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Originally posted by Pryde87
This is possibly the biggest ATS fail I have ever seen.
Why are you all talking about proof because it has straight lines in it??
You know what else has straight lines.....pixels!
I could take a photo of a circle with that resolution and it would have straight lines in it. Its just the imaging that gives it that appearance.
There are also sooo many image artifacts on google earth/mars that a blurry pixelated image holds no weight.
Just look at a desert in google earth and you will find a hundred of such "structures" in the parts where the resolution is also so low.
Come on ATS you are supposed to be denying ignorance, but claiming "proof" in this context is just encouraging it.
Originally posted by amcdermott20
Originally posted by rstregooski
Originally posted by syrinx high priest
how is a blurry image proof of a station ?
Wrong argument. The origin should be the question, not the image...
Only an idiot can deny a straight-line depiction here..
All you can do now is blame google on a hoax.. I haven't verified the coordinates but it seems many here already have.. Oh, and my bad for not recognizing that natural formations ever tend to have large straight-line patterns like this.. Oopsie.
edit on 1-6-2011 by rstregooski because: (no reason given)
Actually the fact that it is a "straight line" only supports that it is in fact an imaging artifact and not a artificial construction of some kind. Unless the imaging satellite was perfectly inline with the artifact, this would not happen. I'm betting on imaging artifact.
Originally posted by spacedoubt
reply to post by SpookyFox
Please be respectful towards your fellow members. We're all here to get to the truth of things.