When Hayley moved from Spokane, Washington, to Boise City, Idaho, she found the people to be warm and welcoming, but she was struggling to make lasting friendships and relationships.
She wrote about her experiences on Reddit and soon connected with another user named Ladytedward, who’d also moved from Spokane to Boise.
I suspect that all of the whole left length of it is hidden under the rougher texture smudge and most of it is hidden on the right although some is still revealed there as well.
I think that all of what we are seeing here is essentially the center areas of the track system and that the whole system width is wide enough to allow objects of pass each other with clearance in their goings and comings.
Note that the object appears in this resolution compromised imagery to have a pointed end on the left and is casting a shadow to its right.
However, the darkness on the object's right side may be an illusion created by obscuring smudge treatments as is the pitted sectional look to the track system itself. Well because most of the field to the left of the track is smudge with a rougher pattern to it and the field on the right with a smoother pattern to it seems to be yet more smudge.
I suspect that the elevation is enabled by supports at regular intervals and that the AI can see these very clearly in the much higher resolution imaging it works with (not the sorry mess we are eventually fed here) and thus the need to cross over the tracks precisely at such regular intervals to hide the supports with smudge treatments.
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October 2, 2011 This report is about evidence drawn from Google Mars brought to my attention by viewer Mark Wells.
Now this kind of speculation begs the further question of why didn't the image tampering just cover up the track system completely and be done with it?
I suspect this has to do with the artificial intelligence (AI) running the tampering program and its programming limitations rather than a human.