posted on Aug, 19 2008 @ 08:18 AM
I find it interesting how many people here use absolutes. Anyone who thinks that these images provide 'PROOF' of anything really needs to take a
step back. Usually if you can't explain something it's a good idea to look at the most likely explanation first. There's nothing in these
pictures that looks artificial, and the fact that none of us in this thread (so far) is a geologist suggests that there's every chance these are
The 2 images that stand out are the tracks and tower. To me, it's far more likely that the tracks are marks on the lens of the camera or have been
introduced in the developing stage by accident. They cut across the landscape as if they are on top of it so that's the most likely explanation to
me. The 'tower' is partially shaded so it's impossible to decide what it is. We all know that our minds can make up complete images from our
imagination and 'fill in the blanks'. Just like the face on mars. When the shadows are moved you can see it's just a mountain/ridge. This could
just be part of a cliff face that's in shade behind it.
Really, what's more believable, that these are geological manifestations that have occured on the moon, or that some ancient (or current)
civilisation colonised the moon and built large towers etc there. In my mind, you have to agree the former is much more likely. If you don't then
you must really WANT to believe in something different.