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Buzz Aldrin discusses a Monolith on Phobos



Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin talks about the future of space exploration and a monolith on Phobos.

   

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Comment icon #23 Posted by Lilly on 15 April, 2012, 19:01
Honestly, it looks like a natural rock formation to me. I think this topic would be better served in the astronomy sub-forum though...on second thought the "Natural World" fits even better.
Comment icon #24 Posted by spud the mackem on 15 April, 2012, 19:50
Comment icon #25 Posted by Lightingbird on 16 April, 2012, 4:37
Very Interesting.
Comment icon #26 Posted by Hartmut on 16 April, 2012, 5:37
Well, I do not think it takes a genius to see all sorts of images in clouds. Likewise, any natural rock formation on any planet or moon can produce whatever ones imagination thinks it is(remember the 'face' on Mars!) Where are the SHARP and undisputable images of any alledged 'real' monolits, alien structures - or live aliens? (and even that is not proof anymore since anything can be 'created' via the computer.)
Comment icon #27 Posted by politically.righteous.. on 19 April, 2012, 20:53
This has already been solved http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mobileweb/2012/04/12/mars-monolith-photograph_n_1420208.html
Comment icon #28 Posted by DBunker on 21 April, 2012, 0:58
Thanks for posting that.... never mind how much I would like it to be something cool like from the movie 2001.
Comment icon #29 Posted by booNyzarC on 21 April, 2012, 1:27
Well wonders never cease. Something useful from the Huffington Post. I hope it turns into a trend.
Comment icon #30 Posted by ZaraKitty on 23 April, 2012, 7:56
Maybe the ancient aliens that visited us as 'Gods' used that monolith as a marker for 'no intelligent life here'. Or it's a rock.
Comment icon #31 Posted by Arbitran on 23 April, 2012, 8:00
Of course it is a rock. Did the gods craft it? I don't know. Could they have? Yes.
Comment icon #32 Posted by Erudite Celt on 28 May, 2012, 22:22
Translate "Monolith" as "Big Boulder". NASA will stop at nothing to secure funding for manned missions.


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