posted on May, 7 2010 @ 10:55 AM
reply to post by cosmicpixie
Have a look at the cap, top left of the NASA logo you will see a white-ish border. Less than an inch wide, it follows the the line of the nasa blue,
but it doesn't blend with the rest of the cap.
That's your clue that it is photoshopped, and not just image reversed. Only the logo has been selected and reversed, not the whole image.
RICH-ENGLAND: maybe, but if she is being held against her will by people who want *this* to go away (stealth mode? not likely in civilian
observatories, but in any military installation i would assume the capability of media lockdown, probably sealing the base both physically and
electronically, ergo the leak was too fast for the order), she would be likely left alone at her desk/workstation, but with limited/monitored internet
This could well be an elaborate hoax, but the longer it goes on, the less i am inclined to believe it, it's going the wrong way for that. This is not
(IMHO) the action of a person out to hoax, it's a small intentional error. A captive with more wit than the captors. If that is so, it worked?
They would "instruct" her to make the FB people go away, by assuring them via FB (only?) that the attention was not welcome. She would be creating
the content, but doing so in a way that people who knew her would know is abnormal.
If this was a kneejerk military reaction to an unexpected and unwanted leak of "something other worldly", would this be a plausible sequence of
events? My answer is emphatically yes.