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January 15, 2000

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Image #1

Is this a delta-shaped object near a contrail?

Answer: Bird.

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Image #2

Is this a ship "cloaking" itself  near the "X" contrails?

Answer: Dirt or lent on camera lens. (video still)

Image #3

Hockey puck object and shadowy dot near contrails?

Answer: "Shadowy dot" is that darned dirt or lent on the lens again and the "hockey puck" is a black bird, a crow, as they were flying around all over the place while I was filming. (video still) 

Compare to images at:

http://tracers.8m.com/tracers.html - Picture titled "Robotic Aerial Device ?"

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Image #4

"Hockey puck" in Image #3 enlarged.

Answer: Black bird.

http://tracers.8m.com/tracers.html - Pictures titled "Trails And Dark Object Over New Mexico"

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Image #5

Enlarged and embossed image of "hockey puck" (Image #3).

Answer: Black bird.

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Image #6

Negative of enlarged image of "hockey puck" (Image #3).

Answer: Black bird.

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Image #7

Enlarged image of "hockey puck" solarized (Image #3).

Answer: Still a black bird no matter what you call it or how you manipulate the image.

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Image #8

Multiple light and dark objects near "X" contrails.

Answer: These were white birds reflecting sunlight flying very high up. They often appeared to be flying IN or AMONG the contrails/clouds thus appearing to fly at a high altitude but I could see them blending in with the contrail/cloud in the background because both the bird and the contrails/clouds were white. Some were small black or gray birds also flying around. I noticed that birds can seem to disappear "into" a contrail when they turn at a certain angle presenting a more narrow and thus harder to see profile. (video still)

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Image #9

Enlarged Image #8 of multiple light objects near "X" formed by contrails.

Answer: Birds.

multiple1lgemb.jpg (5833 bytes)

Image #10

Embossed and enlarged Image #9 of multiple light objects near "X" contrails.

Answer: Birds.

multiple1lgneg.jpg (5702 bytes)

Image #11

Negative of enlarged Image #9 of multiple light objects near "X" formed by contrails.

Answer: Birds.

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Image #12

Solarized and enlarged Image #9 of multiple light objects near "X" formed by contrails.

Answer: Birds.

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