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Ok, then below are links to the images above still as pngs. If you cannot see them after downloading, then send me a message and I will make them into jpg files. Sorry, it is my English - what I meant was that I did not know what the object was and not that I did not know what you were showing us. As far as I am concerned, there is no problem with colouring anything to show what we should be looking at. The only reason I dont do it is because I have not learned how to do it with my image software. so I use arrows instead which are easier.

Links to the 5 png image files which can be downloaded if necessary (but as I say, they are processed and to be taken with large grain of salt)
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Either my browser or the site will not show .png files.

The only reason I colored the object in the second photo was because you said "I am really not sure what the left circle is showing as I cannot make it out". Thanks for replying.

 



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I always think that colour in these photos often confuses me and I think that a good black and white image makes it easier to see any anomalies. Then I can look at the colour ones if they will help increase the definition etc.

All these images in my post are manipulated by me and are NOT originals.Take them with a huge grain of salt.

In case anyone doesn't know, a stretched image is one where the range of greys is stretched. This evens out the gradient of greys in the image so that you do not have so much contrast of blacks and whites.

So here is a stretched images of the relevant part. On this rock there are lots of harder pieces sticking out which have not worn away as quiclky as most of the rest of it. These pieces could be fossilised somethings perhaps or just harder pieces of debris which became rock over the time period this was formed. Things that were not necessarily living matter when this rock was formed. You have to bear in mind this rock is not very large, so anything on it will be smaller.


stretched_1.png (above)
This stretched image shows the three 'things' along the spine of the rock and the left hand one appears to have markings or two white blobs on it. Dont know if this is to do with the stretching of the image or not. All three are clearly raised above the 'spine' as they have shadows. Now, they could be harder pieces of rock just like the other pieces sticking out at other places. It is just strange that these three all appear almost perfectly positioned along the spine of the rock.

The middle one is blurry and indistinct yet if you look closely appears to have three darker blobs within it.

The right hand one is probably the strangest as it looks like it has three steps or separate pieces at the right end. These are clearly separated from each other . There are a number of darker blobs on top and facing the camera it seems like an 'x' of darker colour.

No idea what these things could be and wildly guessing I would say they were either weird harder pieces of rock (unlikely due to their exact alignment along top spine of rock and strange shapes and colours) or something else...


expanded_13b.png (above)
Shows the right hand thing in closer stretched view on the spine of the rock.


expanded_6.png (above)
The following images shows a manipulated image where a certain the range of greys has been expanded. This particular manipulation often highlights things in shadow and lightens the darker areas. The areas above a certain lightness in the original are made darker due to the expanding of the shadows and making those areas lighter. The range of values we have to play with in a non-colour image generally is 0-255 and so if we expand the lower values making them lighter, then there is not enough range at the top to make the brightest areas even whiter.


expanded_9.png (above)
What I think about this image which is interesting is the 'cave entrance' (left red arrow) at the face nearest the camera and an exactly matching but smaller 'cave entrance' (right red arrow) in the next rock face. I imagine there may be a 'cave exit' (green arrow) opposite that other rock's 'cave entrance' (right red arrow) making what we are looking at is a tunnel system under the rock. Of course, this is only complete speculation but there are other 'cave-like entrances' around the base of the first rock, particularly to the left side of it.

Whenever I see fuzzed out areas which are in between rocks (such as the area to the right of the green arrow in expanded_9.png) I immediately think of pipework being obscured because it is anomalous to have straight lines in an image of Mars. Also bear in mind that these things do not have to be large to be effective for the beings who use them - if they themselves are small.


expanded_11.png (above)
This image is really to show the right facing side of the rock which I think might have a spider-shaped or fan-shaped collection of pipes (light blue arrow) and up and to the right of this fan-shaped collection of pipes is a feint second collection. Going straight up to the spine of the rock from there is an area which has been fuzzed out. This I feel might be a chimney of sorts although not sure due to the fuzziness. In the centre of the line of the blue arrow is what appears to be a pipe which goes up and to the left and then bends to the left. I feel that it would be highly coincidental if this were an artifact created by the compression algorithms or manipulations.

Let me know if you need to see the full size expanded or stretched image. The original before manipulation was taken from the official source listed above.



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 Thanks for replying. The left circle is what I belive to be stacked or grouped tubes of some type, embedded in the stone/aggregate/mud  or whatever soil this is.  They have the appearance of being hollow in the center from the dark marks on the ends that correspond with each "tube".  The threads could be part of an apparently obfuscated area and is impossible to tell what they really are or are a part of. There is a fair amount of image artifacting when Zoomed in but the objects are not part of that.

Tubes 2 copy.jpg

 

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I am really not sure what the left circle is showing as I cannot make it out. It has a shadow so it is definitely raised from the top of the rock and it does look like there are 3 or 4 separate panels or planks, or strips to the right. To the rear of it, the left side appears to be higher due to the shadow being longer. I have some processed images which may shed some light on it. I will post them later and comment on the rest later too.

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http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia/raw/?rawid=0826ML0036290020401139E01_DXXX&s=826

 

Apparent fossilized tubes and thread like structures in latest pics.

0826ML0036290020401139E01_DXXXa.jpg

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