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Favonio


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PostPosted: June 28, 2005 9:47 AM 

You like a laugh, not as much as I like it when I read your posts. Smile

That of popcorn was just irony, obviously, but I'll surely watch it again and again.

How can you simply DENY the fact several hundred of meters have been added to that "mesa"?
(rethoric)

I wonder why the creator of that videoclip doesn't come out. Perhaps he is a bit "scared" to repeat what he has said in previous replies. Confused
Damn rockers, it's your fault if people may be quite "timorous" in saying what they clearly think.

Anyway, no one else has yet seen it but us?
Are you "timorous" too? Or you just want to say there is no evidence of volume increasing?

Daniel


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PostPosted: June 28, 2005 9:51 AM 

yes! The volume MUST be increasing. It can't have anything to do with the fact that the photos are being taken at different resolutions, at different angles, from different orbital altitudes, using different wavelengths, and at a different time of day.

After all - a photo is a photo is a photo, right? And if you take a photo once, then every other photo should always show the exact same thing, no matter how many differences in the setup, right?

Stan


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PostPosted: June 28, 2005 9:57 AM 

Here is the most recent picture I know of of the face.
It was taken a year ago by Odyssey a year ago.

[link]

Stan

Favonio


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PostPosted: June 28, 2005 10:16 AM 

Well, thanks Stan.
It seems to be "out of shape", just like newest ones.

Nice this way, little mesa. You have to grow up in order to become a huge hill and finally go to the Doctoring School. Laughing
I wonder if in a dozen of years it will become wide enough to cover the near pyramidal structures. Smile

They're Rocks


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PostPosted: June 28, 2005 10:18 AM 

I mean, really, how dumb does this get?

You don't think the appearances of landforms change according to altitude, light angle, weather, image resolution and the like?

I mean ... really.

Favonio, give it up. There is no face and there are no ruins at Cydonia. They're rocks.

Favonio


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PostPosted: June 28, 2005 10:24 AM 

Altitude, image resolution, light angle do not count in lateral volume and shapes.
Don't just make a list of things.

Weather affects, but not that way.
We are speaking of hundred of meters.

Rocks, you efforts are useless in front of evidence.
Thanks again Ludwig for such an amazing and clear videoclip.

PS: If I'll not reply it is because I've to go for a while.

Doug Ellison


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PostPosted: June 28, 2005 10:26 AM 

"Altitude, image resolution, light angle do not count in lateral volume and shapes."

No - but they DO count for the APPARENT shape of an object

Doug

Doug Ellison


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PostPosted: June 28, 2005 10:27 AM 

So Fav - Malin has been editing Themis images and MOC images has he?

Doug

Favonio


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PostPosted: June 28, 2005 12:38 PM 

Malin knows.

Daniel


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PostPosted: June 28, 2005 1:23 PM 

Who knows what evil lurks in the rocks of Mars? The Malin knows! {insert Orson Welles laugh here}

dbn


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PostPosted: June 28, 2005 1:59 PM 

I don't think much of this as a fort or even as an artificial structure. But having examined the pictures, I like how all three images of the "fort" have stair-like areas(probable image artifacts). Also, the latest, more detailed image, seems to show a rounded entrance-way into the mesa.

gabrielle


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PostPosted: November 7, 2008 4:08 PM 

hey yeah those pics are amazing!
but it is a wonder that that face was just rocks!
it really gives you a new perspective. Smile

dx Author Profile Page


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PostPosted: November 9, 2008 3:53 PM 

testa>>>

Dilip Rajeev


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PostPosted: February 6, 2010 3:32 AM 

More anomalies: http://martiananomaly.com/ Clearly artificial in my opinion - how about yours?

Pleiades M. Hotep


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PostPosted: September 6, 2012 1:56 AM 

What about Cydonia matching up PERFECTLY with the Pleiades Star Map, just like Washington DC, Dendera Egypt, Tikal, StoneHedge, Iraq, & other locations with a frightening precision.

John Henry Dough


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PostPosted: September 20, 2012 8:34 PM 

F-U-N-N-N-N-YYYYYYY,,, Laughing Laughing

I mean Doug posting over here on 'Against
The Mainstream',,,,,,,,,my what a sense of humor..imagine Doug so critically straight,
'baiting the posters',Doug?

I love it. Don't you really admire our freedom to post almost anything we wish?

If you wish for pure science go to UMSF,
OTOH if you desire true, pure 'humanity'
come on over here for a good laugh or two.

Laughing
Darwin,,,Where you at?,,We miss you terribly,

I mean,,give us the word,,show us you care. Cool

John Henry Dough


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PostPosted: September 21, 2012 10:33 AM 

A kind of tounge in cheek apology to Doug Embarassed

I had only red the last page and I posted,,,
going back and reading thru this entire thread,shows that Doug wasn't just having a good laugh (although he probably did),,he was
actually trying to educate others.

What we DO NOT do here is call names or otherwise put people down,,,sooooo,if it seems that way,,,then sorry Doug.
jd

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