Ok, the other threads were locked due to wrong arguing.
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While researching for one of the closed threads, I found this: http://www.nasafiles.com/ I think it was a link from one of the poster's signatures, but am not sure.
Flashing light: A flashing light in space would result in overly bright camera following by normal camera brightness. This cycles between slightly over bright and darkness. Is the sun going out? Don't think so. More likely the camera is going out or having a hard time deciding on what shutter.
BG Steven Lovekin: he "entered the military in 1958" and "served under Kennedy until I left the service in August of 1961."
How did he make BG (O-7) in three years? Most people don't make Captain (O-3) in three years. It takes more than 20 years to make BG.
Ghosts show up on thermal imagine? Ghosts (if they even exist) don't have bodies, right? So what's producing the IR? And what's the image on the shoulder? Looks like an emblem a security guard would wear. Probably following the guys into the mine to see what they were up to.
UFO STS_101: Passes by a spinning object (pulsations). Why would any UFO with amazing maneuverability need anticollision lights? "I'M HERE! SEE ME?" Reality check needed. May be unidentified, sure. But aliens? No evidence of aliens at all. Merely evidence that STS passed by something. I'll bet if they time-dated the video with NORAD's known space objects they'd ID it asap.
Trilobite fossil on mars. Trilobit vertebrae are perpendicular to their spines. The photo shows them slanted. Probably markings from the RAT, the "rock abrasion tool" which ground "a hole in the rock previously."
Does anyone know if ejecta from an Earth meteorite impact would have enough velocity to make it to Mars? That would explain it if it were really a trilobite fossile.
All I see is evidence that if you take enough photos of anything with varied surface textures you'll start recognizing images of something!
Steam rising? Looks just like the barely illuminated rock at the upper edge of the crater. Is that steam too? I think not. Probably rock, just like the other. Only way to tell for sure is to take video. Steam moves. Rock doesn't.