posted on Sep, 4 2014 @ 05:34 AM
5. If it's fake who and why would want to fake it?
Valid question. Other query is if you're willing to sacrifice thousands of lives, why not one more?
6. Is there any reason America would want to invade Syria?
7. Is there any chance Rita Katz could have faked the videos?
Always a chance.
8. Why does it seam like the media is trying to sway popular opinion in support of another war when not a year ago everyone was against the
Everyone has agendas and the 'unbiased' still have to sell news and click bait. Capitalistic journalism go!
originally posted by: Vrill
I have some problems with these videos (Ive watched both a few times each) - They look as if they were filmed in front of a green screen and a cheap
desert background was added later.
There are issues with this hypothesis.
Visual effects level chroma keying (green screening) is far easier than forensic level chroma keying. Chroma key, by its very nature, removes data
from colour channels and alters the natural statistics of the image you're looking at. What this means is you're leaving a huge foot print behind for
potential analysis, and also leaving some other telling signs behind such as sabotaged sensor noise. It would be beyond risky to try this, and I'd say
that if this is the case then the evidence will come out like it has previously when this has occurred.
Many prosumer digital cameras can produce this 'flat' background look that makes it feel like you're looking at a chroma key job. You can blame
Hollywood, they've taught us that 'real' imagery has depth of field. Would be far less risky just to use a background in an empty building.
Furthermore, each of the Americans were clearly reading off of a Teleprompter.
I wouldn't doubt they were reading a prepared statement, they often are in these situations.
That said, ISIS is a bit unique in that they are (allegedly) far more diverse as a group and are being considerably bolder than some of the groups
that have come before them. Personally I'm not even sure they are a 'group' in the way its being portrayed in the media currently, but I could easily
believe that they are 'newly diverse'.
Could this type of diversity bring rookies into their movement? They have a nice HD source and an area captured from multiple angles to pull GPS data
from and work out the time of day and thus a general location. The reason for putting up a background is usually to hide clues, so either this person
is very confident or somewhat ignorant of the danger they're adding to their situation.
Disclaimer: I haven't had the time to properly analyse, only watched the clip. Will stand by the chroma key comments though - if that process has been
involved it should be detectable. Though I'm sceptical of such a detection pushing our conclusions either way.
edit on 4-9-2014 by Pinke
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