Not the interesting part
has an article about one of NASA's pictures from Mars. Somebody claims to see running water in the picture. Could be, but it looks more like sand blown into streamlines behind the rock structure.
The rock structure
is the interesting part! Look at all those cylinders. These limestone
rocks were either placed by an intelligent "hand" (like a honeycomb); or formed as shells by some cylindrical creature that later died (like coral). I can't imagine a pure mineral process forming so many definite cylinders. If you saw this pattern on Earth, you'd instantly assume it was the ruins of an old forge or stone oven.
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