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Originally posted by sotp
reply to post by cmazzagatti
I'm sorry if I seem cocky about it (I'm seldom 100% sure on these things) but I did say it was just my opinion. I just think there's way too much wrong with this guy's video. The Turkish UFO centre? Who? What makes these guys qualified to claim that this is 100% real and not a fake? The fact they've looked at a lot of UFO footage? So have most of us here but how many of us would claim to be such an authority that our word should be taken as absolute fact? I believe (given it's the Turkish UFO Centre) that maybe these guys are a little biased in declaring it's real. Also, if you watch their interview video with the supposed cameraman they ask a lot of leading questions and interrupt the guy when he starts going off on a tangent about aircraft. I do not find them to be credible at all, and would not be surprised to find that they are in on the hoax for some reason.
But again, that's just my opinion.
edit: Sorry, I got the centre's name wrong, but if I remember correctly their report stated that it was not CGI (and it clearly isn't) and there was no chance it was a model. I'd love to know how they can state that as absolute, there's nothing in the video that proves it can't be. To me (and many others) it clearly is a model.
[edit on 6/6/09 by sotp]
Originally posted by cmazzagatti
By the way, did you see the original footage from 2007-2008 below? Fast forward to 00:26 and watch closely. After about 20 seconds of filming the object over the sea, it disappears. Then, he zooms out and messes up the shot as he moves around. When he does this you can clearly see the buildings and trees surrounding him.
Originally posted by cmazzagatti
reply to post by internos
Your phototechnical analysis is appreciated, but you're sadly mistaken in saying I'm "hallucnating (typical left-brain, skeptic explanation)" by seeing a face. The only thing I did to the raw image was focus it and then mess with the brightness & contrast settings, which helped make the "being" more recognizable. And you can clearly see it, it's no coincidence. Infact, I have come to a sound conclusion that if you still fail to see the details of the face (narrow jaw, bulging eyes with slits, large forehead), you're either 1) a government disinformation shill, 2) mentally retarded, or 3) blind.
Basically, to claim to spot any eyes, mouths, ears in this "guy"
is closer to some hallucination than to some analysis
Originally posted by Nola213
pause at 2:16
it looks exactly like my kitchen faucet, you know where the water comes out.
Little light from above to make the chrome shine, leave the rest of the kitchen lights out, move the camera around, instant UFO.
Amazing how resourceful some people can be.
There's nho points of reference for any of the "money" shots. Red Flags go up , and yell model, or similiar hoax, like a shower handle or kitchen faucet. We know how far garbage can lids can take some people, and pictures of vareity shows.
Some people just wanna believe too much. I used to be like that. I hated any and all skeptics.
Anyhow the daytime footage is a different ship. The one in the beginning is different from the "faucet" ship.
How many different ships has this guy caught in one evening 3? , possibly 4? Are we really supposed to believe that? I dunno bout everyone else, your of course entitled to your opinion, but I don't.