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posted on Mar, 4 2007 @ 07:33 AM
I am even more convinced that this technique is only good to capture flying insects and other things like that on camera.

On the video made by acmeartifacts there is something that looks suspiciously like a flying insect flapping its wings.
You can see it on the animated GIF bellow (you have to click on the image to see the animation)

One of the reasons I think that this technique does not work is the way we see airplanes high in the sky reflecting the Sun. The higher the object the longer it is visible, because of the angle of the reflection. Something really close will only be visible for a very short time, and that is what we can see on these videos and photos.

posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 02:35 PM
Not solar obliteration but looks like

See Google video here.

It looks exactly the same.

I could have taken a screen print and posted alongside.

Any hints of corner lights and center lights of a triangle craft
through the rest of the video?

The corona outburst can only hide the Aether craft.
Remember we live in a gas. Surrounded by electric forces.

That is up in the air bouncing off its erratic electric field structure.

posted on Aug, 12 2007 @ 05:14 AM
Hmmm, I'm sure I have seen loads of orbs, I'm 16 now and a couple of years ago I used to see them all the time when I looked up to the sky....

They were like semi transparent (translucent?) and used to look like they were falling to earth. They sort of looked like bubbles, but ones that I could see perfectly and they were as high in the sky as clouds....
Maybe my eyes just need testing or maybe its one of these children can see more commonly than adults things.

posted on Aug, 12 2007 @ 05:37 AM
Dont forget, most people have 'floaters' in their eyes that they can imagine are things flying around.

I Live in the South of England and have been out in the garden many times since around 2 PM on Friday and most of the day yesterday. I saw no orbs, ufo's or anything other than loveley clear sunlight.
I did the Solare Obliteration test too.
I saw, flies, bugs, dust, but no UFO's or orbs.

Thats life I spose

posted on Aug, 12 2007 @ 09:40 AM
All that "technique" does, is making visible all kind of airborne junk, like insects, dust, etc, etc... It´s the same reason why a lantern in a dark area will show stuff in the air. Nothing to be excited about.

posted on Aug, 12 2007 @ 01:58 PM
If you want to take a photo of a UFO on a sunny day, what do you do.

Hide the sun.

Simple, thats all any one does here to take the photo.

What IS the confusion all about.

UFO Photo Envy.

posted on Aug, 12 2007 @ 03:07 PM

Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
If you want to take a photo of a UFO on a sunny day, what do you do.

Hide the sun.
The problem is that hiding the Sun makes all other objects in the air visible.

If it was that simple then we should see high flying UFOs when low clouds hide the Sun, why does this "technique" only works when the object hiding the Sun is close to the camera?

posted on Aug, 12 2007 @ 10:59 PM
So its not about the UFO strictly, its about the technique picking up
objects as a benefit or drawback.

Some how the lens is picking up the sideways or light traveling
in the horizontal.

See the theory of light expanding as a spherical wavefront.

You block out direct light and get the light traveling across the field of the

Makes sense to me. Or else take a Grad Optics coarse and be board
until you get a chance to ask the question.

I don't know if the Physics department takes phone call inquires.
I know a buddy that might visit his old professor to ask a question
but I might not.

Odd how people ask questions about things that seem obvious to others.

posted on Aug, 12 2007 @ 11:10 PM

Originally posted by D4rk Kn1ght
Nice idea. But no. sorry, it just doesn't wash.

If you had stood in my back garden today, watching these objects at thousands of feet altitude dancing around each other you would of not even bothered to post your answer so quick.

Wait a moment, then you have other witnesses too I would guess? Did you have a video camera, or call someone who does? Do you live in a neighborhood or rural community? I find it hard to believe you see dancing objects all the time and have not had your entire community able to back you up through official channels.

I am always suspect of these things, and those pictures are worthless to the ufo community....real or not.

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