posted on Sep, 4 2009 @ 09:20 PM
Hi, I'm hoping someone is interested in collaborating with me to finish an analysis. It involves rotating a set of coordinates in 3D to establish
whether there is a symmetric pattern to a possible formation in STS 80 footage. Please let me know if you have skills in any kind of software to do
this and are interested.
See the following for background on the posited formation of seven objects seen in footage from STS 80.
www.abovetopsecret.com...
I have compiled a short paper on the analysis I've done so far. I sent it to Jack Kasher, who did this analyis of STS 48 footage. He encouraged
further analysis of the STS 80 footage.
www.nicap.org...
Very briefly, the objective is to test a simple hypothesis: that when rotated to form a circle, the objects will display a precise symmetric pattern
in which distances to the left and right of a central object are the same. An additional hypothesis is that the central object lies on a line which,
when rotated, is directly in the centre of the circle.
If so, well, case closed ...
I have the 2-D coordinates as measured on screen. I can supply these in 3-D based on estimated angle of inclination in z-axis of the plane in which
the objects are hypothesized to lie.
Cheers, 9
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