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Well done posters, That was quick.
It was aired on a russian television program yet debunked in hours by people in a forum.
Ats should have its own television show on the main stream!
Originally posted by SaturnFX
Pics or it didn't happen
Erm...ok, so...nice story, but can you find the pictures themself to post here so we can rip apart and call CG?
Originally posted by DJW001
This is quite literally an outline of an old episode of "The Twilight Zone." In the end the man discovers the camera is cursed. It foretells his death and he is so frightened he falls out of a window, precisely as the camera predicted.
[edit on 30-3-2010 by DJW001]
Originally posted by Cybernet
I catched the russian show yesterday at 8pm local time (they repeated the episode today at 12pm) and at the end they showed a man from Russia who apparently has or had a special camera of some kind, which can capture the future and past. Basically from what i understood how it works (my russian is not so good), he once found a magical crystal of some kind and made a lense out of it somehow for the old camera (simply put). He tested it randomly and at first he made like 10 photographs, 8 came out normal, but 2 of them captured mammoths running on the street.
Russian geologist, specialist for geophysical devices Henry Silanov founded a photo studio, in which one can see the collection of 80 unusual photographs – aliens, paranormal activities, people from the past eras.
Traditional optical devices do not let ultraviolet rays pass through. To make a unique object-glass Silanov uses tiniest grains of natural quartz, analyzing them on a spectrometer. Then he melts the grains for the glass, and polishes the lens manually. The film is also special: it is deprived of the gelatin layer, which filters ultraviolet rays.
Originally posted by Haza32
where the hell did he find that crystal!!
Originally posted by RamsOnTop
I wonder if he put the "magic" crystal in a cell phone maybe he could call the future. We could call ourselves and have ourselves tell us what the future holds. Who wouldn't trust themselves?