posted on Nov, 19 2010 @ 02:00 PM
I think the problem in all this nonsense is the term..
I have seen the debunkers keep harping on that issue over and over and some like Weed Wacker in this post...
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by zorgon
True Color Images from Mars Rovers
Yes. Very nice, eh. Apparent colors can vary greatly, under differing conditions of illumination/technology that reproduce them, for ultimate human
Here is a True Color Image from Earth, courtesy of Kodos and Kang (from their wedding album, on their honeymoon to the Third Rock):
Can you name that (apparently) very red-sand desert that exists here on Earth?? I know I can't (and they aren't telling, either. They value their
privacy dearly, and don't want autograph seekers and Paparazzi crowding into their private getaway......).
go out of their way with a shoddy attempt at humor to push their agenda
So maybe what we need to do is use a new term
Something that even a simple mind can understand...
What we are looking for in reality is something that is close to what we would see with out own eyes. That is why after all the COLOR WHEEL was put on
the Rovers in the first place... so that we would have a comparison
The SUN is the same sun on Mars hence the wavelengths of light are the same.
While the image that Herr Wacker shows us IS made up of 'true colors' he did NOT provide us with a known color sample of that Desert to compare to
so we can see what it should look like
Yet we watch TV and see what most normal people would consider 'true color' it certainly matches what we see when we step outside
debunkers can try all they want with their diversions, it won't change the fact to anyone with common sense...
The TV you watch produces only THREE COLORS Red Green and Blue... these are the primary colors of light. This is taught at the grade school level so
I do not understand why the concept is so hard to grasp
So if we have a photo that is set to 'approximately what we see on the color wheel, then is it not close enough to see what it would look like?
Surely one does not need a degree in physics to understand if the blue swatch on the wheel is bright PINK, we are not seeing reality?