> Have you paused to consider why Dr Robert Schoch,
> along with Graham Hancock, having been granted
> access to the relieving chamber, with great
> lighting rigs at their disposal, spent "several
> hours" studying the cartouche with their EYES and
> both now claim the cartouche to be GENUINE.
> Why are you asking people to look at Schoch's
> photographs but ignore the opinion of the man who
> saw it with his own eyes, up close and personal,
> studying it for "several hours", whose conclusion
> is that it is "authentic."
> Explain why you ignore their opinions, having seen
> it with their eyes.
They were using their own naked eyes in very dim lighting conditions.
Then totally relying upon their own visual memory.
The brightly illuminated photographs are the result of microseconds of intense flash illumination.
A flash photo is far better than the naked eye in dim conditions.
A photograph has a field angle of sharp resolution far greater than the human eye which is only a few degrees.
A photograph is forever, it does not rely on fallible human memory.
A photograph is not selective, it cannot select one particular part of a scene. It can only record ebverything equally that was before it .
Which is all pretty much why we use cameras and photographs, to record and remember things.
For example intelligence gathering. Why would a spy arm himself with a camera when he had seen it with his own eyes?
Do you have personal photographs? why don't you throw them away and rely on what you saw with your own eyes and your memory?
Think about it.
We now have a number of photographs which we can now compare and analyze at our leisure.
More photographs would be helpful.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 21-Jun-16 18:07 by Jon Ellison.