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Originally posted by Phage
Imagine how long the face must have taken!
Dedicated little guys.
Originally posted by ArMaP
reply to post by The_Truth818
If they airbrush them all how do you know that they airbrush them?
Seriously, are they such a complete useless group of people that are not able to do such an easy task and also unable to use any kind of quality control?
Yes, and most, if not all, of those images are just bad copies of the original images.
Originally posted by The_Truth818
There are many, many, pictures that show pixelation where it shouldn't be.
No, showing that there is some pixelation.
Thus showing that something was there, but it is now not.
Yes, it's an entire planet, but the photos are not that much, and if they want to find every little thing they just have to use more people.
And again you can't get all the anomalies. This is an ENTIRE PLANET we're talking about. You're not going to find every single little thing that stands out.
In the company where I work we have only two levels of responsibility in our work, but that's enough to catch most errors. Do you think that if a government agency was trying to hide such important secrets they would let someone do the work without being checked at least once? And that they wouldn't rotate people to avoid creating a "team" of like-minded people?
And I'm sure that there are at least a few people that don't agree with what the government is hiding and let a few things slide underneath the radar.
Yes, they may make mistakes, but that's why things like that are not left to just one person, they should have at least one more controlling other people's work.
They are just human you know, they're not perfect, so yes they will make mistakes.
They may be many, but in a long time. HiRISE, for example (the source of these photos), published 11747 images during 3 years, just 10 images each day (although very large images), so they would not need a huge team of people doing that work.
Trying to cover-up anomalies on an entire planet is no easy task, especially with the millions of pictures that are taken.
Originally posted by W3RLIED2
I'm pretty bad ar spotting anything worth while in satalite images. tThis is pretty awsome. I tried to highlight the lines of the main structure but I'm not too handy with paint.
I'm not sure how that could be much else other than a pyramid... I hope this gets major flags.
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Originally posted by lee63
The shadow looks so perfect though.
Originally posted by Nathwa
Indeed, my observations of numerous posts have led me to believe that those folks who take most things with a grain of salt, or prefer a very rational, tangible approach to mysteries get harrassed alot, but such is the way of things. As far as gathering evidence, I am no specialist in graphics, so we need someone with experience to come check this out. In the meantime, I am going to say it is a pyramid, with the evidence being that it looks like one and the way it casts its shadow.
Originally posted by badmoviefan
Here we go again... Little to no evidence and tons of speculation. Waste of bandwidth but this is just my opinion.