Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by nivek, Dec 3, 2020.
Holy crap...are you kidding me? It's understandable that they don't want to break their word and publish the photo...but they can't even describe the object in the photo that they were given? C'mon. And it would take about ten seconds to determine if their photo is otherwise identical to the one that The Debrief just published, i.e. to determine if the object that we've seen was in fact Photoshopped onto the photo that the UAP task force published in their confidential report.
I suppose it could be something akin to youtube algorithms. If certain "words" or even "descriptions" are released by them. It gets pulled and they get harassed?
Nope - no algorithm is that good, yet (such a thing would require a true AI). And the descriptions of the objects seen in the UAPTF report have already been published by The Debrief, so all we need to know is if the object in the Mystery Wire photo matches one of them, and if so, which one.
My question is: is this the best resolution of an F-18’s camera? Or is that something classified? You would think a closer photo could be taken.
The photo was taken with an iPhone 8 set to a shamefully low resolution (the co-pilot had probably set it to that resolution to take selfies etc. - nobody ever plans to encounter an AAV or UAP).
The resolution of ATFLIR targeting pods would be classified (sources and methods). That's why we can be 100% certain that the three video clips released via the Pentagon a few years back were de-rezzed - not the original resolution. Full-rez images would've been a significant security breach and somebody would be in jail if that footage had been released unsullied. It's miffing that they only released crappy/monochromatic IR footage in those three cases...it would've been better to see the optical data...which is why we didn't get to see it.
This makes me think that all this talk over the past three years or so of revealing some truth is just that, talk. I have this deep down feeling the military/intelligence community will go to their dying graves before any information or secrets are revealed to the public.
This is getting really damn confusing.
It's also getting ridiculous, this kind of sums it up well:
To paraphrase PF a few pages back: Same shit, different decade.
So is Elizondo going to give a big reveal tonight about this photo?...
UFO Updates / Russian Shambala
Sunday, December 20, 2020
Hosted by George Knapp
Guest(s): Luis Elizondo, Paul Stonehill
First Half: Luis Elizondo, former director of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), the secretive Pentagon unit that studied UFOs, will join George Knapp for an update from To The Stars Academy about recent UFO news including an unclassified image that’s reportedly been circulated among US intelligence agencies.
Second Half: International paranormal researcher Paul Stonehill discusses his quest to locate a mystical land known as the Russian Shambala (related video). It said to be in Siberia, or beyond, and could be the true Atlantis.
From what I have read over the years, some seekers believe that Shambhala is located in the Altai Mountains area of Central Asia. The artist and traveler Nicholas Roerich traveled through that area and he thought he stumbled across the true Shambhala in the the 1920s.