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    Gimbal Video Interactive Software/Program

    Hi all, I've been following these Navy videos for a while and have become very interested in the "Gimbal" video. Through my analysis I have been able to reach a point where not only do I believe that this is a natural and normal phenomena, But I think I can prove it. The problem right now is...
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    "Gimbal UFO video rendered in 3D" by Abominati0n

    Hi everyone! Many of you have probably come across this YT channel, particularly this video. The author seems dedicated to proving that the "Gimbal UFO" is an extraterrestrial vehicle and Bob Lazar is telling the truth about how these craft operate. He defends the accuracy of his 3D animation...
  3. Mick West

    Why Michio Kaku is wrong about the UFO Burden of Proof & Navy Videos

    At the 2019 UFOlogy World Conference in Barcelona, Physicist Michio Kaku gave an address, in which he said (21:24): Science is based on things that are testable, reproducible, and falsifiable. That's the criteria for science. Now what's the difference? In the past when people said they saw...
  4. Mick West

    TFTRH #22: Seth Shostak: SETI Senior Astronomer: ETs, UFO "Disclosure" Area 51

    Source: Seth Shostak is the Senior Astronomer for the SETI Institute and former Director of Center for SETI Research. A popular science communicator, Seth has hosted SETI's weekly radio show (and now podcast) Big Picture Science since 2002. We...
  5. Mick West

    Gimbal Lock and Derotation in FLIR/ATFLIR systems

    Source: The above video is an attempt to demonstrate how a system mounted like the ATFLIR targeting pod: A) requires a derotation mechanism B) require major camera movements around 0° It's a tricky thing to explain, and I anticipate this thread...
  6. Mick West

    The Shape and Size of Glare Around Bright Lights or IR Heat Sources

    When you take a photo or video of a bright light source (or even just look at it) the light often appears a lot bigger than it actually is. The phenomenon is well known, but not really something I'd thought about. Why does it happen? What determines the shape of this glare and how big it is...