posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 10:15 PM
Originally posted by debris765nju
Perhaps you will post those images for us as i would have absolutely no idea how to accomplish that.
No, but you can see for yourself if you use Google Earth and turn on the 'history' button. It will show you previous years' satellite views of the
site. I've used it to research a number of sites (changes in barrier islands along the coast as part of a project on seabirds, for instance) and
have seen such pixellation before. That's why I suggested looking at the data from other years.
As far as artefacts of the jpeg type, why do they all have faces attached to them? This really is a serious question since it is frequently
used to discount information on a massive scale.
Humans tend to look for meaning even in random noise. We can find faces in clouds, tree shadows, patters of water on the windows, toast (remember
that piece of toast with the "image of Jesus" that sold for some ridiculous amount of money a number of years back), and many other things.
But, again -- look at other images of the area by other satellites. If (and when) something is there, it stays there on any number of views of the