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A selection of Martian landscapes.
Images taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and its HiRISE camera from approximately 300 km above the planet’s surface.
Posted at 09:42 in Science, Travel | Permalink
November 09, 2009 at 10:04
They're keeping the heat rays hidden. They're waiting for dinner to come to them.
November 09, 2009 at 10:19
Picture 2 does look like the very old "bacteria" that grew high towers in very old lakes.
November 09, 2009 at 11:19
They're cloaked, obviously.
carbon based lifeform |
November 09, 2009 at 13:04
They're just going too fast to see.
November 09, 2009 at 13:48
They vibrate at a frequency we can't detect.
November 09, 2009 at 13:55
Picture 2 is definitely an amoeba closing up on its prey. I was wrong about frequency, and jones was wrong about speed. He's right about it being timescale - but they're moving too SLOW for us to notice.
November 09, 2009 at 14:05
And that's got to be the red weed in picture 2...
November 09, 2009 at 14:31
November 09, 2009 at 15:15
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