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Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Keith - 12-10-2005

This section is for those who have their own and others' space imaging and assorted planetary or other anomalies and theories to present.
Life/water on Mars, Ruins on Mars, Apollo missions, Moon anomalies, Ancient civilizations, ghosts, UFOs, aliens, whatever floats your boat.

Feel free to show us what makes you go hmmm.. but be prepared to review and discuss it peacefully and reasonably.
This is a Chain Mail moderated section of the forum.


glass domes - Jasper-TTT - 12-21-2005

keith can you direct me to some good pics off Glas Domes on the Moon ?

thanx in advance

jasper


- Keith - 12-21-2005

Here's one Steve Troy defines as a glass dome
http://www.lunaranomalies.com/mare.htm


- MaxtheKnife - 01-11-2006

Lol, I wouldn't define that as anything until I had higher resolution images!


- Keith - 01-26-2006

well.. their theory and all...'


- Anonymous - 05-07-2006

The man claimed that the pic was oddly blurred, as if there was some "stuff" between the objects on the moon and the camera...hmmm...could that "stuff" mean a substantial atmosphere...after all if there was a vacuum on the moon, the dirt particles would vacuum weld into a concrete-like mass and thus footprints would be next-to impossible if not impossible. Perhaps the wet sand-like soil is in fact wet sand!


- EA - 08-07-2006

Hello Mr. Laney.
Can I Play with DNA here?
...Of course in relation to Cydonia.


- Keith - 09-01-2006

Yes Mr. EA, you are most definitely welcome to tinker about the bases..
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Lookin for a lost thread - Simmering Frog - 09-23-2007

Hello,

I have been away.

What happened to the "Apollo 20" video with the alleged ancient spacecraft?

Thank you


Re: Lookin for a lost thread - jim - 09-23-2007

Quote:Hello,

I have been away.

What happened to the "Apollo 20" video with the alleged ancient spacecraft?

Thank you

If I recall correctly it turned out to be a hoax.


- EA - 10-06-2007

Olav phillips is re-Tooling anomalies Net.

Keith...I bet he wishes he was YOU.
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- rhw007 - 10-06-2007

[quote author="EA"]Olav phillips is re-Tooling anomalies Net.

Keith...I bet he wishes he was YOU.
Cheers Worship Brucelee

Bob... <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/reefer.gif" alt=":uni:" title="reefer" />


- sanme - 12-11-2007

Hello!

I'm new to the site and i don't know if this thing has been brought up before. I found this site after reading Dark Mission, as the site was quoted there. Anyway, i was looking randomly at some of the pictures posted on the site, and i've noticed something weird. Here is a picture that is posted under Spirit Color Images -> custom color close ups:

http://www.keithlaney.net/2P127604277-4483colornorm.jpg

There is this little rock on the right side, which does seem artificial. It has a quite perfectly round "bottom" with some rectangular hole in it and one of its visible sides is "shaven off", making it look like some instrument (don't know the name in english) for shaping materials like wood or something. Any comments about that? Does this seem artificial to you and how could "they" let a picture like that out, if there is something weird going on?

Btw. if you look at the central rock in the image, it looks quite symmetrical, although its not that obviously artificial. Both objects, in the center and on the right, seem to be made out of the same kind of "rock".


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Keith - 12-19-2007

not sure, start a thread about itin the forum and more people will see it.

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Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - chaiyah - 05-06-2008

Okay, here's what I found in the Rover file.

[Image: catsrover2bville.jpg]

Notice, the felines are all looking down the hill, at something

[Image: catswatchrov2bville.jpg]

not too distinct; but maybe it's somebody coming up the hill ?

a pride of felines and

[Image: marsWValleysnake.jpg]

a left-handed lady in a long green dress with short cropped black hair throwing a large (second!) rock at a huge snake about 2.5-3 times her height, in length.

Both in the Rover landscape.

Cool, eh?


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - chaiyah - 05-06-2008

What I notice in Mars photos is that people looking at them DON'T EXPECT to see any life at all.

I just tried to look at the photos with an open mind; and so, this is what I found.


Chai


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - rhw007 - 05-08-2008

Welcome to the THM chaiyah

:ARRR:


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - chaiyah - 05-09-2008

Thank you, Bob. I bet there's a lot more to see.

Nice quiet place to show up to. <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/herethere.gif" alt="Herethere" title="herethere" />



Chai


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Keith - 05-12-2008

we have a pretty detailed thread on the Martian statue

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=8978


Avalanche on MArs - sustayne - 07-17-2008

Hey! This may already be elsewhere on this site, but I thought it was awful neat!

At Space.com they have an image of an avalanche in progress on Mars. It must be huge. The dust cloud looks enormous.

Here is the link:

http://www.space.com/php/multimedia/imagedisplay/img_display.php?pic=080717-am-mars-alaska1-02.jpg&cap=This+is+the+first+image+of+a+martian+avalanche+ever+taken.+Credit%3A+NASA%2FJPL-Caltech%2FUniversity+of+Arizona%0D%0A

Go look!


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Orpbit2 - 07-17-2008

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=9342&p=88698#p88698

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Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - MaxtheKnife - 04-01-2009

Since it looks like he's wearing a jester's hat I call him the April Fool...

[Image: 04010901.jpg]

Link to full size ~2mb


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - almon - 05-29-2009

thats some really cute artwork


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Gforce - 04-19-2010

Found something while snooping around in the Mounds In Cydonia region.
(PSP_007981_2205)
Full image (greyscale map projected), using the IASviewer.
Pixel : 18163,57004
Data : 82
Display : 140
To me, the "ruin" looks geometric and buried under alot of sand. If its a trick of light, well cant blame me for trying... But looks anomalous to say the least.
[Image: marsanomaly2.jpg]
[Image: marsanomaly3.jpg]
[Image: marsanomaly4.jpg]
[Image: marsanomaly5.jpg]
[Image: marsanomaly6.jpg]
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Ps, the waypoints are there for directional purposes only.


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Gforce - 04-19-2010

/bump


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Gforce - 04-20-2010

Sooooooo. anybody anybody?... =(


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Gforce - 04-20-2010

Bueller...bueller...bueller....sigh.
ok guess it didnt warrant an answer, so must of been tirck of light. <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/dunno.gif" alt="Dunno" title="dunno" />


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Gforce - 04-23-2010

/bump


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Steve - 04-23-2010

Hard to say what it is Gforce - interesting none-the-less.

Steve


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Gforce - 04-23-2010

Thank you Steve <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/hi.gif" alt="Hi" title="hi" />


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - DJBarney - 04-23-2010

Worth following up if there are any other images, plus how big is that ?


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - Gforce - 04-23-2010

No clue Dj sorry. Im not sure how to measure size in an IASviewer image. I left the pixel coordinates, as im told would help to find the image easier.
'If there is a way to measure the image, i'd love to know. I find many anomalous objects in alot of photos, and never know there size. =(
Thx for the reply.
gforce


Re: Show 'em if you've got 'em! - DJBarney - 04-23-2010

MAP_SCALE = 0.25 <METERS/PIXEL>

From label file linked off the image page.