Mars Has Crabs!

August 2, 2017 12:23 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Well, okay maybe not “crabs” but I suspect that something is crawling around on Mars and it doesn’t look like bunny rabbits either. I believe this only due to some recent evidence that I have discovered. Out of respect for the scientific community and NASA themselves, I held back on presenting this information to anyone for a while. I also didn’t want to scream “Conspiracy!” either when there was a good chance that many others may come forth with this data as well (which would only make me look like some wannabe). But despite all of my efforts to give someone else the benefit of the doubt, I have yet to see any mention of this discovery anywhere. So let’s look at it now.

For the time being, let’s forget about all of the other images and data that have been brought up over the past several years pertaining to possible life on Mars. I just want to focus on one set of images that were taken by the Mars Opportunity Rover and uploaded on 2017-05-25 to the //qt.exploratorium.edu archives (specifically this URL).

Let’s focus on these two images:

Using the comparison slider below, grab the handle with your mouse and slide it left and right to review each of the two images. As you do this, you will notice that a lot of things change location on the images but most of this is simply due to the fact that camera angle changes depending on whether you are viewing the image taken with the left cam or with the right cam. But one particular item in these images moves a little bit differently. See if you can spot it in the slider below.

In order to help you out a bit, I will go ahead and circle the object that I am referring to. But don’t worry, if you are still in doubt that this is simply the act of the camera angle changing, I will be going into some more analytical detail on this soon.

If in fact, NASA was trying to hide life on Mars, it’s very easy to see how this object could be missed. At first glance, it simply appears as if the object is changing position due to the perception of the camera angles in respect to the fact that these images are taken by a left and right camera on the rover. I even missed it myself the first several times that I reviewed this image. This is to say that I always go back and re-review old images in case I miss anything. But something different stood out in these two images when I went back over them. Let me explain.

I used some false colors in order to provide a better perspective of the items that are around the moving object (such as rocks, hills and other types of debris) in respect to the moving object’s surroundings. This way I can keep track of camera angle perspectives in my peripheral vision while viewing one particular object at a time. I demonstrate that here.

Now…

If you were unable to see it before, certainly you should be able to see it now. The moving object (highlighted in red), even though the camera angle is changing, should not be moving left and right as far as it is relative to the items highlighted in green. And despite the fact that this should be obvious, I decided to triangulate the position of the falsely colored background objects in order to provide a more three-dimensional perspective of those objects. See below.

As you can clearly see, by drawing this imaginary string into the image using known stationary objects as a guide, the red object moves inside of the triangulated area. Furthermore, the object highlighted in red seems to be snuggly positioned next to the larger green highlighted debris after moving inside of that area (in the second image) but it was nowhere near the object in the first image… which is not even possible whether the camera angles change or not if that were a stationary object.

Of course, the original position of this moving object may be reversed depending on which camera took the photo first but, either way, that makes no difference.

But now that we have proven that this object is in fact moving (and not an illusion as a result of camera angles), what else could it be?

Is it debris being moved by the wind?

Well, even though Mars is known to have wind (due to the many dust devils that have been photographed), I sincerely doubt this is the case in this image. I considered that at first. However, these points must be considered.

  1. There seems to me no other movement around the object to suggest wind (such as dust flying around that is often seen in other photos on Mars).
  2. The object has an apparent shadow casting to the left. If this were wind blowing the object and the wind was not blowing any other debris in the photo, this object would have to be light enough to change position in such a way that it would not just appear as a heavier object being scooted along the ground to an alternate position. The image and shadow would show signs of moving upward or flipping as a result of wind hitting a lighter object. However, the object and its shadow remain consistent with a steady moving object that is moving either of its own will or as the result of having wheels on a smooth service. But since this is not a smooth surface, it must have legs.
  3. This object would be least likely to be affected by wind than any object closer to the camera due to the fact that it is up next to rocks and shielded by any possible winds that may be moving it to the position of left or right. If the wind were moving toward the camera, it would also be shielded by the rocks. If the wind were moving away from the camera, the object would not be moving left or right but simply more toward the rocks.
  4. Even if the wind was strong enough to move this object left or right and did not affect any other debris, what else is on Mars other than rocks or dirt?

Is It A Crab?

Honestly, there is no way to really tell. However, I simply stated that it was a crab in the Title for three reasons.

  1. Ya gotta admit… that was just funny.
  2. Crabs would have a more likely chance of surviving on Mars than most other life forms I can think of.
  3. There are actually signs of the possible existence of crabs. {giggity}

Survival:

Some of the very first images transmitted back from the surface of Mars consisted of many little blueberries sized pellets that are often defined as “…an example of a geological process called concretion that occurs when minerals separate from water and become hard masses inside sedimentary blocks which eventually erode.”

Now I did my research. Let’s have a look at some common examples of concretion here on earth.

Now let’s compare these to the concretion photographed on Mars…

And now let’s looks at these little sand pellets created by the Sand bubbler crab

Compared:

So when you compare the 3 sets of images, you can see that the pellets photographed on Mars are only similar to concretion because they are round. But concretions display other characteristics such as being various shapes and even hollow or layered. Not to mention the fact that, even here on earth, it is very hard to find such numerous amounts of small blueberry shaped concretions like those on Mars. But sand pellets created by crabs is not uncommon at all. And those sand pellets are generally all small smooth blueberry shaped pellets.

It’s inarguably true that if there was life on Mars, it would be so minimal that about the only possible animals that could survive are those of which can survive off of the tiny microbial life that may still exist or reproduce in moist areas of the ground (which is how the Sand Bubbler Crab feeds by filtering the sand for food and expelling the sand in the form of small blueberry shaped pellets). And there is currently no debate that Mars does have layers of ice and liquid water just inches below its surface.

NASA Confirms Evidence That Liquid Water Flows on Today’s Mars

Could this be its mommy?

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