posted on Feb, 14 2010 @ 09:59 PM
I think the photo enhancements are a bit of a Rorschach test, you see what you want to see in them.
Before the enhancement, I see puffs of smoke. After the enhancements, I see puffs of smoke. If I was looking for something else, I might be able to
see something else, kind of like looking up at clouds on a lazy Sunday afternoon trying to see what shapes I can spot in them.
They had a case of war nerves, and they initially started firing at a balloon, but after that most of the shells were being fired at puffs of smoke
from the previous rounds detonating in the sky. I know many people don't want to believe that, but I think that's what happened and the evidence
But even without any aliens or UFOs, it's still a fascinating case. How can people get so jittery that they would fire so many rounds of shells just
because a balloon was launched and they had seen some earlier radar blips over the ocean? And how can so many eyewitness accounts be so hopelessly
divergent? Some people saw a few planes, some people saw over 100 planes, some people saw the light (the balloon) that started it all, and many of the
eyewitness accounts are mutually exclusive, that is they can't all be right. Therefore, many of the eyewitness accounts MUST be wrong, regardless of
what you believe actually happened that night. That in itself is fascinating.