Mr. Peter P. Nerbun
The Case for the Face, pages
195-196 Work cited in determining when MGS was in position to have imaged
Cydonia Position statement: "On January 31, 2001, a new image of the Face
at Cydonia was released to the public by JPL/MSSS. After studying this
image, I believe that it adds significant new detail to the western eye
as it was seen previously in the image dated April 5, 1998. As seen in
this new image, the correct relative orientation of the edges of the upper
and lower eyelids, the pupil, the iris, and the plica semilunaris is clear.
Cumulatively these features represent an integration of structure that
is exceedingly unlikely toexist as a result of geologic processes. Given
this level of structural integration, I respectfully request that JPL target
the eastern side of the Face at its first opportunity so that we may see
if these features are symmetrically distributed across the entire structure."
Bachelor of Science (1972) in
Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
Primary Patent Examiner, U.S.
Patent and Trademark Office Primary Examiner of U.S. Patent applications
in the textile division ofthe U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Retired 2005.
Research conducted on electronic
control systems for Industrial sewing machines to determine novelty and/or
Examination and issuance of over
2,000 U.S. patents.
Affiliations and Awards U.S.
Department of Commerce Bronze Medal Award for Superior Federal Service
Official Recognition by the American
Intellectual Property Law Association for Superior Federal Service in the
field of Intellectual Property Law October 1993 Publications