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Yusef Estes transform in to a Reptilian - Was David Icke right?

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posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 07:56 AM
a reply to: blueman12

you are probally handwaving ad-hoc excuses

posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 12:44 PM

originally posted by: ignorant_ape
a reply to: AtlantisWasReal

the clip is obviously shot in front of a live audience - why did they spot nothing ?

Because they were all shape-shifting reptiles?

There must be something in the ATS water this week; even 'alien cloud messages' have made a comeback in another thread. What next? Project SERPO?

Alternatively, is ufology officially dead in the water and floating downstream into the TTSA gutter?

posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 01:07 PM
But wouldn’t the people that watched him live see it to ?a reply to: AtlantisWasReal

posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 02:02 PM

originally posted by: micpsi

originally posted by: elevenaugust
First thing to do when it's about photo or video is to search for the original source.

Without that first step done, it's totally useless to "analyze" anything, especially that comes from YT...

I don't quite understand the logical consistency of that. You say everyone should ignore possible video evidence of something paranormal if it has been uploaded to YouTube. Why's that? What difference does it make to reliability if you watch a video uploaded by someone you don't know or watch a video posted to you by someone who included lots of biographical details about themselves in the accompanying letter? They could still have hoaxed their video however much they tell you about themselves. What use, therefore, is knowing the "source" in order to evaluate whether a video is genuine or not?

As for "the source", it's not so much about the "who". The issue is youtube's video compression algorithm on uploads (especially early on with old uploads), and how it often creates artifacts/glitches in the file. The "source" needed for analysis would be the original non-compressed raw video file (or tape/film) to analyze, not a compressed .flv or .mp4 which often contain glitches from the file compression process.

ETA. Judging by the suit, hair, and microphone plaques this appears to be from about the same time frame as the following video uploaded almost a decade ago when youtube's compression algorithm was particularly notorious for compression glitches. Using decade old youtube vids as a source for proof of shapeshifting is not strong evidence of much other than youtube having a poor video compression algorithm in 2010.

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posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 02:08 PM
Oh man....seriously?

As pretty much everyone has said, camera glitch/compression and perhaps even some editing. If it was real, people would have seen it just like the camera did. Why do people continue to spread this bulls#$! on t he internet, we're not ALL morons!

For the record, I believe the whole 'reptilian" thing is a scam

posted on Nov, 3 2019 @ 04:22 PM
Oh, FFS..
These kind of videos have been around the Internet for 20 years and THEY ARE NOT SIGNS OF REPTILIANS. It’s just issues with image/video compression and format. I can’t believe people are still sharing these kinds of videos when it’s almost 2020...

The real Reptilians are hissing in laughter at people still believing these videos are proof they exist....
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