posted on Nov, 11 2010 @ 04:33 PM
reply to post by Resurrectio
Using the words Fake, Hoax or otherwise without examination or discussion.
Read this: ENOUGH!
That is what I was referencing.
I am sorry I am condescending my tone. If so, it is more out of frustration that so many feel they are experts without the actual work and experience,
while insulting the OP and other posters. I will work on that.
We did not see exactly what the OP saw. He saw a higher resolution image and the object before you see it in the video. It became more prominent once
he turned towards it, but initially was not seen in the reduced resolution. A full resolution copy will show what he saw, when he saw it, so your
assuming because you do not see it he did not is not valid. We need wait for the high res copy to evaluate, or hold our opinions.
I cannot find any basis worth believing this was bird or insect after evaluation visually. Math wont help with qualitative perceptive skills. Math can
be wrong. One incorrect assumtion in your calculations will throw all off. Bruce Maccabee is one to do that. I would trust his experience with optics
and speed evaluations. Can you show me your math?
And as I stated, the laser needs something to reflect off. or, it keeps going. It is coherent photons. They would need something to bounce or scatter
off of. The photons don't stop in mid air and reflect back. It would have to be a piece of glass with a specific reflective coating to see the dot. A
BIG piece of glass, so not plausible. Still, where is the beam? You need to think this out more.
You make some more mistakes of assumption too. Critical thinking needs details. Don't stop. Keep thinking.
But your prediction? How do you plan to prove a negative? I will wait for that. If you do find such you will disprove a basic law of scientific
Good luck my friend,