posted on May, 31 2008 @ 09:39 AM
Originally posted by zero7
enlarge bottom side of image
image link: www.msss.com...
[edit on 30-4-2008 by zero7]
Hi zero7, the geometric figure or structure looks to be designed by intelligent beings. I figured if one structure was in the photo there would be
other structures near by. Look to the bottom of photo you will notice a crater to the left and on the right hand side rim of that crater you will
notice a white in color intelligently designed structure.
When you first view the crater it will take a minute for your eyes to lock onto the structure and it also helps viewing within a totally dark room
with contrast and brightness at a lower level. To further enhance your view of the structure on the rim of crater cup your hand and look thru your
fingers like a tunnel. This does 2 things it keeps the excess light from reflecting back into your retina and blinding you and helps you focus on a
particular object. You heard the term tunnel vision well this is the next best thing.
To further enhance your vision without enlarging photo in many cases use a high quality magnifying glass preferably German, French or Russian optics
to view anomalies. Plastic optics I have found show to many scratches eventually on the lens when viewing the surface or objects on Mars, Phobos, or
the Earth's Moon.
One more step to enhance your viewing take your high quality rectangular magnifying glass and bend or stretch the object you are looking at on the
surface of Mars by holding your magnifier at an angle in any direction in other words you can rotate your magnifier 360 degrees. This will give you a
different perspective of what you are viewing and often times if you do not stretch the image you will not see the anomalies at first.
The last step in getting the best views is do not take your eyes off the anomaly you are looking at and it may take your eyes a few minutes to lock on
to what you are viewing but it will pay off in the long run if you have the patience.
It is just how the eye and brain combination works to assimilate the light spectrum wavelengths of information being reflected into the optic nerve by
way of the cones of the eye. Everyone has there own technique and these are some of my secrets to better viewing anomalies. Rik Riley
[edit on 31-5-2008 by rikriley]