posted on Nov, 3 2014 @ 10:13 PM
So it's not a rock?
And this is said with absolute certainty by people.
So I take it that all these people claiming with absolutely certainty that this isn't a rock, that that isn't a rock, that it's "martian" in
origin, that it's proof of another civilization, etc etc etc, are all highly educated people with the relevant degrees, PHD's, have the relevant
experience in image analysis and all other relevant fields of expertise, to be making this judgement call?
It's one thing to say that in YOUR opinion, it does not look like a rock.
It's another thing to declare that it's absolutely not a rock but proof of an alien civilization.
I can claim it's not a rock as well. But what experience and expertise, training and education do I have to allow me to accurately analyze and
describe what is in that image?
We aren't talking about a photo from something on earth, but a photo from something on another distant planet that we, me and you, have absolutely no
idea about. We have the vaguest ideas about it's basic existence. That's it, because that's all we are taught in school.
We aren't scientists, we aren't experts on Mars. We aren't even experts on our own planet.
Yet nobodies sitting at home in front of their minor personal computer, probably a laptop, are declaring what is and what isn't?
And I'll tell you, all your claims are based on what you WANT it to be. What you wish for and desire and hope for.
A part of all of us wishes there was an intelligent alien species out there that we could make contact with, that we could one day travel to a distant
planet or galaxy, and they to us. And that leads some of us to loose touch with reality.
But hey, nice thread. If you think NASA and the powers that be would allow something that was from an alien civilization to be in a publicly available
image, then hat's off to you.
This from a site that claims that NASA and the CIA have a team of people who digitally edit photos before they release them to the public to hide
evidence of aliens.