Originally posted by Slipdig1
Well I've shown you a video of a kid capturing something on film, the most obvious shape that, that entity had is the shape of a classical gray Alien.
This footage that the poster says was filmed as reality. He was filming an Alien as he saw it.
That is what you and the maker of this hoax claim. How does it turn things into facts? It doesn't. What you think this kid captured is your opinion,
and it is unsupported unlike you say it is.
How can you prove this "entity" is something more than a kid in the bushes holding a laser pointer and wearing an alien mask?
I brought the kid, to ATS to discuss the vid. He was here and no one asked him viable questions. Also when proving your queries were wrong,
like the vase thing, you refuse to believe it. Only someone with great arrogance would continue on pushing a subject when they have been clearly
proven wrong. I myself lightened the photo, I saw a vase, maybe you should go to my Optometrist.
How did he "prove" me wrong? He didn't even post a pic!
You seem to think that simply replying my posts means proving me wrong. How awful of an argument is that?
I showed you a video which clearly showed that the light source which was in the video did not react as a laser pointer would. The vid, which I
uploaded, shows the laser lighting up the whole lense when it hits it. The lightsource in the video did not act like this. There fore it can only be
assumed it is not a laser pointer. I do not deny it could be a laser of some sorts. But nothing we know of.
You showed me nothing of the sorts.
You showed me a movie with a laser pointer held exactly near the camera and aimed at it.
The hoax video has the laser hit the camera maybe once or twice throughout the entire vid, and not even in the frames you mention (and I'll get to
that don't worry).
I already told you why this comparison is crappy and instead of countering my points you just repeat your own.
You also claim that the light doesn't directly hit the lense. This is not true. I have given a time(1:26) when the lightsource hits the camera
square on. You either didn't look for it, or you are looking for a laser pointer's reaction, which you will not find in this video, because it is not
a laser pointer.
Ahahahah so you didn't mix up with the times last time. You really did meant this frame in the video...
This is obviously not a laser hitting the camera lens, it is just a far source of light being zoomed in at while being filmed in the dark and out of
focus. It's only natural this will come out like this.
Otherwise known as an effect called 'Bokeh'.
If that frame is a "proof" of a laser hitting the lens, I guess this is proof for many lasers hitting the lens at the same time:
Ahahahaha oh wow.. laser pointer hitting the camera lens. Try better next time.
Your claim that you can't find the moment when then light hits the lense square. Just look at the first page, very top, first video and before
you press play, what is staring you right in the face, just below the play button. Thats right, a picture of the light source aimed directly at the
No, it's an image of the part when it's lighting. Not anything to do with hitting the lens.
Further evidence as this is what it is:
A camera effect named Bokeh
Source - Wikipedia.
Have a nice read.
Israel guy said "I've shown you people pictures that show this "laser device" is behaving just like a laser pointer would.
No what you did was fake a CGI video, making a red dot and flashing white light do exactly as you please. You falsified a video, to prove yourself
right, In my opinion this is alot worse, then a hoaxer. You are trying to trick people. You used an imaginary video, to prove yourself right, to try
to discredit, the vids and make yourself seem right.
LOL! Fake CGI video? HAHAHAHAHA!! Pathetic attempt man.
First off, by saying I've shown you pictures that show the laser pointer behavior I wasn't talking about that specific video. That video was made by
me just because someone said that he never saw anything like that blue light turning red, so I showed him how easy it is to fake it.
CGI? LOL! I made it in under 10 seconds. No image altering was made, simply filming in the dark.
Good job twisting reality and claiming I CGI faked it. Lmfao.
Further proof of your little overcreative, wishful thinking minds.
edit on 9-3-2011 by IsraeliGuy because: (no reason given)