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Originally posted by Ahmose
So "Proof" is an image from google earth (mars)?
I am even one who 'buys into' there being bases, plant life, (and probably some humans/or other people) on Mars..
But this is no kind of "proof" whatsoever.
Google can stick anything they want into these images, and often do, just to 'play around'.
This can't even be considered "evidence" it's soo poor.
There is actual "evidence" of this stuff..
but no proof..
I'm at the top of page 2 and my bubble has burst!
You know what you guys who hang out here a lot and for a long time lack?
This however, is no evidence, or proof.
Originally posted by Griffo
There are a million other possibilities (ok, maybe not a million) that this object could be. Why is it that the first thing people think of is an alien or human base? What happened to using Occam's razor?
If it does turn out to be a human base, by NASA or any other agencies, what are the ramifications? We all know that governments have black ops, why should they tell Joe Bloggs about them?
"When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth." - Sherlock Holmes (The Sign of the Four by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)
Originally posted by cosmicpixie
I posted a link to this thread on Richard Hoagland's Facebook page......here is his response :
Just because it's on "Google Mars" means NOTHING; this could EASILY be the product of "a mad programmer," employed by Google (think "Jurassic Park")!
That's why we need to see the ORIGINAL images ... from NASA ... ESA, etc.
Real science always works from ORIGINAL data -- not "second-hand sourcing."
His FB page
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Jepic
Or it's an imaging artifact.