posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 05:39 AM
Originally posted by ch1n1t0
OP you somehow aggressively (imo) cited more than once in this thread the "Deny Ignorance" motto.
Seems it's easier saying it than doing it.
The first portable (enough to be carried) camera was invented in 1685. The pyramids were around much longer before that. Each day an average of 30
thousand tourists visit the pyramids.
I hope you don't want me to spell it out for you.. It takes about 10 seconds of using your brain and some knowledge of basic math to realize this
photo is a hoax.
Sorry to burst a bubble... and no hard feeling intended. A little waste of your time but curiosity is a good perk at times
PS - I'm far from saying there is nothing interesting or out of the ordinary around the pyramids. Even the average Joe knows that
28-4-2012 by ch1n1t0 because: (no reason given)
And how many of those tourist have scanners aviable? Those who have, may only have it for some 10 years, because scanner hardware was not aviable
(high DPI). So now consider those who really do a high dpi scan (the website claimed this made the lines visible). Now subtract a good portion from
them because -they dont care, -think its a glitch if the lines really would show up.
So your claim of ignorance is a little bit wide, but I understand the impression you may have got while reading my comments. Its because (nothing
against you swan) swan made some comments in the past (in my eye), wich were a little bit ignorant (in my eyes). Now read the avatar and you should
get an impression. No offend, just part of the whole issue
I dont like to dismiss something as a hoax just because some who I´m not familar with says its clearly PS or something along the lines (while I have
enough PS experience). This is why I made this thread, because trial and error is better then assuming something you couldn´t proof
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