posted on Jun, 13 2009 @ 03:17 AM
reply to post by Chadwickus
Sorry to disagree but there's no "straw clutching" going on here at all.
The head has obvious symmetry as there can be seen a central tubular/cylindrical protruberance with an identical structure to either side of it giving
the symmetrical shape.
I assume that you've taken a look at the original image using GE ? If so, how can you NOT see that the device is clearly independent of it's
background and is most certainly NOT an image artifact or pixellation.
The object has too many well defined structural features visible to show that it is an independent object.
There is a central main body comprised of a larger, lower green platform with a smaller yellow platform above it. The head is clearly joined to the
main green/yellow body platform by a thin neck. On either side of the main body are what appear to be cylindrical attachments. Mounted on the right
side (looking at the image) is another structure shaped similar to a pawn from a chess set.
In total, there are too many detailed structural features visible to say that this is just a figment of my imagination or the result of an image
artifact. The device is solid, real and exists.