Wow, thats incredible if authentic! Still seems a little to far fetched considering the way he constructed the apparatus. Wonder if anyone could replicate his device?
Originally posted by Implosion
There's a thread here which contains more images and some discussion...
Isn't it common knowledge that there's a 'culture of secrecy among observatory astronomers all over the world?
Originally posted by MetisElara
Mods, bear with me, as I'm aware there have been threads on this topic in the past. However, I feel they weren't started correctly and focused on Jose Escamilla's controversial and undependable distribution methods rather than on the actual subject matter itself.
This subject matter you are mentioning has been discussed extensively
before here under several titles. Your thread is not providing anything
new or relevant to this story MetisElara, in fact it's just a new promo
attempt for the Interstellar movie providing the same repeated links
we all know already. Therefore what's your connection with Escamilla
or JLW ?
Originally posted by alaskan
I really want to see how this invention works.
If they were cool they would tell the public, that way there would be people seeing what they saw all over the place, otherwise it just seems like they're another scam group making money off of their "secret."
Originally posted by Xeven
One of those looks like a blurry image of that space suit the ISS released awhile back. Others look like blurry pictures of the Hubble space telescope the ISS maybe a front shot of the shuttle. If anything he has devised a way to take blury images of near earth man made objects orbiting earth.
Originally posted by Alien Abduct
I agree totally. If it were me I would at least tell my friends and you know they wouldn't keep this to them selves. This guy is delibritly concealing this for the sole purpose of making every penny he can out of it. Or you can say that "someone" is keeping his mouth shut which could be. But until this guy comes out with his technique and cordenence I'm not buying it.