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reply to post by ZombieJesus
It's obvious your not looking hard enought, I just gave the instructions, why would you reverse this on me?Chemtrail will cover it, so you don't get to see it.
It's there, and yes! we can do something to save our selves, but some people don't whant to hear it cause it correlates with the Holy Scriptures of the Bible. Go over my post's and it's self explanatory, this will NOT! I repeat will NOT! destroy our planet, it will destroy this whole system of things. I did explain this.
Originally posted by cdesigns
After reading several post about Elenin, Niburu, Dwarf Star and after looking at some videos in youtube regarding a second sun, I decided to record the sun using a modified VADO HD camera that I have wich records in full spektrum meant to be for ghost hunting and I added a IR PASS ONLY lens filter to see if I could get the same recording other people had on youtube, to my surprise I got something on the left corner that looks like a big star.
IT COULD BE LENS FLARE, I don't know. I recorded this video yesterday October 3, 2011 Central Florida Area.
For those of you that want to ask about the camera, its a Creative Labs VADO HD Camera, I removed the lens filter between the sensor and lens and added a IR PASS filter from a Wii controller, you can buy IR PASS FILTERS on ebay. The Vado HD camera has an excellent video sensor that covers the full spektrum without any filter.
On this second video I removed the IR PASS lens filter and the second sun dissapears, I'm wondering if the second sun only generates IR light and that's why is vissible only with the filter.
Flare is particularly caused by a very bright light sources either in the image – which produces visible artifacts – or shining into the lens but not in the image – which produces a haze. Most commonly, this occurs when shooting into the sun (when the sun is in frame or the lens is pointed in the direction of the sun), and is reduced by using a lens hood or other shade.
Although flare is technically caused by internal reflections, this often requires very intense light sources in order to become significant (relative to refracted light). Flare-inducing light sources may include the sun, artificial lighting and even a full moon.