posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 06:41 AM
My 6 year old neighbor can find anything she wants in clouds, soil photos, ink blot tests, you name it. Granted, they are things she wants to see like
a fairy prince, scooby doo, and other children's things. Get it? You find what you want to when looking at a pile of dirt.
I could post a picture of a desert on Earth ( a constantly changing landscape) and tell people I see something related to aliens/ufos/etc and many on
here would proclaim that they see it too. Never mind the fact that the substrate we are talking about changes damn near daily (people don't use their
heads when seeing shapes in things) they would then go on to "see" other things I might have missed in my initial assessment.
Point being, your staring at dirt. Plain and simple. I know that is boring, but reality is sometimes not as exciting as the fictional world the
internet has allowed people to fall into. I honestly don't see how people starting these threads think they are onto something. It demonstrates a
complete lack of understanding regarding basic, elementary level geology and simplistic understanding of human nature. if someone can't even grasp
those easy to understand points, then why bother even looking into something that is complicated enough without the added ignorance of those that are
"mildly interested"? And when I say mildly interested, I mean those that are interested enough to spend a large amount of their time on a conspiracy
board discussing something, but never spend even a small percentage of that time actually educating themselves so they can help make a positive change
in the very subject they are helping to ruin through their publicly displayed ignorance.