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Hi Spaceman

After seeing the many videos and photos of UFOs on the Internet, I have begun to try to do some analysis myself.

I am only going to accept what convinces me, given my knowledge and analysis, since it is too difficult to sort out all the misinformation out there. At least I can trust myself.

Those who misinform cannot be perfect so something will slip through the cracks. They are don't all have an IQ of 180 either so something truth is bound to slip through the cracks.

Would you agree, and any good tips on how to analyse UFO videos and photos ?

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Thanks for Your question !

It is almost impossible to analyze and verify videos of UFO's today. Too much can be do with image and video processing.
I have seen many of them myself.
What is convincing? ...
In the US, our firefighters have a manual in their station called: "A Firefighters Guide to Diaster Preparedness"
In it it describes what they should do in case of coming upon a crashed UFO.
Look it up on Google search.

Happiness,
Spaceman

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My scope of knowledge and experience includes inorganic chemistry, electronics, physics, and other subjects including UFO`s and government "Special Access Programs" work.I have worked in various research and development fields for over 26 years. Much of this work has been for large corporations.

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Overall experience includes communications research, thin-film device development, primary research on delta-gravitational field "modification" physics, and anti-aging pharmaceuticals production, analysis and evaluation. I have degrees in electronics and chemistry. I have an I.Q. average of over 180 points after the standard normalization with tests provided and/or given by: Raven, Rottus' and MENSA. I operate a simple analytical research laboratory of my own, and also have a private technical research library.I also have as hobbies: Research regarding UFO's, alchemy, and "restricted intelligence subjects" in general. Remember: I prefer to answer questions pertaining to perceived unknowns as opposed to common "homework" problems.

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