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  1. I agree, that's why I gave the following link in one of my previous posts here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BRDCxNEuyg itsNiKu, I don't have time right now to start this conversation again, just two points: 1. I don't think that the aircraft in the videos that I showed here are much closer than the 'UFO' object (if you assume that it's a real external target) https://i.ibb.co/r3m2SxF/Lock-On-Target.jpg 2. Ignore the digital display, look only on the real view and the horizon, this is what I expect to see if the object was a real (external) target
  2. I want you to see how "stable" a lock looks like on a real external target: 1. Here, on minute 0:40, the sound that you hear means that the missile is locked on the target: 2. Here at 1:05 3. Here at 4:37 4. Here at 0:58 5. Here at 2:02 Can you see the different between this and the lock in the gimbal video? An object on the pod's window explain perfectly why it is so stable.
  3. What do you think about free will? Free will
  4. Here is a short video animation that demonstrate (in my opinion) what we see in the Gimbal video. The airplane is taking off and there are some dirt spots on it's front window, I marked one of them with a yellow label. See how when the airplane changes it's Tilt while taking off, the horizon is going down but the spot stays exactly in the same place: https://i.ibb.co/71Nngjv/Airplane-Take-Off.gif This is the source video that I used: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIeErwntFUU
  5. Here are two animations that Illustrate what we should see when the object is External, and when the object is Internal: External: https://i.ibb.co/tpH1JQW/External-Object.gif Internal: https://i.ibb.co/L943PJY/Internal-Object.gif As you can see, the second animation (Internal Object) fits exactly what we see in the video: Example 1: https://i.ibb.co/MChpLGb/Animation1.gif Example 2: https://i.ibb.co/CPwhkNJ/Animation2.gif
  6. There are few short moments in the video where it does looks like the object moves with correlation to the view, for example here in minute 0:30 till 0:31: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMOv6baIaso But it happens just when there is a sudden fast movement. I think that the explanation for that may be that the camera inside the pod is sitting on some kind of a shock absorber to prevent it from breaking when there is a sudden movement, for example during air turbulence. I guess that the camera (which is quite heavy) is not connected stiffly to the pod, it has some loose that allo
  7. Hi again, First, about the animations that I showed here a few weeks ago: 1. https://i.ibb.co/VWjFPMb/Toggle-1-2.gif 2. https://i.ibb.co/zx2WhbP/Toggle-3-4.gif I don't buy the explanation that the 'UFO' stays exactly at the same orientation because of the flare of the IR camera. Yes, we saw some examples of flare that changes its orientation when the camera is turning, but to say that it is SO ACCURATE that it makes the object looks like it's not moving at all, is ridiculous in my opinion. Second, I played some more with that, I added a color palette to the frames to e
  8. I prefer not to get into details about the systems that I worked with, but I remember that when I touched it (specially at the base) it felt like at least 55°C - 65°C. You can search in Google specifications for an average thermal camera for aircraft, I don't think that it will be much different.
  9. 1. I agree that we have to wait for an expert answers, otherwise this talk is pointless. 2. I'll just say that I had the chance to work several times with that kind of systems (thermals cameras for aircraft) and I can tell you that they produce a lot of heat. Yeah the sensor itself is cooled to a very low temperature by a cooler that is attached to it, but all the electronic around it is hot, the camera itself is very hot. So I have no doubt that when a camera like that is sitting in it's small space inside the pod it is just like a Heater, and the air around it is hot. An insect will hav
  10. Sorry but I don't have time to investigate this to the deep now, let's face it we are both not experts about how it works, we need to find someone who actually works with this system who can tell us if the infrared camera can move inside the pod, or if the algorithm can move the picture a little while it's in zoom mode. If the object was acquired while the picture was in zoom x2 (meaning that you see only part of the full frame) then theoretically the algorithm could move the zoomed area left/right/up/down to bring the object to the middle. And, there is also the possibility that just by
  11. That's a guess, you can't know why it in the center, maybe it just happened to go there, you don't have the beginning of the video to see what exactly happened. I'm just saying that even if you will take an insect and glue it to the center of the pod's window during flight then there is a big chance that you will get exactly the same behavior that you see in this video. The tracking algorithm will see the insect that you attached to the window, and it will try to track it like it's an external object on the background of the sky and the clouds. Why shouldn't it track it? How sho
  12. lightpanther, 1. Let's suppose that the insect decided to rest on the center of the Pod's window (on it's inner side of course) why wouldn't the scenario that we see in this video describe it? 2. About the movement of the pod (that you can see on the top-center of the display) it can happen because of the tracking algorithm that got confused and concluded that the object moves to the right, because as you can see the tracking aircraft is turning to the left toward the object, but the object stays in it's place so it looks as it's comming from left to right, so the tracking system ma
  13. Of course that this object is being tracked, how exactly does it contradict the Insect theory? The system see an object on the screen and it's tracking it, it doesn't know if it's a flying airplane or if it's a bug on the lens that looks "flying" when it Integrates with the view behind it. It's sees a spot in the frame and it's following it. Please explain why doesn't it move when the airplane rotate? Why the horizon line (that you can see behind the clouds) move perfectly in correlation with the artificial horizon of the aircraft, but the object stays Exactly in the same possition?
  14. Who said that it's part of the Nimitz incident? Look again especially at "Example 2" that I gave, if you watch it on a big screen, in a dark room, then you see clear enough the horizon line behind the clouds (it looks like a sea) and it's perfectly correlated with the artificial horizon line of the aircraft, but the 'Object' stays exactly in the same position. Sorry, an external object will not behave this way, it's very clear that it's attached to the aircraft.
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