posted on Apr, 8 2009 @ 12:53 AM
Here are two to start:
1. Claritas Fossae close-up view, looking east
See object suspended over ‘crater’ referred to in my posting. Then zoom out, go to the plain, homogenous looking area about 4 – 5 inches to the
right on your screen, zoom in, and look for the smear strokes where something was blurred out. There is no way that is natural. Thanks to Bill for
One poster remarked that the ESA photos look rendered. I believe this one is entirely rendered over.
Zoom in for ‘brush’ effects in upper center and elsewhere. If these are drifting effects the wind blows in a lot of strange directions at once!
Also, anomalies visible in lower left corner, including protruding white object picking up light in what appears to be a dark shaded area.
Look at the ‘stitching’ along the edges of the flat mesa in the upper left – the one that has a crater in the middle. Zoom in on the
‘stitching’ and you will see that they are ‘corkscrews’ with regular, slanted grooves. These appear to be painted to disguise what is
Look at the fogginess near the top of the dark area, just to the left of center of the photo, and a bit below center. Is there fog on Mars? Black
fog? I believe it is rendered.
At the center of the top margin when you are fully zoomed out, there is a small black line. If you zoom in you can see a 90 degree corner just to the
right of it. This appears to be a fogged over building.
An inch or so to the right of that structure on your monitor is a perfect circle on a snowed over structure, that is perpendicular to the ground
Now zoom out, start at the bottom right corner and come in along the bottom margin, about a third of the width of the photo. Look for a small crater
near the edge of the ‘mesa’. Just to the left of the crater is a weird structure that reflects light. It has an arm that sticks out to the left
– seemingly into space. It appears unnatural in shape.
Look carefully at some of the ‘rocks’ near the bottom margin left of center. Some appear to be complex structures. There is a big one that
stands alone. It has a section with a perfect square and at least one other 90 degree corner section. Remember the scale. If these are rocks, and
some of them clearly aren’t, they are the size of large buildings.
There are a number of anomalies in the dark area if you zoom in. There is a lot more in this photo. I believe there is as much hidden here as in