I left this in draft for a while, undecided about posting it because in the process of researching I found that the conspiracy people were making serious claims that kinda got all over my intended satire.
You see the famous "face" shape there in the upper-right corner? They're saying this image clearly shows that it really is a representation of a human-like face and point out a lot of other "structures" all over the picture, which struck me as really reaching, to say the least.
So I was gonna point out, a few clicks due south of the "face" what looks to me like a human skull - kinda bashed in and missing part of its jaw but still,
pretty skully looking. No? They're saying it's some kind of circular dome type building. Oh! And over in the bottom left of this frame, northwest of the round crater is a smaller crater with some criss-crossed lines in it. See that? It's supposed to be the remains of a Nasa emblem!
Anyway all that kinda stole my thunder for 'discovering' the bashed in skull monument.
Cool images anyway, eh?
Speaking of which, cool images that is, I took the screen-caps below because upon rewatching the 2005 Godzilla I noticed a mistake that I made the first time I watched it. Namely, I was disappointed 'cause the coolest Godzilla ever didn't breath fire - I thought! The first time it looked to me like he/she/it just roared at 'em and his roar was so strong it blew the vehicles into each other and they exploded, so's it kinda looked like he was breathing fire but he really wasn't. Wrong!
Lookie up in his mouth, along the edges of his tongue. You can see the flames being generated right up in there.
Ah well, this is probably common knowledge, too, but it excited me when I noticed it.
And screen caps are really fun to do. I just recently discovered how easy that is, too.