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CI: A Martian 'Centipede'?

From: Mac Tonnies <macbot.nul>
Date: Sat, 6 Mar 2004 21:13:19 -0800 (PST)
Fwd Date: Sun, 07 Mar 2004 11:39:39 -0500
Subject: CI: A Martian 'Centipede'?


Cydonian Imperative
5-6-04

A Martian 'Centipede'?
by Mac Tonnies

http://mactonnies.com/imperative47.html

I'm not a geologist or a biologist. Neither, to my
knowledge, is Richard Hoagland. But both of us
unconditionally agree: the segmented object in the
photo above looks decicedly fossil-like. The problem
is justifying JPL's subsequent grinding away of the
anomaly. If Mars once (or still does) host organisms,
preserving their possible remains for future study
strikes me as both sensible and reponsinble, even if
the current generation of rovers is unable to properly
analyze them.

How confident are we that similar "finds" (assuming
the "centipede" is a fossilized lifeform) will
fortuitously turn up when we eventually -- hopefully
-- make it to Mars in person? Could we have just
casually destroyed evidence of something truly
remarkable?

-end-


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