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On September 10, 2008, Christine Dickey took a photograph during a thunderstorm (photo below) that not only captured the presence of a UFO, but on further investigation revealed what appears to be the existence of many different types of aliens.
In the process of enlarging the "STS-UFO", some symbols were discovered on the right hand side of the craft. Considering many feel that these images are nothing more than "ice particles", it is strange to see letters and numbers appearing in the picture so clearly.
When looking at the same image (in negative), you can also see another "symbol" to the left of the craft.
Similar symbols (and pictographs) have also been found on images taken from Mars, using the same technique for enlarging the detail, and we hope to add these for viewing later.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
As one of the persons who is involved with PPP let me explain how the process works in the simple terms. Imagine you take a photo of an object and your photo is 4x6 than that photo contains about 600 digital pixels. What we did with Christine's photo was enlarge the photo to nearly 45,000 digital pixels which made the photo the size of a outdoor movie screen 50feetx50feet, with our special equipment. No as you can imagine we can see ever little detail like it was taken from a plane at 500ft. looking down on a row of buildings. After finding the data we are looking for all of the data is crammed into a 4x6 photo, that's a lot of data but everything that was in the 50x50 foot photo is now in the 4x6 inch photo. This process takes up to 12 hours as we enlarge the photo thousands of times, in other words a 4x6 becomes a 5x9 inch photo so we do not change the image. Once all the data is back into the 4x6 we use a patented process to begin enlarging the part of the photo we want to see. This is an over simplification of the process but it is a good example. I would be gald to answer so questions about the photo or the process. I am the Scientist assitant. Ronnieufo
The amazing thing about "PPP" is that there is almost no limit to the detail that can be achieved. On closer inspection a number of windows were apparently discovered, and after many hours of processing each image, it became possible to actually look inside! The following image is a selection of what appears to be different aliens found inside the craft. A couple of these are still awaiting the PPP treatment, but we are able to show you some that have been prepared (see below).