posted on Mar, 5 2012 @ 11:51 AM
reply to post by xX aFTeRm4Th Xx
This is funny. I love the people who are so enamored with the paradigms of the times that they try and use a malformed interpretation of occam's
razor to bolster their own ego and shoot down other opinions.
It is a fool's rational to immediately shoot down anything without giving it some serious thought. On that note, the thing about this that wouldn't
make sense to me as an artifact is that there appeared to be no reason for the light to be distorted in that way.
It was likely not pixelation because of the roundness of the anomalies compared to the surrounding square pixels.
Although if there was a reason for the light to be distorted around those areas it was possible that it was an artifact of the low resolution, but the
specific shape would tend away from that.
Then someone posted the LRO images of that area at a different time when the light was at a different angle and I noticed that there were large
boulders at the two outer places of the anomaly and that the rest of the anomaly was in shade.
This leads, in conjunction with the posting showing similar (not symmetrical or in the same shape, but similar) anomalies in the surrounding craters,
to it being photographic anomalies due to low res and shading from natural or possibly non-natural objects within the crater.
I'm leaning towards natural based on the high res LRO images.
Anyone who jumped to ANY conclusion prior to having all of this information and analyzing it together IMO dd not think with "High Intellect" and has
no business shooting down others opinions as being pathetic or ridiculous.