Originally posted by pc is here
reply to post by ahamarlin
They could be things that mostly reside on another, smaller dimension that exists right here, right now. Or possibly they could exist in another
location, say Jupiter and simply manifest themselves on earth briefly by some quantum dazzle of non-locality.
Another aspect to "dimensions" is this; I found that filming using "high speed cameras, at anywhere of 2000 to 4000 frames per seconds, it opens up
dimensions that we never perceive to exist! So when you look at Rods, they are traveling the the speed spectrum of the "very fast." Stay with me on
this: A bullet travels at approximately 600 mph. So in order for us to "see" the bullet in flight, (which is by the way), traveling in another
dimension or "frequency" higher than our perception, we need to capture it in a high speed frame rate of at least 4000 frames per second. This means
four thousand snap shots are taken by a camera per each second!
When we take a high speed camera and film the "invisible" bullet as it speeds through the dimension of "the very fast" and when we take that film
and slow it down to "our perception of seeing things at 24 to 60 frames per second, what we are going to be able to do, is to "view into the
dimension" that exists way beyond our perception.
SO, when we have the technology available for us to film at high speeds (which are available now), and when we train these cameras into the skies. AND
when we film for a couple hours, and when we play everything back at 24 to 30 frames per second. Then, we are going to "see" into the dimension of
the "very fast" where we as humans, with a low perception of 24 to 60 fps, will finally be able to see things that are traveling among us at such
high velocities that we will probably freak out at what['s actually out there that we never see on a daily basis! I can attest to this, because of my
experiences in filming Rods and other high velocity objects that appear within the "fields" of video, (that's at 1/60th of a second), that are
passing by so quickly, only cats and birds can detect them. Birds and cats have a far better vision acquity than humans.
They are seeing things we need an apparatus to to help us see before we can acknowledge anything as being there.
To add one more thing to Rods and other things we have among us. There is a very interesting clip that was filmed in Florida. Gulf Breeze I think, and
there is this perfect round silver sphere hovering in the scene. You can tell the camera was filming at a high shutter setting, because the quality
and clarity of the footage is very high. Suddenly, the silver sphere darts off from it's position at upper right screen to lower mid-center
What happens here is very important to Rods research. So please take time to soak it in. The "sphere" takes off so fast, that by the time, (three
frames later), it appears again in the scene, it has now taken the shape of a ROD! Not resembling, but "identical to a Rod!
So what this proved to me, is that there are "things" out there flying about, that even in the high shutter settings, they cause this motion
blurring effect. BUT in this case, it was not an insect! It was a round silver sphere that hung there long enough for anyone to tell it was not an
insect, or a bird. It could explain why even at the high shutter settings, spheres, may travel at such high velocities that they cause this
So this is yet another part of the camcorder artifact. Perhaps there are high velocity spheres flying about causing the Rod-Like shapes even at the
highest shutter setting?
There is so much more to this and insects are not the only explanation.