|Subj:||Re: [KENT] What caved-in the Face?|
|Date:||5/25/01 1:18:59 PM Pacific Daylight Time|
Upon first view my impression of the processed data was that the sudden change in texture from the middle ridge to the right looked abrupt and contrived. In artist's language the overall image seemed to lack the principle of unity.
I then checked the unprocessed data:
Conclusion: If someone tweaked the data they must have done so at the level of the raw unprocessed version.
Setting aside the scrubbed-data possibility, which may or may not be a factor, I then moved on to the damaged geology theory as seen below.
In a message dated 5/25/01 11:01:10 AM Pacific Daylight Time, ANON writes:
Can you work up a straight artistic analysis of this feature -- forgetting for a minute WHERE it is, and all the propoganda swirling about it? How (the age and erosion notwithstanding) does it strike you ARTISTICALLY?
In a message dated Fri, 25 May 2001 11:49:31 AM Eastern Daylight Time, BARDSQUILL writes:
Central ridge and right side of mound are of a separate character and texture.
Looks like a cave-in, think of implications concerning internal chambers.
Was this a result of an impact?
Weird email received in 1998, along with a raft of other communications, anonymous (alas) "insider" allegedly a member of a Physical Evidence Acquisition and Containment team [PEAC, USA equivalent to Goering's elite antiquities acquisition teams] US team allegedly goes by Sipcat 10:
EMAIL: 98-04-19 09:22:13 EDT:
Remember the ship we lost about 2 years ago, as it arrived in Mars orbit it just disappeared? [Mars Orbiter]...it was a nuke. It exploded 1500 feet above surface...it was supposed to remove the face and pyramids.
Compare the Cairn at Cydonia at Mars Prime Meridian, with Newgrange at Earth's ancient Prime Meridian
Best general reference link:
INTERNET MESSAGE 5/28/01 12:30 AM PST
The recently released picture face_E03-00824_proc.gif by NASA shows
a clear sing of digital manipulation at pixel location 715,821 this
is clearly noted by using paint pro shop profesional adjusting brightness to
49 and contrast to 16 at a 4:1 amplification factor,to
be "hi quality" and "hi resolution" the picture rendering is such a
bad quality it clearly shows the "cuts" and "paste" mismatch of the
digital picture sections.(use cursor to locate pixel at 715,821 at 4:1
ratio with Paint SP. note the secuential horizontal mismatch of area
features (this is not the only one) .