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Originally posted by lunarcartographer
Another 'Martian rorschach rock'.
Originally posted by CitizenJack
reply to post by PurpleChiten
Ok so the results are in. I tested 20 people, 5 with an unaltered photo. 100% saw a rodent of sorts mouse, sqiurell,hamster ect.
I showed 5 people a b/w photo rotated. The 2 upside down ones were identified as a rodent. The 3 that viewed a side rotated b/w photos were undenifiable to the people that viewed it.
The remaining 10 I allowed to rotate a croped image that placed the suspected rodent out of center.
They could rotate as many time as they wanted and zoom in or out as they pleased. 9/10 found the rodent and identified it as such. The one remaining saw nothing.
Thats 80%... These people did not discuss the image prior nor were any suggestions made as to the nature of the photo.
So I am now of the opinion that this is indeed a living organism of some sort. I will not however commit to a therory that this is on mars or earth. My expirement was just to see if I was fooled into beliving that this photo contained an animal by the suggestive nature of the title
Oh the joy of conspiracies!!! Is it on earth or mars.......edit on 26-10-2012 by CitizenJack because: posted to soon
Originally posted by ronnypeppers
its fake the damn thing would starve theres no food there we can see that
Originally posted by SaturnFX
As far as it being on earth concept...your saying its easier to make sure a many square mile area of flatlands is easy to keep out every insect, ant, etc...
no, its certainly not on earth...if it was, this would be a prarie dog, sure, but you would be seeing birds, clouds, bugs, etc...
And if the argument is that post editing would remove every single flash of insect, crawling roach, etc..then they would also remove the rodent...so either way, the argument doesn't stack up.
But sure, it looks like a guinea pig...cloud watching is fun.