reply to post by weedwhacker
I certainly must say that you and ITF stand the higher ground on potential facts as they are, and as they are understood. They are most likely just
But isn't that what this site is for, to rationalize, discuss and apply the unbiased evidence that proves or disproves something. To either validate
or debunk? If not, then this site is completely worthless except as a resource to be seen and gain attention for opinions.
Again, I am not disagreeing with you as to what these formations truly are or are not, nor do I dispute what they may look like to anyone for that
matter. Some people see an ape, some a cow, some a polar bear and everyone is entitled to their opinion and as far opinions go, how can anyone be
wrong about what they think it looks like? At this point I don’t take it too seriously and I am still waiting for the Manbearpig!
My initial desire was to have someone aid in locating the source of the photo to help validate if it were genuine, NASA approved photography or not,
since the 3D thing bugged me. That has happened and I am grateful.
Someone else has pointed out that two of the photos give the appearance that the “head” shows movement when compared. I have looked at four
separate photos from the supplied NASA links and also see the illusion of movement when I compare them. There are two each of two different angles,
taken a few seconds apart. And when any combinations of those four pictures are compared, the illusion is notable. That being said my software isn’t
very sophisticated so a scientific study from my end isn’t a reality.
Someone else has created an overlay of two photos that were different in size but of the same original shot and thus show no movement.
All of these people contribute to the cause, and we must all maintain the skeptics view unless and until these images can be proven to be anything
other than just rocks.
As far as what any one of us knows or doesn’t know, is subjective. I probably know more than most people on this site about phased radio antenna
alignment but I’m SOL when it comes to Martian biology. And unless I am supposed set up a directional AM radio station on Mars, my credentials
don’t mean much.
In the mean time, I appreciate all those who have contributed, and any input is appreciated, but I’m an old guy and need to head off to bed. I’ll
check back tomorrow night.