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    To get a really good idea of approximation of self, I like to compare a familiar landmark over Manhattan.

    The line represents 12 miles being the width of this excellent high definition image analyzed:

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    On the frozen moon we see LAND ahoy!

    A rather remarkable plot of "Landscape" considering the moon is promoted as an ice cue-ball.

    I put together this 5 min treck across this meandering hillside taken by Galileo December 16, 1997, and is the highest resolution image of the moon thus far to date.

    If you look very close, some familiar pixels spring into life. To me, she looks a bit like flying over California!

    https://my.pcloud.com/publink/show?c...WShLnaG5z3sjgV





    https://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA01180
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    A face to behold....

    Europa is awash with life and like life on Mars, they are incredibly artistic. I would go as far as to say that art plays a huge part of their time.

    In the lower segment of the image in reference, this beautiful and seductive rendition of a male human face can be gathered.



    Cropped and rotated:



    There are several other renditions in the image further up the hill. Look for the cartoon "detective" and to his right, there's another human face but, these are very faint barely visible and are created on the typical side of an embankment.

    If we had a higher resolution .tif image than the low-quality 277 kb available, things could get very interesting indeed!
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    A city like no other

    My profession as an Architectural designer is mainly on residential design concentrated around the San Francisco Bay area. My time is spent in high rise construction and with over 35 years years of practice, I've developed a very keen eye for the principles of Rational Design.

    Of course, we have no idea what an alien city would look like, although science fiction writers have come up with some real beauties since the subject was speculated upon at the turn of the century.

    But, I believe there are "constants" in design principles that should be pervasive throughout the galaxy and are probably adopted by intelligent life into "shape and form" by anthropomorphic third-density beings.

    Physical beings (as opposed to incorporeal beings) need to travel in third density from point A to point B and so on, thus there is the need for structural design that follows function and even so to the alien form.

    The question is, could we even recognize an alien city?

    Academia has predicted the moon has an ocean (possibly) covered by a global multi kilometer thick ice pack, that we have all been served up after the first images "in color" sent back by the Galileo mission in the mid-90s.
    Now, Just for one moment, may I suggest we throughout these preconceived notions and let's take a closer look at that enigmatic dynamic surface.
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    Oh, It's getting late now so I wanted to post these highly magnified surface images and return a little later for future discussion if you don't mind,





    The image shown above in the red rectangle:

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