posted on Aug, 25 2007 @ 12:41 PM
Let's not be hasty here. Although one member did express putting filters on the photo and nothing showed up.
But again, the face on Mars and anything like that discussed is a valid question. All I can say is yes, a camera will pick up more spectrum of light
than the eye will. But without a proper filter if you aim the camera also at the Sun (and do not do this with your eyeballs unless you have at least a
# 12 or is that 14 welder's shade glass or sun filter) you still will burn out the camera trying to take a photo.
But I think it is safe to say (although maybe I should find a link) that the camera will pick up more spectrum of the light, but still, there would be
a way to tell if there is anything there or not.
I just do not have the equipment to do that, so to me, changing the picture to (add in) see the spacealien is only being done to a very limited degree
of the picture - and the rest of the picture is not changing.
But still I am not going to lose any sleep over it, and it is the poster of this thread who would have to convince anyone else to examine the photo in
other ways to enhance the light spectrum to spend any money on it.
I would also assume that if it is not readily seen in any photo (like perhaps the Trent photo from 1950) then the poster who started the thread is
going to have to spend the money. This was done in another UFO case where a chuck of some substance thought to be a type of metal from possibly a UFO
or space was sent to labs. It may be still up on the Internet, but still even after the labs, it was I think still questionable. Maybe the name was
Ken Brown or something like that, and the website was up and all he had done to send the metal to the lab and all of that, but still I think -- he was
the one that had to pay for it.
That is all I can say, and I was lucky enough to find the website, the same questions would remain - what the lab thinks vs. what other people think
and how much anyone is willing to spend money on anything to prove or disprove any photo or chuck of metal of any other thing related to being from
not of this Planet.
Perhaps the website can be found on Google but again, there is only limited time anyone has -- the rest depends on spending money to make anyone spend
more time on anything concerning whether it really is something there that is not of this Planet.
But I think a photo would cover that, and also enough of a program would bring out something in the end. However, it does not happen it seems with
anyone else looking at the original photo of just the garden.
So, if the poster who started the thread really thinks that there is something there, I afraid that it is him or her who will have to spend the money
to find the appropriate people to prove it beyond a shadow of a doubt, and the doubt seems to remain very high on this photo of just the backyard in
the dark of the night and the melodrama of it all in the Grand Scheme of Design of this Universe.
wooooo...................... okay, so that is all I will take up of your computer screen time. Twilight Zone music plays or X-File music plays.