In 1994 NASA and the U.S. Department Of Defense launched the Clementine satellite.
Clementine took pictures of the entire moon surface and on these photos it send back, there were "things" no one was meant to see. This is a preview
of the two videos I will upload soon revealing the truth and showing you in full detail what is hidden behind these smudged photos. NASA will have
some explaining to do!
There is a artifact, and it may or may not be anything. But using a sharpen filter on a completely blurred out section of a artifact really doesnt
prove anything, and certainly does not show us "what is behind the stiching" Interesting video though.
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I have no idea what i'm supposed to be looking at here.
I look forward to the next video where it says it'll be displayed in enough detail it'd be like 'standing next to it'. Just so I have an idea what
it's supposed to be, other than black and white blobs and smudges.
The detail range of the Clementine satellite Hi-RISE hi def camera is between 7 to 20 m per pixel, depending on its altitude in its elliptical orbit,
so to identify things 'at more detail' a football field would appear as a 3x6 pixel rectangle, and a football stadium would likely be no larger than
20 pixels at its widest. Without going into scientific specs this is what you have to determine 'detail' from.
I saw nothing that the video narrator described in that picture. When you start manipulating an already distorted picture, how hard is it to start
shaping it to something else imagined? People see what they want to see.
and some people blindly believe everything their government (agencies) tells them. Why dont you try it yourself on any of the other smudged images.
You will be amazed what they hide. However, in your case you will probably see only what someone else tells you you should see.
Come on... Do you know what is 20 mile long and 2 mile high... Its a colossal machine. Just think for a few minutes what means 20 miles long. (32
Earth Mover Specifications:
* The mover stands 311 feet tall and 705 feet long.
* It weighs over 45,500 tons
* Cost $100 million to build
* Took 5 years to design and manufacture
* 5 years to assemble.
* Requires 5 people to operate it.
* The Bucket Wheel is over 70 feet in diameter with 20 buckets, each of which can hold over 530 cubic feet of material.
* A 6-foot man can stand up inside one of the buckets.
* It moves on 12 crawlers (each is 12 feet wide, 8′ high and 46 feet long).
* There are 8 crawlers in front and 4 in back. It has a maximum speed of 1 mile in 3 hours (1/3 mile/hour).
* It can remove over 76,455 cubic meters each day. (100,000 large dump trucks at 40yds. each)
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If I take a digital picture of a couple people, and digitally smudge the face of one of them, there is no way in hell with any digital graphics
program you can restore that face for any kind of identifying signatures.
You seem to know everything about tamper techniques right? Please explain me the technique NASA used on this particular image. How did they blur it?
Or wait ... it was not blurred at all. The original was never digitally altered in anyway. The operator simply put a few grey layers over the original
and adjusted contrast levels. That's all they needed to do. What I did was bring the original image back to the front.
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