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Re: J. Bond Johnson's Fort Worth Pictures

From: Neil Morris <Neil@adm1.ph.man.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 22:40:18 +0100
Fwd Date: Sat, 27 Jun 1998 10:11:13 -0400
Subject: Re: J. Bond Johnson's Fort Worth Pictures


> Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 06:56:17 -0400
> To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>
> From: Bob Shell <bob@bobshell.com>
> Subject: Re: UFO UpDate: J. Bond Johnson's Fort Worth Pictures

> >Date: Thu, 25 Jun 1998 14:29:34 +0100
> >From: Neil Morris <Neil@adm1.ph.man.ac.uk>
> >To: Ufo Updates List <updates@globalserve.net>
> >Subject: J. Bond Johnson's Fort Worth Pictures.

>
> Neil, since our private exchanges on this I have looked at this
> material a number of times, and have been in contact with others
> who are working with some large prints from the U of T.  What I
> see is one strut with some squiggles on it, which look like
> where glue was applied to stick on the foil/paper.  One strut
> which someone claimed had "heiroglyphics" on it turns out to
> only have reflections from the bulb flash.

> I've looked and looked and I just do not see any heiroglyphics
> anywhere, nor do I see anything else strange.  I see a bunch of
> junk from a weather balloon and radar target.

> I think that Bond Johnson wants so badly to be THE Roswell
> photographer that he has put things into people's minds which
> simply are not there in the photographs.

> If there were symbols looking like those in the AA film, what
> would that prove?  Ray Santilli's former associate Gary
> Shoefield has told us that the film is a hoax.  I still have
> questions on where, how and by whom it was hoaxed, but I am
> willing to take Gary's word on this that it is a fake.

> Bob


Bob and all,

Before looking at this scan, for I only have a portion of the
left lower section of the Marcel-Right picture I was as
convinced as the next person that what was in those pictures was
a weather balloon. After spending many hours with that scan I am
now far from sure. Please note I'm not working opticaly with a
raw print but using a scan of only part of a print which I am
enlarging,at times several hundred percent and also selectively
stretching contrast levels of features which might only cross an
very few data levels,I think some of these features might be
very difficult to view with the eye alone, but they are there.

Please view my results some of which have only been placed on my
web site in the last 24 hrs, there are features in there that
should not be in balloon wreckage, since when did a weather
balloon use metal box sections with stamped out holes and will
someone please explain what mechanism used the feature I call
the "caseing". both these features are in plain view but to see
the detail you need to select the right light level range to
kill the clutter in the image. I have also resolved out features
hidden in deep shadow on the original photo which I suspect
would be totally overlooked by eye, these features seem to have
a great deal of regular structure far to small for me to see in
the resolution of scan I am currently having to work with. I am
not saying this IS alien technology, it might be, but I can
think of no part many of these components would play in a
weather balloon. That film emulsion can hold a hell of a lot of
data some of it is extreamly subtle in depth this seems to be
one way of extracting it.

I might as well use this platform to make a plea, is anyone on
this list willing to loan me one or a set of prints, I have
started the process of trying to obtain a set myself but at this
point the date of their arrival seems far distant. I have the
equipment to hand that will let me make optical resolution scans
at 1200dpi, this will produce huge files but my intention is to
burn them onto cdrom, I also have that equipment on hand, the
problem is the source material
any kind offer considered<VBG>

Best Regards
Neil.


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