Originally posted by mikesingh
Take a look at these images of the Hale Crate on Mars taken by Mars Express and sourced from ESA.
If you look carefully, you would probably notice the clear geometric shapes. Squares, rectangles, circles and diamond shaped structures. Can these be the result of natural geological formations, manifestations of volcanic activity, adverse pixilation effects on the images or are they artificial constructs? The resolution of these images is quite poor, and thus difficult to identify. But I think it looks suspiciously like the image of a Martian city!
Anyway, what do you suppose these geometric shapes could be?
All images reproduced and enhanced with the permission of JP Skipper.
Mars Anomaly Research.
[edit on 8-11-2007 by mikesingh]
Those pics looks like they were ripped from some movie. One of them looks like it was ripped off from Godzilla.
Nice try fooling anyone, (if you even managed) but you can't fool me.
Originally posted by Alexander the o.k.
You could say it's pixelation on the first pic, but when you look more closely, there is a definite 3D effect there that would tend to rule pixelation in my view.
Originally posted by nightmare_david
I find it hilarious people call it "pixelation errors". In 10 years of using computers and messing with a lot of digital images, I've never seen errors like that before.