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originally posted by: taoistguy
Hmmm...OK, I believe him. Just my gut reaction, As for him being allowed to now spill the beans, makes sense to me. A massive media campaign would be disastrous and cause chaos and panic -- it has to be done slowly and carefully.
originally posted by: OrionsGem
originally posted by: Char-Lee
originally posted by: AllIsOne
a reply to: OrionsGem
I so wished this was credible, but no scientist would use his vocabulary. It didn't pass my smell test :-(
Clearly he is who it says he is...do you know any scientists? They are not that great at talking usually just thinking and working not with people. Consider also his age I see no reason to deride his vocabulary.
That and the fact the he is aware hes talking to the public, he may be dumbing things down for us laymen...
I have hundreds of photos, thousands, many of which I developed myself, stored in those envelopes simply out of convenience.
I don't totally count out all of his info, but I can't put him on the plus side of "For" without more detail than he provided.
originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
a reply to: Ectoplasm8
The picture was posted. It's a K-Mart alien.
originally posted by: Bilk22
originally posted by: funbox
a reply to: interupt42
well if they did it wasn't the prop from walmart.
why would you go to the trouble of altering the dimension of a torso for a hoax?
are their any more pictures of the toy alien ? what do the hands and feet look like ?
more pictures would lead to a far better comparison than just using the head and shoulder shots alone
surely they didn't do one shot for there product description
This is a link to another ATS thread on the KMart pro http:www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread409233/pg1#pid5275411
originally posted by: Cerdofuego
Hi, just giving my two cents here. First off, many thanks to Funbox for his diligence in trying to separate fact from fiction. Now onto my reason for posting. While I find the overall similarities between the two aliens striking, I noticed something odd in Boyd's pictures in this video:
Around the 00:40 mark a picture is shown of the alien's head lying on it's right side. At the 00:44 mark, another picture of the alien in the same pose from the same angle is shown. Yet if you compare the left eye of the alien in both pictures you notice that the eye in the first picture is WAY MORE OPENED than in the second one! How can this be a prop if the (skin around) the eye can move in this way? Also, could this alien still be alive because of this? Very anxious to hear your thoughts on this.
originally posted by: Ectoplasm8
Anyone with artistic ability and is knowledgeable in sculpting and creating props could easily make this alien, including myself. So this by far isn't evidence in itself of an alien being. It's actually not very organic looking and leans more to being prop-like. It looks like an amateurish attempt at sculpting the stereotypical movie/TV alien. The dark recesses/indentations around the eyes and ears for example, is a classic way of painting and shading a prop or mask to give it depth. Skin is more or less the same hue and doesn't have unnatural looking dark areas where shadows would be. In Blue Shifts video above, the shadow in the ear actually looks airbrushed, which is how these are painted. That's how I see it. I think what we can draw from HomerinNC prop examples is that something like this can be and is made by humans. The props shown also fit exactly into this preformed idea of alien beings, as coincidentally the alien in the photos do. They're basically the same design.
So, not believing the alien photos prove anything and every other photo shown is blurry and not very detailed, then I would have to rely upon the story that this man tells. Without any other supporting evidence such as something physical, it's still only a story to me. The mans title doesn't preclude him from fabricating the story. He could have unknown motives. Unless you have some 'truthsaying' superpower, no one knows if he's lying or not. So then you're back to a belief, which this entire phenomena is surrounded by. It's another belief in a story amongst many others with no concrete evidence. If factual evidence arrives, then this phenomena will be taken seriously.