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originally posted by: Aliensun
originally posted by: NateTheAnimator
a reply to: infolurker
I smell bull#e...
It needs to be pointed out here that it is fairly well established that a simple cell phone camera--which is not as simple as you might think--is capable of picking up objects and light spectrums that the human eye cannot see. Want proof? Aim your TV remote at your phone's camera as you look through it.
Frequently, those unseen objects revealed later in outdoor images and viewed, enlarged on computer screens, appear to be our standard varieties of UFOs. So this outfit is merely inventing/developed something that it has not.
...And, yes, that is another proof that UFOs are something other than what conventional thinking allows.
originally posted by: Unity_99
a reply to: Danowski
Some of this reminds me of Dorothy Izzat's videos, and she could even borrow the documentary teams camera's and have the same thing happen.
This is for real.
Think many people should start experimenting with creating their own lenses however, because aside from full spectrum and infared, it would be nice to be able to have this on a digital camera in video mode, not just shapshot.
Build our own lenses.
originally posted by: charlyv
A statement like this cries for scientific peer review, of which currently, I see nothing.
Where did media pick this up, or was it dropped in their lap by the company?