posted on Apr, 27 2012 @ 05:45 PM
I do not know whether there is any merit in this subject, but I will give my initial thoughts. First, it seems to me that these lines would not appear
on a digital camera, but only an analog "film" camera, since it is the composition of the film and coating that make it sensitive to EM radiation.
This sensitivity does make it at least "possible" that something can be captured on the film itself that is invisible to the naked eye, which is
then affected by the scanning of the image into the computer.
I don't know enough about what happens to the image as it is read and transferred into digital format to tell you definitively whether this is even
possible. I also wanted to agree with those who said that this image could have easily been produced, or rather the lines in the image, by
manipulation. Quite easily actually, although that does not make it a hoax, it just slightly increases the probability of it being a hoax based on
pure statistics...At least that is the way it seems to me.
I remember reading here on ATS at some point a thread that related the story of the guy who experienced some type of electrical disturbance at or near
the top of the large pyramid at Giza. Whether it holds merit I do not know, and I cannot even remember the who, what, and when, so hopefully someone
else does and can relate the story to us or provide us with a linky. It probably is easy to find via Google actually. So anyway, although I do not
think the lines in the picture were caused by energy contacting film, which was then made visible by some process, that does not mean that the
possibility is not there, and it would be foolish for anyone to downright claim just about anything as "impossible". Good luck with your further
research, and I hope you uncover much more.