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Re: LMH Site On O'Hare UFO - Stimson

From: Michael Stimson <Michael001.nul>
Date: Sat, 27 Jan 2007 20:13:48 -0000
Fwd Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2007 12:42:38 -0500
Subject: Re: LMH Site On O'Hare UFO - Stimson

>From: Peter B. Davenport <director.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Sat, 27 Jan 2007 11:19:17 -0800
>Subject: Re: LMH Site On O'Hare UFO

>>From: Martin Shough <parcellular.nul>
>>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>>Date: Sat, 27 Jan 2007 18:34:09 -0000
>>Subject: Re: LMH Site On O'Hare UFO

>>>Two Cell Phone Images of Disc Over Chicago O'Hare Airport

>>>Copyright 2007 by Linda Moulton Howe

>>>"Both digital experts (David Biedny and Jeff Ritzmann) agree that the
>>>second image, very much like the first image, virtually has no signs of
>>>being edited."

>>>-- Mark Allin, Co-Owner, AboveTopSecret.com

>>Virtually? Hmmm. This piece states that neither image shows any
>>sign at all of any artefact or inconsistency when closely
>>examined by experts. Various digital wizards are quoted saying
>>there is no sign of anything odd in either photo, that both seem
>>to show the same object taken from different sides of the
>>airfield that afternoon. Then we're treated to the speculation
>>that miles-wide holes in cloud occurring from time to time all
>>over the world (meteorologically interesting to be sure) are
>>caused by rocketing UFOs.

>>This is just depressing and unhelpful to the real investigation
>>going on into events at O'Hare.

>>If you play with the gamma of the first image you find that an
>>unnatural looking wedge of grey tone emerges bottom left of the
>>"UFO". I don't insist that this is suspicious, but it is
>>obvious, and does at least need noticing in any analysis.

>>But at least the conditions in the first photo bear some
>>resemblance to the weather conditions at the time (solid
>>overcast at 1900 ft, fading daylight, visibility 4 miles with
>>haze). The second photo very obviously shows bright sky
>>conditions and shadows from a sun near the zenith.

>The photos that have come forward almost certainly have nothing
>to do with the original sighting over O'Hare. One of the
>witnesses has looked at them, and declared that neither looks
>anything like the object he witnessed on November 07. I allow
>for the possibility that they may be part of a disinformation

>I recommend that, in order to save precious time, we drop
>further discussion of these hoaxed photos. Just by continuing
>the discussion about them, we may be playing into the hands of
>folks who don't want the American People to know the truth about
>that incident.

I notice a few people clamouring to drop the idea of discussing
digital photography when used as potential proof of UFO
activity. Digital photography is the most widely used form of
photography in the world now. Nobody can ignore it. That's the
way it is and that's the way that it's going to be until it's
superceded by something else.

What really gets on my goat are two things: To quote Peter: 'Who
don't want the American people to know the truth...' How
secular can you get? Something like this affects the entire
world, not just one particular country.

The other thing is why so many people are stuck in the past. It
seems that it's easier to discuss Roswell than it is to sort out
more recent cases, despite the technology that people have
access to now.

We had the Varghina case. How many people are interested in that
even though it's probably easier to get information about it?
This current O'Hare case, it's going to be talked about and this
will get bandied about and that will get bandied about, names
will be dropped and so on.

I give it two weeks at most until people go back to the comfort
of discussing cases which allegedly occurred at least 40 years

The technology is here to get evidence right now, but UFOs are
assumed to be an American phenomenon as quoted above.

There is no focus, or determination on the part of most people
to do anything. People like talking, but taking action is a
different matter. It's easier to pass opinions on Roswell than
it is to say 'Right. We have O'Hare and we have photos. What's
the story?'


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