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Originally posted by amazing
reply to post by IgnoreTheFacts
True. Humans can and do suffer from Pareidolia but not every thing that we humans see is false or imagined. If that was the case there would be no need to study any pictures at all ever. Because everything would be a false image. Can you imagine? LOL Sometimes a rock is a rock and sometimes ruins are ruins. Are you saying that it's impossible for there to be ruins on the moon or mars? One estimate has it that there are millions of solar systems in each galaxy on average and The Hubble Ultra Deep Field found about 10,000 galaxies in an image 3 arc minutes square.
10,000 galaxies in UDF
3 arc min square
9 sq. arc minutes
1,111 no. of galaxies per sq. arc minute
3,600 sq. arc min per sq. degree
4,000,000 no. of galaxies per sq. arc degree
41,253 no of arc degrees in a sphere
165,012,000,000 Total no. of observable galaxies
Therefore 165,012,000,000 x (lets just low ball it and say) 1,000,000 = ?
Then take this number and estimate that there is the posibilty of an earth like planet in each one and then take into account that some of them are billions of years older then earth..probably millions of them that are billions of years older then earth. That means that some of these life forms have been evolving for billions of years longer then us humans. Imagine the technology of a civilization a billion years more advanced then us.. then imagine a million of them that way and you can see the possibility of ancient ruins on the moon or Mars. No?
Phage. give me some real numbers please?
Originally posted by RestingInPieces
I'm convinced people here just go to random moon images, highlight a few things and say they are moon bases before posting them here.
Originally posted by Aliensun
Got something you want to share? Use discrete arrows, or second choice, boxes or circles. But false-coloring of images is dishonest if not trickery to help make a weak case.
Lastly you assume that the aliens would be incompetent enough to disguise themselves so poorly that a mere human like yourself would be able to see through it. With those assumptions you can call any rock you like a moon base :/
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.