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04-13-2012, 02:10 AM #16
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damned.gif That is a fantastic photo. Everybody is a bit freaked out about that here at my place, it's definitely real. Best UFO still I've seen in ages.
Great thread!
04-13-2012, 02:26 AM #17
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(04-13-2012, 01:55 AM)Octo Wrote:  Thanks, they're awesome. We're checking it out.

This one is just cut out of your original photo without adjustments other than doubling the size.

It's definitely an unidentified flying object damned.gif

İmage


Sacrebleu !

It's obviously the upside down mountain the French hippies surrendered to a few weeks back. Taking a tour amongst its bigger rightside up brethren
04-13-2012, 10:14 AM #18
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hmm.gif chuckle.gif

Well, regardless of what it's doing somebody out there has some really amazing technology, and this is one of the best, clearest UFO photographs ever taken IMO.

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04-13-2012, 11:19 AM #19
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Yeah I must admit its been the talk of me and my friends recently. I've never taken a picture quite like it. I began reading about how some American firm was developing metal that absorbs and reflects sunshine to make an object invisible. I automatically thought of this picture because the clarity comes with black and white and not colour. As I said before I only like to deal with as much truth as possible and I was a bit hesitant about putting the picture out there because I was worried people would say it was a fake. The actual reason why I was taking black and white is obvious in later photos that day when we reached the top of the pass because all the black and white photos I took looked great with the contrast of us in our climbing gear and the snow. I was trying to be artistic and ended up taking a snap of this. God knows what it is but when I was researching for my travel book I needed to explain places a bit better and that was when I read about the Manali god. It is a special region from Kashmir to Manali. A place I would love to visit more and live. Kashmir is historically a provocative place. India and Pakistan have nuclear weapons pointed at each other along the boundaries of this land and it has been contested for years. Later on in the journey I got caught up in a a mini war between Muslim insurgents and the Indian army who were trying to crack down on the opiumm trade. My friend and I stayed with a Muslim family for a month and were put under house arrest for a large part of that by the Indian army. I always thought of the political and historical of such a place and never delved too deep into the paranormal. If anyone has any interesting excerpts about the North Himalayers I would love to read it.

Glad to put the post out there

I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. Just one thing I got to know. Who won?
04-13-2012, 11:35 AM #20
Octo Mother Superior
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Hey Mr. B wave.gif I'm glad too you posted the pic, it's fantastic! I was trying to think of alternative explanations, looking for experimental aircraft and such, but seriously...If something was flying there, especially in a gorgeous and serene landscape like that I'm pretty sure you would have noticed.
It's not necessarily an extraterrestrial ship and I'm sure we have cloaking technology already so anything is possible... At any rate, excellent photo!

I'm sending the pic to Hercules, a member here who is an airplane engineer, see if he's seen anything like this.
04-13-2012, 11:47 AM #21
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That's a right fine picture you took misterbumps! cheers.gif
This could be going viral as the chicken pox. chuckle.gif
Quote:Manali is named after the Hindu lawgiver Manu. The word Manali is regarded as the changed name of "Manu-Alaya" which literally means "the abode of Manu".[3] Legend has it that sage Manu stepped off his ark in Manali to recreate human life after a great flood had deluged the world. Manali is also often referred to as the "Valley of the Gods". The Old Manali village has an ancient temple dedicated to sage Manu
Made my hair stand on end.
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04-13-2012, 11:54 AM #22
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04-13-2012, 11:43 PM #23
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Thanks for the info Cynicalab. I don't know much about engineering and physics but it sounds as if you are quite educated on the matter. It is interesting you speak about the Falkland isles. I always questioned the reason why Britain kept them. They used the same excuse as they do when they talk of Spain getting back Gibraltar - that it's up to the people of the place whether they want to be ruled by England or Argentina. Now I went to University with some guys from Gibraltar and they said to me that the reason they choose to stay in the Commonwealth is because England offers them so many perks as individuals such as free education and access to the U.K. I wonder if this is the reason why the Falkland folk chose to stay with Britain. I am aware that Britain makes a considerable amount of money from the fishing industry in the Falklands but I was always suspicious of such a motive. Now they are talking about oil exploration in the region but if there are such technologies that do not require oil then this is also a suspicious excuse.

You mention the ship being a possible carrier of opium well I'm ashamed to admit but I have a further story about opium. After I left this part of India I met up with a friend and we headed to a city called Srinagar in Kashmir to stay with a friend he met in Goa. My friend was heading up there to buy a couple of kilo's of heroin as they guy he met had some opium fields just south of Srinagar. Sounds bad, right? My friend is a good guy but he's all about the money. Me I don't touch the stuff, never had, never will but I went nonetheless with my friend because Kashmir is such an amazing and beautiful place. Well we arrived in Srinagar a day before the Indian army came. They literally followed us up on the road from Jammu. The Indian Prime Minister for the Indian controlled part of Kashmir had called up some of the Army to throw their weight around at all the Muslims. Our mutual friend being Muslim, his household, myself and my friend included were put under house arrest on and off for several weeks as the Indian army closed down each suburb individually. We stayed in a place called Raghbag and sometime we couldn’t get to parts of Srinagar because different parts got closed off on a day by day schedule. I got tear gassed and shot at by the Indian army, we saw people get killed and their bodies thrown into rickshaws, Muslims were throwing rocks and the whole thing escalated (I have the pics to prove it too). None of this made major headlines and my Muslim friend told me it has been happening at the same time every year for the past four years. The reason why is not Muslim insurgency as we later found out when he took us to his opium fields much later; they were all burnt. He expected this and I was actually glad because it meant my mate wasn't going start selling the stuff on the streets of Birmingham but it just made me think when you mentioned the ship as a opium carrier because the book I'm writing about my travels focuses a lot on the opium trade because a few months after Kashmir I found myself in a place called George Town in Malaysia which unbeknown to me at the time was the main port for the opium sea trade between China and England. This is something that never gets taught in schools but is a major crux of British history - the fact they had two opium wars with china and flooded china with so much opium in the eighteenth century that the British imperialists ƒükkêd up the whole of China for at least one hundred years.

I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. Just one thing I got to know. Who won?
04-14-2012, 10:28 AM #24
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hi5.gif Thanks for a fantastic thread and the absolute best UFO photo I've ever seen. Not much of a believer personally, but after this I have to say I'm more open to the possibilities.
Welcome Mr.Bumps. cheers.gif
04-14-2012, 07:21 PM #25
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(04-13-2012, 02:26 AM)Prometheus Wrote:  Sacrebleu !

It's obviously the upside down mountain the French hippies surrendered to a few weeks back. Taking a tour amongst its bigger rightside up brethren


chuckle.gif Obviously!
04-14-2012, 07:58 PM #26
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THE REVEAL!

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I spent the better part of the last two days modeling this in 3d. It's not even finished yet, I have a few more things to work out, one of the possibilities is nothing less than mind blowing, but I'll just leave it at that for now.

The reason I released these at an early stage is because what we both found was quite unexpected.

To put it mildly.

Special thanks first off to Octo for seeing some things I missed. hug.gif At any rate, here are the initial results. I don't usually go there unless something warrants it, this time it was the simple fact I could not for the life of me grasp what I was looking at, so I took it as a challenge.

What started as shits and giggles to satisfy my own curiosity hit me like a ton of bricks once I began to envision what I was really looking at.

I began to see just how natural and earthy... as in sea creatures this looked. Octo and I have some theories we are bouncing back and fourth but the first and fourth pic are reflective. We think the craft probably has similar properties as was demonstrated by NOT showing up in the color photos.

One of the biggest surprises was how very at home it could potentially be in the sea. A very natural structure that looks like a shark, whale combo.

Even has elements of a POSSIBLE working keel it would need in order to float on top of the water.

At this point I'm blown away about the result, more to come.

See Octo's post below for pics the initial findings.

Fascinating results so far.

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04-14-2012, 08:00 PM #27
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Same model, different angels

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04-14-2012, 08:06 PM #28
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Well they looks pretty rad. Wondered what you been up to JR. A note, might want to embed a kritterbox logo on the images.
04-14-2012, 08:44 PM #29
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they look awesome, they really do. It is strange how it looks like it should be in water. I am at a loss for words. Great work. Very transdimensional. There is some technology out there that really should be in our every day lives.

By the way I just checked the link I put up for the original picture and it comes up on image shack with a red X. Can anyone confirm? The colour picture is still up there but not my black and white still. why would that be?

I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. Just one thing I got to know. Who won?
04-14-2012, 08:45 PM #30
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(04-14-2012, 08:35 PM)Cynicalabsurdance Wrote:  JR good point on the water connection, this geometry is perfect for the water
as well as air travel.

the tail splits the air into the two semi-funnels of the rearward wings
stabilizability as well as aerodynamic forward thrust.

it would interest me to make a model of it and place the model in a Wind tunnel
to note the surface friction.


Exactly why I modeled it in 3d Rog' hi5.gif once I'm done I can place it in a wind tunnel simulator and get a good idea if it's half as aerodynamic as it looks before building an actual model.

P, no probs with copyright, they came from our photobucket account and can easily be verified, if anybody wants to use them they can e-mail me at jayrodney@kritterbox.com
I'm not even done yet chuckle.gif

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