Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by HATEtheRisk, Jul 6, 2012.
Alien abductors have asked me to probe them.
I don't like to be coerced, but in this case I made an exception.
This Summer, precisely one year after a strange fractal "crop glyph" appeared in a field just outside the Chilbolton Radio telescope grounds, in Hampshire, England, another, even stranger glyph appeared (above). According to Darcy Ladd, Manager of the Chilbolton Radio Observatory, in an interview with Colin Andrews, the image appeared âsuddenly on the morning of August 14th.â According to Mr. Ladd, âNo unusual activity was seen that morning, in the field or [in terms of] aircraft overhead, etc â¦.â According to the Manager, Chilbolton does have security cameras, but they are not equipped for night vision surveillance. The cameras captured ânothing unusual.â
The image which confronted the Telescope personnel that morning bore a striking resemblance to the July, 1976 Viking image of the "Face on Mars" -- right down to the appearance of asymmetry and "erosion" on the right hand side. Curiously (considering what was to happen next) this âCydonia resemblance glyphâ appeared just four days after our own publication of a provocative, new, comprehensive theory of Mars â our Mars Tidal Model Paper (that detail will become important later). Though first noticed by the telescope employees on the 14th, the Chilbolton "Face" was not reported (and NOT by the facility staff) until Sunday, August 19th.
Its announcement in England caused an immediate worldwide sensation on the Internet â not the least, because it struck many observers as a deliberate effort to remind everyone of the infamous Face on Mars. For one thing, the Face crop effort seemed to be designed to replicate the light and shading of the original Viking Cydonia image (below, right). The Face turned out, under a "Gaussian blur filter" (thanks to Paul Lowrance â below, left), to bear a strong resemblance to a somewhat primitive human face -- not unlike the left hand side of the human/feline hybrid of the Face on Mars ... if the Faceâs erosion was removed. But, the Chilbolton glyph lacked a key feature of the Cydonia Face -- the distinctive "platform" around the base. In place of this, however, it was obviously carefully placed within a frame (see above). Was this done to underscore its connection to the prior Viking pictures?
But there were other, far more sophisticated aspects, which drew people to this glyph. The whole thing seemed to be made up of cells, which bore a striking resemblance to the half-tone âdotsâ used to create newspaper pictures, or the pixels of a digital image. These "pixels" were made up of a series of darker standing tufts of wheat, with the bright "pixels" created by the gently swirled down stalks between (below).
The deliberately-created illusion in this glyph (below) -â that the lighting is coming from the upper left (as in the original Viking Cydonia frame), when in fact Steve Alexanderâs aerial photograph was taken with the sunlight on the field coming from the lower right â is further testimony to the superb optical physics embodied in this effort. And, remember - -this was achieved in a waving field of wheat, not the most permanent medium to work with. And there was another "cute" touch: the Face glyph was placed in the field in such a way that the âtramlineâ scanned across the ânoseâ cuts it almost exactly in half -- another subtle reminder of the dual-Face image at Cydonia?
According to Manager Ladd, five days after the Face initially appeared, a second striking -- and strikingly different -- glyph suddenly materialized in the same field (below) -- only a few hundred feet from the "Face." But this second glyph, at first dubbed the "Persian carpet," had a far more compelling story to tell than the mere appearance of âa âface.â Crop circle investigators in England quickly realized that this second glyph was a near dead ringer for a âSETIâ (Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence) message composed and transmitted from the Arecibo Radio Telescope in Puerto Rico in 1974 â 27 years before and thousands of miles away from this Chilbolton field (below, left). That original Message, conceived by Frank Drake, the late Carl Sagan, and a few other colleagues at Arecibo, contained information about the human race, our solar system, and our means of communication. Yet, after a second look, there were subtle but crucial differences between this historic SETI transmission, and the apparent âalien responseâ appearing at Chilbolton in 2001.
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