Date of photo: Taken March 10, received March 12, 2016
Location of photo:
Photo 1: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/01277/soas/rdr/ccam/CR0_510858550PRC_F0531182CCAM04277L1.JPG
Photo 2: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/01277/soas/rdr/ccam/CR0_510859112PRC_F0531182CCAM04277L1.JPG
Photo 3: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/01277/opgs/edr/ccam/CR0_510858550EDR_F0531182CCAM04277M_.JPG
Before I went looking for this image, I began to think about all those tiny alien figures we have found over the years and wondered if those blue round stones on the ground everywhere were not stones, but skulls of the tiny beings that once lived here. If NASA is right and a giant solar explosion from our sun stripped Mars of its atmosphere and water, then it would have killed all life on Mars surface, leaving only bones. The skulls would be visible, perhaps those blueberries are ancient skulls?
I decided to check out the most current images from Curiosity Rover. It took me less than a minute to come up with the first Remote Micro Imager photo, which by the way, had a skull in it. Three images held this head in the middle. The skull was damaged on its left side, so I took half the skull, flipped it over and made it whole again. The image I reconstructed is at the top of this post. It looks like an alien skull as strange as that sounds.
I think...I think we solved the mystery of the blue berries on Mars, and the answer sounds so horrific. Carl Rogers, the father of the humanistic approach of psychology once said, "the truth will set you free, but first it will hurt like hell."
Scott C. Waring