It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.

Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.

Thank you.

 

Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.

 

Not eye floaters, do you have them?

page: 5
0
<< 2  3  4    6  7  8 >>

log in

join
share:

posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 11:23 AM
link   

Originally posted by Brendan

Originally posted by Simon_Boudreaux
Talk to your eye doctor....I have the same thing in my left eye and it looks like a hair or eyelash without the irritation...and I'm only able to see it if I look to the left with my eyes out of focus....I asked my doc about it at my last eye exam and he assured me that it is a normal occurance and is not harmful to vision(other than being annoying at times)


Obviously you can't seem to understand that you can't photograph things that are inside your eye unless you aim a microscopic camera at your retina or disect your eye and use the same camera.

-Brendan


Huh??I never said anything about taking a picture of it did I?
I simply gave you the most likely answer to what it is..That and the lovely picture of the parasite that Netchicken showed us...Thanks btw NC I now am making trips to the bathroom mirror to try and see little worms swimming around my eye




posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 11:39 AM
link   



Huh??I never said anything about taking a picture of it did I?
I simply gave you the most likely answer to what it is..That and the lovely picture of the parasite that Netchicken showed us...Thanks btw NC I now am making trips to the bathroom mirror to try and see little worms swimming around my eye


No, but I posted the photo so you should have ruled out that it's something in your eye at that moment.

Go ahead, take the photo with you next time you go to that doctor and tell him you want an explanation.

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 11:54 AM
link   
If I look at the blue sky and put my eyes out of focus, like if I was to look at a tree and then look at the space between me and the tree kind of out of focus, I can see what looks to me like sperm swimming around. Each one of them goes there own way darting around, strait, zig-zagging, up, down, left or right.
They are luminescent and whitish, and do look like sperm and there are 10's to hundreds of them.

I don't know if they are amoeba's living on my eye, if they are floaters, or creatures that live in the air, all I know is that I see them.

So I can relate to Brendan, but not the conspiracy part.



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 12:08 PM
link   
Now recently I saw an article about parasites in the brain causing mental illnesses. Brendon may have more to worry about than just something living in his eye (and getting attacked by em weapons from sinister letter clubs.)


Originally posted by Simon_Boudreaux
Huh??I never said anything about taking a picture of it did I?
I simply gave you the most likely answer to what it is..That and the lovely picture of the parasite that Netchicken showed us...Thanks btw NC I now am making trips to the bathroom mirror to try and see little worms swimming around my eye



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 12:45 PM
link   

Originally posted by Netchicken
Now recently I saw an article about parasites in the brain causing mental illnesses. Brendon may have more to worry about than just something living in his eye (and getting attacked by em weapons from sinister letter clubs.)

That's all you got left, huh? Can't handle the facts can you?
And the name is Brendan.

I advise everyone to start taking photographs, get yourself some infrared lights to use with your camera(s).

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 01:30 PM
link   
To Toad:

I'm not ignoring you, I didn't catch your post.

No, I don't see hundreds of things. There are a few main ones, they have been the same ones. When you are referring to the "sperm" things, is this the little "fire fly" things going around in circles?

peace
-Brendan


[edit on 23-2-2006 by Brendan]



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 01:49 PM
link   
Brendan, you have no comment on my post?
I was on your side buddy, and you ignore me?!

Anything similar to what I see?



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 02:17 PM
link   


Another image of an eye floater.

Couple of things from perusing this thread:

1) The assertion that an eye floater needs some magnification to see is basically correct (at least from the outside) You see the floaters as they are in close proximity to the eyeball.

2) I actually had a Doc (Professor of Opthamalogy) look at the pic and he said floater

3) If it was so big that an external camera could take this picture, then it should dominate or interfer with vision all the time.

4) If Im being honest here it looks like the picture was taken from a microscope slide given the background color. We do alot of retinal and eye imaging when children are evaluated for abuse (Shaking your babay can cause retinal hemorage and the like)



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 03:00 PM
link   

Originally posted by FredT

Another image of an eye floater.

Couple of things from perusing this thread:

1) The assertion that an eye floater needs some magnification to see is basically correct (at least from the outside) You see the floaters as they are in close proximity to the eyeball.

2) I actually had a Doc (Professor of Opthamalogy) look at the pic and he said floater

3) If it was so big that an external camera could take this picture, then it should dominate or interfer with vision all the time.

4) If Im being honest here it looks like the picture was taken from a microscope slide given the background color. We do alot of retinal and eye imaging when children are evaluated for abuse (Shaking your babay can cause retinal hemorage and the like)


Dude, what don't you understand here? That doctor obviously doesn't know what he's talking about. I'm sorry but you can't take a photograph of something that is in your eye.

Like I said, if I had showed you a pic of my car would you have said, "that's in your eye"?!

And no, this does not look like an eye floater.



-Brendan

[edit on 23-2-2006 by Brendan]

[edit on 23-2-2006 by Brendan]



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 04:12 PM
link   
i like the pic of the person with the plasticspoon in the ear.


seriously do you want to pull a hoax or are you so drugged that you believe your story yourself?

nothing new, technically, with your pictures. dust, reflections, waterdrops on the lens and a little trickery. it is ridiocolous that people on this board are still fooled so easily(oh wait, did anybody buy that story at all?).

get a job, dont waste my time, freak.

[edit on 23-2-2006 by hoeon]



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 04:33 PM
link   

Originally posted by hoeon
i like the pic of the person with the plasticspoon in the ear.


seriously do you want to pull a hoax or are you so drugged that you believe your story yourself?

nothing new, technically, with your pictures. dust, reflections, waterdrops on the lens and a little trickery. it is ridiocolous that people on this board are still fooled so easily(oh wait, did anybody buy that story at all?).

get a job, dont waste my time, freak.

[edit on 23-2-2006 by hoeon]



You obviously wasted your own time on your own accord, you chose to read this post and respond in an immature manner.

It's even the same pathetic comment that was used against my photo on indymedia, I wonder if your the same person.

You got nothin, just admit it.

peace
-Brendan

Twins, Independence Day.



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 04:35 PM
link   
Look , I don't think you are pulling a hoax. I wouldn't call you a freak either. There are a ton of freaky stories on here. I think you really believe this is happening to you. The pictures just don't offer any proof that these are EM Beams. I know you are not talking about floaters IN the eye.

The poster who said he sees the sperm type things, I see things like that if I look a the sun for a while. So I think light, whether it be ultra violet rays, or lights from your camera can give the appearance of strange things. As for the clicking sounds, I have no idea what that is.



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 05:12 PM
link   
Take a look around ATS... pay particular attention to the lamentably numerous threads in which many, many individuals have claimed to be the target of outlandish and unfeasible surveillance technology. All of these threads share a few common... erm... threads.... :

1) The proposed technology is electromagnetic in nature and directly influences or 'reads' the thoughts of the 'victim'.
2) The government (or a governmental organization) is blamed for these attacks.
3) Sketchy photo evidence, containing inconclusive and poorly-focused artifacts at best and nothing at all at worst, is usually present.
4) The poster making these claims becomes argumentative when any explanation is offered besides the one constructed by said poster. Claims of special clearance or priveleges are not uncommon as 'proof' of the poster's legitimacy.
5) Symptoms like those described in many of these threads are identical to those suffered by victims of paranoid schizophrenia.

The 'pearl-string' phenomenon is reducible to eye floaters. If you are seeing things outside your eye that resemble these floaters, ask others if they can see them. If they cannot, you are probably hallucinating.



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 06:43 PM
link   
We parents call them eye boogers...I have recently just joined ATS, but one common theme keeps coming across...there seem to be quite a few people out there who think EVERYONE from Govts to regular people are out to get them.
My opinion...people in this day and age cannot accept that the world at large doesn't even know or care who they are. They simply must convince ALL that they are somehow a "chosen" person of some sort.
For God's sake, get over yourself...your normal like the rest of us...or you would be, if you would close your mouth with the crazy agenda stuff.



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 07:37 PM
link   

Originally posted by The Parallelogram
Take a look around ATS... pay particular attention to the lamentably numerous threads in which many, many individuals have claimed to be the target of outlandish and unfeasible surveillance technology. All of these threads share a few common... erm... threads.... :

1) The proposed technology is electromagnetic in nature and directly influences or 'reads' the thoughts of the 'victim'.
2) The government (or a governmental organization) is blamed for these attacks.
3) Sketchy photo evidence, containing inconclusive and poorly-focused artifacts at best and nothing at all at worst, is usually present.
4) The poster making these claims becomes argumentative when any explanation is offered besides the one constructed by said poster. Claims of special clearance or priveleges are not uncommon as 'proof' of the poster's legitimacy.
5) Symptoms like those described in many of these threads are identical to those suffered by victims of paranoid schizophrenia.

The 'pearl-string' phenomenon is reducible to eye floaters. If you are seeing things outside your eye that resemble these floaters, ask others if they can see them. If they cannot, you are probably hallucinating.


You have serious problems, I posted a photo, sorry to tell you but if something is in my eye it won't be in the photo.

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 07:40 PM
link   

Originally posted by deadbang
We parents call them eye boogers...I have recently just joined ATS, but one common theme keeps coming across...there seem to be quite a few people out there who think EVERYONE from Govts to regular people are out to get them.
My opinion...people in this day and age cannot accept that the world at large doesn't even know or care who they are. They simply must convince ALL that they are somehow a "chosen" person of some sort.
For God's sake, get over yourself...your normal like the rest of us...or you would be, if you would close your mouth with the crazy agenda stuff.


Sorry, but photographing those things is NOT normal.

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 07:41 PM
link   
No, Brendan, I don't have serious problems. That's an ad hominem argument anyway, and is therefore irrelevant.

If these things are not in your eyes, where are they? And can anybody else see them?



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 07:45 PM
link   

Originally posted by violet
Look , I don't think you are pulling a hoax. I wouldn't call you a freak either. There are a ton of freaky stories on here. I think you really believe this is happening to you. The pictures just don't offer any proof that these are EM Beams. I know you are not talking about floaters IN the eye.

The poster who said he sees the sperm type things, I see things like that if I look a the sun for a while. So I think light, whether it be ultra violet rays, or lights from your camera can give the appearance of strange things. As for the clicking sounds, I have no idea what that is.


No, I don't beleive this is happening, it IS happening.
I gave you another website to look at
www.noexoticwarfarezone.com...
to explain the pics if you don't understand.

Sorry, I've taken thousands of pictures, I know what I'm doing.
And plus let's see here, I'm getting annihilated, I can see the beams coming at me and I take a photo of it, but still it ain't "proof"?

What is it you are looking for? The only thing left to prove anything is an admission from the people doing it, which is highly unlikey.

It's not that hard to understand, just difficult to accept.

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 07:47 PM
link   
I have the same problem in my eyes I just ignore them.

When I noticed them for the first time I immediately was refer to a eye specialist and a very good one at that.


He did all kind of test and the diagnose was . . . . Floaters.

Better ignore them because they can drive you crazy.



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 07:48 PM
link   

Originally posted by The Parallelogram
No, Brendan, I don't have serious problems. That's an ad hominem argument anyway, and is therefore irrelevant.

If these things are not in your eyes, where are they? And can anybody else see them?


Far enough in front to be able to photograph. Yes, others can see them, someone on this thread even said so.

-Brendan




top topics



 
0
<< 2  3  4    6  7  8 >>

log in

join