posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 03:03 PM
reply to post by signoregregorio
I sense a personal bias and want for these to be something more and an adherence to the adage "abscence of evidence is not evidence of absence." My
personal bias is that it's insubstantial at this moment but promising.
I don't have any personal bias on this matter. If you would notice, in the OP I never said it was an alien in that photo.
When somebody else mentioned there was a resemblance to greys, I agreed. There is a similarity. But like when looking at clouds, to say something
looks like an object is NOT saying it is that object.
In my opinion, that carving is not intended to look like an alien, but something else. What that something else is, I don't know.
And I disagree that an emotion is felt anytime a person looks at anything. A wall is a wall--big deal, not feelings one way or another. Grass is
just grass--no emotions felt at all....