posted on Oct, 14 2019 @ 02:53 PM
Apparently the Skeptic magazines do not have enough money to fund something that would put an end to Bob.
Let’s look at a few of the problems found in some of the other critics remarks.
“The shots of the aliens are dark and blurry, but even the ‘live’ one isn’t moving.”
Wrong. He is standing still to be measured for height but his right shoulder is still moving slightly toward the camera while his left shoulder is
moving back. His fingers and arms are swaying and his eyes and head are clearly moving.
“there are three paragraphs of information on the screen, each character has a blurred drop-shadow behind it which makes me think that it was put
together in something like Final Cut Pro,”
Yes, the text was not on the original film, it was added by the person preparing to release these preview videos onto the internet. So there is no
problem with the text at all. There is also no problem with the blacked out lines because, as Ivan told us in video #4, no identities of any kind
would be released on these videos.
The second screen of captions builds on the ‘secrecy and paranoia’ associated with so-called alien sightings throughout history, but this goes
against the first screen of captions which calls for ‘dissemination through the Internet and media.’
No it does not go against it. The “secrecy” here is not about the films themselves; they want the films to get out to the public. The
“secrecy” here has to do with the sources not being revealed. “Due to the importance of these documents, maintain the anonymity of the
“This isn’t any form of military-speak, its film-maker hype.”
Of course not, the military would not let this film out. The text is not from the original film, it is explanatory text from the editor who is
releasing it into the world to “Filtrate for declassification and dissemination through the Internet and media.”.
“The third screen of captions is designed to add to the authenticity of the piece, but again all it does is fall into the hype trap. By inferring
that what we’re seeing are fragments of longer recordings, we’re enticed to look further and anticipate more.”
Well DUH! If they are edited segments of longer films then there is a chance they would release more. This Ivan135 may just be the media connection
and not the owner of the tapes. So Ivan is just releasing what he has and hoping for more.
“the notion of ‘tape duration 180min’ makes reference to video tape, which wasn’t around at the time.”
Once again, DUH. The original was on film. In the 1980’s the military transferred their films onto VHS tapes. If the visuals are real, then this was
most likely the time when the 21 hours’ worth of copies were made. And pocketed, by the person making the transfers. This person would be the tapes
original owner, having stolen them from the military/government. At some point they could have been sold to someone else. Either way, whoever owned
them in 2011 decided to release them to the world and we got to see the edited trailer previews the Ivan released.
“the shot tilting up from its knees to its head where it is being measured for height. This is a somewhat cinematic shot, using a tilt. Personally
speaking I don’t think that a camera operator with the responsibility of documenting events for the government and the military would indulge in
such a camera move, even if it is only a basic move, and if they did then they would start at the head and tilt down, not start at the knees and tilt
up. The building of suspense is what that shot is all about, not documenting a procedure.”
As we can all see, it is documenting a procedure. What our critic forgot is that this has all been edited and that there is a lot more film we are not
seeing. So the original could show a whole lot more of this scene. But the editor has only given us a small portion, so he gave us “The building of
suspense” portion. Nothing wrong with that.
“Also again, there’s a little too much detail in the clothing, with the folds and creases being visible when a camera of that era wouldn’t pick
out that much detail.”
Interesting that the lines running down the front of Bobs’ outfit are not mentioned, as they could hide a zipper underneath.
“If it’s supposed to be a UFO filmed from another aircraft, then it looks nice and vague enough. But in terms of chronology, doesn’t it seem odd
that we have footage of the UFO in flight that is filmed after the footage of the crashed alien? Wouldn’t the clips (and tape numbers) be the other
Yes, going by the timestamp, the editor has shown us things out of order. This is odd, but what is even odder to me is, if you have created this Great
CGI of Bob and his buddies, WHY add shoddy looking footage of saucers and dead aliens?
“The bleached-out skin and heavily shadowed eyes are a clear sign of digital trickery”
The problem with this comment is that according to the eyewitnesses, their skin does have that look and they are wearing sun glasses. The dark eyes
are actually dark lenses that are fit to their eye sockets to help them deal with the Earths light. Not just sunlight and moon light but electric
“if the footage genuinely dated from the 1940s, we might expect to see ‘jumps’ and ‘jerks’ in any on-camera movement owing to natural
degradation of the celluloid over time and to other damage the film may have incurred over six decades. Yet the “alien’s” movements are
remarkably fluid. While we see jumps and jerks in the second video (the one of the crashed saucer), these too can be created digitally.”
They say there should be jumps and jerks and there are not. Then when there are jumps and jerks they say it can be faked. The critics want their cake
and they want to eat it to. Also, there is nothing that says that the “alien” is from the 1940’s. Bob and his buddies could have been filmed in
the 1960’s. The only difference is that Bob is in black and white.
And remember this; there is nothing in Ivan’s original May 2, 2011 video that says anything about Roswell.
Ivan’s exact text says:
“alien grey extraterrestrial zeta reticuli ufo leaked footage”
“The jumpsuit disguises most of the alien’s difficult-to-render skin (which would require very subtle and difficult texturing).”
Well we all want our aliens naked, don’t we. But according to the eyewitnesses, the Greys wear tight fitting outfits. Yet after the crash scene we
actually get several Greys who appear to be naked from the chest up. Only one is moving while the others are lying there and not moving. One of these
appears to be covered by a solid color military blanket below the waist. If Bob is from the Holloman landing, like the vacationers could be, then he
would not be naked when he entered the military facility. If Bob had been filmed naked the critics would have complained that he had no clothes on.