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Originally posted by internos
As correctly pointed out, while it's impossible to calculate its size, it's obvious that the object is at the same focus of the trees, hence it's small and relatively close to the camera, nothing even close to a real aircraft for sure,
a .jpg is blocks of mathmatics used to describe much smaller block of pixels. When an object such as this is compared to the treeline below, it's inherent that the algorithm used is consistent throughout the image.
Meaning the closer the color tonal values, the less pixelation will be seen since it's easier to average the colors.
the treeline is immensely close in sharpness. Individual leaves can be seen. In such a shot, I would EXPECT the craft to have an extremely sharp edge in such a silhouetted condition.
I've the seen the highest qulified experts on here proven wrong after "definitive" examinations.. It's why anon .jpgs are so annoying.
Originally posted by EverythingYouKnowIsWrong
reply to post by Xtraeme
I agree that the distance/height accuracy of pasting the images together as I did is not perfect, but I still feel the difference in height is too extreme.
- The clouds in the first picture are blue, and in the other two they are grey, so the photographer either changed the camera settings between the 1st and 2nd shot, or enough time elapsed for the clouds to shift and the light to change.
- The clouds in the first picture don't match up with the clouds in the 2nd picture, but the 2nd and 3rd have almost identical clouds, so again some time must have elapsed between the 1st and 2nd shot, but very little between the 2nd and 3rd.
- Like someone else mentioned, the turning angle of the craft is too extreme for a straight-ish path. In the original source it says it "came from the northwest, and headed south". Assuming the photographer was facing west, the angles do describe that flight path, but the craft should have been much smaller in the distance in the first shot to be at that angle. Since the object is almost exactly the same size in all 3 shots, it must have gotten very close before it made a very sharp turn, much more than a normal plane, which definitely would have been remarkable enough to put in the report.
Bspiracy's video of the exposure convinced me it's probably an object outside, but I would bet that it's something like this: RC Stealth Bomber
It doesn't look like a UFO to you?
Originally posted by vardlokkur
In a thunderstorm I wouldn't be surprised to see a piece of cardboard flying around in the lower atmosphere, the image seems fairly two dimensional, the shape and texture is obscure due to the lightning and angle but to me it doesn't look like a UFO.
Originally posted by peacejet
The photos are perfect. Best evidence of aliens visiting us. A flag for this thread.