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Anyone see a pattern? Mods can you do anything about this totally unjustified title? Is there any way to subtract stars from the OP for misleading me into watching this with a fake title?
Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
You mean the doughnut shape.
That is just caused by a bright light surrounding an electrically energized
craft using a Tesla coil.
Ever see a Tesla coil spark away on youtube videos.
Connected to a metal craft the whole outsides glow with electrified
Originally posted by Amaterasu
... that "fisheye" or not, parallax is not minimized by any lens, and that is what is demonstrated by the footage.
... there is no way the relative movement (or lack thereof) in the camera of the objects and the tether can be explained other than by placing many of them very close together.
Let alone the fact that one of the objects passes behind the tether
Your reality may differ.
Originally posted by Lazyninja
The objects floating around the tether are just debris and space junk, which are overexposed because of the high level that the camera is zooming at. If you have not come to this conclusion it is because you have not researched the subject enough.
Don't take my word for it, keep looking until you see the video of the guy replicating the tether incident, he even makes the pulsating donut appear to go behind the model tether, even though the pencil he uses is clearly right next to the camera.
And yes, an overexposed pencil does change into a pulsating donut, for whatever arcane reason.
[edit on 3-7-2009 by Lazyninja]
and yet you failed to realize the issue involved here.
the second video I posted, the guy doing the 3d example (which can be replicated with a real cam) shows how the camera movement would have had the swimmers moving in a different speed than the tether.
The guy holds fishing line up next to the camera to demo how it looks like its behind...but did he move the cam the way the tether vids moved?
therefore, invalid test then considering he didnt replicate the conditions and evidence of the video.
Originally posted by SaturnFX
reply to post by Lazyninja
ok, your entire argument then is that the shape is explainable.
luckily I, in the initial first very first yep read it post said the same thing...its overexposed...the shape is from the lens, that is inconsequential
I seen the same exact debunking video you have, read the same arguments.
since you refuse to read the initial post, I no longer will waste energy explaining the actual issue presented...no need to continue.