posted on Sep, 23 2009 @ 02:14 PM
I enjoyed Mr. Grimsley's video. I'm not a debunker. I wish he would've gone into more detail about "what to look for", as he said
[paraphrasing] that once you know what to look for, you'll see the same thing -- battles in space, dozens or more UFOs.
I'm very envious of Ed. At least once a week, and often more, I spend an hour or two with NV hooked up to my camera, with the whole works on a
tripod. Where I live, the "seeing" is amazing -- the air is very clear, unless a weather system is in the area as it is now.
I see lots of satellites, most of them identifiable via heaven-above or other tracking sites. Frequently see objects that move very consistently to
satellites, however I'm unable to verify them as so. I've yet to see anything that looked unexplainable to me. I believe Mr. Grimsley. I have
to guess that perhaps this area is not active, or I just don't have the technique down yet. My NV is only 2nd generation, as that's all that is
allowable for companies in the U.S. to export.
I use a camera adapter such that the camera is shooting through the NV scope, and the NV is heavy enough that I've had to fabricate a prop for it
that fastens to the tripod. Good quality tripod -- the only one I've ever found that was tall enough that I don't have to hunch over much
I'll wander through Ed's works as I find them ..... perhaps he has clues that flesh out his methodology more.
Good thread, interesting. A tad disappointing, but still worthy.