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originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: Arpad
You know there is speculation that this thing has a serious cloaking device that basically broadcasts some sort of field that essentially causes a blind spot right in the center of your vision. Ie...whatever you are looking directly at you don't see. So it may not have known what your angle of sight was. It would have the same effect no matter what angle you looked at it. It may have still been in the picture in some way if you had taken it.
How a energy field like this would work is beyond me though.
originally posted by: Arpad
a reply to: WanDash
It's frilken frustrating. I've seen it move fast like that before even with camo. It bloomed a translucent bubble the second I went for camera. Went west then stopped then did it again.
originally posted by: mbkennel
a reply to: tetra50
No it's normal. The center of your retina has high resolution and color receptors but requires higher amplitude. The periphery in the dark has higher sensitivity at night. It is common for optical astronomers to use 'averted vision', you don't look directly at the object but slightly off center.
originally posted by: Bybyots
a reply to: ZetaRediculian
We are pretty badass, that's for sure.
Behold the power...
Look at the shaggy beige entity that has the experiencer by the head.
originally posted by: Baddogma
Your OP is still around, btw, just traveling and subject to late planes, no net access and then a possibly melted graphics card in my PC... but the thread is going wonderfully without my nonsense so keep at it, folks...
excellent reading and poignant contributions by all... thanks to those civilly attempting to unravel some level of truth in this tale and adding to it.
There IS something weird and possibly mind-blowing afoot.
I hope you two are just being funny.