Lost In My Mind

Do you see what I see?

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anythingufo:

Mars Curiosity Rover Photographs A Femur Bone?

The Mars Curiosity Rover Photographs another strange object that looks very similar to a femur bone.

The Curiosity Rover has captured many unexplained images since it’s been deployed on Mars on August 6, 2012. Some of these object included UFO, beams of light, small animals, a moving rock, and a toy boat. 

This time the Rover may have photographed a femur bone that resembles that of a human but slightly different. Could this be a femur bone of one of our alien relatives?

Read more as we compare this bone with a human femur.

Looks like a rock

Insert picture of “aliens meme” here

Those sure are some rocks.

tactical-tacos:

maxlibertarios:

anythingufo:

Mars Curiosity Rover Photographs A Femur Bone?

The Mars Curiosity Rover Photographs another strange object that looks very similar to a femur bone.

The Curiosity Rover has captured many unexplained images since it’s been deployed on Mars on August 6, 2012. Some of these object included UFO, beams of light, small animals, a moving rock, and a toy boat.

This time the Rover may have photographed a femur bone that resembles that of a human but slightly different. Could this be a femur bone of one of our alien relatives?

Read more as we compare this bone with a human femur.

Looks like a rock

Insert picture of “aliens meme” here

Those sure are some rocks.

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antikythera-astronomy:

The most remarkable things happen when you push the laws of physics to their extremes. Such a place where this happens is space:
Far away in the Gliese star system is a Neptune-sized planet called Gliese 436 b. This world is covered in ice that burns constantly at 822.2˚ Fahrenheit (439˚ C).
The reason why the water doesn’t liquify and then turn into steam is due to the massive gravity of the planet - it exerts so much force on the water that the atoms are bound tightly together as a solid.


Wut.

antikythera-astronomy:

The most remarkable things happen when you push the laws of physics to their extremes. Such a place where this happens is space:

Far away in the Gliese star system is a Neptune-sized planet called Gliese 436 b. This world is covered in ice that burns constantly at 822.2˚ Fahrenheit (439˚ C).

The reason why the water doesn’t liquify and then turn into steam is due to the massive gravity of the planet - it exerts so much force on the water that the atoms are bound tightly together as a solid.

Wut.

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