OK, what I would like to discuss is a few methods I have in mind to visually detect, record and catalog the activities of possible triangle type craft
and others for that matter. I think the triangle craft are the most visible and commonly seen elements to the source’s depiction. It may also be
the easiest to verify in terms of solid evidence.
I believe the following methods will succeed given enough time on station. As the 2044 (as the source has described) dead line approaches I think the
operators of the triangle craft will be less and less concerned with hiding themselves and be more inclined to let themselves be seen. If enough
eyewitnesses “accidentally” spot them the seed of seeking out he truth will be sown as it was for other forum members.
Using later gen night vision equipment coupled to a wider to medium field lens and a video recorder.
I think this might be the most effective method and give us the highest probability of success to capture them on video, short of stumbling upon them
at tree top level. If the reports are correct as to the flight characteristics of these craft, they will be very difficult if not impossible to detect
with the human eye when they are transiting a given area, due in part to any active cloaking or higher altitudes.
I believe they are detectable using this method due to video I have been shown by a friend of mine. The video I saw showed triangle formations of
light traveling across the sky as well as some unconventional formations. They were taken using gen III+ and gen 4 equipment. I also would like to put
forward the videos seen HERE
as plausible evidence to further strengthen the notion that the
triangle craft can be detected via the method described above.
As far as the equipment goes, I don’t currently have access to later gen night vision equipment or the means to purchase higher end gear.
The best I have currently is an early Russian gen 1 monocular, a video camera and a green 5mW laser pointer.
If I’m able to identify an unidentified object (make absolutely sure it isn’t an aircraft) I will be able to hit it with the green laser to see if
it reacts and get it’s attention so to speak (stops, changes or reverses direction or changes in velocity). If the pilots or sensors on the craft
are sensitive enough they should be able to detect laser light at a greater altitude than the human eye (aprox. FL-120).
The second experimental detection means I would like to try is a higher resolution, high ISO ability DSLR with a wide field lens. Set to take long
duration un-guided exposures through different lens filters. I believe that every conventional light source would be easily identifiable upon
examination of the frames (star trails, commercial air traffic, satellites). Anything that doesn’t fit into this frame work will lend itself to
further scrutiny and possible follow up investigations in that area or possible NVG detection attempt.
Again this is an area that I hope to fill equipment wise. I currently do not own a DSLR or suitable filters to experiment with. I hope to before this
time next year however.
Occultation of the moon and or point source stars. If the larger class of craft as described by the source as well as many eyewitness reports are
plentiful there is a chance that they can be captures on video if the they pass between the moon and /or star field and the source video camera. This
may be the simplest for of detection but maybe the lowest probability of success.
If successful though, it can give the best sense of scale to the objects involved. There are several videos depicting commercial airliners and even
the ISS transiting the moon and can give a size comparison to whatever is caught on the video frames, since the angular size of the moon, ISS and
airliners can be calculated against any unknown object.
Equipment required for this method would be a tracking mount of some kind (either alt/az or German equatorial mount with driven axis) and a video
camera capable of taking and storing video for several hours.
I have a compatible video camera but not the tracking mount at this time.
So what does everyone think? Do you think these methods are feasible or even plausible?
If anyone want to add to this list or has the equipment required and wants to give it a try, let’s please discuss.
edit on 31-7-2014 by Sammamishman because: (no reason given)