a reply to: hiddenNZ
It's not meant to..
Let me try to explain, as best I can. When someone recalls a memory, that memory is almost never 100% accurate. Tests have been done repeatedly that
demonstrate human memory is unreliable.
Whoever is making these images is playing on this fact. That's why all the pics have..an alien and a tree. If you only see something for a matter of
seconds and then you get presented with dozens of reconstructions, it forces the individual to pick the closest to what they recalled.
It's exactly the same thing happens in a police line up..and quite often an eye whiteness will pick the wrong subject, even if the right suspect is
stood beside them...simply due to being dressed in the same clothing etc or having a similar expression to the one the real suspect had on the day of
the crime etc.
So think about the original image (as I do now for sure believe there was one) it had certain points of reference that you would recall. Whoever is
churning out the most well constructed fakes knows that each fake must be enough unlike the original, whilst still sharing basic similarities..in
order to muddy the water and cause confusion..we have already established this.
Now imagine a police line up again..with all the fakes who are reasonably easy to recognise as not the true suspect. But there will always be atleast
one or two very similar looking fakes, who are close enough in appearance that it would confuse most whitnesses and make them unsure about what they
The partially reconstructed image, which ill refer to as the "patchwork" from here on..has mimicked the actual real, background of the bottom image.
Yet the bottom image..let's call it the "birds" from here on..has what looks like an easily debunked, partial green thing at one side..remember the
patchwork has only sloppily mimicked the real background, so as to confuse anyone who saw the original.
This leads me to believe the "birds" is the real background of the missing picture. That the green thing has been pasted in there to trick people who
saw the original, so to write the image off wholesale and instead opt for the one that most resembled the alien and background recalled from
What's important here is that the birds image, may be an identifiable location. As you can see it has a couple of people in the distance..if the image
becomes widely distributed, on twitter and Facebook the people on the image may even recognise their clothing and know the location.
OR have the people in the image also been shopped in aswell..?
Because whoever saw the original may have noticed this detail but likely not.
So my current working theory is..the birds image is the real background and the patchwork alien is atleast partially a real photograph or an actual
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