posted on Jun, 13 2009 @ 08:02 AM
I am folowing this thread along so far and must say that I see nothing exceptional on these pictures. Pure paredolia and guess work. As for these
images being from a planetoid on the clouds in the outskirts of the solar system... come on guys, there is no light there to illuminate the mountain
ranges, its dead black out there , the sun is just like a tiny yellow ball in the sky there and its almost absolute zero temperature. I don´t see
that these images are taking in the ultraviolet or infrared spectrum.
If these images are from some planetoid the best guess would be Europa, Ganimede, etc...
So , there is no much to do here. lack of scale, and lack of resolution and definition.
Taymour, we want something like this:
This is a picture of planetoid IO taken by the XXX European probe on 15th
january of 2007 showing starships parked on one of the planetoids craters.
And with some luck with three grey aliens waving for us...
anything less than that will lead to idle speculation and mental pirotecnics