posted on Jul, 24 2007 @ 12:32 PM
He stated that the object disappeared. That means that he did not see it anymore and can mean about anything. The object disaapeared from his line of
sight or he momentarily lost it and never regained seeing it again. That to me means that if a person ever learned how to look through a telescope,
you use peripherical vision and do not move your head to pick up something that is moving instead of weaving and bobbing your head around to pick up
anything in your main sight, but instead let the movement from seeing from your peripherical vision to pick up the object first then move your head.
I am not saying this person who showed the object did anything wrong or that the person did anything anyone else might or might not do either, just
that most people are not (in the heat of the moment) going to respond correctly unless some training by the person seeing the object took place by
examining what can be done by the eyeballs. There are many bad drivers on the road because simply put those people do not take the time or want to do
anything that involves a little extra work.
I think the person needs to remember exactly in more detail what he actually did, so that other people can communicate back to this person so that we
all know what exactly took place. Saying like the person did about the object that it disappeared only means it disappeared from his field of view
(narrow or wide) at the time.
Ever since I read a book that stated that females use a wider field of view with their eyesight than the narrow focus that men use made me think of
using more of a wider field of view but not all the time of my sight from then on. It took some time to refocus my eyeballs so that I tucked my
eyeball sight back in my head instead of focusing out with my eyeballs so that if I ever saw anything I wanted to communciate exactly what happened,
then I was using my eyeballs with varying fields of view so that later I could recall exactly what had happened. I do admit that I still walk around
in a daze like most people do because I am not weaving or bobbing or moving my head all the time like some other people seem to do, but mainly many
people never weave, bob, or move their head while driving or walking. Thus the term dead-heads, and if you are seeing what you think is something
extraordinary, then it is your duty to use all the brain activity a person can muster up at the time. This does not take much training by the person
just knowing that you can use different modes of seeing to actually communicate the best that you can about an extraordinary event. Most people still
will not, or will admit that they do that when they do not actually do that and that will be that.
Eyeballs if a person has sight can be used in many, many, many different ways. And mainly most girls still want to examine how a man is using his
eyeballs because most of the time girls will be stating something about it.
Hey, I look at the overall physical form and everywhere because that is what eyeballs are for. It does not mean that I am thinking a certain way at
any time as some others may state trying to get the person in trouble in some fashion.
Therefore I am not stating that this person who showed the object in the first place did anything wrong, but I just would like to examine that
statement - that the object disappeared. It means exactly that the object vanished which I find hard to believe. Moving out of the line of sight seems
to make me feel better than a disappearing act of the object.
All of this may actually be another reason why -- no one seems to actually know anything about UFO's anyway, because all the tools come out and proof
is needed also then. The nervous activity is needed to respond quickly to something that wakes a person up for a brief period of time.
I saw variations in color and I did not pixelate the picture but sized the object bigger. Sorry, that is all the program I have unless one can provide
a link to that fratual program free.