posted on Feb, 7 2008 @ 09:24 PM
After seeing the video from India (shot using an IR filter), the videos from Mexico (shot using the IR function on the camera and the FLIR videos),
the NASA tether video (shot using UV), and reading some people's testimony of close encounter events with UFOs, I can't help but wonder...
For the experts out there, here is my question:
According to classical physics, sound is a mechanical wave and light is an electromagnetic wave, but if sound waves can be made to be out of phase
(ie- nullified, dead spots, etc), then is it possible that EM waves could be made to be out of phase, too?
Assuming it is possible to make EM waves be out of phase, and assuming these objects are highly technologically advanced craft, is it possible and/or
probable that this is precisely what they are doing? They aren't bending light. They aren't absorbing light. They are making the light
waves/frequencies be out of phase. The frequencies are still there, they've just been phased out of our ability to perceive them with the naked eye,
(except under certain conditions).
This makes sense to me when I hear of UFO sightings where lights are suddenly there, out of the blue, and in close proximity to the witness(es).
Sometimes they report feeling distorted, light headed, sick to their stomachs, etc. Could it be that based on the witness(es) proximity to the
"craft" the intensity of the phased light frequencies are wreaking havoc on those individuals, in the same fashion that strobing lights can bring on
an epileptic seizure in some individuals?
I know this is all speculation, and I'm sorry if this seems off topic but I feel that this is a point worth considering, since some of the recent
reports here deal with optical filtering. Just as we have IR, UV, and light amplification filters for personal video cameras, could we make "phase
correcting" filters as well, (assuming any of this is possible)?
Thank you in advance for those who reply...