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May 28, 2000

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Image #1

Is this a black saucer high in the sky?

Answer: Image of a bug frozen in flight. (video still)

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Image #2

"Black saucer" in Image #1 enlarged.

Answer: Bug. See the wings?

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Image #3

Negative of Image #2 of a "black saucer".

Answer: Image of a bug frozen in flight.

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Image #4

Image #2 of a "black saucer" embossed.

Answer: Image of a bug frozen in flight.

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Image #5

Image #2 of a "black saucer" solarized.

Answer: Image of a bug frozen in flight.

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Image #6

Image #2 of a "black saucer" hot waxed.

Answer: Image of a bug frozen in flight.

Image #7

Image of a "rod" enlarged 700 times.

Answer: Image of a bug frozen in flight. (video still)

Note- By enlarging this image of a bug frozen in flight 700 times the object can seem to be something other than what it really is.  When an image is altered through enlarging and/or special effects, the perception of the true nature of that object may also be altered if proper notation is not included with the new image.  By presenting only the altered image of an object the viewer is misinformed and misled to believe the object is something it is not.  I have seen this happen on many web sites where alleged pictures of "UFO's" are presented to the public.

Image #8

Negative of Image #7 of a "rod".

Answer: Image of a bug frozen in flight.

Image #9

Image #7 of a "rod" solarized.

Answer: No matter how the image is manipulated or what it is called, it remains an image of a bug frozen in flight.

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