posted on Feb, 25 2017 @ 09:34 PM
NoCorruptionAllowed said to KansasGirl:
The images themselves should grab an interest in those who are interested enough to check them out. Just view them and zoom in and study them for
awhile, which is what you have to do to become accustomed to really looking with a purpose. If people refuse to even do the basics then it probably
isn't a subject they should spend time doing. Most of these images, if not all of them have anomalies all over the place. Some are quite glaringly
visible and many more are more subtle but will begin to stand out when you get used to looking hard and seriously at them. Just having access to these
is a huge gift by itself without the OP needing to do everything. That would be like you having your neighbor over for dinner and tell him/her they
need to go buy all the groceries for it too and even cook it as well
Total and complete Thumbs down to you, man. You don't know that I DIDN'T do all you suggested....in fact, I did! That's what I meant about the
minutes I can't get back. I spent a good 20+ minutes doing EXACTLY what you suggested, and I did not see any anomalies.
Which IS WHY I ASKED FOR SOME HELP AS TO CLUES ABOUT WHAT I SHOULD BE LOOKING FOR.
So stuff it, please. If this is a thread ONLY open to expert and experienced moon anomaly identifiers, then there should be a disclaimer. So sorry I
offended your expert sensibilities with my plain dumb-dumb brain.
edit on 25-2-2017 by KansasGirl because: (no reason given)