reply to post by Stari
The 'E-building' picture. Has anyone noticed the clear 'A' at the foot of the spire? (I have not read all posts).
If you turn the picture into a negative, the 'E' becomes less prominent, but the 'A' remains quite clear. More interesting: the tower is much
better defined in negative, you can see the shaft of the sphere, which in the positive print is next to invisible. Unless 080808 did a little touching
Don;t ignore this: the human eye is notorious for playing tricks on the mind. Our mind is apt to fill in blanks and turn unfamiliar forms into
familiar forms. (the whole base for religion!) The alternating sun lighting on the so-called Mars face, the Grand Canyon formations, the famous
'Penis' rock in some American desert, the old 'canals' on the face of Mars; they all prove such. Put grains of sand under a microscope, and you
might see Paris Hilton's face engraved into the side of one of them. Can't miss her nose, after all.
About the stalactites or -mites. People think that the moon surface consists of large flat terrains peppered with walled craters. That's Perry Rhodan
bull#. There are mountains, and all through the solar system mountains are rough stuff. Nothing geometric about them. Also, don't forget that the
moon was initially a hot molten sphere that cooled off, like Earth, like Mars. The cooling process makes for (dramatic) ridges, folds, clefts, basalt
blocks, terraces, peaks, curved or ribbed slopes, slides, etc. If you've seen Mars aerials you'll know that in bizarre landscapes Mars absolutely
tops Earth (due to wind- and temperature erosion also, of course). Both planets have an unearth like and not fully explored and understood
environment, so geographically anything goes.
My conclusion: the chance of man-made or otherwise intelligently made constructs on the Moon is next to zilch.
I've seen some of these photographs before, a couple of years ago. Shots from the dark side of the moon. The spheres were purposely greyed out, the
way black and white photographs from thirty years ago were retouched. (if I'm right amateur photographers often used cigarette ashes mixed with
water). Some retouches faithfully followed the outlines of the spires or where hiding square forms. Or so it looked.
It could have been done by NASA, it could have been done by the one who posted the photographs...
Was it on this site that I saw a film of an astronaut floating towards a square moonbuilding, entering it - huge entrance cavities - and filming
inside? A hoax of course, but a very well made one, it all looked extremely convincing.
Buildings on the Moon and Mars, from an ancient civilisation. It's not impossible. But I'll eat my laptop if the images on these grainy, fuzzy
pictures are real artefacts. If they are, some ex-NASA people would have blabbered by now.