posted on Feb, 4 2004 @ 01:41 PM
Just a comment that the Mars pictures seem to be very much like the recent war in Iraq. Everyone (with the media) got to be in the war. And with the
Mars photos...everyone is trying to find that "discovery" and be a scientist.
I am not trying to hamper anyone or "bash" anyone by saying this. Just offering an opinion.
But I wonder, why spend time analyzing every pixel? Every day I see posts about people finding "artifacts", "ufos", "alien creatures", etc, etc.
Every single time I see a photo, all I see are rocks, dust, more rocks, and more dust. There are lens flares, bad lighting, and under/over exposures.
In 99% of what I see...people seem to see what they want. I find it hard to believe when someone says "hey, look a building with a pool and they have
christmas lights on the structure and a skylight in the top" and then you look and see a square rock or blob.
Just had to add my two pennies.
Keep looking if you must, but I have yet to see anything close to a smoking gun.
In fact, I have never seen the smoke or the gun in a single photo.