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In November 2007 an aerial photo of a destroyed Syrian nuclear site was released, on which I performed a brief photo analysis. It is still not known to this day if this image is supposed to be an aerial photo or a satellite image.
Here is a quick review of the previous faked images.
Vectors clearly show problems with shadow angles in impossible places in this 2007 photo on two opposite sides of raised structures. Compare shadows of orange arrow and yellow arrows...
Vectors clearly show problems with shadow angles in impossible places in this 2007 photo on two opposite sides of raised structures. Compare shadows of orange arrow and yellow arrows. This isn,t possible with sunlight as the only light source.
Graphics applied to some of the problem areas in Fig. 4.
Red and green vectors should all be parallel.
A number of anomalies exist in this photo which we shall explore. The following is an explanation of graphics shown in Fig. 6...
Falkirk, Scotland aerial photo shown at original size. Vectors show that numerous buildings and trees at various angles to the Sun produce the same shadow angles.  (Image of this city was selected for both shadow clarity and various building angles...)
Originally posted by battlestargalactica
reply to post by mybigunit
Yeah you're right, N. Korea was suspected in helping the Syrians with this alleged nuke facility, this was I believe due to the design of the building and supports.