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Yes it does look like a coral reef to me. Very old and worn down perphaps but, looks like old coral.smile

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Chandre could you move the posts referencing computer generated images to the corresponding thread I opened: Are mars Images fractally generated?

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Does this look like a coral reef to you?It look more like an impressionist display of art by Picasso. In fact it is a computer fractally generated image cry

And it's attributed to nothing less than HIRISE.

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ref: http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_1562.html

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Uther I already discarded that hypothesis of explaining the fractals. The whole landscape obeys to the same fractal math artifacts layout. It's not like some parts obey some fractals geometry another part another .. the fractals pervade every mars image, in a continuum fashion they don't respect constrainst boudnaries or limits. We are fooled by further shadow and depth processing.

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confuseOk I read the posting about fractial computer genterated images.
I see where your going with this whole (don't trust the data) routine.
However you stated in one of your comments that these fractial also
appear in nature plants, seashells, etc.......
So if Mars is a giant coral reef then that would also explain it right?

Like in my youtube video?

http://www.youtube.com/user/UtherPendragan#p/u/0/KaJrj6f2uT4

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This is the Cydonia area with the Face, Skull, Fort, Pyrimid etc.....
I used the ESA image right off there site.
I only used this area because its familar to most Mars-Minded
people. It does not really matter where you go on Mars this
binary patten is everywhere. Here is the link:

http://www.esa.int/esa-mmg/mmg.pl?topic=&subtopic=&keyword=cydonia&subm2=GO

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-- Edited by Chandre on Tuesday 23rd of November 2010 02:39:24 PM

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I have got to hand it to you. That would certainly explain the binary pattern all over the surface.

ITS ALL FAKE! An overlay of some sort,  computer generated craters/domes.

There all connected by these so called glass tubes. What is your best guess about those?

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-- Edited by Chandre on Tuesday 23rd of November 2010 02:37:52 PM

-- Edited by Chandre on Tuesday 23rd of November 2010 02:38:32 PM

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1110111010111011010101011011010101011111 - The basic langauge of a computer cpu which allows us to see images on the internet. control robots. operate our washing machine.. infact power our modern world.

Pixels are the basic unit of images. the size of the pixels governs the resolution of the image one views.. (Nice image Fruit ;_))

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Uther Pendragan wrote:

Anyone want to take a guess as to why all these craters next to each other are the same size?smile



Hi Pendragan,
I presume u can show us Using hiRes or any other image source a better close up of the area to show exactly the structure of these Volcanic / impact / artificial  craters..  believe me I understand what your getting act but you need to get in closer to let us and the general public get a better idea of   what ur getting act. 
It is a fascinating region. (@ MarsRocks - I think this is ur tigers claw region??)

Cheers
interesting post.. Looking forward to your finds.
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The same way this Cosmic image was created (notice binary patterns in the stars too) smile



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Anyone want to take a guess as to why all these craters next to each other are the same size?smile

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-- Edited by Chandre on Tuesday 23rd of November 2010 02:36:09 PM

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