posted on May, 21 2009 @ 03:09 PM
LOL I have no idea what the question or answer is; however, I must say I found the comment "Who stole the sports section from my Sunday paper? Jews"
to be absolutely hilarious. I am still laughing at that. Not being sarcastic, or mean spirited, just honest laughter, it was funny, ironically, there
may be truth to it as well lol.
I have a question for you since you are a head cheese around here. Last night (actually early this morning) I went outside to look at the stars, I saw
something that looked to me like a red star which I have never seen before in my 44 years of life, so I went inside the house and got my camera, a
zoom lens and a tripod and shot about 60 pictures of it. The camera is a Nikon D-3 DSLR and the lens was a Nikkor 70-300 F4 zoom. I took the pictures
with a 1 and 3 second shutter speed and a F5 setting on the F-stop. What I saw is really strange. Not only is it not a star, it is not even shaped
like a star and it is stationary in the sky. Its only movement was the natural movement of the heavens in the night sky due to the Earth's rotation.
I was taking pictures from 2:30am til 4:30am and this thing is stationary. I have absolutely no clue what it is and sent some copies of the pictures
to a friend of mine who is a PhD in the physics department at IU (Indiana University). He has not gotten back to me yet, so I don't know what his
professional opinion is; however, this is quite strange indeed. I have ruled out an asteroid or comet due to the lack of movement across the night sky
so I am left sucking on my thumb here.
Anyhow back to the question. The images are rather large and cannot be uploaded into the site. I was wondering if you could give me any ideas as to
how to post them so I can get some opinions on them? Please bear in mind, I am a psychologist, not a photographer, so I do not know how to manipulate
the pictures to make them up-loadable. Also I do not want to change them in any way shape or form as to not have to be accused of being a fraud. They
are exactly as the camera saw them and I would like to keep them that way so they stand up to scrutiny.
Any assistance you can provide will be appreciated.
[edit on 5/21/2009 by DarrylGalasso]