posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 07:41 PM
This is exciting. Thank you for taking the time to answer our questions.
With so many researchers in the field, a few claiming to have irrefutable evidence in HD quality video, and stills among other 'proofs', Erickson
Project, and your own as examples, why is it that none of these high quality videos, and images ever seem to make it into the public forum for open
review and debate?
Further, as a professional photographer, I wonder how it is that we never seem to see standard professional grade equipment used by professional
nature photographers? Myself, and any number of professional photographers would be quite keen on taking our equipment and wealth of technical
knowledge, if asked/invited, for proper quality image documentation into the field for credible high-quality documentation.
A professional grade kit used by a field researcher is one thing, but, a professional grade kit used by a professional photographer with a wealth of
experience and knowledge in image capturing is another.
We hear teaser rumors all the time, but, time and time again, the public forum is disappointed when none of this evidence comes to fore for open
debate. This level of secrecy does nothing but bring research organizations into the light of suspicion.
Peer review is a healthy part of the process in the scientific community, and offering open review of at least high quality video and photo evidence
beyond the low quality, ambiguous, pixelated documentation so prevelant in the public forum could go far toward legitimacy, recognition, and even
edit on 14-1-2012 by nineix because: (no reason given)