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do not dismiss this as a tool to be used ArMaP , it can be helpful in saying what's what at times
Usually, I don't dismiss any thing that can help us to get better data, but something that only gives us "prettier" data is not what I want.
but asides from that I still don't see how you can say blurring could not be used to destroy an anomalies asserted appearance, to destroy the illusion , sending asserted anomaly to anomaly heaven? that place were all bad anomalies go to rest
I think we should put it to the test, the next anomaly that comes along that looks like its heavily influenced by jpg compression artefacts, we should do a a side by side comparison to see if the anomaly looses its anomalousness ,after blurring .dare I say it , a debunking tool ?
kind of a paradox really, the artifacts we get are not real , and the files we get are jpg, so what does it matter if they are blurred a little to improve their look, they're essentially false to begin with
I think you might be making a comparison to the eraser or cut tool there
reply to post by funbox
This is how it looks on the image available on the PDS, converted from the IMG files.
(the image above was made in Pain.NET, to see if it works as advertised)
And here's an animation, as we have the two photos from the left and right camera.
(this one was made with Animation Shop, Paint.NET doesn't make GIFs)
reply to post by Char-Lee
great comparison , a seaslug in a half shell , but how rough would that skin be in such a harsh and arid environment? an enamoured mars slug battled hardened for the blue it tribes sand food foraging attacks
what kind of creature was that spiral thing ?
While looking for better pics of the harpoon i found this image mars.jpl.nasa.gov... top right corner it looks awfully geometric ,artificial?
Hope nasa does not avoid.
Still looking for better pics of the rod.