posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 07:34 PM
Oh by the way, is that water?
NO, you silly goose! It's some chemical process that scientists can imagine, but not actually prove. And it's lens flares, dust, and a host of other
things- Dont you know Mars cannot have liquid Water?
Ok. I'm thru being a smart alec. :-D I have seen SO many pictures of ponds, lakes, puddles, mud, wet spots, gullies and everything else, I even doubt
their claims that the atmosphere is barely breathable, and the temp is like -120 something or whatever. And the sky? People have proven (until NASA
wised up and made the images uncorrectable) that the sky on Mars is BLUE- with just a hint of pinkish red around the horizon. De saturate the red out,
and you have got the prettiest blue sky- makes you feel like you're in Arizona or somewhere. One of the BEST examples of this is that wide angle pic
that those Chinese people saw the 'bigfoot' rock in. Right upper corner- and if you have a good photo editing program, have it correct the RGB- you
get the right colors, and you'll see the pond. it has ripples, it's transparent UNDER the ripples, And there's even a little refraction/
reflection. It's bluish. Since the good Mars images, what mainstream science tells me, I usually snicker at. I am just not that stupid. I'll post
the link to the readjusted pic if anyone wants a look- and BTW- I ONLY USED PHOTOSHOP'S AUTO IMAGE FIXERS. Nothing else.