posted on Dec, 5 2018 @ 06:31 AM
a reply to: JimOberg
It's interesting and this is a break from the doom and gloom as well as the miserable politics threads.
Now you may know that I am a believer in artificiality on both the moon's surface and upon mars as well as some sites under our own oceans (north
west of Cuba for example).
But in this case this does just look like a rock to me, cool almost perfect right angle shadow though and from that angle it almost look's like
metallic debris with a smaller distorted rectilinear feature on it's left atop it.
But Blain91555's image put's the top hat on it for me (THOUGH his image does seem to show a definite SQUARE section in the center of the object - I
wonder could it be a crystalline formation?), it does just appear to be a weird accumulation of rocky debris - if a bit square even from the side on,
perhaps a soft impacted body the remains' of either an other asteroid or even left over from an out gassing during this asteroid's own formation.
But then again I am convinced that NASA has in the past occluded object's they imaged using air brushing techniques and of course today they could
easily have real time digital occlusion technology's which may be nearly or actually undetectable and then there was the case of Walter Cronkite and
the Building on the moon with his broadcast then being cut abruptly.
But if this was an artifact and remember that even with my own believe in the subject for there to be sufficient such artifacts around the solar
system for us to stumble upon them regularly then they would really have had to have gotten around quite a bit - of course if they mined the asteroid
belt (perhaps millions or even billions of years ago) then there WOULD be traces and perhaps such traces would be fairly readily found among the
larger rock's, left over equipment, technology's which they simply threw away as we sometimes' did in the past with old oil rig's.
Still I am going to assume this is a rock for now, of course the rectilinear form's could also be evidence of poor occlusion techniques having been
used to hide something else?.