1. S

    Debunked: Mt San Jacinto observation does not matches with Earth's curvature

    An important clarification before we begin: my idea here is not to debunk the author's entire line of thought (which I of course disagree with), but rather to refer to a very specific statement made in the following video: Source: (The claim starts aprox at 08:39)...
  2. Cassi O

    Chicago Skyline from Indiana Dunes, 33 miles away

    This is my first IR image taken with my new camera of the Chicago Skyline form Indiana Dunes 33 miles away. Call it raw data if you like, but it really falls under the category of art.
  3. Mick West

    Infrared Photos of Clouds and Contrails

    Infrared gives great contrast to clouds and contrails, bringing out detail that might be missed. Especially as they fade away. So I thought it might be nice to have a thread to share these types of photos. Feel free to add.
  4. Mick West

    Converting Nikon P900 to IR/Full Spectrum - The Definitive Guide

    The Nikon P900 occupies a special place in many topics discussed on Metabunk. It's a fairly lightweight "bridge" camera that has a ridiculously powerful zoom lens. It's described as 83x, or the equivalent of a 2000mm lens on a normal 35mm SLR camera. It replaced the need to carry around several...
  5. Rory

    Unidentified "space vehicle"

    Recent flat earth hero JTolan has uploaded a video of the moon shot using an 830nm infrared filter, and happened to catch what he says "appears to be a space vehicle in orbit": Source: From 45 seconds he shows about 20 seconds of it moving across...
  6. Rory

    Debunked: 120-mile shot of San Jacinto proves flat earth

    YouTube user JTolan Media 1 has uploaded a video which shows images of San Jacinto Peak in California taken from Malibu, 120 miles away. He believes this is proof that the Earth is flat: Source: (start at around 9:48 - before that is preamble) His main...