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    Quote Originally Posted by calikid View Post
    May have covered this before, but recent TV documentary made mention/reminded me.
    Do you take any steps to eliminate "pareidolia" from your photo reviews?
    Yes I did quite some time back. There are several interacting factors that dismiss pareidolia, some of which are shown here:http://www.theoutpostforum.com/tof/s...ll=1#post54524

    The ubiquity of the same "properties" appeared as "commonality" or style, patterns depicting the same or similar "stroke of hand".

    In the designs frequently uncovered, was a type of signature, (in fact, there were several connecting points) one of which was the style of depicting "two faces in one rendering". And this illusion is found here in earthly designs over the course of time, but, they are complex designs with forethought of objective requiring intelligent input and many artists have laid claim to fame using this technique. A few examples can be seen in the above post.

    Of course, this takes time to research and connect the dots in reviewing hundreds of NASA high-resolution MRO images..

    Again I stress, this is only one aspect of commonality in the rendering, others have an astounding fondness for "infantile earthly overtones" shall we say, another is the clear depiction of morality e.g. 'the predator and prey". This can be very easily shown in image examples.

    However, once the viewer begins to comprehend the apparent method of production, this consistent pattern eventually leads one to surmise, that an alien technology must be employed and is currently unknown by humankind...presumably. A "Eureka Moment".

    That instant moment in time when one realizes, what you are viewing on the surface can only be of intelligent design and not only that, the amount of evidence is quite overwhelming.

    And btw, the in-depth story of pareidolia and its origins is steeped in mung, another factor to consider and weight to the "myth created" or "how convenient" controversy.

    Anyway,

    This is where I have arrived, others may see(k) another path, it is, a deeply personal discussion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M-Albion-3D View Post
    Yes I did quite some time back. There are several interacting factors that dismiss pareidolia, some of which are shown here:http://www.theoutpostforum.com/tof/s...ll=1#post54524

    The ubiquity of the same "properties" appeared as "commonality" or style, patterns depicting the same or similar "stroke of hand".

    In the designs frequently uncovered, was a type of signature, (in fact, there were several connecting points) one of which was the style of depicting "two faces in one rendering". And this illusion is found here in earthly designs over the course of time, but, they are complex designs with forethought of objective requiring intelligent input and many artists have laid claim to fame using this technique. A few examples can be seen in the above post.

    Of course, this takes time to research and connect the dots in reviewing hundreds of NASA high-resolution MRO images..

    Again I stress, this is only one aspect of commonality in the rendering, others have an astounding fondness for "infantile earthly overtones" shall we say, another is the clear depiction of morality e.g. 'the predator and prey". This can be very easily shown in image examples.

    However, once the viewer begins to comprehend the apparent method of production, this consistent pattern eventually leads one to surmise, that an alien technology must be employed and is currently unknown by humankind...presumably. A "Eureka Moment".

    That instant moment in time when one realizes, what you are viewing on the surface can only be of intelligent design and not only that, the amount of evidence is quite overwhelming.

    And btw, the in-depth story of pareidolia and its origins is steeped in mung, another factor to consider and weight to the "myth created" or "how convenient" controversy.

    Anyway,

    This is where I have arrived, others may see(k) another path, it is, a deeply personal discussion.
    Thanks for those details.
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    Quote Originally Posted by calikid View Post
    Thanks for those details.
    That duck/bunny illusion always intrigues me.
    Yes, one of many complicated artistic creations. The human mind recognizes this although some, no matter how hard they stare, they can not see the clever interaction.


    http://https://www.google.com/search...ih=624&dpr=1.5

    One of my favorites

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    Quote Originally Posted by M-Albion-3D View Post
    Yes, one of many complicated artistic creations. The human mind recognizes this although some, no matter how hard they stare, they can not see the clever interaction.




    One of my favorites

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    Quote Originally Posted by calikid View Post
    Good one... Ribbit!
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    Excellent Cal, you have a good eye.

    Now can you see the two faces in the image below clipped from an image along the top northwestern edge on Hebes Chasma Mars?

    Keep in mind that this rendition is around 2km across!

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    Coming back down to Earth, I was browsing and stumbled on this image of 6 possibly 7 dead alien creatures lying on full-size gurneys in presumably, a human structure. If anyone knows the story on this image, jump in.

    They do appear to be different to each other so photoshopping I think would be difficult even for the pro. The second to the right appears to be badly injured especially the right leg which bowed and contorted. Note the "three toes....hmmm"

    Fascinating nonetheless...

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    Quote Originally Posted by M-Albion-3D View Post
    Coming back down to Earth, I was browsing and stumbled on this image of 6 possibly 7 dead alien creatures lying on full-size gurneys in presumably, a human structure. If anyone knows the story on this image, jump in.

    They do appear to be different to each other so photoshopping I think would be difficult even for the pro. The second to the right appears to be badly injured especially the right leg which bowed and contorted. Note the "three toes....hmmm"

    Fascinating nonetheless...

    Those are from the X-Files, created by prop artist Mike Fields.

    Cf. http://web.archive.org/web/200611252...m:80/props.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garuda View Post
    Those are from the X-Files, created by prop artist Mike Fields.

    Cf. http://web.archive.org/web/200611252...m:80/props.htm
    Not convinced. Well, there's a ton of "may be's" out there, I doubt very much this was the work of an "artist make-up specialist" like Mike Fields.

    The cost to produce this set would have been in the 100k"s. The Jabber the Hut "thing" was over $1/2 mil and of course, he makes no mention in his "make-up" artist role on production for the xfiles, you would have thought he'ed have this plastered all over his bio.

    https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0276319/...ef_=nmbio_sa_1
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    Quote Originally Posted by M-Albion-3D View Post
    Not convinced. Well, there's a ton of "may be's" out there, I doubt very much this was the work of an "artist make-up specialist" like Mike Fields.

    The cost to produce this set would have been in the 100k"s. The Jabber the Hut "thing" was over $1/2 mil and of course, he makes no mention in his "make-up" artist role on production for the xfiles, you would have thought he'ed have this plastered all over his bio.

    https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0276319/...ef_=nmbio_sa_1
    There is a credit to Fields on the Hoax Eye website.
    They even provide a Wayback Machine website listing for Fields' now defunct personal website (X-files WAS decades ago) showing that very photo among many other examples of his work. Including Jabba.
    He is an artist, and if he did these it was some great Hollywood quality professional work.
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