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Thigh Bone In NASA Photo Of Mars Terrain

Wednesday, August 20, 2014 15:01
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This photograph was taken by NASA Curiosity onboard MastCam.   UFO Blogger believes the object resembles a thigh bone. 

 

 

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  • Gil Carlson

    Sure looks like a thighbone to me. And below it almost looks like a jawbone with sockets for teeth. To the right of the thighbone are some some objects that look like thin hollow bones. Then there are objects that look like cement. Very odd, and even more odd that NASA didn’t airbrush these before they were released.

    These are the folks that go out of their way to make sure they don’t see an alien!

    The Blue Planet Project is one of the most influential documents about alien biological entities and space technology in our history.
    http://www.blue-planet-project.com/

  • Damien

    The first earthling in space seems to have an exploding dinosaur! :shock:

  • Kona

    Normally I think these life on Mars people are kinda nuts but this does look like a bone……..strange stuff.

  • Anonymous

    sample it

  • somejackball

    looks like more smaller bone fragments nearby.. looks like someone or something had a severe accident, or was victim of some sort of explosion, or maybe meteor strike? no telling.. :neutral:

  • Anonymous

    The image in question is highly unusual. The artifact does appear to be a thigh bone, but what I find more intriguing is that the artifact rests at the upper edge of an area of ground that appears to have been disturbed. Some of the rocks within the disturbed area appear to have been fractured with possibly an excavation tool. Also of interest is that there are four or five locations within the disturbed area where the finer sandy soil appears to be falling into subsurface voids. It can be said that the appearance of the fragmented disturbed area does not in anyway correspond to the appearance of the surrounding ground surface. Did NASA operatives controlling Curiosity disturb the site using a excavation apparatus? If this was indeed the scenario, I can imagine their surprise when they began excavating around an artifact of interest and what appears to be a thighbone was lifted to the surface. With a background in criminal field forensics, if this site were encountered on earth, say in the Mojave Desert, all indications would suggest a potential gave site. Many questions are raised, whose answers we will never be privy to.

  • djfxw

    @ Gill that “concreate” reminds me of petrified wood!

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