posted on Aug, 19 2008 @ 10:10 PM
Yes indeed, You can still tell that is not a real person, at least to me. Like around the lips with her teeth. But it may be that I already knew that
she wasn't real, so I was looking for the mistakes. I did see those very little mistakes right away, but I'm good at that, I mean, I can tell the
difference between identical twins, even if they are dressed alike, same hair style and everything. It's something about the skin that I can tell the
But this is really, really good and bad at the same time. A member already mentioned it: With this technological advancement we cannot trust anything
out there any more.
I read about this on a book, where a military person(from the USA) was in shocked when they showed him a video of himself talking against his country,
talking about treason.
He said it wasn't him but the evidence was there. Then they proceeded to tell him that it was just an animation with his face and voice, and they
could make appear that anyone have said anything they wanted to. Really scary. And this is only the technology they show us; usually when they talk
about a technology being developed, it's because it has been perfected about 10-15 years ago.
So, is that the real Bin Laden? Is there a Bin Laden? Is he himself saying all those things that they show us in the news?
Another thing that comes to mind. For reason of national security. When they have a case in court they don't televise it (like Saddam Hussein's), is
it because there are things that we are not supposed to know? This is a rhetoric question.
PS. Now they can use real puppets to tell us the news on TV!
[edit on 8/8/2008 by thegrayone]