Originally posted by Allred5923
I have been a Internet friend of Zorg for some time now
Good for you.
brought the pic to a simple "Paint" program to look for variations of shadow, pretty amazing that there is nothing toeing it to the ground
Even when the shadow is made brighter by changing the light levels?
It is completely suspended in air, it does seem to have some kind of propulsion system to levitate and it is clearly an "ANOMOLY" of
different articulated dimensions.
It does not look to be in the air more than the other areas of that photo, and I don't see anything
anomalous in it.
This is a pic from inversion:
You can clearly make out the design effect and the of the "Anomaly" and it is ironic it was basically, as far as I can tell, on the structural
design of "Tassette Blue" (SP?]
What design effect, I don't understand what you are saying, and I don't have the slightest idea of what a
"Tassette Blue" may be.
Zorgon is not one to be frivolous with examples of thing's of this sort, I think it deserves the attention. IMHO.
I don't see why you
talk about Zorgon, he has not been on this thread, and even if it was and if he was talking about the photo I would be saying the same things, he may
wear a crown, but I am not impressed by that.
Now, one thing that I don't know if you noticed, is that this photo is not a common photo, it's a photo using infrared light, so basically it is
showing hotter and cooler areas instead of brighter and darker areas.
I noticed the way Skipper said it.
Now remember that this is infrared imaging, so the lighter color the object, the more heat it is generating in the infrared and the cooler it is
with the darker colors.
The object may have a brighter colour, meaning that it's hotter, but that does not mean that the object is "generating"
heat, as Skipper wrote, it means that the object is emitting heat, it says nothing (because it's not possible) about the source of the heat. A piece
of metal that was left on a fire for some time may emit a lot of heat but it's not generating it, a human being is generating it but it looks (and
is) cooler than the piece of metal on an infrared photo.
Themis also photographed that area (as well as all other areas) during the night, to see the difference between the emitting of heat and the
generating, and this is how it looks.
Resized to 300%
You can compare it with the daytime infrared photo.
Resize to 300%
Now, considering that all this is in infrared and this one is visible light, the "shadows" on the previous photos are not shadows, are cooler areas,
while in this photo the shadows are really shadows.