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ATS.MIX: 81 – Ed Grimsley UFO Hunter

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posted on May, 27 2008 @ 02:14 AM
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Originally posted by Dave Rabbit
If Johnny has his way, we will all have Fedoras and be doing some serious investigations with ATS Members.


Dave,
Just as long as you don't start calling me Indiana, I could handle a fedora.

Can mine be camouflaged in color?

Johnny




posted on May, 27 2008 @ 03:04 PM
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Here's what you need:

Night Owl digital iGen 20/20.-$500
iTheater VR glasses 50" virtual screen at 6 meters.-$150
Green laser-$20
Something to attach the iGen to ie. VCR, DVD recorder.($?)

I've been using iGen for two months and absolutely LOVE it.
I have hours of real time footage.

Please don't spend the rent on 3 gen when digital is MORE than enough line pairs per mm. and resolution.
No degeneration over time because no proton tube is used.
CCD tech!!

The iTheater glasses are a nice touch but not required.

Have fun... look up with respect... and let us all know what you find!

-ProjectPhyrePhly-



posted on May, 27 2008 @ 06:49 PM
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Originally posted by ProjectPhyrePhly
Here's what you need:
Night Owl digital iGen 20/20.-$500


Actually we have already purchased the iGen monocular prior to our posting this up. At best it might be likened to a Gen2+..

But well see how it does in some side by side testing.. Thanks for your post, why not post up some of your videos you say you've captured.. I think we would all love to see it.. And if you do, please send me a U2U (private message) so I can view wherever you post it up at..

Thanks!
Johnny



posted on May, 27 2008 @ 08:25 PM
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Hi Johnny.

We already tested the iGen against Ed's 3 gen. here in Monterey and without exception were able to track any and all targets sighted with the 3 gen. but this isn't a contest.
It's just an alternate way of getting the job done. It's all good!

The ability to share by plugging the iGen into a portable TV, recorder or VR glasses sealed the deal for me. That and of course the price!

We're still looking for a good site to post on. Any suggestions? We have about 8 hours total. More every night the sky is clear.

I'll make the same offer here I did in my introductory post:

I'd be more than happy to send you or any ATS official a DVD (mpeg 4) of 40 minutes of raw footage we took over Monterey on 5-13-08.
Lots of targets.
Just let me know.
Our goal is to record any and everything that we can see in the IR over Monterey and to share freely anything we record or experience.

If we can get excellent results for 1/5th the cost of 3rd gen then so can you or anyone else.

Again, I encourage everyone to check this out.

There is something going on in the IR.




Good luck and keep up the good work.

-ProjectPhyrePhly-



posted on May, 27 2008 @ 10:13 PM
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Originally posted by ProjectPhyrePhly
I'd be more than happy to send you or any ATS official a DVD (mpeg 4) of 40 minutes of raw footage we took over Monterey on 5-13-08.
Lots of targets.
Just let me know.

-ProjectPhyrePhly-


I'm sending you a U2U, please advise if you receive it or not..

Thanks!

Johnny



posted on May, 27 2008 @ 11:20 PM
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Johnny.

Yep, got it and replied.

If I have any problems I'll U2U you.

Thanks again for the interest and input.

-P3-



posted on May, 28 2008 @ 03:21 PM
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Originally posted by ProjectPhyrePhly
Johnny.
Thanks again for the interest and input.


Hey.. were all just part of the big intergalactic jigzaw puzzle..

In regards to the dual setup.. here's ones I made years back when
I needed two cameras, one in Infrared and one normal to be aimed
at the same target. It allows for easy exchange/switching of devices.
This photo shows a Binocular/Camcorder setup. Where ever I would
look in the Binoculars, the Camera would record that target.



Simple and cheap, I made several for other folks, and painted them
jet-black to match the tripod head. And I figure i saved about $100.00
compared to what I did find in the market that did the same thing.

Just like having more than one witness adds credibility to the report/sighting.
Having more than one capture really add credibility and helps validate that
indeed some event did happen and it was captured on two separate cameras.

Johnny

[edit on 5/28/2008 by JohnnyAnonymous]



posted on May, 28 2008 @ 05:14 PM
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Hey Johnny.

Very nice set-up!!

Maybe some weekend we could organize a simultaneous viewing.

Here in Monterey Ca. we seem to get a "rush hour" between 10p.m. and 11p.m. our time.

For whatever reason I get more targets between these hours than most of the the evening.

Ideally it would be nice to have several points of view of the sky on a particular evening.

Then again, IR viewing is a lot like kite flying... you don't do it when you want to, you do it when you can.


-ProjectPhyerPhly- (P3)



posted on May, 28 2008 @ 05:31 PM
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Originally posted by ProjectPhyrePhly
Hey Johnny. Very nice set-up!!
Maybe some weekend we could organize a simultaneous viewing. Here in Monterey Ca. we seem to get a "rush hour" between 10p.m. and 11p.m. our time.


I've learned from my past efforts that around two (2) hours after sundown and two (2) hours before daybreak seem to be the bast viewing. I equate that as to the Sun still reflecting off these objects.

And I agree wholeheartedly.. I'd love to be able to come to Monterey and collaborate in some skywatching! Worse-case scenario.. we can still perhaps verify sightings from two (2) different areas and perspectives.. That would lend some credibility and validation to the captures/sightings.. We could each document the times and trajectory along with a brief sighting summary.. And that would help those that may be a bit more than skeptical about the whole concept...

Johnny



posted on May, 28 2008 @ 05:44 PM
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Johnny.

Agreed!

Weather permitting I'm always looking up Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night between 9:30p.m. and whenever, usually midnight or if they're really busy I've been up until 2-
3a.m.
Weekdays I'm usually viewing solo but still if the weather is clear it's hard to keep me inside.
Viewing is more productive with more eyes to the sky.

And yes, you don't need to come to Monterey but hey we've got a good team here with lots of experience and a good attitude. You are, of course, more than welcome.

Corroborating evidence is hard to beat...

Let's do this!!

-P3-



posted on May, 28 2008 @ 06:02 PM
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You guys be sure and bring along plenty of Bush Beans, I still want that documented.



posted on May, 28 2008 @ 07:08 PM
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Originally posted by ProjectPhyrePhly

Agreed! Corroborating evidence is hard to beat...

Let's do this!!


For those of you that want to be able to see and track the several 100's of satellites I'm including a link.


science.nasa.gov...


And as I did to just make sure that were not just seeing satellites,

I would suggest grabbing data from NASA (see link). punch in your

Zipcode and time of the area your in. Click "options", then choose

"Control" and choose "All Satellites". Then choose "LIST". This will

break down all the objects by the hour. Simply click on one of the

little squares of a particular time and it will bring up more information.


This will bring up on the screen the magnitude, the velocity, the trajectory,

the altitude, the rise and setting of the satellite too. The feature I like the

best is that it shows in the trajectory whether it's a straight path or slightly

'bows' in it's orbit (all from our perspective and vantage point).


Another website that offers real-time tracking is located here (less

information)

www.n2yo.com...



Johnny



posted on May, 29 2008 @ 08:36 PM
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Just as a "FYI"...

In our intro in Episode #82, we call up Ed Grimsley to get an update from him..

His answer and information was startling if true..

The show will be up by Thursday Midnight (PST)..

Johnny

*UPDATE*
Here's the link to the show with the Ed Grimsley update,,

www.abovetopsecret.com...

[edit on 5/29/2008 by JohnnyAnonymous]



posted on May, 30 2008 @ 12:03 AM
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But.. But.. That's a link to the Ventura interview, Johnny.

Edit: Listened to the show. Ignore me.



[edit on 30-5-2008 by Tuning Spork]



posted on Jul, 1 2008 @ 10:11 PM
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So where did you get your IGen?



Johnny Says...
My apologies, I hit the wrong button to reply to your query.. Please see below..

And ProjectPhyrePhly will be posting up some footage in the weeks to come.. be patient..

[edit on 7/1/2008 by JohnnyAnonymous]

[edit on 7/2/2008 by JohnnyAnonymous]



posted on Jul, 2 2008 @ 12:01 AM
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I got mine from Optics Planet because they offered a 30 day satisfaction guarantee (ontop of the manufactures warranty) here;
Johnny's iGen purchase site


But there are a number of places to get them from including eBay. I have some saved links from other places that I'm including below all at different prices (which seems to go from 445-700 depending on reseller)

Anacortes/ BuyTelescopes.com for $449.oo

Adorama $449.oo

Nite Vision Super Store $471.oo

eBay from 489.00 - 500.oo

Hope that helps..

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