posted on Dec, 30 2008 @ 07:25 PM
Here is a note I wrote to a friend who had not yet read the paper - "Thanks for the update. I am uncertain from your note whether you have read the
paper The Discovery of Life on Mars and viewed the photos and analysis in that 42 page paper? It can be downloaded in PDF at:
Also, what kind of laptop or desktop are you using? The upper end laptops or desktops with entertainment quality chips allow much higher resolution of
the photo as you watch it than a standard laptop.
If you go to the paper, you should be able to make out a number of the animal forms. The plesiosaur on Mars resembles the dinosaur brachiosaurus or a
long-necked tortoise. On page 13 of the paper, for example. the center-bottom photo is of the plesiosaur.
If you are having image problems, you may want to access a friend with an Entertainment quality laptop. See also the Methodology part of the paper for
computer specs. Hope this helps."
I found that it takes a bit of learning to "see" the pleisiosaur, for example. Or new animal forms like the Woofy.
I definitely definitely disagree with the assessment that the report and supporting documents are disinformation.
My conclusion: The quality of the computer (whether entertainment or not) is a factor, as well as one's ability to read and learn how to see, for
example, new animals like The Scorpion Man, which appears as a scorpion-human hybrid.
Back to you.