I was just looking at another thread about Ceres and couldn’t help notice something in the images.
This is the original direct from NASA, the only alterations I’ve made are a reduction in size so that it fits ats forum, and I’ve added some red lines.
Notice that each red line runs parallel to a straight line feature that’s just to the right of each red line.
Its those straight line features that caught my eye.
How are they made?
Normally such features are the result of a piece of rock rolling across the surface that leaves a furrow as it travels. But in NASA’s picture these features are raised!
So, I inverted the picture!
I think this picture looks much more natural, and those straight line features are now furrows, just as we’d expect!
Also, the bright spots that have intrigued so many people are now black spots! Much more likely than bright spots!
Please look closely at both pictures, which do you think looks more natural?
The next picture is of the moon. On the left is the original picture, on the right I have inverted it. Notice how the craters are now raised, just like the pictures of Ceres!
Compare it with the picture below of Ceres.
Look at the inverted picture of the Moon and compare it with the picture that nasa presents of Ceres.
So what’s more likely, bright spots on Ceres or dark spots?
Has nasa inverted the picture so that bright spots appear? causing the public to be more willing to supply nasa with more money?