posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 11:37 PM
Where aliens are concerned, we dont have access to alternative images from space other than the space agencies. However, if there are any aliens on
Earth, we have the terrestial satellte companies which might sell us images of those areas we think are worth investigating.
Personally, I have a sneaking suspicion that there are alien anomalies or bases in the Antarctica region and others here on Earth. So I would like to
propose an ATS crowd-sourcing purchase of first one and then - if that proves successful - other areas of Earth to try and prove this.
The only way this could work is if the images, once purchased, were released for all to see or download, so although a select band of folks paid for
them, everyone would benefit from the release. This would hasten disclosure if anything was found but if nothing was found, then obviously it would be
a one-off event probably. (unless some have not learned their lesson that there are no aliens by then)
Digital Globe World view 1 & 2
If this idea has legs, we would need someone in the US/UK to coordinate it and possibly start a Kickstarter campaign to allow the funds to be released
only if the total amount was achieved. We would also need some expert to investigate what product we would need ie satellite, resolution, coordinates,
spectrum etc. Does anyone "reputable" want to do this?
We would also need some fore-planning as to which area to target and thats where ATS really comes into its own - to submit areas for inspection and
discussion before the kickstarted campaign. Maybe we would need a panel of ATS alien-hunters to decide which of the submitted areas were worth a
satellite image being purchased. We also need to investigate whether the satellite companies would sell us images at this resolution (0.5m) of the
areas we require.
I know that the resolution for non-military and non-US orders are not allowed to be below 0.5m per pixel (see the Digital Globe site)
Please post ideas and counter proposals to this suggestion.