posted on Apr, 18 2007 @ 05:57 PM
We can scrutinize this photo until our eyes fall out, rotate it this way and that, apply a full palette of PhotoShop filters, and in the process
we'll identify all sorts of Grays and astronauts and bunnies and dragons and unicorns, et cetera.
But the fact remains that the higher the resolution applied to this image, the less it looks like an artificial structure. In order to
support the artificial "Face on Mars" theory, it's necessary to blur the photo, or obscure it with low resolution, or slap on a dozen
meaningless PhotoShop filters (which are not analytical tools), or simply ignore every modern image of this formation, relying rather on the
original dreadful Mariner photo alone.
Pardon, but analysis is not about covering one eye and squinting the other. Knowledge gathering is not about
discarding evidence because it reveals too much detail. And the fact is that the more evidence we gather on Cydonia and
the "Face on Mars," the more obvious it becomes that these are geologically interesting but nonetheless natural formations.
As for the "upside-down Gray" theory, I'm not seeing a Gray, either, unless I close one eye and squint with the other, and even then
it looks like a Gray with half its head eaten away. Kids, today we're really pushing it to morph this thing into an artificial
structure — I think it's time to erect a tombstone for the "Face on Mars," send some flowers and a sympathy card to Richard Hoaxland, and
file this one in the Case Closed vault.
— Doc Velocity
[edit on 4/18/2007 by Doc Velocity]