I always thought it would be more likely that we found evidence of aliens in 
the traces they left behind when they visited.

 Think about it, the solar system has been here for 4 billion years-ish and 
life has only appeared on Earth in any complexity in the last 500 million or so 
and none of the lifeforms in all that time, would have known they were looking 
at an alien if it landed in front of them. That sort of specialised knowledge 
is the preserve of humans- or other specifically intelligent entities, of which 
there are none on this planet and never have been on Mars - so if a wandering 
alien species had visited the solar system and landed on Earth or Mars in all 
the time they have been here it's highly unlikely we humans would have 
encountered them, so we are far more likely to find traces of their craft as 
they landed or footprints as they strolled about taking photos.

 I don't think this is that though, the round bit next to the mark is nothing 
significant, but the cross shape I would say, is an imprint of a robot arm 
screw or some such. It's the most likely explanation because there just happens 
to be a probe from Earth built using that sort of technology right next to it!

  Bit tricky to avoid the accusation of contamination here, but I live in hope 
that we find evidence of alien life somewhere though....


---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <jr_esq@...> wrote :

 Evidence show that it was a valve imprint of some kind that became petrified.  
That means millions of years ago there was a technological civilization that 
used this device on the surface of Mars.

 This would lead to many speculations about how that civilization ended,  and 
was it able to send spaceships here on earth for colonization.

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