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Curiosity Rover: Cat Statue Found On Mars?

Curiosity Rover: Cat Statue Found On Mars?

by January 21, 2015 0 comments

You can’t argue with obsessive weirdos, you can only hear what they have to say and take it with a grain of salt. That goes for illuminati conspiracists, Star Wars nerds, 9/11 truthers, and people with too much time on their hands.

Not anybody over here at CyberPot, though.

Scientists have been using the Mars Curiosity Rover in hopes of finding water or microbial life on Mars. Surely, they hope to find humanoid or intelligent life as well, but that’s more of a “don’t hold your breath” and “rub your lucky rabbit’s paw” kind of a dream. However, back down here on planet earth, we have mouth-breathing basement dwellers staying vigilant, in order to make sure they miss no opportunities to prove or disprove a phenomenon. Utilizing confirmation bias (something the internet, is quite rich in), in order to prove their point.

This week the rover took images of what seem to be normal rock formations, but YouTuber UFOvni2012, amongst others, have been saying that there is something more significant about the rocks. UFOvni2012 claims that the formation is actually an ancient cat statue.

Of course, if you spend enough time on the internet eventually everything becomes cat related.

Here’s the image of discussion:

(Inquisitr)

Doesn’t look like much. BUT WAIT! What if you draw lines all over the image?

Mars_Curiosity_Rover_cat1-670x414

 

Still kinda looks like a heap of rocks, but with more angles.

Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon, which causes folks to see images in objects and patterns, which are likely not there. An example is the classic Jesus grilled cheese.

Mmm-mmm, that delicious butter fried Body of Christ!

Here’s the video which attempt to convince you that the Mars rock heap was some sort of statue:

What do you think? Real or bullshit?

[Via Inquisitr]

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