Is this the skull bone of a Martian?
It does appear to possess features that we can associate with a skull or animal carapace, don't you think? And this image does come to us courtesy of NASA and the Mars Curiosity Rover.
You've got to at least admit that, whatever this is, it looks totally out-of-place when compared to the soil and rocks, that surround it. Compare the bone-like colour and surface texture of this object to everything else you see here.
This object is screaming MARTIAN ANOMALY (!) at us. Surely it warrants further investigation by NASA. And, if you check out the regularly placed (and spaced) white dots (drill marks?) above the 'right eyebrow ridge' of our 'Martian Skull' it would appear that NASA may have done precisely that. But they aren't telling us anything.
It would seem that - with the plethora of anomalous objects being uncovered by the Mars Rover Curiosity - things are getting: as Alice said, "Curiouser and curiouser," on the Red Planet these days. And, if our Martian Skull Bone wasn't weird enough for you, how about a Blue Ball?
Yes my friends, some ancient Martian lost his Blue Ball.
As you can see here, though, the Blue Ball isn't perfectly spherical. In fact, it looks a little squashed at the poles, like most planets. Hmm. But what no one can deny here is that this object has to be of enormous interest to all concerned. What IS this? What is it made of? How did it come to be this shape? These are the questions that come rushing to my mind. How about yours? Don't you want to know what this is?
Another pertinent question, we could ask here, would be: 'Does NASA want to know what this is?' Or, perhaps even more pertinently: 'Does NASA want us to know what this is?'
My friends, we need to ask these questions - and keep on asking these questions – because NASA owes American taxpayers the answers.
NASA, it's time to pay the piper.
Many thanks to NASA JPL for making these images available.
Skull Bone (my definition):
Blue Ball (my definition):