posted on Nov, 19 2010 @ 02:28 PM
reply to post by zorgon
My point should have been obvious. Bashing NASA over a few (very localized) photos on Mars is silly. (As the conversation diverged that
direction...) IN addition, same with these other claims of "altering" photos.
of the Moon. Sometimes it looks as simple as compression artifacts at best, and other reasons, scanning issues, etc. In some cases, (not here, but
in some less reputable sites) intentional "dis-info" and tweaking by the ones who make these claims about NASA ... have caused a great deal of
confusion, it seems....and pulled in those who are gullible to such fantastic claims. I mean, really IF there was "something" to cover up, I would
think it would be far less obvious?? Looks amateurish. Makes no sense.
This thread's premise is, after all, about NASA "editing" ... implying some sort of "deceit".... I submit that that accusation has been
overblown, for reasons that escape me.
We can see so many examples of incredible variety, right here on Earth...especially when it concerns color. Yet, on our (very small samples) of other
worlds' photos, when there is no actual Human eye to judge, we work with what we have.
Anyway, speaking of sand, whether "red" or otherwise:
Diversity is all around us.......
"color" is very subjective, as we all have probably experienced. So,