reply to post by trusername
This issue comes up every once in a while.
So I have this answer for you from a previous thread.
There is a very easy way to combat overskepticissity:
1. Take a photography class at your local learning annex.
2. Purchase bout ten grand worth of photo/video equipment including tripods, lenses, Flir, etc.
3. Make sure you're there, prepared and looking up at the sky when UFOs appear.
4. Gather witnesses and have them sign a prepared release form.
5. Take picture/video from different angles simultaneously.
6. Immediately place cameras into evidentiary Ziploc.
7. Have said Ziploc sealed by any cast member of CSI or a real CSI.
8. Document this procedure legally by having it notarized. (remember to always have a notary public with you)
9. Have someone take a picture of you, the witnesses, the UFO, the CSI, and the notary public, and have that notarized.
10. Send to ATS
Bob's your uncle!
It couldn't be simpler really.
For some people no proof/evidence is ever going to be acceptable, especially over the internet. It makes one wonder sometimes why they choose to
engage in the discussion other than to hear themselves type. Others see UFOs everywhere. Some are hoaxers, some are hopers some are a little off
I tend to read all the UFO and Anomalous picture threads with great curiosity and interest. I appreciate a lot of the work that image experts do for
us cause I have trouble even syncing by phone to my mac. A lot of things are explained away quickly, some are not.
For me the most important thing is to be able to walk away from something new or unexpected with the ability to say "I actually don't know what that