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Old 07-17-2018, 12:00 AM
Location: PRC
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Maybe this image is not some rock as we know it - look at the crevices and holes in it on the surface.

These are perhaps a giveaway to what the spherules are and maybe they are being birthed in this photo and the stuff they are being birthed from is something hard which can be drilled and sanded by the RAT tool?

Maybe the 'rock' is formed by the fungus from the elements in the Martian air? Similar to coral in the sea on Earth.

The crevice at the bottom left which looks like an arrow head with a long tail has something inside, possibly another birthing body or a stalk?

Only speculation but perhaps someone can shoot down the idea or put up their own?

There is another structure in the center of the image very much like the one they sanded down and destroyed previously.

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