posted on Feb, 8 2008 @ 08:18 AM
Originally posted by ItsHumanNature
reply to post by jfj123
Simmer down there teakettle.
I'm sorry, was I shouting???
If you don't believe the technology exists to project a crappy wispy image for a couple of seconds, fine.
Get yourself a laser and fire it around in the middle of the daytime and see what you get.
Then tell me how many super computers you'd need running with parallel processors to generate any image of that size and interacting with
environmental variables not to mention controlling all the laser projectors.
In addition, what would have been the medium that the hologram would have been projected on?
Your insistance that this technology doesnt exist because there is no "proof" is just as valid as saying that it does exist in the absence of
I'm sorry but that is silly. By your thought process, I can make anything up and since you can't disprove it's existence, it may exist.
Giant, flying, invisible, purple wombats orchestrated 9/11. Prove they didn't. Same thing
What is your point? The fact remains that the live videos are fakes,
Can you prove this?
there were no airliners, and yet people on the scene did see "something".
Prove there were no airliners.
Perhaps focusing your energy on a reasonable explanation for these three seemingly incompatible truths would be in order instead of focusing it
on others who are doing exactly that.
Since holography at that level of sophistication cannot exist, they must have been real planes.
P.S. If a daylight projection is not possible, are you implying that David Copperfield REALLY made a 747 disappear?
It had NOTHING to do with holography. No offense but if you were knowledgeable about lasers and holography, you'd realize how silly this holography
idea really is.
I'll do you one better, here's how David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty disappear.
Copperfield had a setup of two towers on a stage, supporting an arch to hold the huge curtain that would be used to conceal the statue. The TV
cameras and the live audience only saw the monument through the arch. When the curtains closed, David waxed poetic while the stage was ... slowly ...
and imperceptibly ... turned. When the curtains opened, the statue was hidden behind one of the towers, and the audience was looking out to sea.
Voila! The Statue of Liberty has disappeared!
I think he didn't. The most reasonable explanation for his "magic" is that there was no airplane there at all, only the image of one.
If you had actually looked into this for a few seconds, you would have found the REAL answer.
[edit on 8-2-2008 by jfj123]