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Originally posted by UFO1414
Oh Arken, I knew this was going to be you.
Anyways, from your pics I do not see anything of concrete structure and Phage's post discredits your theory all together.
You have a great following here. Your threads, IMO, are based purely on smoke and mirrors and are the Wizard of Oz of ATS.
Don't get me wrong, I like your threads, but on a pure entertainment level.
His image, is the same image seen from above.
Originally posted by Moonraker22
reply to post by Arken
Good eye OP. Ive been studying images of planetary bodies for about 6 years now, and it wasnt until just last year that ive realized that 95% of all anomalies in any planetary image turn out to be pipes or tubes of differing sizes and shapes disguised with a combination of a blur tool, fake shadows, fake bright washed out spots, and also a tool that takes away depth in the image, making everything 2-dimensional, which totally screws with your depth perception. I know it sounds crazy butits like looking at one of those seeing-eye posters, when you learn how to adjust your perception the "pipelines" jump out all over the place. I can almost always point out at least 2-3 tubes or pipe like objects on ANY image of Mars or the moon (including the one you posted), and even a few more places like Iapetus. If i hadnt just joined today and knew how to post everything (not sure if i need flashplayer for anything i cant d/l it on my mobile) then i would prove it i could describe where to look, but i know from experience that gets tedious fast. But the objects at the top of your image dont look much like pipes, with the possible exception of the rim of the bottom part of the structure looking sort of like a rectangular tube pointing with the opening off to the left. So, if you are able to, always take a second look at things you think look like structures and saucers and whatnot, and take time to recognize the camoflauge and how its effecting what youre looking at. S&F
Originally posted by Arken]
edit on 30-5-2012 by Arken because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by GmoS719
Originally posted by dashdespatch
looks like a big blur to me
Putting a "" at the end of a sentence doesn't make it funny.