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To project an image in a daytime sky, you need to subtract light.

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Comment by Whathappened Tothewtc on April 13, 2010 at 10:30am
OK. Here are the technical details. I make the claim that a projected image of an airplane is what was seen traveling through the sky and into WTC 2. The problem with this claim is that most people think that it is impossible. I don't know why these people are so intellectually incurious that they can't imagine possibilities, but I can't exactly criticize them because I hadn't yet figured it out myself.

This picture with the shadows was a bell-ringer for me. I realized that the technical problem that comes with an effort to project an image into the daytime sky is that the daytime sky is very, very full of light already.

The shadow picture reminded me that you can make an image by subtracting light, which is a perfect solution to the problem. If you want to project an image into the daytime sky, perhaps an image of a plane, you'd need to subtract light.

You might be able to do this by heating up the air in a very specific pattern. I'm going out on a limb with the idea here and just guessing how it might have been accomplished, but the subtracting light thing I think is a real result.
Comment by sandy rose on April 13, 2010 at 10:13am
i'm trying to, feel free to explain more in depth, i am totally
interested in hearing more... how it relates to 9/11 'photos'..
but man, that picture came out cool! i wouldn't mind
having a poster of that pic, tho i know you meant it for
more technical reasons. good to hear from you, what happened!
don't be a stranger!
Comment by Whathappened Tothewtc on April 12, 2010 at 1:09pm
Do you see my point about subtracting light?
Comment by sandy rose on April 12, 2010 at 9:28am
interesting, and that's a really cool picture!

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