My initial article on the Mars Metronome object as created much controversy with approximately 43% of people polled so far agreeing that the Metronome object is artificial. I have discussed my opinion on various science forums. People have many arguments against the artificiality of the Metronome, but when the 10 key observations are assessed as a whole there doesn’t seem to be any counterargument that holds much weight.
So onto the next anomalous finding …
Many people consider the following 2 features (found in images taken by the Curiosity Mars Rover) to resemble rodents scurrying across a rock face. This is mainly because of the shape of the objects and the tail-looking features protruding from one side. The image below is the image that anomaly hunters first used to identify these objects.
My opinion is that these are unlikely to be rodent-type creatures due to the thin CO2 atmosphere and high radiation levels. They are validly identified as anomalous though because of the tail-like protrusions facing right.
A search for additional photos of the objects yielded the following images of the scene showing the objects from other angles. The additional photos add more context to the objects and helps to identify any imaging artifacts, but doesn’t reveal the secret of the objects’ identity. The larger object (because it has much more detail) is discussed below.
It is an irregular ellipsoid type surface with rod shaped structures pointed out one side. It has a dial-like structure (resembling the dial from old telephone). Basically to me the shape looks like a sweet potato with rods sticking out the back and a telephone dial on top. As to what it actually is: your guess is as good as mine. What I do know is that its hard to dismiss this as being a rock.
The smaller mouse-like object for comparison
Animations of the objects using clippings from the original images
Links to the NASA originals
The title is a reference to the animated series Biker Mice From Mars which aired on TV during the 1990′s.
Weight of Evidence according to alienstudy.com: 2 out of 5 (Strange)