reply to post by Solarsails
The fact that the images across the center are mirror images is an interesting observation, but it does NOT prove cgi, it actually tends to
argue against it.
For an experiment, open the image in adobe.. crop and rotate it so you can use the rectangular marquee tool. Now take a rectangle from one side,
then copy and paste it back in. Use the pointer tool to move it alongside the place you copied, so it is over the other half.
Now go to transform and rotate 180 degrees and compare the two images. Then try horizontal and / or vertical flip in any combination you want.
What you will find is that, as this is from an angle perspective, no amount of manipulation of the second image makes it look like the other half.
You will also find that if one went to the trouble of trying to create such an image, making the opposite sides look like or not look like mirror
images is a matter of a couple of clicks.
I think it is easy to draw conclusions based on our personal experiences. The assumption that the symbols on opposite halves of an object should look
the same when rotated is based heavily on our use of symbols in writing, but consider the following letter pairs. bq bd qd pd qp
Pretty much comparable to the differences between the two sets of symbols. If we consider these symbols to be scalar or vector indicators, obviously
they would be different for different directions, and probably it would make sense for them to be mirror images.
If you consider the function of this device as "isaac" describes it in the discussion, the SRS field causes two objects in different locations to
act as though they are linked.
It's not easy, if even possible, to understand a completely alien object. I think we are in a position comparable to an Amazonian pigmy who has had
a microwave fall from the sky. I have had decades of advanced research on pretty technical subjects, and two encounters with ET objects which were
significant enough to warrent several contacts with NASA, the USAF, FBI and CIA along with a couple of research labs owned by NASA.
I fancy myself fairly knowledgeable in most of the hard sciences, but even so the stuff "Isaac" has put out bends my brain into pretzels. He is no
dummy, and I think one has to be suffering from major denial symptoms to even suggest that so much information would be fabricated in such a credible
fashion just the mess with people's minds. This guy is no dummy, and a lot of what he says agrees with what I KNOW to be true from my personal