Ok, this is my first thread, so bear with me for a moment.
First off, i am a big fan of science fiction.
I simply LOVE the series "Doctor Who". Number one, without question.
But i also watch others, Galactica, Stargate, Star Trek and others.
Now, what i have observed while watching the series "Fringe",
is the eyes of actor John Noble (plays Walter Bishop).
At some occasions, over several episodes i have noticed that his eyes have VERY briefly
reflected light, like he had "Tapetum Lucidum
" in his eyes.
For those who don´t know, it is the reflective cells in cats eyes that make them
occasionally glow, allowing them to absorb more of the light available than humans can.
Now, i have never heard of a human with this particular cellular structure in their eyes.
I googled the concept of this thread, and ended up on David Icke- forum.
(which i left quickly) yet i didn´t notice the concept as presented here.
Now, i consider myself a (somewhat) rational person,
and i conclude that this minute
effect was done by the production crew
on purpose, yet it is so subtle, that it caught my attention (if it has more than
two cells, i´m willing to analyze the s**t out of it!).
I will try to upload some screenshots of the effect,
but machines tend to spit out blue smoke when i even look at them,
so patience. please.
Any opinions on the matter are welcome.
edit on 17-1-2012 by LionOfGOD because: (no reason given)