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Re: The Beveridge UFO - Hatch

From: Larry Hatch <larryhatch.nul>
Date: Sat, 07 Feb 2004 08:12:39 -0800
Fwd Date: Sat, 07 Feb 2004 15:08:29 -0500
Subject: Re: The Beveridge UFO - Hatch

>From: Richard Hall <hallrichard99.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Sat, 07 Feb 2004 14:34:14 +0000
>Subject: Re: The Beveridge UFO


>This thread is beginning to bug me.

Me too.

>But seriously folks, has anyone addressed the possibility (all
>alternatives need to be considered and confirmed or ruled out)
>that the image is the result of a developmental flaw? If so, I
>missed that. But then, I haven't followed every single comment
>having seen hundreds of such photos come and go over the years.

>Very often when the photographer sees nothing, it is because
>there was nothing there to see. This may be different for
>digital cameras, but someone should at least address the issue
>if they haven't already.

Hi Dick:

I tried to look at this from all angles, but never seriously
considered a photographic flaw.

For me, and I'm no photo expert, the 'bug' is too solid,
complete and consistent to be a photographic anomaly.

I would expect such an anomaly to betray itself by some
geometrical (digital) pattern like a lens effect would, or maybe
a string of bad bits in an electronic chip.

If there were such a flaw, other images from the same camera
should show them.

Rather than some imaging foo-boo, I suggest a beetle instead of
a bug. Both have many flying species after all. If that sounds
like hair-splitting, some people consider spiders and centipedes
to be 'bugs' when neither can fly nor is either even an insect!

What I least expect are Venusian space brothers here to save us
from our evil [burp] ways.

Biss wushes

- Larry Hatch

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