Ultimate proofs. There's life on mars

I'm totally convenced. It's a fact for me: The life in mars is real. I have studied more than official 5000 pictures from the MOC camera, and I'm sure now. I recommend you save the pictures and watch using zoom.

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/s05_s10/full_gif_non_map/S07/S0702331.gif

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/s05_s10/full_gif_non_map/S09/S0900445.gif

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/r10_r15/full_gif_non_map/R10/R1001497.gif

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/m07_m12/nonmaps/M08/M0800063.gif

Finally, I don't know what's this type of life, but I'm sure they aren't rocks.

Pd: I have hundreds of better pictures.

Beautiful images indeed. Unfortunately there is no proof of life there. Could life be involved in some way, maybe.

People believe they see, and therein lies the problem.

People perceive, and the best you can hope for is to perceive truly. To do this you need to understand what is true and false.
That will come in time.

Fred

If there aren't life in the pictures, what are there?.

Ice and dunes with dust. The H2O ice can mix with CO2 ice and result in explosive displays and patterns. Could life be involved, maybe, but we would be hard pressed to find it with Earth eyes.

One day your spirit will travel the Universe at the, “Speed of thought.” Look inside yourself to get the answer.

Fred

At only an increase of about 8 times in volume, the actual sublimation should be quite gentle, fred.
I was convinced we could view the processes as state changes at one time, but have serious doubts about the simple explanations myself now.
I prefer to make slow additions in information as confirmed, point to point, but these are a relatively unexplained set of conditions and items of colorful and localized conduct, giving little evidence of darkening due to a simple state change.

In the first MOC gallery image, the dark spots are most all mounds, not depressions. They have been irradiated and blown by swinging wind temps. all year(2 years), and now the action is on the near and far sides of mounds. There is also a ring of darkness around many of these mounds.
The mounds are a result of either knobby residual removal along the left to right channel, or a upwelling or pingo type ascent in elevation. The MOC images carry too little detail to make good judgements on many items. I would always refer to HiRISE imaging now, but that is a new source of information this new century.
I hope for more detailing of Mars with another satellite, but we have seen the social problems become the dominating political decision wielding forces lately.

There is a shaded characteristic to the left side of most all the dark spots. The sunlight would cast a shadow on that side. The wind is a follow along in direction in the same orientation, so, the dark shadows are from either the wind, or both wind and sunlight casting of shadow. There are breaks in the dark spots at sharp divisions where fault type lines interrupt the surface aged ripple patterns on the lower elevation and more textural 'flats'.
These items are as prolific in the lowest and denser levels as the smoother, more recent and looser slopes. The dark spots are larger generally in the intermediary slope runs which are exposures of layer edges. There are no substantial dark linear formation following layers viewable.

I made these observation as the very contrasty scene of bright and dark features is not informational when viewed in the image as it is issued. We see gross variation, not information on activity and surface textures.

What is not seen in part is the stable ripples across the dark areas. The alterations in these images are different from the polar dunes images of the HiRISE JP2's. The size scale prevents careful assessment of any but the largest features, in meters range.

The higher elevation on the far right has few large developed dark spots. Those spots that are viewable are small, and reasonably equally distributed by positions. The upper elevation shows a population of small dark spots with large bright extended domains.
fred is correct in that the scale is wrong for viewing items of life. Only a population would be viewed well.
Are the patterns showing what has been claimed as an 'upward migration/movement of dust'?
Are any fans, or Araneiform items viewed here?

Have persons been freed to use and alter for closer viewing these MSSS MOC images?
Can I show details about these here?
Is Malin or are others sitting on the copy claims as yet?

To correct myself, the Earth type slabs of manufactured CO2 'dry ice' sublimate quite gently, except in a liquid bath(water) or a solid/semi-solid mass such as water ice and dust particulate dunes, possibly. The difference here to there is very scaled and not the same at all. I should be more careful in my thoughts about this. I have made vents and casings to try the process here on Earth, but never with a dust/ice solid matrix mix, so, I cannot say with any true experience about Mars.

I have been watching the Araneiform closeup, and there is a process of slab ice exuding from the core units, in layers at times, and the effect may be a equivalent oil well throttling system with restriction vent casing developments. That is the appearance, as many thin layers surround, and often are sourced at the core vent/sources.
I hesitate to call it 'life' or a sublimation simple action.
Curiously I once owned a gas/oil restriction valve, and the sizes are similar for that industry and some viewed surface vents. Hint, deep not surface venting, possibly.
These do not resemble vents in the first image on the link list.

Thanks to your complete analysis, Dana Johnson. I'll summarize in only one sentece: There are things which NASA and science haven't properly explained.

Try to explain this one:
http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/m07_m12/maps/M08/M0804688.gif

Or this one:

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/e01_e06/full_gif_non_map/E05/E0502228.gif

It's a different angle...

Or this one...

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/e07_e12/full_gif_non_map/E10/E1000944.gif

Wonderfull


Reasonable Doubts, you brought up a realy interesting topic :-)
Try to get HiRISE close-ups (MGS: about 7m/Pixel vs HiRISE 25cm/Pixel) of the areas you find interesting - the MGS images are published with latitude/longitude data which you can search in the HiRISE website

One example of HiRISE close-ups of Dark Dune Spots (DDS) on Mars is this:

http://i684.photobucket.com/albums/vv202/marsphotojournal/ESP_012873_1075_REDQLOOKJP2_senke_0.jpg

I agree with Dana: the spots appears to be mounds of some sort actualy.

Thank You!!.

Im agree with you two: the spots appears to be mounds of some sort actualy. The key is the dimensions of these strange spots.

But now, Im not satisfied with Hirise's photos. I think lots of them have been changed by NASA (colouring, volumes...). Now, I'm only studying the great photos made by MOC Angle Camera between 2000 and 2005. I study 30 or 40 pics day by day since 2009. They are really good. I have saved more than 500 "special" pictures.

I think one of the most important keys of the evidences are in the "Richardson dunes", in south Pole (into a big crater). Try to study the differences between the different seasons. It's something surprising. Look at this picture.

http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/r03_r09/full_gif_non_map/R07/R0700256.gif

Wow, great image. That is the first time I have been able to appreciate the transparency of CO2 ice.

Fred

Fred, CO2 ice (dry ice) is not visualy transparent but maybe for the red wavelengths to heat up things below on Mars.

example slabs of dry ice:
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e7/Trockeneis.jpg

Here is a link that a fellow microbiologist sent me yesterday concerning time lapse images from the phoenix MI instrument. Very compelling images don't you think ??
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhfSjJeQf58

DM

¡Thank you, Noel!. Great link!. Im trying to research the pictures in the video, but i can't find them. Anybody help me?, please.

Uh oohhhh!

Reasonable Doubts; Check out the Phoenix discussion on this blog. Images were made mainly by horton and there was a lot of discussion on them. I think the consensus was that they were beautiful martian minerals and the impression of movement was due to movement of the sample holder transmitted to the sample. The actual time between "frames" was fairly considerable.

Winston

Indeed, it would be awesome if we could find life or past life on Mars. We can be pretty sure that there never has been macrobiotic life there. We also have good reason to believe that there is no microbiotic life there.