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I would really like to see a little ruler superimposed on the pictures, where the ruler has both feet and meter measurements. It is provoking to see things that 'look like', but how big are these things. It isn't helpful for me to say that the picture itself, at X altitude, shows an area the size of X. Maybe I'm not smart enough, but a ruler would really help.
Incidentally, Observer1, I really like your new avatar, but the movement of the UFO combined with the 'fade to black' distracts me so much that I have to scroll by reading your posts. Is there any way you can slow it down a lot more, or make it so that it doesn't flash so fast?
Originally posted by IgnoreTheFacts
Originally posted by Fromabove
It's going to be hard to deny this one. You don't even have to try hard to make out the outlines and structural remains.
No harder to deny this than denying my kid neighbor's notion that Scooby Doo just floated over our house. I know it is nothing more than a cloud, but she sees Scooby Doo and there is no changing her mind at that age. Kinda like seeing shapes in rocks and dirt, adding some color to them to guide others perception and proclaiming you have found a "moon base". Indeed.
Guys, your human. And guess what, humans suffer from Pareidolia
[edit on 26-10-2009 by IgnoreTheFacts]
Originally posted by Fedge
ok i am BORED of all the douchebags answering that its just dust, its just rock etc. GO AWAY some people would like to discuss what they want together without getting annoyed by pretentious and highselfesteem people.
Originally posted by azzllin
Picture 2 point 3, Looks like a wishbone, and it has to be huge taken from the height that is...
Time magazine said “President William Howard Taft received them with fanfare at the White House. Shy, low-spoken Midwestern-bred men, the Wrights were embarrassed by the fuss.” According to the magazine, Wilbur, after sitting through a long-winded dinner in France, stood up and remarked, “The most talkative bird in the world is a parrot. But he is a poor flyer.”