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The blue object should have moved with the actual reflection, but it does not.
Originally posted by Toxicsurf
reply to post by Orkojoker
Thats because one of the ATS debunk gods reacted in typical knee jerk slam down fashion, and the sheep stopped thinking...
Originally posted by TomServo
99% sure this is a tampered video. You can see inconsistencies in the pixels surrounding the object, with abrupt, significant changes in the coloration. Also, pay attention to the movements around 25 - 30 seconds. You can tell these are layered images.
Originally posted by VoidHawk
Dont think you can say its deliberate. Were you there ?
However I think its the reflection of the flash led on the phone. Just pointed mine at my monitor and can see the same thing.
Originally posted by TheMur
Or you can look at it from another angle- If ATS is not monitored by the Govt then there just dumb, if they do monitor im sure they have members in place to debunk anything that could give away there secret.ATS has sworn they have no knowlege of this and that it does not occur
Originally posted by RadioactiveRob
The lens flare theory is nice, but one question should be asked, is a human being subject to see a lens flare with the naked eye in the same way that a camera would catch one on film? If not, then what on earth is the filmer filming? If it is a lens flare, how could the filmer have seen the lens flare FIRST with the naked eye and THEN record it? Since the lens flare is only subject to the camera it was filmed on, then what prompted this individual to start recording in the first place? Do you guys suggest that she was filming "thin air" for no reason? There is no such thing as a "lens flares" for the human eye, only camera lenses. There is no logic in the lens flare theory here because obviously something caught the attention of her eyes before she started filming it, or else she wouldn't have turned on her camera in the first place.
Come on guy's, I know you all have brains that are capable of working. How about putting them to use instead of copycatting the first guy, it's way to easy to let someone else with a good sounding theory (at first) think for you.edit on 17-12-2011 by RadioactiveRob because: (no reason given)