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Originally posted by xpoq47
It doesn't look like a double exposure. Debunker Larry Robinson has declared it a "Silver Olympic Frisbee." But he also called the one on the cover of a the COMETA report a button, which is just bad debunking.
Originally posted by gort51
I sorry, but those clouds look positively fake, spewing from that volcano, they simple look like clouds.
And that UFO is obviously a tightly bunched group of silver Chinese Lanterns.
Why people believe in "Flying Discs" I shall never know.
Originally posted by tom.farnhill
reply to post by ZeroReady
i have a photo that i took in bulgaria whilst i was hunting for some properties to buy and renovate .
the photo was of the view from the garden of one of the properties over looking the mountains and country side
it was not for some weeks later that i loaded the photos on to my pc that i saw the object , it was a white fluffy ball type of cloud ,
when i took the photo i was not aware of anything other than the scenic view .
i will post this photo for you all to assess when my son calls round to help me.
the point that i am trying to make is that if her attention was focused on the mountain she would not have seen the ufo .
Originally posted by GezinhoKiko
good chance it is one of ours
this is just an example of what was going on around the 50's so in the 80's we could of had anything and now i wouldnt even hazard a guess at what we haveedit on 25-9-2011 by GezinhoKiko because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by quedup
If you compare both photos - you will see that the clouds are slightly different - if these pics were supposedly of the same shot there wouldn't be a difference!
They didn't have photo shop then but there were ways to touch up photographs by hand - the old war pics demonstrate this technique where you have a black and white pic and things like flowers of someones lips are tinted red etc.,
There was also the technique of someone throwing something up in the air while another person took the pic - the size of what ever your throwing up in air would create distance/perspective. (A wheel Hub and many other items have been used in the past.)
The Clouds alone mean I'm not convinced - could be wrong but ........
Originally posted by wlasikiewicz
This is a good photo, thanx for the share.
Originally posted by kn0wh0w
i seriously don´t want to take a leak on your thread.
but the argument:
'keep in mind, this picture was taken in 1981' doesn't have any merit whatsoever.
take a look at this fantastic thread authored by midwest.
it's about photomanipulation from the 19th century, that's the 1800's!!
here's the link, take a look... you'll be baffled.
at least i was
www.abovetopsecret.com...edit on 25-9-2011 by kn0wh0w because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by blazenresearcher
Obviously man-made. We did and do have the ability to make flying saucers. The real aliens ships are of light structure, which I don't believe we can replicate except with holograms.
Originally posted by summer5
reply to post by djz3ro
That is a pic of exactly what I saw back in the 80's! That is so cool. I had searched to see if I could find any photos that were even close to what I saw back then, and there it is! Thank you!!
Originally posted by jimbo999
the scientists who verified the authenticity ... had access to the original negatives [t]here's no way they would miss such obvious fakery...
Apparently, the dome is not reflecting or emitting radiation in the red end of the spectrum
After inspecting the site it was clear that there was sufficient Rat ground to have flown a model airplane or thrown a frisbee into the air. Neither the photographer nor her husband admit to doing this