Originally posted by Unity_99
I know you stand up for the nazi's controlling our planet,
That's not a nice thing to say, specially to someone you don't know, but it shows
the type of person you are; if someone doesn't shake their head in agreement of your ideas then it must be because they "stand up for the Nazis
controlling our planet". Do you know that that's the type of reasoning the Nazis and the Fascists (like the ones the ruled Portugal for 48 years,
until April 25, 1974) used to find enemies everywhere and excuses to act against them, even if they hadn't done a thing?
but they're not likely to be dunes.
OK, lets discuss that. Why they're not likely to be dunes? They look the same in different photos
taken at different times, while water doesn't do that (at least that's what I noticed in other photos, as you haven't provided a photo ID for the
photos you posted, so I cannot see if there are more photos of that area), they show some texture while water doesn't, they have shapes that are
characteristic of dunes, not of waves, they lack the reflectivity of the water, they lack the transparency of the water, water in shallow areas
doesn't look blue. Those are the main reasons I think those I dunes.
Due to the amount of inversion of water and photo tampering done, I don't believe your right.
What do you mean by "inversion of
water"? And what signs of photo tampering do you see?
And on a site where people are searching for truth, accepting answers from those who lie and tamper with evidence, is not exactly critical
Following what the opposition to those that supposedly "lie and tamper" doesn't mean that there's critical thinking at work, it
may show a sheep following a different shepherd. And no, I don't follow what NASA says just because they say, I always have my own interpretation of
what I see, but most of the times it coincides with what NASA says. Critical thinking doesn't mean you have to choose something that isn't the
official position about something.
Water One Flowed?! Well the pictures reveal blue, waves and white spray, pretty odd ghost to be formed in the minerals if you ask
Yes, everything points to water flowing in Mars' past, but I have yet to see evidences of water
flowing today, although I have seen
several signs of flows that look liquid (NASA says that some of those are different coloured dust, but I don't think so), nothing points to that
supposed liquid being water, although it's highly likely. Water isn't blue, and Mars is full of a very thin blueish dust, visible in many photos
from satellite and from the ground. The colours in those images you posted are not real colours, they are approximations made with red, green+blue for
green and what they call a "synthetic blue" made with the green+blue image multiplied by 2 minus 30% of the red channel.
Water is STILL FLOWING.
No problems with that, just show us a clear example of it.
PS: I will try to find the images you posted to see if there are more than one photo of that place.