posted on Jun, 23 2009 @ 03:47 AM
reply to post by Xtinguish
I think alot of the reasons people are seeing odd things in these videos (supposed morphing reptilians) has to do with the characteristics of the
recording device and its specifications. Remember Rods? People were photographing insects and birds with still cameras and video cameras that ended
up looking like long, wormy objects with corkscrew wings. Suddenly, Rods were explainable and didn't seem so enigmatic. There are very few videos
of Rods that actually show something more interesting than insects and birds.. And even those might have very normal explanations. We just don't
This effect can be seen in how videotaped helicopters appear to have rotor blades that don't move (or move very slowly). It's all in how the camera
shoots the video and records it digitally.
I think people are sifting through videos looking closely for these kinds of inconsistencies.. Much like some people sift through endless Mars rover
images looking for odd shapes and abnormalities.
If you're looking closely enough for something, you're eventually going to find it. And after said videos were posted up on youtube of morphing
reptilians, people took it and ran with it. But not just because of the little evidence to support the existence of Reptilians. There's also the
UFO phenomenon. People made all these hypothetical links between all this stuff and came up with wild theories about Reptilian aliens (almost as if
it was a religion of some sort). I think that's why we've ended up with wild speculation involving Reptilian shapeshifters bent on world domination
by covertly looking alot like very normal humans for certain periods of time.
A good dose of skepticism is always healthy. If people are willing to believe in X based on something some joe shmoe claims as proof, what else would
those people believe on faith and faith alone on top of this? There is definately no shortage of people willing to link everything together however
they see fit. And, as it seems, there is also no shortage of people out there willing to believe all of it.
UFO's, enigmatic but still not understood very well.
The paranormal, enigmatic but still not understood very well.
I guess I just don't understand why people would be willing to speculate to such a degree that they would link all of this together. As if that makes
it more believable or something? IMO, There is definately some truth to the UFO phenomenon, there is definately some truth to the paranormal..
People just seem to be using these 2 closely linked to their already speculative Reptilian hypotheses' as supporting evidence of their already
existing theories.. Thus, if someone captures proof of a UFO, it must also imply proof of a Reptilian presence. I guess I just don't understand this
kind of thinking.. It just defies logic.