posted on Aug, 22 2010 @ 08:51 AM
reply to post by Havick007
Well I thought it was pretty self explanatory, I have taken 2 images. 1 Showing a "structure" and the other showing a hilltop, so to speak.
I have used the "structure" as the base, and overlayed the hilltop, I have then adusted the hilltop in size to match the structure PERFECTLY, as
well as the hilltop taking on the shape and apearance of the "structure" all of the surrounding objects/ detail match perfectly. This CONFIRMS both
images are of the same area, Given the hirise image is much higher resolution and you can get a much clearer view of the area this further confirms no
You can easily take the entire initial image and overlay it onto the entire hirise image and ALL of it will match, this means the intial image
proportion are not accurate, its literally the ONLY thing it can be as both images are of the exact same area, if one image doesnt match the other,
the common sense and correct thing to do in this instance is go with the higher resolution image as it offers more detail, also the fact the higher
res image can be adjusted to MATCH the lower res image again further proves the image proportion as not correct. (possibly on both, definetly on the
first image you posted that has the structure)
I admire your enthusiasm on finding anomaly on mars, I find Mars very interesting and when I look at mars , something always feels "off" about it,
it reminds me of when you look at ancient ruins, huge structures that have just crumbled over the millenia. however once you have something and it has
been proven that it is not an anomaly/ structure your doing yourself a great injustice by standing by it regardless, the facts are there is no
structure, you'd be much better off putting that energy into finding more anomalys / possible structures.
Im pretty sure there is something out there to find on the surface of mars, but this is not it.
Hope that clears things up,