posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 12:09 AM
I've been keeping my eye on this thread for a while now, I still don't know what to make of it. I've never bought into the whole reptile thing,
maybe because it always sounded silly and just to ridicules. When I first found this thread, I watched the video and was really surprised by the eyes
at the end. I've since showed it to my fiance and one of my friends that lurks on here, all 3 of us finding it strange and trying to figure it
Maybe it is video compression, I'm not a pro video guy but I have done a class on film production and filming, plus shot a bunch of my own videos in
high def, edited, color corrected, know some tricks etc. Anyway, I've tried a ton of different formats and codecs over time (I have adobe premier cs4
and anyone who owns it knows it has many different output formats and options) and I've seen many different kinds of compression artifacts but I've
never seen it so specific as to this scenario. It effects ONLY his eye's, and the enlarged black eyes do not cross or otherwise go outside of his
eyelids or anywhere else. It's as if the "artifacts" are motion tracked to that specific part of his eye ball. I don't know if anybody could do a
better job of tracking the movement if they tried!
So is it artifacts? Maybe, I don't know, but it's hard to believe it would be so specific and perfect if it is. That doesn't mean I think it's a
reptile either, it's just weird is all, and I haven't found what I believe to be a perfect explanation yet.
After seeing this I went and watched a bunch of videos on "reptilians", almost all of which were crap imo, but I did catch a few small examples of
similar eye examples as the topic video. Weird no?