posted on May, 18 2013 @ 08:55 PM
Preach!!! LOL...I have to agree with you wholeheartedly. Every once in a while there will be something that is truly interesting, but 99% of the time
these things are just rocks. Most of the time this is obvious upon first glancing at a picture. This seems to occur often when there is obvious
evidence of running water in times past, as the erosion patterns produce flat surfaces and edges, and make certain rocks to appear more manmade than
others. Human beings really do have the tendency to find patterns in chaos, and this is something I have learned by entering the bigfoot community.
I actually performed my own experiment to prove something to myself. I went out in the woods and took pictures of treelines, just to see if there
would be "faces" visible once I looked at the photos. Sure enough, I could match what others would call faces or bodies, even though I knew for a
fact there was nothing but trees in the photographs. It is worse with faces, because it has been proven that the human brain, from an early age, is
hardwired to recognize faces. So it is not surprising at all that these things would show up in photos, even though there is nothing truly there. What
is surprising however is the fact that so many people do not posses the ability to be objectionable. They look for conspiracies everywhere, and every
little thing that they deem out of place was made by aliens, or proves life on Mars. It is absolutely ridiculous, and it gives those of us who are
truly interested in a subject a bad image to the rest of the world, and causes anyone with certain ideas to lose credibility.