Originally posted by ButterCookie
The statue appearing to be 'buddhist" could have some since of merit here; it was said that during the time of our 'creator' race of gods/aliens, they also had bases on Mars and it could be that the 'Martian' race is responsible for genetically engineering the Asian race (a seperate race for Africans, seperate race for Caucasians, etc.)
Originally posted by AwesomeOverload
Why do people always think aliens should always look like us. Why do aliens have to have eyes, nose, ears, or limbs? Most importantly, why do humans think aliens must have a physical form. It's quite arrogant and ignorant to think so. That mountain is definitely natural, since why would aliens want to create an artificial mountain with the shape of a bald dude.
Arrogance. Think all forms of life should be created after us. We were late to the game.
Originally posted by j230ns
the chance that there is life out there is either not or somewhere between not and vast according to the drake equation (which of course gets us nowhere). Even IF there is life other than us in the universe, the chance of it being close enough they would ever be able to travel here or in our local system smaller yet. The chance that they have evolved like us who use science of the visual and observable world, minuscule.
Another species on another planet may not have had a need for eyes, ears, maybe not even scent. It is arrogant as usual to think of any species on another planet being like us, but that is the way we are isn't it? So far our signals have reached about 100+ stars which is a molecule in a grain of sand on the beach compared to the vastness of space so the chance of our planet having contacted something even by accidental means is damn near non existent. I'd like to believe, but putting it simply, in my mind at least it is impossible.
Originally posted by Beast Of Gevaudan
reply to post by molecularstranding
You may as well have titled this thread, "Face in the clouds discovered."
This is another example of Pareidolia, look it up.
Originally posted by wildespace
A higher-resolution image is always superior to the low-resolution. On the hi-res one, I see a clearly natural feature, a crater with sandy dunes.