posted on Oct, 30 2011 @ 10:19 AM
Originally posted by arianna
A degree of controlled enhancement was applied to the original image to see if there was anything else on the surface. You may be surprised at what
the enhancement revealed.
There's where the problems start, the enhancements enhance some parts of the image and hide others, so while some
things may become more visible, some disappear.
The intermediate enhancement starts to reveal some surface features.
Or enhancement artefacts...
The full enhancement. (No scientist will confirm or validate what can be observed in this image.)
No scientist will confirma or validate what can be observed in that
image because you were the one creating the image, although it was originally based on a real (as far as I know) photo.
Do you think a global conspiracy exists by the scientific and educatonal establishments to suppress important information as to what is really
on the lunar surface?
No, just some people that think that by applying filters to an image can extract information that was not there in the
What I see in the images is terrain that over time has been terraformed. If one looks closely it is plain to see that there are many structures on the
surface which appear to be interlinked. There is no way I can accept the caption which describes the "dashed trail" as being caused by a rolling
boulder. Also, what is described as being boulders are in fact structures of varying size. What attributes does those "structures" have to
make you think of them as structures instead of boulders? Or what attributes do the boulders have to make you think of structures?
I am sure that what can be observed are buildings that have been constructed on the surface to give the appearance of rolling boulders that
have left a trail. The "dash" effect in reality is many long buildings constructed in a line to give the impression that when viewed from a distance
above the surface appear as being a bouncing boulder trail. It would appear that some very clever thinking has been at work in designing the lunar
The track is carved into the ground, so does that mean that the "buildings" are holes instead of buildings?
And I don't think they look like buildings at all, they just look like rocks to me.
As a matter of interest I estimate the viewpoint above the surface to be approximately 750 - 1000 meters but I cannot be absolutely sure of
According to the information for that image, the photo was taken at an altitude of 61.48 km.