NASA’s Curiosity rover has been exploring Mars since 2012 and has made various unusual and attention-grabbing discoveries. The latest of those being a rock that many Twitter customers have claimed seems to be like a dildo.
Currently exploring the Gale Crater, the rover information photos of Martian geology. Some of those photographs have been made accessible to the general public – which is how freelance house author Paul Scott Anderson made the weird discovery.
Anderson’s tweet concerning the rock instantly started making waves on Twitter, the place folks started to submit what they thought the rock regarded like.
I acknowledge that – it is a Martian feminine pleasure gadget – will need to have been dropped (not by me 😏)
— Your Inter-Galactic Friend (@MilkyWayFriend1) February 15, 2022
Although some weren’t as satisfied that the rock regarded like a dildo, however slightly a excessive heel or a shoe horn.
That’s an alien excessive heel 👠 ✌👽
— Ivan Salazar (@EMP_Wrecker) February 15, 2022
A Martian shoehorn! Now at the least we all know the form of their foot.🤣😂
— Drew Williamson 🇨🇦 (@DrewWilliamson4) February 15, 2022
Conversation rapidly turned to precisely how the rock had shaped – and why does it look so clean? One potential reply is the truth that scientists consider that Mars was as soon as house to water.
Billions of years in the past the planet was house to crater lakes, and when these craters have been full the water would spill over and carve the valleys that may now be seen on the planet’s floor.
If the rock got here from a crater lake or a river it may have been eroded over billions of years.
Either that, or the Martians simply wish to get their rocks off.
Strangely, after posting about this discovery, Anderson acquired a stop and desist letter from NEO NFT – an organization claiming that they personal the picture of the rock as an NFT, regardless of the picture being made publicly available by NASA.
Somehow, even with all of the speak of alien intercourse toys and shoe horns, that is maybe probably the most weird of responses to Anderson’s tweet.
The letter despatched by NEO NFT claims that they’ve ‘reserved all rights to the Rock’ and ask that Anderson ‘delete all reminants [sic] of rocks’. They additionally warn that the doc can’t be shared with authorities as that’s ‘snitching’.
I had far more responses to my Mars rock tweet than I anticipated. But this one must be the funniest/stupidest. Um, it’s a uncooked public NASA picture straight from the Curiosity picture archive. These guys additionally “promote NFTs that offer you mining rights to near-Earth asteroids.” 🙄😅 pic.twitter.com/GDk5b9YeX6
— Paul Scott Anderson (@paulsanderson) February 16, 2022
NEO NFT declare to ‘promote NFTs that offer you mining rights to near-Earth asteroids’ and the rights to alien intercourse toys apparently.
The picture will possible keep up on Anderson Twitter and elsewhere seeing because it NASA’s public picture library, and never truly owned by NEO NFT.