posted on Sep, 22 2003 @ 03:08 PM
Hmmm, Photoshop and a wild imagination. I work with photoshop every single day at work and I can spot the clone brush a mile off.
btw, the picture of the disappearing hangar is a good example of martian dust storms, I've seen the same pictures on the jpl website. The hangar is
just an illusion of the angle of the light,
The installations of mars image which shows buildings and an object that looks like stonehenge is the result of using a solarize filter in photoshop,
I believe, It does create very similar shapes because of the clipping that occurs of the highest value pixels.
On some of the other pages, he gets so vague that there's just a picture of a random piece of lunar landscape with "An extraterrestrial base"
written beside it. No explanation where or what.
I'm surprised he hasn't got the pictures of the rail system on the moon, I haven't seen those doing the rounds for a few years.