Today I will kick off a new series of video called: Alien Life In Space.
How dark is space. Well it depends on where you look. When we look up from earth in the night, space appears dark. We see stars, the planets,
sometimes satellites and even ... UFO, but what we do not see is a magical and colourful ocean of life.
What I am about to show you will raise questions in the community and that's exactly what I try to achieve. The enhancements have been made with
utmost care. None of the objects has been deliberately altered. You can verify that they are genuine and even reproduce them yourselves with some good
software. Give it a try! It's fun to do! I will only show you the most colourful ones so you can imagine how many there really are in space. I found
these objects on NASA photographs near earth, above the moon and even deeper into space. I have about sixty thousand images so there's a lot more in
the pipeline. The one image that will definitely shock you,. AS11-36-5417, is near the end of the video.
Furthermore I will NOT tell you the names of the websites where I found them. You can Google for them: (this is done to prevent that the originals
will be removed / replaced).
As far as I know no one ever paid attention to the "blackness" of space. Many of the objects I found are too far way to be visible for the human
eye. You really need good software to zoom in and normal editing programmes and standard software create a lot of side effects, artefacts and blur.
Did NASA do a sloppy cover up? No, my guess is that they did not see it themselves either or did not find worth to edit.
Everyday, common photographic image flaws. Whether due to lens anomalies, internal camera contributions (reflections) or even the possible flaws in
the film itself......the layers of "grains" in the emulsion on the negative film having minor imperfections in their distribution and
I rather suspect you have been told this, before? Unfortunately, it is a psychological fact that a person's wishes and hopes and desires can, quite
often, over-ride their normal sense of logic and reason.....
Additionally, it should bear repeating, the environment in space, absent the protective atmosphere of the Earth, can permit many more random cosmic
ray impinges on the film, as well. Each particle passing through the matter comprising the objects will usually have no effect, but every so often
they WILL interact with molecules in the object's matrix.
No....not "jellin'"......I am just tired.....so very, very tired....of ATS becoming a repository for Bravo Sierra, and delusion....and easily
......that's what a site like "GLP" is for......
I hope NASA pays you well. Mor eand more videos popping up of NASA altering images how do you explain that oh guy who has all the answers and
infinite wisdom? Lunacognita made some very interesting videos too. NASA blacked out the whole horizon on the moon on some images why would they have
to do that?
He just likes to discredit stuff because he is a shill. I have seen this guy come onto a number of threads pointing out the errors of everyone's
ways. He says he is tired of ATS, yet continues to come on here, trolling over anything he is not in agreement with.
Pretty clear you're zooming in on about a 1 pixel area. I wouldn't mind if you could please explain to the community here how information from that
small of an area can be translated into anything whatsoever.
Also, please check into some objects called satellites, we have them orbiting around the earth, and also a space station.
5mp images at 600k each and you're zooming into a dot.
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