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Originally posted by Spaxz
Nice find, maybe the current/past civilization on mars created these images to pay homage to the different Gods? In a movie i watched called "What the Bleep do we know" (All about Quantum Physics) they say that we are all individual gods onto ourseleves that create our reality and life by interacting with each other. Hard to explain but a great film to watch. (Don't know how to post youtube videos, i can't figure out the video number thing? help if possible)
Originally posted by w810i
Mike I gotta ask why exactly do you copyright these images?? Perhaps I'm mistaken but are copyrights not reserved for the owners of these pictures?? wouldnt that be NASA not you?? Just curious.
A Word On Copyrights.
A person recently suggested that I remove the copyrights on the still frames, and animated GIFs, in my articles containing images obtained from raw NASA video footage. This person said NASA might have problems with this.
It is TRUE that one cannot record live raw NASA television broadcasts and stamp a copyright upon them. These, as originally broadcast are, and remain, in the public domain.
However…when one isolates selected portions from these raw recordings, and captures specific video clips from these, they become that persons’ WORK. Capturing still frame images, creating animated GIFs from those images, adding comments or markings, adding a voice over to a video clip, zooming, and enhancing also amount to WORK done. It is the work, done by an individual, which can be subject to copyright.
We’ve all seen parts of NASA films, and videos, used in commercial television news broadcasts and documentaries. If you look closely at the credits following these programs, you will note that NASA is thanked for the raw material, and the program copyrighted. It works the same for me. I have ALWAYS acknowledged that NASA TV broadcasts are the source of my material. But it is ME who does the work to make a presentation concerning a particular part of that original NASA material. For this reason I can, and will continue to, add that little © symbol to my work.
Jeff Challender, Project P.R.O.V.E