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URGENT: Are these EM OR UV Radiation Waves on HOUSE

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posted on Apr, 2 2007 @ 11:40 PM
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Group Need advice. I am Lawrence Livermore National Lab's backyard playing ground. I just uploaded some photos.Last week I could see this heat around my house and in air. So I pulled out camera. I thought my eyes saw UV sprectrum colors but I was not sure until I unloaded the
images. Please tell me if you are seeing the UV or EM Radiation Waves of
colors too.

www.flickr.com...@N04/


jra

posted on Apr, 3 2007 @ 12:25 AM
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Originally posted by endrna
Last week I could see this heat around my house and in air. So I pulled out camera. I thought my eyes saw UV sprectrum colors but I was not sure until I unloaded the images. Please tell me if you are seeing the UV or EM Radiation Waves of colors too.


All light is EM radiation, but we can only see a limited portion of it. We cannot see into the UV or IR wavelengths or past them without the aid of special cameras.

As for your photos, I'm not seeing anything out of the ordinary. For example on this photo you are referring to the colour pattern on the second floor near the window right? That is simple a moiré effect due to the close horizontal lines of the siding on your house. The rainbow pattern is cause by the CCD sensor in the camera. Generally the lower the resolution, the more pronounced the effect will be.

I see absolutely nothing out of the ordinary in any of your photos. These effects can be achieved with any digital camera with the right conditions.

EDIT:

Here's another link on the moiré effect.

[edit on 3-4-2007 by jra]



posted on Apr, 3 2007 @ 12:30 AM
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Yes, you have EM radiation pouring down on your house everyday.

It's from the sun.



posted on Apr, 3 2007 @ 03:10 AM
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we need to put a stop to that sun. its evil.
in other news, i just wanna add this. i have cherokee roots but i couldn't get a tan until about 2 years ago and even now it goes away in the winter and i turn white as a sheet. but i dont burn like i used to, when i do get out in the sun. when i was 16 i got a bad sunburn, blisters on my chest and my head, i had a buzz cut. (for reference, long hair now) but my question is... what could be the suns effects on people of different ages. i am 22 now. is it my age that helps me from burning as bad as i did then? or my roots? or because i got burned bad and have more of a tolerence?



posted on Apr, 3 2007 @ 03:12 AM
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btw you have a real nice house. i live in a trailer it sucks.



posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 12:52 AM
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Our cameras never use to pick up UV before but over the course of the
last few months it seems all cameras including abc, nbc, cbs, cnn etc
when they aim cameras near any glare of the sun even an edge of a
glare of the sun, it catches UV colors all the time.

Jusy maybe this recent intrusion of UV into our lifes and cameras
might be the real deal, and maybe we should be using this to our
advantage by pulling out our old photos that especially lens is
in or near a glare of the sun and compare. If that fact was not evident
before, we have something to start a class action lawsuit with.

UV or EM RADIATION might just be actually be filling our living
environments right below our noses and eyes because the
human eye can't see it. Well maybe the human eye can't see it,
but that darn camera eye does all of a sudden now all of the time.

Maybe HAARP bulged a hole where HAARP shouldn't of and rippped
something open. Maybe one of the reasons for all those fake metal
oxide silica clouds is also to cover up the holes HAARP is punching
open in the ozone layer. You can holigram anything nowadays.
You can fake out telescopes all over the world if you keep the picture
holigram still enough I would think.

If this blaise moire effect is the best you can do, and you want to
pretend that somehow no matter where I stood I got so gosh darn
lucky that my camera got just the exact right spot each and every time
I took a picture in that manner. North or south or east or west I was
just so darn lucky that my camera found the moire of the UV Radiation
no matter what, and I didn't even need try to find just the exact right
spot for that BS moire effect to magically appear.

No one can be that lucky and its camera find UV because camera happens
to be angled just a certain right way for just that exact moment, and have
that moment over and over and over again.

I aimed the camera east at the apartment's roof and everyone can tell
the angle of the sun in that east direction and magically UV SPRECTRUM
COLOURS can clearly be seen. I aim camera northwest, and magically where any sun rays touch you can see UV possible Radiation colours.
And not just colors, but seems like hazy waves like heat of a mirage.
I turn camera upside down and aim camera northeast and oops theirs those sun rays again, and oops their is UV Radiation colours appearing again. Then I aim camera down at the ground south, and wouldn't you
know it those UV EM Radiation is radiating off of the wire of the fencing.

To me thats a whole lot MOIRE radiating of any EM or UV then any camera should be capturing in its camera eye lens.

Somehow I think they want us to believe MOIRE than anything that
it is suppose to be normal. Somehow I think MOIRE that it is not natural.
MOIRE is not always better than less.

I would think on a group like this, simple explanations of the abnormal attempting to become mainstream normal wouldn't work well on any thread, nor will it work on many MOIRE threads, and it definitely does not
explain north south east west the camera oops hit the right spot each
and every time.



posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 01:01 AM
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Because it is not a natural sun anymore.

Some are saying it is a form of microwave and electromagnetic energy
that is making our skin tan.

Many people I know also I having the same changes that are weird
for their skin types. People who use to be able to be in the sun
occassionally and keep a good tan now for the life of them cannot.
Those same exact people have attempted every other day to every day
sun bathing. They use to stay tan until almost December or later because
of their skins great ability to tan easily and hold the tan exceptionally.
Those days are gone for them and even the tanning booths cannot
hold their tans without repeatted visits.

That sun has a screen in front of it so you can no longer get its natural
light. Whatever light we are experiencing it is not the sun any longer.
You don't get unseasonal hot days in February and March in areas that
do not have seasonal hot days during winter almost spring months.
The Farmers Almanac will tell you the truth of that. We had at least
3 unseasonally hot days in my area last week. They were unseasonal
unnatural, like a lamp glaring down at us from somewhere.

This is my thoughts on this off the subject subject


jra

posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 02:56 AM
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I don't think you really understand what you're talking about. A lot of it doesn't make any sense. An average digital camera's CCD sensor is not that sensitive to UV light, they are how ever rather sensitive to IR light and camera manufacturers put filters that block out as much IR light as they can. But it never blocks it all. Also ordinary glass can block certain levels of UV light. The further you go into the UV spectrum, the more the glass blocks it.


UV or EM RADIATION might just be actually be filling our living
environments right below our noses and eyes because the
human eye can't see it.


EM radiation might be filling our living environments? It is, always has been. Electromagnetic radiation is light. Everything from gamma rays to microwaves and every colour of the rainbow is EM radiation. It has always been there.


and magically UV SPRECTRUM COLOURS can clearly be seen.


UV means ultra violet. Violet being a single colour. You won't get a whole spectrum of colours in UV. You would probably get various shades of violet if we could see into the UV range, but not other colours.

It's not hard to get that moire effect if you're photographing something with a lot of parallel or near parallel lines. A lot of digital camera review sites that I've been to check for things like that. Some camera's are worse than others with that effect. What camera do you own anyway?



posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 05:50 AM
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endrna, you might want to spend your time learning about light rather than making groundless claims about HAARP and filing law suits!

EM stands for Electromagnetic. EM-waves make up light, microwaves, gamma waves etc. These have always been pouring onto your house so drop it!

What you are seeing in these photos is a Moire pattern (and by the way there is no such thing as Moire radiation) its just a creation within the camera, a pattern which you can make in the lab or even in your house using a couple of slits and a laser.



posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 06:46 AM
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i have a rude and sarcastic suggestion

yeah , predicatable i know
but hear me out

endrna - please use the same camera to take a picture of a CRT teevee set or computer monitor . pluss LCD , plasma and TFT .

the results will scare the crap out of you - if you actually believe what you have previously posted

your claims betray a shocking ignorance of basic science

so i have to ask - do you REALLY believe your own claims ?



posted on Apr, 4 2007 @ 06:11 PM
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Mr Agent Man

The other hat trick you guys n gals have is to pretend people don't know what they are talking about.

Then people like you make comments to mislead the masses into
pretend believing that UV only applies to something like a color
of a crayon.

UV is not a description of a color called ultraviolet.

UV is a description in electromagnetism and is the range of wavelengths
in ultraviolet radiation. The more intense the ultraviolet radiation emitted
is the more evident it becomes in the function of that wavelength.

Here's another definition for you to try and pretend to the masses that
ultraviolet or UV is somehow only a crayon color which is why people
like purple as a color.

en.wikipedia.org...

Yeah I know a lot of these places lie. But you can go to any library and
get the same standard line describing EM (UV) Radiation Spectrum
in our atmosphere.

Oh and the other lie that was attempted to mislead the masses,
purple or ultraviolet is on the opposite end of the spectrum, that is
the color, the purple or ultraviolet our eyes or cameras should never
see. The lie of if we see it, it would only be in various shades of
purple and not in other colors. What a big fat lie.
Ever hear of the Northern Lights. I guess those photos taken for all those years have been tricking our eyes to think that all those other
colors magically appearing in any photo taken are all purple and not
other colors.

aurora borealis (bôr'ēăl'ĭs) and aurora australis (ôstrā'lĭs) , luminous display of various forms and colors seen in the night sky. The aurora borealis of the Northern Hemisphere is often called the northern lights, and the aurora australis of the Southern Hemisphere is known as the southern lights. Each is visible over an area centering around the geomagnetic pole of its own hemisphere. The aurora borealis is said to occur with greatest frequency along a line extending through N Norway, across central Hudson Bay, through Point Barrow, Alaska, and through N Siberia. It is often visible in Canada and the N United States and is seen most frequently at the time of the equinoxes; in times of extreme activity, it may be seen in parts of the S United States. Among the most

magnificent of natural phenomena, auroral displays appear in shades of red, yellow, green, blue, and violet and are usually brightest in their most northern latitudes.

The aurora is seen in a variety of forms, e.g., as patches of light, in the form of streamers, arcs, banks, rays, or resembling hanging draperies. The aurora occurs between 35 mi and 600 mi (56 km–970 km) above the earth. It is caused by high-speed electrons and protons from the sun, which are trapped in the Van Allen radiation belts high above the earth and then channeled toward the polar regions by the earth's magnetic field. These electrically charged particles enter the atmosphere and collide with air molecules (chiefly oxygen and nitrogen), thus exciting them to luminosity; near the 600-mile level, the light may be given off by electrons and protons combining to form hydrogen atoms. The auroras coincide with periods of greatest sunspot activity and with magnetic storms (disturbances of the ionosphere which interfere with long-distance radio communication). Much was learned about the aurora during the 1957–58 International Geophysical Year, when it was studied intensively by means of balloons, radar, rockets, and satellites. Most of the other planets in the solar system also have auroras.

What another www.answers.com...

So just maybe all these colors appearing in our cameras have something to do with a magnetic field nearer to the ground then anyone cares to
admit to the masses.



Good try debunker to pretend I don't have a clue what I am talking about.
Well at least you will get paid today.


jra

posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 12:22 AM
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Originally posted by endrna
Oh and the other lie that was attempted to mislead the masses,
purple or ultraviolet is on the opposite end of the spectrum, that is
the color, the purple or ultraviolet our eyes or cameras should never
see. The lie of if we see it, it would only be in various shades of
purple and not in other colors. What a big fat lie.


First, purple and violet are not the same thing. Purple is a mixture of blue and red. Violet is not.

Ultraviolet is on one end of the spectrum yes. And our eyes can't see too far into the UV range. We can see a little bit, like the UV from a blacklight for example. And as far as I know, yes, the various levels of UV would be different shades of a violet like colour that we can't see, and then turns into x-rays and gamma rays.


Ever hear of the Northern Lights. I guess those photos taken for all those years have been tricking our eyes to think that all those other
colors magically appearing in any photo taken are all purple and not
other colors.


Huh?


Good try debunker to pretend I don't have a clue what I am talking about. Well at least you will get paid today.




I can see that you are determined to believe what you want, so be it.



posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 02:29 AM
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Jra

A debunker to the end.

I guess you choose not to read the definitions of UV.

NO, you are misleading this forum when you state that the various levels
of the UV would be different levels of violet. That is not true.

You outright lie.

Why should I bother reposting any info about the Aurora Borealis or
also named the Northern Lights when you either didn't bother reading it
or you read but choose to mislead this forum anyway.

But I can see you are determined to debunk that people are able to
see colors other than violet in the sky. Got to wonder why you are
so determined to misinform this forum on the subject of EM UV
spectrum.

en.wikipedia.org...

[edit on 5-4-2007 by endrna]



posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 05:17 AM
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Are you delusional?


Originally posted by endrna
NO, you are misleading this forum when you state that the various levels
of the UV would be different levels of violet. That is not true.

You outright lie.


Do you have any information to the contrary?

Since it is impossible to see UV light it cant even be assigned a colour! We only call it ultra-violet because it is next to violet in the spectrum, but it is actually colourless.

Colour isnt a real physical thing, it is a manifestation of the brain, when the eye recieves a wave of a certain wavelength the brain gives that signal a colour, as we cant see UV and the brain cant detect it it is colourless!

And why did you copy and paste all that info on the northern lights in? There was no explanation and it seems totally irrelevant.



posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 05:37 AM
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CCD's are sensitive to UV light, but any lens will block out most of it. I remember back in the film days when all lenses had to have a UV filter in the front to stop the light from ruining pictures. So cameras sensitive to UV is nothing new.



posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 03:08 PM
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G fad More than anything you want us to be dellusional and control our
minds. But we will call you on the carpet each and every time you
attempt to lie to the masses.

Say Hi to another paid flunkie debunker named Gfad.

Here is a report from the CIE from 2005 that says the world at large
is well aware that our brains respond to colors, and colors are more
or less a type of Morse Code Sublimnally.


Link is www.cie.co.at...

Cognitive Colour
Publication CIE 166:2005
ISBN 3 901 906 40 1
This report surveys cognitive aspects of colour in terms of behavioural, neuropsychological, and neurophysiological data. Colour is usually defined as a colour stimulus or as perceived colour. In this report the concept of cognitive colour has been discussed in relation to colour categorization, colour coding, colour naming, the Stroop effect, spatial organization of coloured visual objects, visual search, and colour memory.

The results show that there are aspects of colour that the CIE definitions of psychophysical and perceived colour do not cover, although it gives notes to some of them. These phenomena could be referred to as "cognitive colour" and they point to the need for a new formal definition of colour in the CIE terminology.

Cognitive colour is very important in certain specific tasks. A common property of these tasks is the importance of the economy of cognition of the human brain. It means that perceived colours are represented and stored in a compressed form i.e. as "cognitive colours". This accelerates complex tasks like visual attention, visual search, figural organization, figural segregation, etc. For these tasks, colour appearance models alone, including the calculations recommended for assessing colour appearance and colour differences, may be limited for predicting how an observer will behave in these complex tasks. We must define cognitive colours by the boundaries of a continuous perceived colour set, or by a "representative item" of this set, and assign a name to the cognitive colour.


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[edit on 5/4/2007 by Mirthful Me]



posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 03:12 PM
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fad man

What do you mean the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights has no relation.

A definition of proof that our eyes can see colors in the sky that they
have named this phenomena the Northern lights and also goes by the
phenomena name of The Aurora Borealis and the colors that emerge
that can be seen by the human eye has no relation. Yeah right.

If you are going to debunk please make sense not nonsense.



posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 03:17 PM
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psyko

Yes but what is new is the brand new sensitivities that are emerging
right now. You would think after knowing about what cameras are
sensitive to they would by 2007 be producing products that
avoid producing UV sensitive.

That's the catch. They cannot because of the reflecting powers of
the chemicals they are laying down in the clouds. You cannot stop
a reflection from a mirror effect of the clouds. That is why all of a
sudden everyone and anyones cameras are once again sensitive
to sunlight, and especially video cameras because for some odd
reason photographic film, video cards, when aimed at sunlight or
near sunlight

Whiteout is emerging abnormally.



posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 03:23 PM
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I dont know about brand new sensitivities, afaik my gear has always been as sensitive to sunglight as it is today. And the newer gear I get ranks pretty much the same. You have good examples of these abnormal whiteouts or something?



posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 03:24 PM
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G fad More than anything you want us to be dellusional and control our minds.



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