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Why do we see 'doors', 'pyramids' and 'faces' on Mars ?


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Pareidolia.

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18 minutes ago, onlookerofmayhem said:

Pareidolia.

Our brains make patterns/shapes out of randomness so that we can make sense of it. We love our symmetry. 

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I like 'Bigfoot on Mars'. :lol:

Teeny Little Bigfoot on Mars | The Planetary Society

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Because we really really really want to believe that there is or has been other life in the universe.

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Because how else Martians are to go inside their pyramid homes, and show what their faces look like?

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Why is a bot posing questions?

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1 hour ago, quiXilver said:

Why is a bot posing questions?

It's a crisis actor in training.

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3 hours ago, astrobeing said:

Because we really really really want to believe that there is or has been other life in the universe.

Exactly. And of course, unless one is completely narcissistic there are numerous intelligent life forms "out there"

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5 hours ago, NCC1701 said:

It is a Door of Perception.

Door to december? Now that would be scary. 

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Why, when I was a little kid and my parents were driving across the country, did I see faces, and animals, and all sorts of things in those fluffy clouds when I looked out the car window?
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Here is my paredolia masterpiece. I call it "Trump at warp speed". This image resides on my bedroom wooden floor. My co-op buidling's marble lobby is a gallery of pareidolia. In my photo, Trump's head is traveling right to left, closer to the left edge and you can see "his" nose, chin, grin and his long, wavy flowing hair. It may take you a few moments but "he's" visible.

 

Pareidolia Trump at warp speed 2.JPG

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On 5/30/2022 at 9:04 PM, NYCEddie said:

Here is my paredolia masterpiece. I call it "Trump at warp speed". This image resides on my bedroom wooden floor. My co-op buidling's marble lobby is a gallery of pareidolia. In my photo, Trump's head is traveling right to left, closer to the left edge and you can see "his" nose, chin, grin and his long, wavy flowing hair. It may take you a few moments but "he's" visible.

 

Pareidolia Trump at warp speed 2.JPG

Looks more like a lizard to me, to be honest. 

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On 6/11/2022 at 12:05 AM, badeskov said:

Looks more like a lizard to me, to be honest. 

Did you call trump a reptile?

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On 5/28/2022 at 2:19 PM, pallidin said:

Exactly. And of course, unless one is completely narcissistic there are numerous intelligent life forms "out there"

Yes, we narcissists are always demanding evidence.

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I try to keep an open mind about almost everything… but if there was some sort of extinct civilization on mars and it left anything for us to see now after this many millions of years… it would resemble, um a mound. Well it would actually be, at most, a very low elevation mound.

With its atmosphere and constant bombing of solar radiation and a dead core (last I checked) I can’t see anything being below ground either. I hate to toss out a definite opinion… but if I had to, I’d label - fantasy.

 

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13 hours ago, Nobu said:

I try to keep an open mind about almost everything… but if there was some sort of extinct civilization on mars and it left anything for us to see now after this many millions of years… it would resemble, um a mound. Well it would actually be, at most, a very low elevation mound.

With its atmosphere and constant bombing of solar radiation and a dead core (last I checked) I can’t see anything being below ground either. I hate to toss out a definite opinion… but if I had to, I’d label - fantasy.

 

Lets just speculate for a moment, lets say at one time mars was a thriving world and had a civilization how long would it take to look as it now does?

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17 hours ago, Nobu said:

With its atmosphere and constant bombing of solar radiation and a dead core (last I checked) I can’t see anything being below ground either.

I don't follow this logic. I picture a civilization as having large tall buildings made of masonry and metal. Solar radiation wouldn't destroy those and a dead core would prevent earthquakes from knocking them over. There is no rain and the thin atmosphere can only blow light dust around. It's seems like Mars would be the best place in the solar system to preserve these kinds of structures and that they would be easy to find.

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 A while back some clowns got an article into this junk place called JSE. They asked their readers to look at all of the infrastructure in a photo. Had they stated what they actually thougt it would have been a failure. Did they suggest roads, power lines, pipes, etc. No. They wanted fools to fill in whatever they imagined.

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On 6/22/2022 at 1:36 AM, the13bats said:

Did you call trump a reptile?

Haha, no, that would be rude of me. I just thought it looked more like a reptile than Trump. Honest assessment. 
 

Cheers,

Badeskov

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11 hours ago, the13bats said:

Lets just speculate for a moment, lets say at one time mars was a thriving world and had a civilization how long would it take to look as it now does?

Without being an astrophysicist/astrobiologist, a few billion years for the atmosphere to essentially evaporate into space and dry out the surface of the planet. 
 

Again, I cannot claim any credentials in these fields, so just shooting from the hip. 
 

Cheers,

Badeskov

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2 hours ago, badeskov said:

Without being an astrophysicist/astrobiologist, a few billion years for the atmosphere to essentially evaporate into space and dry out the surface of the planet.

But that won't erase masonry and metal. We were building with stones early in our civilization.

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On 6/22/2022 at 8:44 AM, astrobeing said:

Yes, we narcissists are always demanding evidence.

Huh. I demand evidence, and I am not a narcissist. But I also greatly admire those whom are bold enough to explore possibilities without prior evidence.

Explorers, both scientific and otherwise, have made numerous discoveries without prior evidence.

Laboratories, within both government and private facilities (think 3M, for just one example) do this all the time.

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