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Something in the Sky

 
Clutch Cargo
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Something in the Sky
Pictures taken yesterday in Mich; no smoke. no mirrors, no glass and, Oh, no filter available for this 4 Gig Kodak Camera. What you see is up to you to decide.

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06/26/2009 03:27 PM
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Re: Something in the Sky
Yup, I'm sold.

That shit's really real now.

PX debunkers, comments?

Cause this is game, set, match for me.

Aaah, now, to find a cave 1,000 meters under the surface of the earth. Where to start looking....
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until I actually see it with my own eyes in person. I'm not believing it. And i mean in person, not on a picture i took. Too many anomolies.

Not saying you are wrong, OP, just saing that is my level of belief

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06/26/2009 03:34 PM
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Re: Something in the Sky
I'd love to go outside and check but since it's been overcast for weeks...

I find it very hard to believe that people wouldn't notice something THAT HUGE. It's friggin' enormous. If you are going to do a thing about 'no one noticing PX but you', you should make it smaller.
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06/26/2009 03:36 PM
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Re: Something in the Sky
Pictures taken yesterday in Mich; no smoke. no mirrors, no glass and, Oh, no filter available for this 4 Gig Kodak Camera. What you see is up to you to decide.

Clutch

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so you know ALL cameras have a thing called a lens.....

thus the easily identified lens flare.
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06/26/2009 03:37 PM
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Still just seeing and internal reflection. Beautiful pictures though. what exact kind of camera is it?
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Clutch Cargo (OP)
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Re: Something in the Sky
It's easy, just go ouside and take some pictures before 10AM or after 3:30PM and it will probally show up.

Clutch
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06/26/2009 03:40 PM
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Re: Something in the Sky
How bout this:

[link to s520.photobucket.com]
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06/26/2009 03:40 PM
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Re: Something in the Sky
Use shade 14 welding glasses to view the sun OP - if the 'blob' is still there then you have an anomaly, otherwise its a lens flare/optical effect for sure.
Take your dogma and shove it!

Life is not about what happens to you, it's about how you deal with it.
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06/26/2009 03:45 PM
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Re: Something in the Sky
nice lens flare you got there...I usually delete those and keep the ones I line up the sunset correctly but that's just me.
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06/26/2009 03:48 PM
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Re: Something in the Sky
It's easy, just go ouside and take some pictures before 10AM or after 3:30PM and it will probally show up.

Clutch
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Good suggestion. If several of us take photos of the sun and the same object shows up then we HAVE SOMETHING. Post all such photos here.
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06/26/2009 03:51 PM
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Re: Something in the Sky
Use shade 14 welding glasses to view the sun OP - if the 'blob' is still there then you have an anomaly, otherwise its a lens flare/optical effect for sure.
 Quoting: TAC


Thats too easy for these clowns.

Every moderately intelligent amateur astronomer has to be covering this shit up, didnt you get the memo?

PLANET X IS REEEEEEEEL I TELL YOU, REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEL!




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06/26/2009 03:52 PM
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Re: Something in the Sky
lens flare...seriously
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Re: Something in the Sky
Use shade 14 welding glasses to view the sun OP - if the 'blob' is still there then you have an anomaly, otherwise its a lens flare/optical effect for sure.
 Quoting: TAC


The same lens flare seen by dozens of photographers from different regions of the planet?

I think not.
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PLANET X IS REEEEEEEEL I TELL YOU, REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEL!
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chuckle
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Re: Something in the Sky
nice lens flare you got there...I usually delete those and keep the ones I line up the sunset correctly but that's just me.
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LOL The same lens flare, on all the different cameras, taken from around the world.

Lens flares reflected in the water too? Hehehehe....

NO.
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06/26/2009 03:54 PM
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Re: Something in the Sky
antibs

That is just the sun reflecting off the water.
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Re: Something in the Sky
Use shade 14 welding glasses to view the sun OP - if the 'blob' is still there then you have an anomaly, otherwise its a lens flare/optical effect for sure.


The same lens flare seen by dozens of photographers from different regions of the planet?

I think not.
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educate yourself
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
lens flare is common when photographing against the sun
sbus
nuff' saidrolleyes
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The same lens flare seen by dozens of photographers from different regions of the planet?

I think not.
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I think you're forgetting millions of people with a telescope with a solar filter, and a camera attachment!

They must all be in on the coverup i guess.


damned
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Re: Something in the Sky
Use shade 14 welding glasses to view the sun OP - if the 'blob' is still there then you have an anomaly, otherwise its a lens flare/optical effect for sure.


The same lens flare seen by dozens of photographers from different regions of the planet?

I think not.

educate yourself
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
lens flare is common when photographing against the sun
sbus
nuff' saidrolleyes
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Okay, lens flare. You win.

Or it's not. I win.
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Re: Something in the Sky
So funny, EVERYONE is getting the exact same lens flare in the exact same spot, photographed from different parts of the planet?

Haha. Thats one tricky lens flare. Must be a coincedence... *cough*
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Re: Something in the Sky
I have some loverly lensflare shots too... [link to s178.photobucket.com]
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Re: Something in the Sky
The same lens flare, on all the different cameras, taken from around the world.

Lens flares reflected in the water too? Hehehehe....

NO.
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Two words.

SUN DOG.



Wait thats four words.

Shit now thats thirteen Words!
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Okay, lens flare. You win.
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hf
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Re: Something in the Sky
The same lens flare seen by dozens of photographers from different regions of the planet?

I think not.


I think you're forgetting millions of people with a telescope with a solar filter, and a camera attachment!

They must all be in on the coverup i guess.


damned
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HannibalTheCannibal

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Last Edited by HannibalTheCannibal on 06/27/2009 08:11 AM
There is NO PROFIT IN PEACE, There is NO PROPHET IN PEACE.

Resident GLP Religion HATER and PROUD Atheist.

Carl Sagan "A celibate clergy is an especially good idea, because it tends to suppress any hereditary propensity toward fanaticism."

[link to img181.imageshack.us]
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The same lens flare seen by dozens of photographers from different regions of the planet?

I think not.


I think you're forgetting millions of people with a telescope with a solar filter, and a camera attachment!

They must all be in on the coverup i guess.


damned

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lol
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Re: Something in the Sky
Use shade 14 welding glasses to view the sun OP - if the 'blob' is still there then you have an anomaly, otherwise its a lens flare/optical effect for sure.


The same lens flare seen by dozens of photographers from different regions of the planet?

I think not.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 712283


Er...as I said in my post, using the shade 14 welding glasses (or an appropriately filtered telescope) will resolve this. Or would you rather not know?

rolleyes

Last Edited by T_C on 06/26/2009 04:10 PM
Take your dogma and shove it!

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gawd! if i would have done this i probably would have gotten the ban hammer for lagging the server or somethingchuckle
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lol
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chuckle
thought it was funtounge
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