posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 03:30 AM
reply to post by Tidnabnilims
We all know ,we got it, you dont believe it, time to move on to your next task , do not hijack my thread . Thank you. I will continue to work on this
.The measurements between the nostrils in multiple frames as well as the eyes are the same distance and all move together.
ATS is a forum. Forums are a platform for discussion on a wide variety of topics and, ATS especially (due to the nature of the topics presented), is
not a place where being debated against can be construed as hijacking.
You posted your opinion, now people are giving you theirs.
And so am I.
I see a mess of particles in water. There is nothing to show a sense of scale (how do we know the figure is 20ft and not 20mm?). There is no definite
consistency to the 'features' you have highlighted (though, to be fair, lots of animals don't always have perfectly symmetrical features), and,
most tellingly for me, is the nature of the program.
It's a Stephen Fry show. I'm not sure about the US, but here in the UK, Fry is a very big deal with a HUGE following. If there was anything
mysterious or cryptozoological about it, it would have been discovered in the show a long time ago.
Further, before the underwater shot, the guy is talking about microbes. The word microbe finds it's origins from the Greek mikros
small) and bios
meaning life. If he was hinting at some new type of 'huge creature' he wouldn't use the term microbe. Further, the fact he
talking about microbes leads me to impart a sense of scale on what we're seeing and assume we're seeing a very small amount of water in