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  1. Marqueur

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    The 'man' ON the moon? Shadow resembling an alien-like figure captured beside craters on the lunar surface
    • YouTube user Wowforreal has posted a video showing the strange figure
    • It can also been seen on Google Moon at 27°34’26.35″N 19°36’4.75″W
    • The find was made by looking over thousands of Google Moon images
    • The users has previously claimed to see an alien spaceship on the moon
    • Seeing familiar things in random objects is a known as Pareidolia
    • Scientists claim we also tend to use this ability to 'enrich our imagination' and recognise meaningful shapes, even when they're not there
    By ELLIE ZOLFAGHARIFARD FOR MAILONLINE

    PUBLISHED: 10:42 GMT, 13 August 2014 | UPDATED: 12:24 GMT, 13 August 2014


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    From a lunar base to alien spaceships, the dark secrets hidden in the moon's surface have long been a source of fascination for conspiracy theorists.

    Now one YouTube user believes he has made the ultimate find on images from Google Moon - an alien figure lurking in the satellite’s deep craters.

    Wowforreel's video shows what he says could be an alien figure walking along the surface and it has already been viewed more than two million times in less than a month.

    However, the most likely explanation for the sighting is a psychological phenomenon called Pareidolia, which is the brain's response to seeing faces and other significant objects in random stimulus.

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    What is this mystery figure on the moon? The image was spotted online on Google Moon by web user Jasenko



    WHAT IS PAREIDOLIA?
    Seeing familiar things in random objects is nothing new.

    The phenomenon is called Pareidolia is the psychological response to seeing faces and other significant and everyday items in random stimulus.

    It is a form of apophenia, which is when people see patterns or connections in random, unconnected data.

    Human eyes can spot faces within their environment and it helps them recognise friends in a crowd, work out how fast a car is travelling, and see patterns.

    Scientists claim we also tend to use this ability to 'enrich our imagination' and recognise meaningful shapes, even when they're not there.

    The strange shape can also be seen on Google Moon at 27°34’26.35″N 19°36’4.75″W.

    Tom Rose, a paranormal explainer, wrote in the Examiner the figure bears an uncanny resemblance to what the ancient statue, 'The Colossus of Rhodes', is thought to have looked like before it was felled a massive earthquake in 226 BC.

    Wowforreel said he started investigating the shadow after receiving an online tip from another web user named Jasenko.


    ‘An irregularly shaped dark spot he noticed on Google Moon looks like it could be a cast shadow from a massive standing object, or figure,’ Wowforreeel told UFO Sighting Daily.

    ‘At first I thought maybe it was something drawn into the picture but after going to Google Moon, whatever it is or isn't…uh, is there.’

    The images used to create the lunar images for Google's moon series come from Nasa. However, the space agency has yet to comment on exactly what they believe the image shows.




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    'An irregularly shaped dark spot he noticed on Google Moon looks like it could be a cast shadow from a massive standing object, or figure,' Wowforreeel told UFO Sighting Daily



    This isn’t the first time that Wowforreel has spotted strange objects after ploughing through Google’s moon series.

    In January, the user highlighted controversial images which showed what he believed could be a secret alien base or spaceship on the moon.

    The triangular anomaly, spotted on Google's map of the moon, had rows of seven light-like dots along its edge.

    Tech and Gadget News: 'The gigantic shape actually looks like the leading edge of an immense, triangular space ship, similar to, so far, super secret stealth aircraft technology, but is much larger than any airplane ever built on Earth.

    'The regularly spaced, circular promontory shapes which make up the seven points on the perfectly formed triangle wedge seem to be intelligently designed.


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    This triangular anomaly with rows of seven light-like dots along its edge has been tracked down on the Google Moon viewer


    Is THIS an ALIEN BASE on the MOON?

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    The two-sided, triangular feature on the lunar surface, was uncovered paranormal researcher WowForReeel. It can be found on the Google Moon viewer at coordinates 22042'38.46N and 142034'44.52E

    THE GOOGLE MOON VIEWER
    Google Moon works in a similar way to Google Earth. It was launched in 2009 on the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing.

    The landing site of each of the Apollo missions is shown on the satellite image, providing more information on each mission as the user zooms in.

    The first version of Google Moon only included low-resolution satellite imagery of the entire moon, and when zoomed in too close, a Swiss cheese pattern would appear.

    'To date, no other feature has ever been discovered which matches this shape on the moon, or any other planet observed by satellite or exploratory rover.

    'The anomaly is so huge, it's possible it is some sort of moon base used as a facility for storing and launching alien UFO spacecraft.'

    The same YouTube user also claims to have found a similar mystery structure on Earth, nestled under the ice in Antarctica.

    'It is also a triangular shape, measuring 125 by 90mtres.

    'It is unique in the area,' he said.

    Tricks of light in space photography have led to a number of excited reports about alien life in our solar system.

    In November, paranormal researchers found what they believed to be evidence of a fossilised iguana on the surface of Mars.

    The mysterious object was spotted by UFO Sightings Daily who uncovered the photograph in Nasa’s archives.


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    Earlier this week a 'human face' was pointed out by the German Aerospace Centre's youth portal, DLR_next, on the Rosetta's comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko



    ‘This is not the first animal found on Mars, actually there have been about 10-15 to date,’ Mr Warring told news site agoracosmopolitan.com.

    ‘I even found a rock that moved four times in four photos...then vanished on the fifth.’

    More recently, a 'human face' was pointed out by The German Aerospace Centre's youth portal, DLR_next, on the Rosetta's comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.

    Seeing familiar objects in random objects is nothing new. The phenomenon is called Pareidolia is the psychological response to seeing faces and other significant and everyday items in random stimulus.

    It is a form of apophenia, which is when people see patterns or connections in random, unconnected data.

    Human eyes can spot faces within their environment and it helps them recognise friends in a crowd, work out how fast a car is travelling, and see patterns.

    Scientists claim we also tend to use this ability to 'enrich our imagination' and recognise meaningful shapes, even when they're not there.



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    In November, paranormal researchers found what they believed to be evidence of a fossilised iguana on the surface of Mars. The mysterious object (left) was first spotted by UFO Sightings Daily who uncovered the photograph in Nasa’s archives. They claim that it could be a fossilised iguana



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    Know what's the one common thing between all supposed images/videos/visual proof of alien existence?

    It is always blurred or pixelated.
     
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