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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2012 3:34 pm 
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That's the problem with video's of UFO's, on Utube.

Nothing is verified.

Even though they have a recording of an object in the sky, there is nothing to suggest that the person who took the video, attempted to have it analyzed. There are many researchers out there, and of them, many who are very skilled at determining whether or not the object is a hoax, a helicopter etc., or whether the film has been tampered with or altered etc.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:23 pm 
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You didn't mention reality shows wanting to take a look at it in your original post.

But, what I mean is an actual scientific analysis. There are ways to determine if the film has been doctored, or altered. They can clarify the actual footage, and determine size, shape, etc.

If the person who owns this film has taken it to the market to get it on a reality show, they are likely in it for the money, and the show is in it for the money or revenue that the show will possibly produce.

I just don't take that seriously.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:43 pm 
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I know several tech people who can professionally check photos and footage for authenticity, but it comes at a steep price. Not only does one have to pay for the time on the equipment, the tech charges up to $150/hour for his work, and often the many different machines and steps to authenticate even a short clip, can run into the thousands of dollars. I'd guess (myself, included) that most people who capture something on video cannot afford this kind of analysis. My Howie would have a cow if I hired someone to check all my clips and photos! :o

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