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Offline raburgeson

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #150 on: July 04, 2008, 07:43:51 AM »
It's gone everywhere, well, almost.

http://rapidshare.com/files/123646219/HusbandHillMainRar.rar.html

Someone can check the file header for the source. I knew this picture was going to get pulled from the net. It takes a lot of power to make something disappear from the net. I mentioned it was getting very rare on chemtrailcentral well it's got more than rare they even managed to get megashare to dump it. You might also find it on wikipedia yet. This file used to be all over. I just checked that link get it before they jerk it too.

This link was put up the same time and can be view with the link from megashare at chemtrailcentral.com.
NASA made a big mistake releasing that picture and they know it.

Offline utilitarian

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #151 on: July 04, 2008, 05:31:56 PM »
It takes a lot of power to make something disappear from the net.

How many joules to press the "delete" key?

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #152 on: July 05, 2008, 02:42:17 PM »
OK, I learned to never type those words on the net. Took me 2 days to get back. Maybe the horizon part is getting me in trouble. The mountains you can't see for real in the background at the top of the picture as far as I can tell aren't real.  I think the water is. Never mind that, about one third of the way up from the bottom is the far crater rim, this is within real camera range. From the right scroll left slowly along the top of the rim. You will see a rock that was airbrushed there so badly at the starting point that it looks like it's not on the ground. The mountains at the extreme top have no features what so ever and there existence can't even be verified. You should see what looks like a lot of buildings fuzzy. If you play with the zoom and contrast, you will notice each building is hooked to a tank about the size of a normal 300 gallon propane tank like you see in the country. Also you will notice it's hooked to another tank. Between these tanks and homes are airbrushed nonsense. Shiny duct work hooked up in a way I've never seen and at least a instance of a shiny cylinder like a huge chrome hockey puck between tanks. I have limited zoom saving options, on a custom zoom this comes in clearer. On this crop from left to right. Do you see a shiny square, it looks like 2 foot thick round duct work piped in a square with more large pipes going back the left side of it. That doesn't seem to hook to anything and I count it not real. At the base of the square is a tank and immediately to the right is a bigger tank. Right of that is a shiny piece that again I discount as airbrushed cow patties. The house is completely out of focus at this zoom and is much smaller than you might think if you think you can see it in this crop. You can try though, It's dark with a light roof. The code I keep talking about both drags some of the pixels to the right but, inspection tells you they aren't connected to the building and, the code kind of exploded the pixels to make a ghost appearing house much larger at the same base line. If you can see that toss those things out and you are left with a little house. I've had it in focus a few times and have been unable to screen capture it. The tanks go out of focus when the house is in focus. If this was the real picture and not just some put together thumbs of the full camera shot that wouldn't happen. The original pictures had to be about 2 giga pixel pieces that made up this panorama. They are jerking us on purpose and not just with an airbrush.

Takes more than a delete key for some of these foreign sites. After cutting cable under the sea internet relations aren't that good between USA and some countries.
« Last Edit: July 05, 2008, 03:08:54 PM by raburgeson »

Offline raburgeson

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #153 on: July 07, 2008, 06:32:41 AM »
Let's stop worrying about little things and let me show you a big thing.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=2NKFO91C

The source file is there and I have made 2 wide screen and 2 full screen jpgs for a desktop background for you. I don't know if it is the largest water filter on Mars but, we don't have anything on Earth to compare with it.

If you use equalize on the picture or a screen it will show you the flow of water. Also that is water below it that's already run through.If you look the water levels are very noticeable.

Offline raburgeson

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #154 on: July 07, 2008, 10:34:54 PM »

Come on guys, they tried to cover this up with a few bogus closeups later as an after thought. Put it up for a week as a screener, it'll grow on you. This isn't a time to hear crickets and peep frogs, it's time for some serious chatter. This thing is mega square miles in size, NASA and anyone related in any way is not to be trusted.

The runoff is not filtered and I can't tell were the filtered water comes out, but obvious is obvious.

Offline Koen1

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #155 on: July 08, 2008, 02:01:35 PM »
Heh, that's a damn cool pic!! :D

I prefer the larger sand-coloured one, it looks nicer as a wallpaper,
but that patch of suspiciously wave-like "dunes" at the bottom of
the crater is certainly very interesting. ;D

Offline utilitarian

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #156 on: July 08, 2008, 04:01:52 PM »

Come on guys, they tried to cover this up with a few bogus closeups later as an after thought. Put it up for a week as a screener, it'll grow on you. This isn't a time to hear crickets and peep frogs, it's time for some serious chatter. This thing is mega square miles in size, NASA and anyone related in any way is not to be trusted.

The runoff is not filtered and I can't tell were the filtered water comes out, but obvious is obvious.

It is sand.  Sand can look very much like water.  Look at this right portion below, where there are some "waves" that are way above the rest of the "water".  If this was really water, you would not see this.  Sand can exist this way, though.

Offline raburgeson

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #157 on: July 08, 2008, 07:28:44 PM »
Those are filter bars. The smucks tried to hide a bridge right close, just follow the river down a bit and you will see they airbrushed a rock on the right side of it leaving the arc under the bridge and the top visible and the left. Also the rocks in the road don't exist. That is a huge water filter and you are in denial. It's partly my fault, I didn't have enough stuff to ease you into this. I gave you what little stuff I had first.

We did this not aliens. They have been there for decades and they hid science from us. The result is we have been using technology far to long that is redundant and are suffering from the environmental impact. The natural order of things in science would allow for better technologies before we wreck the planet.

That is water and it is not sand looking like water, use equalize on it with Photoshop and see the area of flow. You can't do that with sand. For the full picture to get the red out first use autolevels on it. You should do this on any panorama anyway because the light varies from one side of a picture to the other on each picture.

Earth panoramas submitted for viewing are usually equalized before they are posted. If it wasn't used you can make them look nicer by running autolevel on it.

Oil and coal derivatives are redundant fuels.

They believe they can hide in plain sight, that's straight out of their mouths. I'm not going to let them. They have hydrogen technologies locked up tight on a shelf. We paid for the research, it's time to use the results.
« Last Edit: July 08, 2008, 07:58:45 PM by raburgeson »

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #158 on: July 09, 2008, 07:07:35 PM »
How they make things look dry. It's the background code, zoom in on this 800%.

Those glass tubes, worms , what ever they called them way back when people found them make perfect sense now. They didn't at first because of the bulges in them. Now I see they were used to pipe water.

Offline utilitarian

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #159 on: July 09, 2008, 07:47:57 PM »
Those are filter bars. The smucks tried to hide a bridge right close, just follow the river down a bit and you will see they airbrushed a rock on the right side of it leaving the arc under the bridge and the top visible and the left. Also the rocks in the road don't exist.

Why would NASA, in the same photograph, airbrush rocks but leave a huge reservoir of the impossible-to-exist liquid water in plain sight? 

And no, those are not filter bars.  I do not even know what filter bars are, but if you look closely, the sand waves flow smoothly up.

Offline raburgeson

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #160 on: July 10, 2008, 01:31:17 AM »
Alright everyones fighting with pictures that are modified by airbrush, I'm going to show you something. I'll fight fire with fire.

I don't monkey with peoples minds. I modified this one crop out of being curious of what would
happen. I repeat I modified this. The results were amazing, I'll give you every detail of
the changes I made, When I do it to you I tell you, I'm not like the other side.

First I used auto level on the picture. Then I chose a water type flat area, it was yellow.
I replaced 5 of the colors in the flat space with any yucky blue and one light green. As
users of Photoshop can tell you Hue, brightness and shade is a terrible way to select a
color replace but that's what I did.

I backed out to 600% and searched the picture. Suddenly the tracks from the rover looked
right. The water that filled them answered so many questions about them I thought you should
see this. The puddles look right everything looks right. The whole picture didn't though.
Different light from different parts of the day and different airbrushers working on
different parts of the picture Make things different for the picture as a whole. A very
large part of the picture came out though.

I cut the crop at 8084 X 2450 from the lower left corner. It was to large so I reduced the
image to 7000 X 2131 so I could include the raw data in the same rar file. The color replace
was set at 50% defualt tranparency. I can't think of any other settings.

The raw crop I simply canvas sized it to 8084 X 2450 and reduced it to 7000 X 2131 so they
would have the exact same information in them size wise and view.

They have been doing this to you for years, let me do it once. I'd like to think there would
be a compromise but I don't think so because the tracks are so perfect. Well take a look, it
doesn't look dry up there after you see this.

http://rapidshare.com/files/128499898/RawAndEdited.rar.html , for the crops.

The source files name was everest_spirit_big.jpg. You can get it here. You need the whole
file to get autolevel to work the same. Remember to click the plus magnifying glass on the
picture before saving.

http://www.phys.ncku.edu.tw/~astrolab/mirrors/apod/image/0511/everest_spirit_big.jpg

They have been getting away with this crap far to long. I'm not the only one yelling foul either, search and see how many sites say the rover was stuck in the mud.

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #161 on: July 18, 2008, 01:21:27 AM »
Progress report. I have made progress studying the picture. The pipes (most of them are disinformation) are not pipes, they are cement cylinders. Poured into tubes of a reinforced plastic tube form. They do this right here on earth. I have a picture of cement cylinders I got right here in Erie along the lake front. They are using these to control the flow of water. I had a problem because the water flowing from the pipes never seemed to match up with the pipe completely. If there is any pipe in the picture it would be hard to identify which ones are actual pipe. I measured the cement cylinders on the Lake Erie shore and got 3 feet thick and 4 1/2 feet wide. I have no reason to believe the ones in the picture are smaller. This makes the crater larger than claimed. It also leaves a believable size for the building at the crater rim of 16 by 20 feet with ten foot high walls. This would also include erosion control. Those airbrushers are a bit better than I was giving them credit for. I will post the picture of the cement cylinders at chemtrailcentral.

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #162 on: July 18, 2008, 03:45:14 AM »
You never know... Maybe somebody is doing a lot of work on Mars, ready for when the space tourism age starts.

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #163 on: July 18, 2008, 03:48:41 AM »
Progress report. I have made progress studying the picture. The pipes (most of them are disinformation) are not pipes, they are cement cylinders. Poured into tubes of a reinforced plastic tube form. They do this right here on earth. I have a picture of cement cylinders I got right here in Erie along the lake front. They are using these to control the flow of water. I had a problem because the water flowing from the pipes never seemed to match up with the pipe completely. If there is any pipe in the picture it would be hard to identify which ones are actual pipe. I measured the cement cylinders on the Lake Erie shore and got 3 feet thick and 4 1/2 feet wide. I have no reason to believe the ones in the picture are smaller. This makes the crater larger than claimed. It also leaves a believable size for the building at the crater rim of 16 by 20 feet with ten foot high walls. This would also include erosion control. Those airbrushers are a bit better than I was giving them credit for. I will post the picture of the cement cylinders at chemtrailcentral.

How do you explain NASA leaving the pond of water clearly visible while making great effort to airbrush rocks and other irrelevant objects in the same photo?  After all, liquid water is not supposed to exist on Mars, based on everything NASA has told us.

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Re: Mars color
« Reply #164 on: July 18, 2008, 04:28:44 PM »
Well it's easy to say "that's not water, it's just sand dunes" and show a picture
of typical wavelike Safara sand dunes, and to follow it up with "and besides, our
Viking landers and Yaddayadda measurements all show there is no water on Mars.
So that stuff on the picture can't be water. So it's not. It's just sand.
Nothing to see here. Move along."

but it's less easy to say
"that's not water, it's sand. And that's not a drain pipe, it's a rock. And neither
is that coke can a coke can, it is also a rock. After all, our Viking landers never
spotted any coke nor drain pipes nor water, so that stuff can't be there. Q.E.D."
so they need to remove the drain pipe and the coke can from the picture which
they do by blurring it a bit in a rocky colour, and they paint the water with a
sandy texture and voila, a perfectly unsuspicious patch of wavey sand dunes.

;)