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Mystery 'monolith' spotted on Mars

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MacShrike

Ls,

Well, monolith sjmonolith.

How about its just some kind of impact splinter residue. That would explain why it would reaccur on Mars itself.

What impact? Well... just take a quick look at phobos I could be mistaken but if you look carefully you can just see a small impact crater.

On the other hand, I find the 'giant hole found on phobos' suspiciously round.

Could it be an old alien excavation site? Perhaps its a asteroid type ship that has been left in mars orbit. The hole is the engine exhaust. The mind boggles.

Dont get me wrong. I eat Sci-fi for breakfast. Lets just go there and check it out! =)

phobos-portrait.jpg

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HerNibs

That picture reminded me of this...

sandw.jpg

SANDWORMS OF MOON!!

Nibs

*needs sleep*

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MacShrike

OMG! OMG! OMG!

Its the carcass of a space sandworm!

How could I have overlooked that!

=)

Beautifull cover that is. Had never seen that one.

Is that an audiobook on vinyl?

*just woke up in the afternoon myself*

That picture reminded me of this...

sandw.jpg

SANDWORMS OF MOON!!

Nibs

*needs sleep*

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Dumbledore the Awesome

I saw they had the complete Dune troligy in a local book store for only £7.99 of our money. That doesn't seem bad value. I hope they've still got it next time I go in, but I doubt it. Still, there's also one about vampires that might do instead.*

*No, not Twilight.

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HerNibs

I saw they had the complete Dune troligy in a local book store for only £7.99 of our money. That doesn't seem bad value. I hope they've still got it next time I go in, but I doubt it. Still, there's also one about vampires that might do instead.*

*No, not Twilight.

NEVER TWILIGHT.

I have all the Dune books. Even those I don't like. :)

Which vampire books?

Nibs

OMG! OMG! OMG!

Its the carcass of a space sandworm!

How could I have overlooked that!

=)

Beautifull cover that is. Had never seen that one.

Is that an audiobook on vinyl?

*just woke up in the afternoon myself*

:) No idea where the picture came from, I just did a quick GIS and it popped up.

Nibs

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MacShrike

Ls,

I would suggest the Hyperion series by Dan Simmons if you havent read them already.

Its a quadrology(does that word exits?)

Never read the Dune series, just saw the movie flick.

We are digressing from the topic at hand a bit:

Was there intelligent life on mars or is eating them just causing cavities.

My guess is that if there ever was any and they migrated to earth when it cooled; making us their offspring.

There never was intelligent life on Mars to begin with.

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Dumbledore the Awesome

I don't remember what it was called, it was about a Count in the Carpathians who falls in with a psychic who was in hiding after helping track down a serial kiler. It didn't actually say he was a vampire, but if he's a Count, most of all if he's in the Carpathians, it seems a fairly safe rule of thumb.

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