posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 12:27 PM
reply to post by dgtempe
dg, with all respect to your point. My biggest take away on this is how pictures might portray something completely different or even subtly
different from the video of it, and more specifically how that applies to other areas we are interested in besides politics.
Now it appears that more than one person on this thread feels there was a normal reflexive response to the signaling which we are adapted to respond
But then again, those of us who may feel that way wouldn't be saying that if they weren't receiving the same signal from the photo.
What the video shows will always come down to a subjective decision, and I think that is the a key thing. For example, when I am waiting for someone
behind me, I will often turn my head to the right in a half-attempt to see them, or to signal to them I am waiting on them. I do this a lot as I am a
fast walker, being so tall, and often have to wait on others to catch up so as not to walk to far ahead of them.
So to me, even though I can totally see why the picture makes it look that way, this signals a completely different thing to me, specifically that
he's doing the same thing I do. Now, it's also quite possible that in doing that, he caught a glimpse of what many of us might call an attractively
dressed female, and has a reaction to that as well.
Anyway, I think that in many pictures like the supposed STS videos of ufos I don't see moving ships, I see geo-stationary debris. So in the end, how
much of our own subjectivity and conditioned response (partially formed by belief and experience) plays a part in our conviction in our own
[edit on 11-7-2009 by HunkaHunka]