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Dear Professor Stewart,Thank you.I anticipated your sensitivity, and understand. However, I am only trying to seek common ...
Therefore, waiting, in this case professor, isnt an option. Ive waited long for an opportunity likethis, and now the waiti...
understand that sometimes things have to given enough time for people to eventually get to thatpoint. You cannot rush such...
On 01/29/13 8:19 AM, Ronald Stewart wrote:--------------------About your comment :"Who said anything about (me) needing a ...
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31 January 2013 Response to private message.

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  1. 1. Dear Professor Stewart,Thank you.I anticipated your sensitivity, and understand. However, I am only trying to seek common ground.Regarding my ambitions, even if no one accepts my views about Mars, my ongoing developing skillsto bring out the slightest details in Mars images, like that of the Face, HiRiSE version, can bebeneficial to anyone who needs specific data about a certain target area on Mars or other celestialbodies, including Earth.So even if I would be completely rejected by the established scientific community regarding theremains of ancient civilizations on Mars, I could still be called upon to help out in other ways.Regarding your remark about waiting until the world is ready; well, how long would that take, andwill it ever be ready if the information isnt available and shown?All Im doing is showing the anomalies and challenge the scientific community to come up with anacceptable explanation to what every one of those represent if this would be asked from them.If a Stonehenge kind of structure shows up, like in Heimdal Crater, it should be properly looked into.I have a few years left I guess, and would like to continue developing my skills to the point of nearperfection. Indeed this requires complete commitment and enormous efforts, but if the "want to" isgreat enough, the "how to" becomes much easier, and the greatest sacrifices but a footnotecompared to what will be there to reap in the end.For me this is primarily an ideological endeavor, and the pace of progress is picking up. Better resultsare showing as my skills continue to develop, and processing the images becomes a second nature.Regardless of whether or not the "old school" scientists will ignore my work, future scientists will noteven understand why their predecessors were so resentful towards this new information. They willbe the ones thatll make the difference in tomorrows world, and whether or not Ill be still around, Ihope my efforts will inspire them, and help them to unravel the secrets of ancient Mars.
  2. 2. Therefore, waiting, in this case professor, isnt an option. Ive waited long for an opportunity likethis, and now the waiting is over.Hopefully, somehow, someday, we can both shake off our resentment and join hands to help theworld take its next steps forward into the future where two planets become one world!Thank you for your inspiration,Freyk JohnOn 01/30/13 7:22 AM, Ronald Stewart wrote:--------------------1/20/2013Dear Freyk,Hi, my writing you in private was just that. I respected you enough that if I was not quite clear onsomething I was not going to ask you a question in a Linked In public forum that would make theiamging system you developed look as if it had problems or the sort.. Sometimes its the better amdmore professional thing to do and say when you write someone in private and address something.If I came on too strong there was no intention to do this and make you feel this way. However, youshould understand that all of us have our pet projects. You have yours and I have mine. My imagingsystem is mine because I develope it through the school of 15 inspiration and 99% perspiration, andthrough the school of hard knocks. Therefore, maybe once in while Im a little sensitve about it. But,Im trying to improve in that area. Were all human.Ive changed my view to this and appreciate it. However, at the same time aI respect you greatly inwhat your trying to do in trying to show (supposedly) that at one time there was life on Mars etc.long ago. However, the whole point is: "Even "IF" it were true" who would accept it ? The bottomline is:"The world would not be ready for that even "IF" it were true". So, why try to rush what theworld may or may not be ready for "IF" such a thing were true ? You have to use wisdom and
  3. 3. understand that sometimes things have to given enough time for people to eventually get to thatpoint. You cannot rush such things that are usually out of a persons control.I wish you the best also in your endeavors. I believe youre a good person. I just think your trying topush something that may leave you alone all by yourself in the matter in the process. Especially "IF:your trying to get :"Mainstream Science" to promote your agenda(s).Good Luck!Best Regards,Ron StewartOn 01/30/13 6:40 AM, Freyk John Geeris wrote:--------------------Dear Professor Stewart,Please allow me to respond;I didnt state anything. I just merely asked a question. Im quite frankly shocked by your reply. Iwatched your videos and impressed by the results I thought Id ask you, thats all. I didnt mean tostate anything. Why would you think so, and why such a hostile response? Might I have saidanything else prior to this that would justify that?I hope you consider changing your view,Regards,Freyk
  4. 4. On 01/29/13 8:19 AM, Ronald Stewart wrote:--------------------About your comment :"Who said anything about (me) needing a considerable amount of time toenhance the target image ? That was never even brought up in this discussion so why do you makestatemenst that were not even stated or talked about, and who are you to state how long it eithertakes or does not to enhance an image ?Your comment is completely out of context.Goodbye!

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