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Two objects over Ocean...pics

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posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 09:12 PM
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That’s more than likely someone Parasailing at dusk. Which would be a good time to do it, because the sun is setting. The sun is reflecting off the parachute. I could be wrong though.

This is what it would look like around sunset.



[edit on 4-8-2007 by Mass.]




posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 09:14 PM
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Actually, if it was blinking a rough estimate of greater than once every .67 seconds to once a second, depending on timing ... a four second exposure would most likely still only have four 'orbs'.

If you look at the curved one ... it would actually show that it is blinking faster than once per second (blinking .8 at a perfect shutter timing would get 5 'orbs' ... )

Don't think quite so linear ... doesn't mean you can't be skeptical. Just make sure you think about your argument from multiple angles before coming to a conclusion.

I am not dismissing a possible known aircraft (or 'black' craft) nor am I dismissing it is unidentified to me (UFO).

I would like to see more photos, with different camera settings. I personally need to learn more about my digital camera (I will have to learn from hints by PsykoOps
), but, it is only 4 MP so I figure I have time before I ugrade ... and at the current moment, I can't find my SD card, so I don't even try. 8 pictures isn't enough for an 80+ mile trip to a dark beach ... or even a 20+ minute drive to a darker area of sky from where I live.

I agree with the efforts to support and deny any claims, let's just be fair with our doubts



posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 09:14 PM
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It looks like a Foo Fighter to me.

en.wikipedia.org...

Here's a Youtube video about the Foo Fighters
www.youtube.com...

It's in Spanish only. The clip at the end is the best part.


cjb

posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 09:14 PM
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Originally posted by T0by
What was their movement like?

I don't think that's been asked or mentioned yet..
I just woke up.


Hi T0by,

Well as I said before this objects were a long way out to sea. The movements are everything from motionless (usually when they first appear) to high speed when they fly out to sea. There is a possiblity they come from the sea as I have seen trails that give that impression. In one instance I heard the closeby 'whoosh' of an object only to turn around and be too late too actually see it, except for a few sparks from what I took to be the undercarriage, fast but silently move by.....



posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 09:18 PM
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Originally posted by cjb
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Hi DEM,

Thanks for your comments. The images are genuine and I will share others in the future. Chris


Do you mean that you have more and aren't sharing them now, or that you will get more? If you have them right now, why not post them right now????


-Jimmy-



posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 09:22 PM
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most Aircraft with a 3 way light navigation system would average about 100 -150 flashes per min. Each light flashes at a different time setting. Between 40 and 100 per min.. Accounting for overlaps you can guess around 120-130 before repeating cycle.

Don,t get me wrong. I,m not saying it isn't two aircraft. Just a heck of a co-incidence is all.



posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 09:23 PM
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That would have to be one heck of a fluke. A four second exposure of a craft blinking at precisely 1 per second.


That's correct. There could only be four lights if there were actually four different exposures. One long four second exposure would create a blur, unless these were very fast-acting strobe lights.

Besides, how do you get 4 seconds in the first place? The poster mentions time of day pics were taken but even then, the intervals were longer than four seconds.

[edit on 4-8-2007 by ClintK]


cjb

posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 09:24 PM
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Originally posted by tezzajw
Nice pictures. Send some of the objects down to Melbourne, so I can see them!

How often do you see them?


Hi tezza,

Over the last 8 years or so I have seen several hundred sightings of different kinds, some explained, mostly not.

I have been sharing my material with some Scientists who study this subject, and it is being analysed now. It is for this reason that I keep a low profile, although I don't mind sharing images for threads like this now and then.


cjb

posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 09:36 PM
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Originally posted by AGENT_T

Originally posted by cjb Actually MajesticTwelve is correct. If I were to take a comparable say, one second shutter image of the object, only one would appear in the frame. You have not allowed for the light to be blinking, at roughly one second intervals in this case, leaving the 'space' between the same object over a four second exposure.


That would have to be one heck of a fluke. A four second exposure of a craft blinking at precisely 1 per second.


Well, the speed of the object varies but from what I have seen from other images, a one second blink does seem the most common. eg an 8 second exposure will show 8 images of what is without doubt the same object. That said, I also have seen images of the streaked light, without a blink, over a one second exposure. While these pics here are definitely one object blinking, there are images of what appear to be separate objects flying just as close together, sometimes possibly in unison in a triangular formation, within the material.


cjb

posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 09:42 PM
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Originally posted by ClintK



That would have to be one heck of a fluke. A four second exposure of a craft blinking at precisely 1 per second.


That's correct. There could only be four lights if there were actually four different exposures. One long four second exposure would create a blur, unless these were very fast-acting strobe lights.

Besides, how do you get 4 seconds in the first place? The poster mentions time of day pics were taken but even then, the intervals were longer than four seconds.

[edit on 4-8-2007 by ClintK]


The images were taken using a 4 second shutter speed with a short duration between shots.



posted on Aug, 4 2007 @ 11:14 PM
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Originally posted by AGENT_T

That would have to be one heck of a fluke. A four second exposure of a craft blinking at precisely 1 per second.


Not a fluke at all if it's aircraft strobe.



posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 04:09 AM
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Very interesting.

I can't find any evidence that its been shopped. A real photograph I'm sure. But a photograph of what?

They are definitely emanating light. Not reflections IMO.



posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 04:54 AM
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The questions of movement/trajectory, number of objects, exposure etc. illustrate the superiority of video over stills. IMO.



posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 05:03 AM
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Originally posted by yuefo
..illustrate the superiority of video over stills. IMO.


I agree. The Nikon E5000 can take movies.
Maybe next time ..if it happens a lot??



posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 06:56 AM
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Enhanced. I can see one more light just coming out of the sea. Or is it a setting star?



Overlaid the multiple exposures on one.




[edit on 5/8/2007 by rocksolidbrain]



posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 08:31 AM
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Very interesting...I watched show on History Channel "UFO Files" yesterday which dealt primarily with "USO"s The show had former crewmember of USS F D Roosevelt which was witness to multiple USO/UFO events. One area was in Australia...called Tulley I think.
Maybe that is what you photographed. Show speculates that there are bases under ocean for these. Maybe they have been there before Man.
One researcher named Ivan (I forget last name). I guess he was in British intelligence..with ties to CIA ect.



posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 10:28 AM
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There are so many random specks all over the pictures that it's hard to tell. One round spot appears to be the moon. There are several smaller blue spots that may be stars.

Long exposures and pictures at night make it pretty much impossible to determine much from it.



posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 10:38 AM
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Originally posted by BlackProjects
Very interesting...I watched show on History Channel "UFO Files" yesterday which dealt primarily with "USO"s The show had former crewmember of USS F D Roosevelt which was witness to multiple USO/UFO events. One area was in Australia...called Tulley I think.
Maybe that is what you photographed. Show speculates that there are bases under ocean for these. Maybe they have been there before Man.
One researcher named Ivan (I forget last name). I guess he was in British intelligence..with ties to CIA ect.

Great show And I caught it yesterday also. For me it echoes what my father told me when he was aboard a Sub hunter Carrier in the late 50's to early 60's. They were far east theater and encountered many strange USO type contacts and even shadowed a amazingly agile underwater contact for many days in the Japanese Triangle region. He said a few times there were multi colored light shows going on under the sea but when they hovered over the location the light moved deeper than they had the ability too track yet were visible. He said they knew they werent following any Soviet sub at all and on a few ocassions took on special investigative regiments with very secretive cargo. Strange too say the least. He was an LSO and had a great view of all from his deck position.
Crazy.



posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 12:11 PM
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It's quite remarkable that star can be in front of the clouds... Isn't it???



posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 01:03 PM
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Regarding USO's, has anyone here watched "The Abyss"? If not, i should reccomened it, even if it is a little cliche'd



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