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#977 02/16/05 02:19 PM
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A "brick" object was discovered on Mars,
with size about 120x120x20 mm.

What are the chances that such an object was formed by coincidence? They are far less than for 10 lottery drawings in a row, to produce the same numbers.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
PROOF:

1. Chances of a naturally produced rock of about 10x10x3 mm being a rectungular shape, are less than 1/10, we know it from observtions on the Earth and of Mars pictures.
It is a rule of statistical physics, that
p_V2 = p_V1**V2/V1

in out case V2/V1= 120*120*20 / 10*10*3 = 956
p_V2=<1.0e-956

Let us say that every pixel on the 1000000 of Mars pictures could be a rock; it gives N=1.0e+12 rocks

Expected number of rectangular rocks of volume V2 then would be N*p_V2 = 1.0e-944

What it means is that if it were a coincidentally formed rock, then to get the picture of a brick that we have, we would need to photograph Mars about <google in power ten> years in a row, which is still about <google in power ten> times longer than our universe has existed!
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http://qt.exploratorium.edu/mars/spirit/pancam/2005-02-14/2P161074019EFFA300P2519L7M1.JPG

Brick is on the upper left.


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Bubbas see Elvis on the side of trailers. Some lady just sold a famous cheese sandwich that reportedly contained a sacred image.

Neither the number of trailers nor the attempts at crafting greasy bread artforms equal google to a noogle's power but it does prove people will see what they wish to see in the wonderful randomness of nature.

I see a field full of sharpely cut/defined rocks. One looks a little more squarely shaped than the others. A brick? Hard to say that. Proof of a Martian civilization? A even greater leap of faith. I would think a number of scientist on the Mars Rover team would cut off some very personal parts of their anatomy to gain proof of life beyond the mundane. And if it is a conspiracy of silence, why even post the picture?

I truely wished we would find evidence of some intelligent life forms, on earth or elsewhere.

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I would think a number of scientist on the Mars Rover team would cut off some very personal parts of their anatomy to gain proof of life beyond the mundane.
There is no such thing as a "scientist on the Mars Rover team".
The idiots have outsourced everything to degenerates - believe it or not laugh

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this is what a pair of the "degenerates" are planning on publishing for peer review (according to the article)

http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/mars_life_050216.html

Microbal life, maybe could poop some bricks. We get accused of doing it all the time. ahhhhahah

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Originally posted by danno might:
this is what a pair of the "degenerates" are planning on publishing for peer review http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/mars_life_050216.html
This is still lies:
they have their shity article in peer review for more than half a year.
When eventually they will crack down and admit inevitable, the truth, all sorts of geniuses will come out of the woodwork, claiming that they submited articles about life and civilization on Mars, which were in "peer review"

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......life and civilization on Mars,
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FORGET ABOUT THE 'BRICK'
TAKE ANOTHER LOOK...BOTTOM OF THE PICTURE, CENTER

YES, ITS A HUMAN OR ANIMAL SKULL !!!
COMPLETE WITH, EYE SOCKETS, NOSE AND MOUTH !!!

THERES YOUR PROOF !!!! smile cool wink laugh smile


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Quote:
Originally posted by Mike Kremer:
....HUMAN OR ANIMAL SKULL
Good observation , pal.

If you like skulls, go see them on my website:
http://mywebpages.comcast.net/extrasense

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Extrasense ... what are the chances you have any at all?

1/0 = ?


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Extrasense ... what are the chances you have any at all?
1/0 = ?
Whatever was your intent, this clearly shows that you math skills are ZERO

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Ok ES, i actually visited your webpage, and now i finally get it. You crack me up! laugh


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Originally posted by Johan:
Ok ES, i actually visited your webpage, and now i finally get it. You crack me up!
Glad to be of service

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Originally posted by DA Morgan:
Extrasense ... what are the chances you have any at all?
1/0 = ?
Whatever was your intent, this clearly shows that you math skills are ZERO

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Whereas your chances of having any intellect at all are irrational and cause an error in any calculator ever made, unless you can find proof that these so-called mars life forms have found a way to divide a whole number by zero.

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Do you young gentlepersons object to an old scientist posting on your board? I have not much to do and enjoy reading the posts by extrasense.

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Post away! The more the merrier! We might even get a genuine topic related to Science from time to time. Please, feel free to hold forth. What might be your field(s) of expertise?

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