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Familiar shaped UFO, Shot in Israel.

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posted on Nov, 11 2006 @ 08:39 AM
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Im sure we are all aware of Martin Stubb's stuff, well the craft's in the sts tether footage has been spotted from earth as well as space.
Now NASA explains the objects in the space footage as nothing unusual, ice crystals, or whatever.

But can the same logic be applied when we are seeing the same shapes/objects from earth.

Here is images from the footage filmed by this Israeli, who will only release the footage to any television network or company willing to make him a lucrative offer.
Well he is a lawyer.







A 44-year-old Bonsall woman, who also wishes to remain anonymous, saw what appeared to be an UFO hovering over the Derbyshire village of Bonsall in the British Isles. Now known as "The Derbyshire/Bonsall UFO" video it was shot on October 5th, 2001.



And an image taken from the STS-75 mission.



And the link to the web page.
www.ufodigest.com...

As you can see they all look Very similar.

What are the notches about?
And the hole in the middle?

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posted on Nov, 11 2006 @ 08:43 AM
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A point of light way out of focus is all. Try it with any video camera, the shape the out of focus light takes is usually the same for most cameras, as the iris' in most of them are pretty much the same. You can sometimes get different shaped iris', as in the first pics, but mostly, they are as the other's show.

Same for still cameras...ever see those diamond shaped "ufo" pics, where a point of the diamond is brighter than the rest? That's beacuse that is the exact shape of the iris in the camera.



posted on Nov, 11 2006 @ 08:48 AM
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A point of light way out of focus is all.


Would there be a difference in the way light is shown on camera in space and from earth?
Since i have shown examples from space and from earth, can you show an example image to support what you say?

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posted on Nov, 13 2006 @ 01:35 PM
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Well I see 8 spikes.

Thats 360/8 or 45 degree turning ability.

I don't think its used much except being flat it might have Bessel resonance,
giving sparks out the sides or all around it and have a frequency calculated
by segment wave length at the circumference such that

frequency = 300MHz divided by (radius in meters x squareroot
of (2 - cosine(360/n))

n = number of wavelength around the circumference

So the rest is a bright heat shield or just illumination from high internsity
magnetic fields, why would the media pay for such a picture.

It happens every day in billions and billions of stars.

Of the world population what percent know what a wave length is,
at 60 cps and the speed of light there electron is 3,000 miles away
heading to earth through a toster or light bulb, I say 2 percent.



posted on Nov, 14 2006 @ 04:55 AM
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Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
Well I see 8 spikes.

Thats 360/8 or 45 degree turning ability.

I don't think its used much except being flat it might have Bessel resonance,
giving sparks out the sides or all around it and have a frequency calculated
by segment wave length at the circumference such that

So the rest is a bright heat shield or just illumination from high internsity
magnetic fields, why would the media pay for such a picture.

It happens every day in billions and billions of stars.

Of the world population what percent know what a wave length is,
at 60 cps and the speed of light there electron is 3,000 miles away
heading to earth through a toster or light bulb, I say 2 percent.


So i take it you believe this to be extraterrestrial?



posted on Nov, 14 2006 @ 02:19 PM
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Originally posted by sensfan
A point of light way out of focus is all. Try it with any video camera, the shape the out of focus light takes is usually the same for most cameras, as the iris' in most of them are pretty much the same. You can sometimes get different shaped iris', as in the first pics, but mostly, they are as the other's show.

Same for still cameras...ever see those diamond shaped "ufo" pics, where a point of the diamond is brighter than the rest? That's because that is the exact shape of the iris in the camera.


Is this really true?
From space to earth, its all light reflection?



posted on Nov, 14 2006 @ 03:48 PM
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Originally posted by Denied
Is this really true?
From space to earth, its all light reflection?

Don't forget that everything we see is light reflection, that is the way things work, we only see the things that reflect light.

So, anything that changes the way the light reflects on some object makes that object look different.

Also, anything between us and the object we are seeing, and that changes the way that the light reflected from that object reaches us makes that object look different.

So, yes, everything we see is just light reflection.


In one of the photos in the page you posted, the fourth photo from the top in that series of photos on the right of the page, the way the object(?) reflects light makes it look, to me, like a small object.



posted on Nov, 14 2006 @ 11:35 PM
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Originally posted by Denied

Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
Well I see 8 spikes.

Thats 360/8 or 45 degree turning ability.

I don't think its used much except being flat it might have Bessel resonance,
giving sparks out the sides or all around it and have a frequency calculated
by segment wave length at the circumference such that

So the rest is a bright heat shield or just illumination from high internsity
magnetic fields, why would the media pay for such a picture.

It happens every day in billions and billions of stars.

Of the world population what percent know what a wave length is,
at 60 cps and the speed of light there electron is 3,000 miles away
heading to earth through a toster or light bulb, I say 2 percent.


So i take it you believe this to be extraterrestrial?


No I do not think its ET related.
The light is from moving electrons, according to Einstein, moving electrons
give off light.

Here is a funny song. Darn, youtube is down.

Its a long story from before 1900 at the dawn of the electron age or
age of electricity as I tend to see it.

If electrical forces are stronger than gravity why not use it.
If lightning bolts give off light, and Tesla made man made lightning
from coils, why would man need other to experiment with that method
and wind up with glowing things in space, where gravity is less than
on the surface of the earth. Just fly up any time on zero point radiation
that recombines your fuel.

If that is whats happening.




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