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I can imagine a lot of stuff gets put aside because some smart Alex comes up with a half baked theory. I read the official debunking and it all seemed to nebulous to me, When I look at the picture, there is just something that doesn't gel with the reflection explanation.
Forget the lamp?
Forget the fact that Metabunk has obviously and poorly doctored the original image?
Yes, let's ignore all evidence pointing to the contrary and focus on the reflection of the curtain which I already addressed in the previous post. You didn't even read the whole thing, did you? What the hell is going on here???
The original photo does look to be taken from indoors however due to what seems like a reflection of curtains.
Here are a couple of alien visitors I captured in my garden just now on my phone.
originally posted by: tsurfer2000h
a reply to: ultimafule
Yes all you said was it looks to be taken from indoors...but you don't consider that to be a big part of the problem here as she says she took it outside while we all see the reflection...so nothing else in that room was reflected back off the window, please show us where Metabunk got it all wrong, please I await your debunking of the debunking.
what do you see in the bottom right corner of the picture?
originally posted by: ultimafule
onebigmonkey, I didn't miss your post. I'm well aware of reflections and multi-paned glass. You, along with everyone else seem to be ignoring the obvious ALTERATIONS done to the front of the UFO, the color change,
the lack of a corresponding light source to the lamp and the fact that the 8 UFO's do not even match each other in the original photo, let alone the lamp.
While a reflection in double paned glass does look similar, if you set aside any biases and take a good objective look at the the originals and the lamp, they obviously do not match! I really don't know how else to put it.
EDIT: Everyone is also assuming that the window is double paned when, in fact, we actually don't know.
Did it occur to you that with the camera being so close to the window that a reflection would be less sharp when the camera is focused on infinity.
originally posted by: ultimafule
a reply to: Chadwickus
You're absolutely right, there are differences.
How do we explain the six smaller objects though? And the fact that where there should be a brightness from the bulb, there is a delineated area of darkness instead? And the "mouth" part?
Again, just to be absolutely clear, not saying these are spaceships, just asking honest questions here to get to the bottom of this.
originally posted by: justbe
Couldn't the "reflection of the curtain" be just rain/haze, reflected by a bit of sun rays?
We've been having extreme weather here lately, thick cloud covers, misty and hazy, but sunlight shining thru in parts, making it look like it's only raining in one very small spot. The lines of the "curtain" could just be thin rain?.
I mean, it looks like it's raining over the lake, just look at the vertical lines of the clouds. Sorry, can't explain it better.
Just found this quote in the first article:
" "We can say 100 percent that the camera was perfectly fine. It was raining very heavily, there were no lights in the house to resemble the objects in any shape or form. We were also quite high up, about 900 feet over the lake. And our Akita dog was quite weird that day, barking into the sky," Anna Betts said.
It was only after the weather dramatically changed from total sunshine to intense cloudiness that Anna's mother went out and snapped a picture of the landscape."