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3 stationary discs photographed over CT [HOAX]

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posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 01:47 AM
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www.earthfiles.com...
Conn ecticut Man Uses iPhone to Photograph 3 Discs Over Stamford

© 2009 by Linda Moulton Howe


“Then I grabbed my iPhone, clicked once
and got those three discs not moving.”
- Kersten S., Limousine Driver, Stamford, CT
I was thinking bubble in the car window tint film but they are all the same regular shape & size so that's not very probable, I guess...

why the heck anyone wouldn't step out to take a photo of something unusual is beyond me.



 



[edit on 1-10-2009 by SkepticOverlord]




posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 02:06 AM
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i captured dese image, you WILL PM me for details



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 02:06 AM
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I've no idea, i guess they could be some type of cloud. But I will say this, this picture is plucked straight out of the dream I had last night!!



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 02:09 AM
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reply to post by fishspeaker
 


Um fishspeaker why would we pm u for details?? why not just publish details to the thread please??



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 02:15 AM
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Kersten S., Limousine Driver, Stamford, CT

Is this you? Because the person copyrighted it. I would encourage you to post the details of the picture if you did indeed take it.



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 02:19 AM
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Looks fake to me.

Why are they not centered in the middle of the camera view?

fishspeaker, if you took these images, can you please provide the originals that are straight from the camera? It seems someone ran the image in the original post through an image editing software, and it stripped the EXIF data.

Please, PM me if you have the original image straight from that camera. Until then it is suspected fake until proven real.



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 02:30 AM
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I think this guy is some kind of joker. have any of you seen some of his posts around? Pretty ridiculous and out of nowhere most the time.



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 02:39 AM
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Terrible attempt at Photoshop, terrible.

The sun is low in the sky and to the right of the photo, the shadows on the ground (ie: the tree) are going to the left, yet the objects are lit from above and to the left.

There's no atmospheric distortion between the camera and the objects, to simulate it (poorly) the guy who edited it applied a layer of blurring to the objects which is why they're evenly blurred. They also lack depth, as if they're flat disks with a gradient fill applied.



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 02:45 AM
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OMFG is that all you can really point out? That they aren't centered? That makes it a fake? I saw a UFO for over 6 hours once several years ago and had absolutely no interest in taking any sort of pic whatsoever. Why not? Because it looked like a light. There is no light there normally but how do you "prove" this to those who would only comment that "it's not centered" or "it's out of focus" or "omfg wtf iz widchu cuz yur hand wuz shakin tuu much man an i cant see nuthin u moron".

There is no proof for your kind.



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 02:46 AM
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Ok, after really studying the image, I'm pretty sure the image is fake.

The lighting on the objects do not match the lighting in the image. The colors match and everything, but the reflections just are not in the right position. The object shows to be half highlighted, and half shadow, with a perfectly horizontal shadow line. Light on top, dark on bottom.

I believe the Sun is dominant in the right side of the image. You can see that it is true by the reflection on the car, and other objects in the image. I believe the objects in the sky should NOT have a perfectly horizontal shadow line, and that the highlight on the objects should be tilted more to the right toward the Sun.

So the reflection on the objects seem really out of place and fake. I believe the objects were superimposed into the image.



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 02:56 AM
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Originally posted by CosmicEgg
reply to post by ALLis0NE
 


OMFG is that all you can really point out? That they aren't centered? That makes it a fake?



No, actually, that isn't what I pointed out, it was just one of several questions I had.

However, several confirmed CGI UFO's always have non-centered images because they take a picture of nothing, then superimpose the object into the image.

It is human nature to center an object in the middle of the camera, and so I was wondering why it isn't centered.

I think you need to calm down with the "OMFG", it seems like you take this too personal. Have you not seen a fake UFO before?


Originally posted by CosmicEgg
I saw a UFO for over 6 hours once several years ago and had absolutely no interest in taking any sort of pic whatsoever. Why not? Because it looked like a light. There is no light there normally but how do you "prove" this to those who would only comment that "it's not centered" or "it's out of focus" or "omfg wtf iz widchu cuz yur hand wuz shakin tuu much man an i cant see nuthin u moron".

There is no proof for your kind.


For my kind? You are judging me, and disrespecting me, and you are not being civil.

I believe in life outside of Earth, and I believe it may be possible for them to visit Earth, and I too have seen UFO's. That is why I search for them...

However, I am a professional graphics artist, and also, I very level headed skeptic. I am not going to be fooled by any hoaxer EVER. I will never fall for someones deception, EVER.

If you want to blindly believe every image and video that pops up, go for it, just know you will be fooled. There are many non-believers who make hoaxes, just to make you look like a fool.

And b.t.w., I checked the EXIF data too. Why did you ignore that? That is the first step to investigating a UFO image. The EXIF data is gone, missing, it has been deleted. That is evidence that it was run through a image editor.

So what did you do?! Nothing. All you did was complain, and insult me. You failed.


[edit on 1-10-2009 by ALLis0NE]



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 03:39 AM
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Once UFO's and aliens are in fact disclosed, then we will see real pictures without assumptions and blurry pictures.



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 06:53 PM
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Who can prove science is real??



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 06:56 PM
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what kind of smart question is that



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 08:21 PM
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Originally posted by platipus
what kind of smart question is that


Smart isn't the right word. Ontario and CosmicEgg's ilk incorrectly assume there is a conflict between UFO research and science. When something is debunked, when they do not get the answer they are looking for, they attack science. It is not a flaw in their thinking, it is not because they are wrong, it is because science is flawed or wrong.



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 10:00 PM
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I too have an i-phone and I have been waiting for one of these pictures to pop up on ATS. There are so many applications that you can buy for the
i-phone that will just put a fake ufo in any picture you take from it. They have many ufo's to choose from and it only cost 99 cents for the application.

I am not saying that is what this is, its just something to consider.



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 10:38 PM
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Originally posted by kronos11
reply to post by fishspeaker
 


I think this guy is some kind of joker. have any of you seen some of his posts around? Pretty ridiculous and out of nowhere most the time.


I've noticed it. He's trying to take credit for a bunch of images and videos being talked about on here lately. Saying he took the images or video or that he personally knows the aliens featured in some images.

I think it's about time we start reporting him.



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 10:47 PM
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Just an FYI....
From the link given:



Update - October 1, 2009 email from Kersten S., born and raised in Germany, now working as videographer and limo driver based out of Norwalk, Connecticut, in response to
very troubling and insidious iPhone camera news: Gold and Silver iPhone versions now have new application to add UFOs to photographs.



This is something that should be looked into before people start believing this is real.

Remember, process of elimination is a must when dealing with UFO pictures! Another thing to remember is that if someone does not present the original, unaltered photo, it is impossible to analyze because it means the photo is tampered with.



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 10:49 PM
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Originally posted by CosmicEgg
reply to post by ALLis0NE
 


OMFG is that all you can really point out? That they aren't centered? That makes it a fake? I saw a UFO for over 6 hours once several years ago and had absolutely no interest in taking any sort of pic whatsoever. Why not? Because it looked like a light. There is no light there normally but how do you "prove" this to those who would only comment that "it's not centered" or "it's out of focus" or "omfg wtf iz widchu cuz yur hand wuz shakin tuu much man an i cant see nuthin u moron".

There is no proof for your kind.


Thanks for the laugh.

I'm one of those kind. Funny thing is, most people are those kind too, and blurry pictures aren't enough for my kind. If they were enough, everyone would be believers like you.

Now, even if everyone were blind believers like you, and everyone called every picture and video of a UFO an alien, believing it with all their heart and soul... It still wouldn't make it true.

My kind just wants truth.

[edit on 1-10-2009 by EsSeeEye]



posted on Oct, 1 2009 @ 10:49 PM
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Here we go:

First the photo in the OP:


Now.....



www.apptism.com...


Do you remember the UFO poster hung behind Agent Mulder’s desk from the X-Files?

UFO pictures are not only in Mulder’s office anymore, but can be anywhere now!
What a shame that Mulder and Scully couldn’t use this incredible application


We’d like to introduce you a fabulous application, UFO camera!
Now you can have UFO pictures as many as you can!

It is very simple!

Just simply take a picture and touch on your iPhone screen any spot where you want to place UFO in the picture! Within a second, a natural UFO picture will be created like a magic

Add UFO to any pictures of yours! It can be anywhere like a park near your place, downtown or sky outside of your window!
The pictures must be more realistic than Mulder’s poster!
It will be great if you share this fun with your friends! Go surprise them!
They will be stunned and totally freaked out :p
They will say your UFO pictures are better than Mulder’s!! lol

+Features
-3 kinds of UFO types. (19 kinds of various UFO types in GOLD Version!)
-Able to choose taking a picture or Library.
-Able to choose the place of UFO by drag.
-Able to adjust the size by moving slider bar.
-Able to adjust the transparency while checking the image.
-Able to rotate the UFO by twist.
-Able to add or delete UFO.
-Able to randomize UFOs.
-Able to cancel before save.






[edit on October 1st 2009 by greeneyedleo]

[edit on October 1st 2009 by greeneyedleo]




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