The above ninth image as well as the 10–12th images below are all four drawn from yet another different MGS MOC R13-03852 narrow-angle strip. With this evidence strip I’m not even going to bother with the official view that I obviously believe has been itself inverted at official level to obscure the bio-life evidence you see here in the corrected views. In this imaging we’re only going to look at real evidence and not just at something that others want to limit us to seeing.
Although the resolution in this strip is still relatively poor, it is in the relative sense a bit better than the other strips and so I’m using this strip to showcase the real forestation evidence as best as I can. In the previous images I put a slight blue tint in them in honor of this evidence’s proximity to the North Polar Cap and expected cold conditions there but that is a harsh tint that some may not like and so on this evidence I’ve put a softer slightly green tint to help bring out the detail a little better.
You should know that the view in this ninth image is from one side edge of the strip to the other. According to the official statistics this is a distance of 3.44 km or 2.14 miles. The forestation evidence in the level terrain between and around the elevated smooth more light reflective forms is very obvious here as is the fact that this evidence completely covers and hides from view any underlying rock and soil geology in these locations. Note also how the smooth forms tend to link together in this scene. Above this image point in the strip at MSSS, these forms get more numerous and dense in concentrations with this same forestation evidence squeezed in between.
The above tenth is a scene drawn from the bottom of the strip as presented at MSSS. Again the view is from one side edge of the strip to the other that the official statistics say is 3.44 km or 2.14 miles across. I chose this spot because the forestation evidence is a little more course textured and slightly easier to distinguish one individual clump from another in their many thousands. This principle of individual objects of such similar size repeating themselves over and over again in a location is a hallmark of biological life. Likewise these many repeating objects packed in super dense concentrations covering huge areas of geological terrain hiding it from view is also another hallmark of mature old growth biological life that is thriving and doing very well.
The above eleventh image is a portion of the ninth image scene blown up for a closer look. I could not get any closer than this because the resolution limitations of the base image strip preclude it without getting into too many artifacts and blur. A little closer view like this clearly demonstrates that the level terrain areas between and around the smooth forms is covered with a great many individual objects that are generally of the same size and height and that themselves forming a carpeting effect hiding the underlying rock and soil geology from our view.