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NASA has released a series of new photos taken by its Curiosity rover that appear to show a

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It's just a mineral intrusion in the rock...
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I vote alien booger snot. :alien:
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Wait so mineral in a planet, that has similarities with ours is "amazing" ? Sensationalist news article.

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^ I think they are preparing us for something.

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Looks like the same rock material shown just left / up of the highlighted area. People are looking for something and this reaching out beyond what is right in-front of them.

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We have only scratched the surface
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What flower? What are you talking about? :ninja:

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I vote: A piece of cling-film, obviously left there by Klingons
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Has to be

[img]http://newschoolthoughtsonafrica.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/jurassic-park1.jpg[/img]

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It is clearly part of the rock.

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I have no idea what you're talking about, therefore...

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therefore....
[img]http://assets.diylol.com/hfs/76b/7c2/020/resized/history-channel-alien-guy-meme-generator-aliens-98f63b.jpg[/img]
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could be a fossil of a flower....and why it looks like a rock

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It's a Venus fly trap sprouting.

[url="http://cs.dogpile.com/ClickHandler.ashx?du=http%3a%2f%2fimages.flowers.vg%2f1024x768%2fflytrap03.jpg&ru=http%3a%2f%2fimages.flowers.vg%2f1024x768%2fflytrap03.jpg&ld=20130108&ap=31&app=1&c=info.dogpl&s=dogpile&coi=372380&cop=main-title&euip=64.134.41.201&npp=31&p=0&pp=0&pvaid=3ec0058fbc634038a0f08a8f560db66a&sid=1830193568.3988890770914.1357606090&vid=1830193568.3988890770914.1353088357.344&fcoi=417&fcop=topnav&fpid=27&ep=31&mid=9&hash=79BEE17E1A4034BE07CDB1D6201915B7"][img]http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.4826049448118812&pid=15.1&H=120&W=160[/img] [/url]

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ITT: Crazy Nut Job People :o

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Flowers grow from solid rock?

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^ Mars is not all 'solid rock'.

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Sensationalist article is sensationalist.
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Looks like a Prothean device.
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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1357607394' post='595439378']
It's a Venus fly trap sprouting.

[url="http://cs.dogpile.com/ClickHandler.ashx?du=http%3a%2f%2fimages.flowers.vg%2f1024x768%2fflytrap03.jpg&ru=http%3a%2f%2fimages.flowers.vg%2f1024x768%2fflytrap03.jpg&ld=20130108&ap=31&app=1&c=info.dogpl&s=dogpile&coi=372380&cop=main-title&euip=64.134.41.201&npp=31&p=0&pp=0&pvaid=3ec0058fbc634038a0f08a8f560db66a&sid=1830193568.3988890770914.1357606090&vid=1830193568.3988890770914.1353088357.344&fcoi=417&fcop=topnav&fpid=27&ep=31&mid=9&hash=79BEE17E1A4034BE07CDB1D6201915B7"][img]http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.4826049448118812&pid=15.1&H=120&W=160[/img] [/url]
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Wrong Planet :D
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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1357607394' post='595439378']
It's a Venus fly trap sprouting.

[url="http://cs.dogpile.com/ClickHandler.ashx?du=http%3a%2f%2fimages.flowers.vg%2f1024x768%2fflytrap03.jpg&ru=http%3a%2f%2fimages.flowers.vg%2f1024x768%2fflytrap03.jpg&ld=20130108&ap=31&app=1&c=info.dogpl&s=dogpile&coi=372380&cop=main-title&euip=64.134.41.201&npp=31&p=0&pp=0&pvaid=3ec0058fbc634038a0f08a8f560db66a&sid=1830193568.3988890770914.1357606090&vid=1830193568.3988890770914.1353088357.344&fcoi=417&fcop=topnav&fpid=27&ep=31&mid=9&hash=79BEE17E1A4034BE07CDB1D6201915B7"][img]http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.4826049448118812&pid=15.1&H=120&W=160[/img] [/url]

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A Martian flytrap.

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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1357607394' post='595439378']
It's a Venus fly trap sprouting.

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They found Venus Flytrap on Mars???? Sweet!

[img]http://cincinnati.com/blogs/tv/files/2012/08/Tim-Reid-as-Venus-Flytrap-300x260.jpg[/img]

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I like how there are people on here pretending to know more than NASA.

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Looks like a condom buried in dirt... :huh:
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