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Okay Planet-X pic tree for the debate!

 
Majick
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Okay Planet-X pic tree for the debate!
Remember I AM a sceptic!

I want to beleive - but well all the feedback the better!

for memory pic 1: [link to tjsilver.com]

pic 2: [link to tjsilver.com]

Pic 3: Clearly shows the sun is setting and the object has made an incline.

Beats the shit out of me! [link to tjsilver.com]
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Yes I was meant to say pic tree btw!

No typo jus bein gangsta!
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Thanks for sharing the pics, just makes me want to scream though. If they are fake they are really well done. If they are real they are terrifying!
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Thanks for sharing the pics, just makes me want to scream though. If they are fake they are really well done. If they are real they are terrifying!
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Thank You!

These are very real :Hey!

I have started a debate at home, at the office and on here!

I'm asking for trouble posting them - I hope some guys don't bust my door down lol!
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Which was a joke but now I'm freaking myself out!
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OP I am not trying to be disrespectful or immediately distrusting, but I have to say I feel like I could reproduce that image in my photo editing/vector program.
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If you are a skeptic, then you understand that "lens-flare" and the way light bounces around inside the aperture of a camera produces these effects.

Too many people are using their cell phones or now digital cameras without solar (light) filters to photograph the sun or bright objects.

IF there was a planet (a planet not a star) that large and so close to the sun it would appear to be at best a bright star.

Look at Jupiter, it appears to be nothing more than a bright star, even if it was as close as Mars it would not have a visible disk.

IF there was a large gas giant skirting the sun we would most likely see a cometary like 'tail' of gasses being blown off into space. It would shine both day and at night. It is possible that the 'tail' of gasses would be obscured by the brightness of the sun during the day, but at night we would see a very large streamer extending out to about the orbit of Earth. Thus sunset and sunrise as the sun is just below the horizon we would be treated by a fantastic light show of superheated gasses that are dense enough to reflect light.

Gas giants are methane, or hydrogen or helium, these light gasses are easy for a solar wind to 'push'. Jupiter even with its massive gravity pull has a 'tail' that we can detect with instrumentation. And it is way out in 'cold' space.

IF a large terrestrial planet (rocky) was out near the sun as Lieder and Co insist, then we would not see it except as a bright dot of light.

Mind there is a limit to the size of a terrestrial (solid) planet. So it would not be super large.

None of the images I have seen show a planet.



A terrestrial planet
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Re: Okay Planet-X pic tree for the debate!
OP I am not trying to be disrespectful or immediately distrusting, but I have to say I feel like I could reproduce that image in my photo editing/vector program.
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I would love to see a comparison please do it!

Then we can compare photo editing with the real thing!

:)
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If you are a skeptic, then you understand that "lens-flare" and the way light bounces around inside the aperture of a camera produces these effects.

Too many people are using their cell phones or now digital cameras without solar (light) filters to photograph the sun or bright objects.

IF there was a planet (a planet not a star) that large and so close to the sun it would appear to be at best a bright star.

Look at Jupiter, it appears to be nothing more than a bright star, even if it was as close as Mars it would not have a visible disk.

IF there was a large gas giant skirting the sun we would most likely see a cometary like 'tail' of gasses being blown off into space. It would shine both day and at night. It is possible that the 'tail' of gasses would be obscured by the brightness of the sun during the day, but at night we would see a very large streamer extending out to about the orbit of Earth. Thus sunset and sunrise as the sun is just below the horizon we would be treated by a fantastic light show of superheated gasses that are dense enough to reflect light.

Gas giants are methane, or hydrogen or helium, these light gasses are easy for a solar wind to 'push'. Jupiter even with its massive gravity pull has a 'tail' that we can detect with instrumentation. And it is way out in 'cold' space.

IF a large terrestrial planet (rocky) was out near the sun as Lieder and Co insist, then we would not see it except as a bright dot of light.

Mind there is a limit to the size of a terrestrial (solid) planet. So it would not be super large.

None of the images I have seen show a planet.



A terrestrial planet
 Quoting: Wraithwynd


Thanks yes i know - and oh btw $2000 Cannon and few hundred on anti-flare!
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Thanks. Sir.Kalin
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Re: Okay Planet-X pic tree for the debate!
If you are a skeptic, then you understand that "lens-flare" and the way light bounces around inside the aperture of a camera produces these effects.

Too many people are using their cell phones or now digital cameras without solar (light) filters to photograph the sun or bright objects.

IF there was a planet (a planet not a star) that large and so close to the sun it would appear to be at best a bright star.

Look at Jupiter, it appears to be nothing more than a bright star, even if it was as close as Mars it would not have a visible disk.

IF there was a large gas giant skirting the sun we would most likely see a cometary like 'tail' of gasses being blown off into space. It would shine both day and at night. It is possible that the 'tail' of gasses would be obscured by the brightness of the sun during the day, but at night we would see a very large streamer extending out to about the orbit of Earth. Thus sunset and sunrise as the sun is just below the horizon we would be treated by a fantastic light show of superheated gasses that are dense enough to reflect light.

Gas giants are methane, or hydrogen or helium, these light gasses are easy for a solar wind to 'push'. Jupiter even with its massive gravity pull has a 'tail' that we can detect with instrumentation. And it is way out in 'cold' space.

IF a large terrestrial planet (rocky) was out near the sun as Lieder and Co insist, then we would not see it except as a bright dot of light.

Mind there is a limit to the size of a terrestrial (solid) planet. So it would not be super large.

None of the images I have seen show a planet.



A terrestrial planet


Thanks yes i know - and oh btw $2000 Cannon and few hundred on anti-flare!
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None of the images I have seen show a planet.



A terrestrial planet

You said it :)
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Re: Okay Planet-X pic tree for the debate!
I still haven't seen anything to make me believe it is something other than lens flare.

DID YOU SEE THE OBJECT WITH YOUR OWN EYES OR JUST THROUGH CAMERA???
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11/15/2009 11:12 PM
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Those are the worst fake PX pictures I have ever seen!

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