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Re: Just A Few Roswell Questions - Morris

From: Neil Morris <neil.nul>
Date: Tue, 01 May 2007 15:41:15 +0100
Fwd Date: Wed, 02 May 2007 07:40:40 -0400
Subject: Re: Just A Few Roswell Questions - Morris


>From: Steven Kaeser <steve.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2007 08:18:41 -0400
>Subject: Re: Just A Few Roswell Questions

>I believe that Jessie was given large prints from the hi-rez
>scans, but you'll find disagreement on how "hi-rez" those scans
>were, after being commissioned by Stanton Friedman (if I recall
>correctly). Stanton has made those scans available on CD for
>anyone who wants to review them, but I know that some have felt
>that the scanning process could have been handled differently
>and so the debate over quality continues. Neil, correct me if my
>memory is in error, but I thought that your "enhancements" of
>the images brought out what you've identified as "Symbols", and


Hi Steve,

Hope you are keeping well, it's my understanding that Jesse Jnr
has based his comments on viewing large format( 10x8? ) prints
of the photographs, my own prints are 14 x11 and you are hard
pressed to see any of this stuff in them with the naked
eye.Stan's drum scan of the RameyDubose negative is by far the
clearest of negative scans done but very little extra
information was gained because of the finite limit of the photo
emulsion resolution in the original negatives.

I've never gone in for fancy "number crunching"<g>, the _only_
enhancements I have made to _some_ of my images is to extend the
contrast range to clarify what is already there, ie the Marcel
like symbol Gildas and I have been discussing _is_ there in the
RameyAlone image to see un-enhanced, stretching the contrast
just makes it easier to view, there's also a bunch of decorative
stuff in there on that material too, very odd.

>Neil, I'm afraid that there's a lot of evidence to indicate that
>the debris was switched out completely and that there was no
>actual Roswell debris shown in Ramey's office. I believe that
>most of the major Roswell investigators believe that the debris
>was switched out and all this discussion about "symbols" and
>analysis of the debris pictures is a "Red Herring" keeping us
>busy. The "Ramey Memo" controversy was interesting, but the
>limits of film emulsion and the imagination/confabulation have
>led us down a blind alley with no outlet. IMO, interesting
>arguments can be made in favor of both the "Debris" and the
>"Memo", but neither lead to a resolution and it ends up being a
>matter of what you "believe" to be true, or have proven to
>yourself scientifically.

The events of that afternoon in Fort Worth are far more complex
than it first seems. We now know from our lens analysis that
Bond only took 4 of the 7 known photographs, and that these
photographs we can time, due to the sun/shadow angle seen
through Ramey's office window to _3.15pm_ local time(+-15mins).
This puts Bond in Ramey's office _before_ the Roswell Disc story
broke on AP and nearly 3 hours _before_ Newton allegedly came on
duty(6pm) to have his picture taken with his debris.

When Bond took his pictures there was _no_ news story, he didn't
even take any written copy just the photos. The cover story
didn't appear to kick in until sometime between 4 and 5pm and
probably accounts for the _sanitisation_ noticable in the later
Marcel and Newton pictures where a lot of the more _interesting_
dibris seems to have gone missing.

There's a lot more yet to come out regarding the FW pictures,
and I go over some of these new finding in an article in the
forthcoming edition of UFO Data magazine published here in the
UK shortly.

http://www.ufodata.co.uk/


Best Regards

Neil


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