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    Here's a close up shot of that so named "Jelly doughnut" rock that made the headlines a couple of years ago.

    https://www.nasa.gov/jpl/mer/rock-pi...sland-pia17761

    The bright reflective light and blinding colors were rarely discussed back then, in the context of "good science" of course!

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    It seems the more you look, the more you find!

    I was perusing through the Gigapan website looking at the image sent back from Curiosity on Sol 2093 and this little chap caught my eye and what a find!

    https://mars.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia/raw/?s=#/?slide=2093

    http://gigapan.com/gigapans/209447

    In the earlier finds of these very small beings, it did appear that they were actually dressed in some sort of attire and why not so? Very cold on the Martian surface. In this image below, we see a dressed being in possibly a golden outfit of some sort and circular head gear which has an almost "Persian" feel to the design.

    Again, it's tough to gather the scale here but by estimate, I would say the being is no more than 10" tall.

    We'll take a closer look at that "Parthfinder" image next and see what lies before us...


    The Gigapan swath Sol 2093:

    Location of circled area above


    Enlarged


    Defined


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    The beauty of mars!

    Although there is resemblance to an anthropomorphic figure, the legs are only "just" out of view. Though the upper proportions and dress pose do seem eerily familiar.

    Well at least he's not GREEN!


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    Pareidolia paranoia in Manchester

    When I slipped a 13" X 19" close up photograph in pretty good resolution (uncompressed .tif) under Mike's hotel room door, I was a little nervous as to the ramifications to what I had found in the bottom left had corner of the gigantic .jpg2000 (1.7gigs) image file. So when Mike gazed at the image, he knew where it was from immediately.

    It's a real beauty and exemplifies to the T as to the "method" used by the resident alien hand.

    In the video shot at the Manchester 2017 "Awakening" convention. The speech was excellent, he kept the audience completely in check until questioning time and guess what image took the stage.

    This is interesting, as audience members begin to see other animal forms located "around" the so named "Air Guitar playing CAT" and Mike does not, until his "eye/mind" begins to work for him....then BAM!! http://www.theoutpostforum.com/tof/showthread.php?2384-Life-on-Mars&p=48167&viewfull=1#post48167

    Welcome to the Alien mind on Mars Mike!

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1fYZlWOf5NGQehvukPH9mp1xWz-s3GIP2

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    Contact with alien life on Mars 1997

    http://pc.cd/akA

    The link above will direct you to my cloud. Please download the super high resolution version. The video is 1.5Gig and well worth the D/L

    These beautiful stereo images allowed me to forge an absolutely wonderful 3D video of a slow journey across the Martian landscape, originally captured by the Mars Pathfinder on July 4th 1997. https://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA02405

    Truthfully, I could write a hundred posts on this area of the Martian landscape but...I think it best to allow the viewer to discover these wonders without my description.

    Below, is a low resolution video and has just enough definition, but not close to the Hi res above.

    Ok, let me state this. In this video, there is more evidence of intelligent life than I have seen in 5 years of research!

    Take your time and allow your eyes to adjust to the depth of field, this is critical to discovery.

    3D anaglyph glasses required

    Important. Both Windows Explorer, Opera and Google Chrome are worthless for playback. Firefox works great.


    Ok, just a little help. Look for the Human Indian face and discover this wondrous alien architecture in the distance!!

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    Quick question.
    Remind me again, about the 3D glasses you reference. Typical Red and Blue lens?
    Fast 1.5Gb download at 15MB/s, took less than a minutes.

    Also, having any luck with the new probe's pictures?
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    Quote Originally Posted by calikid View Post
    Quick question.
    Remind me again, about the 3D glasses you reference. Typical Red and Blue lens?
    Fast 1.5Gb download at 15MB/s, took less than a minutes.

    Also, having any luck with the new probe's pictures?
    Not yet, looking forward though to the weeks ahead.

    Here's the link for the glasses. The clip-on's are the bomb.

    https://www.amazon.com/Glasses-Presc...aglyph+glasses


    Here's a comparison of two screen shot's of Chrome on the left and Firefox on the right.

    At first, I thought there was a problem with my video rendering software until I realized that Chrome, Opera and Explorer, for some unknown reason, were all darkening the video playback, until I downloaded the latest Firefox browser and presto...perfect! Any advice on this problem would be welcomed.

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    Good news all around for me.
    I use Firefox as default browser. Google Chrome and IE/Edge both have too much browsing tracking for my taste, not sure why the dimming occurs with them.
    AND, my rather high end nVidea gamer video card came with 3D drivers, and a pair of Red/Blue glasses.
    Looks Like I'm all set... as time permits.
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    Here's a snapshot of the area several meters from the lander and lo and behold, a beautiful Alien hologram dead center in the image, do you recognize the character? Clue, he's wearing Velma Dinkley's wig.

    3D glasses required and you don't want to miss this one....many more to come in this landscape.

    Note the "dwelling" in the top background, constructed to the scale of those very small "people"...

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