posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 03:41 AM
I remember back in the late 90s how there was this camp of believers that went on an emboss filter rampage in photoshop.
They claimed that you could tell who the real reptilians were by using the emboss filter in photoshop.
Just because you use a similar filter on any kind of photo artifact and afterwards that artifact suddenly looks alot more like what you really want to
see with a cool 3D effect, don't mean it's so.
That 'object' could still very well be something as simple as a reflection on the inside of the window port from something on the inside of the ISS,
or a real physica smudge on the inside of the window. If it's just a reflection and you used one of those emboss like filters, you can still get 3D
effects that make it appear like what you really want and hope to see and prove.
Fact is, we really CANT know for sure what that is.
1. It's a reflection as boring as that is.
2. It's a smudge, also as boring as that is.
3. It's 'something' outside the ISS, but it's something way more mundane than you expect, just seen from an odd angle that makes it look like
something else that you really want to believe you're seeing.
4. It's 'something' outside the ISS, but not boring at all.
with that said, there being 4 categories, you've got 25% chance of being right with any one you choose, or you can say there's a 25% probability of
there being a real life UFO outside the ISS, or somehting like that. Whichever, or whatever makes you happiest.
It's a personal choice since until we have full disclosure and aliens come out of the closet, it's all fairy tales and unicorns and bigfoot, if you
know what I'm saying.
I'm not saying it isn't what you probably want it to be. I'm just saying the statistical probability of it being so is 25%, with 75% liklihood of
it being something boring.