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Re: More On Battle Of L.A. Photo

From: William Treurniet <wtreurniet.nul>
Date: Mon, 02 May 2011 15:32:50 -0400
Archived: Mon, 02 May 2011 18:32:50 -0400
Subject: Re: More On Battle Of L.A. Photo

>From: Kentaro Mori<kentaro.mori.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Sun, 1 May 2011 19:27:40 -0300
>Subject: More On Battle Of L.A. Photo

>Besides Scott Harrison's article with the new un-doctored Battle
>Of LA photo - which has been discussed here on the List - Larry
>Harnisch, in The Daily Mirror also wrote several articles
>documenting all the context of the Battle Of LA, including
>(mostly in the last part) closer images with higher clarity, of
>the famous photograph:

>The Daily Mirror:



The above Daily Mirror article starts out with a preconceived
idea and, surprise, it ends up at the same place. There are
presentations of multiple versions of retouched photos, and this
functions very well as a smoke screen for someone intent on
concluding that there was nothing there. However, the article
does make clear that the official view of the military was that
there _was_ an object there.

The article ends with a supposed authentic version of the image.
The author insists that the image shows "nothing but a
convergence of light beams with some randomly clustered dots of
light". However, in my opinion, the central blob has a shape
like a disk or a toy top, and is considerably larger than the
adjacent blobs said to be shell explosions. See the putative
original image at the following page.


This disk-shaped form could be taken as confirmation of the
presence of a saucer craft at the convergence point of the light
beams. It is hidden in plain sight.

Some people might call seeing a saucer shape in the photo
wishful thinking, but then so is the title of the piece,
"Another Good Story Ruined...". Certainly, the appearance of a
possible saucer in the image is consistent with the conclusion
by the military that there were craft in the sky at the time.


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