posted on Feb, 27 2011 @ 12:30 PM
Originally posted by mister.old.school
You're viewing artifacts that result from digital video compression, which can often times have high contrast when compressing "studio" videos with
The videos are hoaxes.
Ok maybe I can articulate it even better...
Why doesn't the tall slit pupil go outside of the eye-cavity?
If it were simply compression artifacts, wouldn't it go out the top of the eyelid or the bottom of it randomly sometimes? I don't really ever see
that. It seems to only be inside the actual area of the eye itself, and doesn't go outside of the eye.
Why is it only eyes that do this? Why don't noses get really fat or really skinny, or really short or really tall? Why don't lips turn crooked etc.
And when those pupils are slit-like, how does the coloration from the iris bleed over perfectly into the area where a circular pupil's sides are, and
somehow cause the pupil to become up and down long? Why not left to right (side to side) ways long? Or why not horizontally directional?
The slit is always up and down. I have never seen a sideways or horizontal one even once.
If it were merely artifacts than I would expect some random differentiation along these lines.
Hope that articulates my questioning about this good enough.