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Originally posted by internos
Someone in Greenville is having some fun with a Mugi Evo RC toy or something very like that, in my humble opinion: this is at least the THIRD report of "triangle ufo" shaped more about that way, see also:
Three Clear Photographs Taken of Triangular UFO over South Carolina Ufo casebook - March 16, 2009
Photos Taken of Mysterious Aurora or TR3B??UFO NorthWest - April 19, 2008
But especially in one of the photos submitted to UFONW,
the resembleance is streaking.
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, not to mention the absence of motion blur and the strange manoeuvre of the object (what was the pilot's purpose to hang there? To be photographed as many times as possible)? Besides, even an amateur would be able to customize the shape of his rc toy so we might see many different "triangle ufos" photos coming from there, in the future, since someone seems to crave much attention. Just my 2 € cents
[edit on 10/6/2009 by internos]
Originally posted by peacejet
The photos are perfect. Best evidence of aliens visiting us. A flag for this thread.
Originally posted by Bspiracy
Originally posted by defcon2
The thing that strikes out at me is that the noise on and around the craft is different from the rest of the image.its as if someone has tried to match up the image noise to make it look authentic.
I tried to address this earlier..
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. Go through your picture collection and look for similar sort of shots.. trees next to buildings, powerlines etc.. hard edges will almost always have a "noisier" look to them than objects of similar values.
why would creatures with the ability to traverse great distances in space need lights on their craft?
Originally posted by whiskeypoet
Seems only pteridine has mentioned the different aspects. Think of the last time you saw an aircraft fly over you. How far would you have had to travel in MILISECONDS to get photos of the Port, Starboard AND tail of the aircraft?
This is staged, CGI, Model what have you. Unless the pilot chose to make three runs over the same wooded area to allow the photographer the chance to get his good side THREE times this is bunk.
Sorry, wish it was real. I would love to see a daylight photo of the SOB that flew over me about a year ago.