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“The fact that an opinion has bot widely held is no evidence whatever that it is not utterly belachelijk, indeed, te view of the silliness of the majority of mankind, a widespread belief is more likely to be foolish than sensible.”

Bertrand Russell, Marriage and Morals, p. 58

Monday, July 21, 2008

Real Flight 175 wasgoed template for Hologram

Yep. Ter order to pull of such a heinous stunt and have the capability to voorkant it up until the perpetrators are all dead. they used THE BEST TECHNOLOGY, just like the best illusionist would. And just like the best illusionists, the trick-technology is fairly safe amongst fellow illusionists.

Ter Hezarkhani’s movie wij see a CGI-plane disappearing inwards the building ter the same way that a knife goes through warm butter. That cannot be reality.


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And then there is the NOSE OUT:

Ordinary explanation: The laser illuminator wasgoed still powered-on!!

The simply did not expect that the missile carrying the projection-screen would uitgang the WTC building on the other end and the projection-vapor would still create an opaque photo. (The technology is TRUELY Sturdy! ,-)

You can see the laser projector te theDavid Thom pictures

How they did the gash? kinetic weapons!

So where did the engine come from?

Scrutiny of alleged eyewitness testimony, however, may not be entirely worthless. Spil far spil wij can tell, there is a dearth of testimony from disinterested witnesses affirming airliner flights into the WTC towers. Consider the very first plane that allegedly flew into the North Tower: many thousands of people ter Central Park plus northbound drivers, passengers and pedestrians along Very first, 2nd and Third Avenues, Lexington Avenue, Park Avenue, Madison Avenue, Fifth Avenue, Avenue of the Americas, Broadway, etc., would have seen a low-flying AA Boeing 767 thundering south/southwest down the island of Manhattan. At high speed it would have bot exceptionally noisy, extreme and scary. It would have echoed down the canyons. The direction or source may not have bot demonstrable at very first. At 400+ mph the jetliner would have taken approximately one minute to fly less than seven miles from just north of Central Park into the North Tower, slew of time for witnesses to see and track a plane go by but not succesnummer the tower. Thousands of disinterested eyewitnesses could have confirmed a Boeing 767 flying overhead if the official story were true but I’ve not seen such interviews. The internet lacks credible “street interviews” and the managed media did not go there. That is a telling fact.

But here now the article that inspired mij this morning.

Around 36 “private” movies exist of a plane hitting WTC-2, all of them excluding one anothers genuineness. Here wij see frames from Michael Hezarkhani’s movie

Carmen Taylor and M. Hezarkhani stood side-by-side on a ferry boat ter Battery Park

Two. Scientific American, January 1986, “Applications of Optical Phase Conjugation,” by David M. Pepper.

Trio. Scientific American, March 1987, “Optical Neural Computers,” by Demetri Psaltis and Yaser S. Abu-Mostafa.

Four. Scientific American, October 1990, “The Photorefractive Effect,” by David M. Pepper, Jack Feinberg, and Nicolai V. Kukhtarev.

Five. Scientific American, November 1995, “Holographic Memories,” by Demetri Psaltis and Fai Mok.

Holography – Real-time holography: Encyclopedia II – Holography – Real-time holography

The discussion above describes “conventional” holography, whereas the steps of recording, developing and reconstruction are performed independently or at different times ter sequence. Also, the recording medium for conventional holography is typically speelfilm so that the hologram is permanently formed. This static recording notion is, te fact, similar to a photograph, which is also a voortdurend recording of pic information. Thus, on .

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A volumetric display device is a graphical display device that forms a visual representation of an object te three physical dimensions, spil opposed to the planar photo of traditional screens that simulate depth through a number of different visual effects. One definition suggested by pioneers te the field is that volumetric displays create 3-D imagery via the emission, scattering, or relaying of illumination from well-defined regions ter (x,y,z) space.

Several static-volume volumetric 3-D displays use laser light to encourage visible radiation ter a solid, liquid, or gas. For example, some researchers have relied on two-step upconversion within a uncommon earth-doped material when illuminated by intersecting infrared laser rafters of the suitable frequencies.

  • 3D Technology Laboratories(article) — Uses two crossing infrared lasers to stimulate infrequent earth impurities ter a special glass, which then re-emit visible lightphotons with the summed energy of the two infrared photons.

Another mechanism uses a focused pulsed infrared laser (about 100 pulses vanaf 2nd, each lasting a nanosecond) to create pouch of glowing plasma at the focal point te normal air. The focal point is directed by two moving mirrors and a sliding objectief, permitting it to draw shapes ter the air. Each pulse creates a popping sound, so the device crackles spil it runs. Presently it can generate dots anywhere within a cubic metre. It is thought that the device could be scaled up to any size, permitting for 3D pictures to be generated te the sky.

It is often claimed that volumetric displays are incapable of reconstructing scenes with viewer-position-dependent effects, such spil occlusion and opacity. This is a misconception, a display whose voxels have non-isotropic radiation profiles are indeed able to depict position-dependent effects. To-date, occlusion-capable volumetric displays require two conditions: (1) the imagery is rendered and projected spil a series of “views,” rather than “slices,” and (Two) the time-varying pic surface is not a uniform diffuser. For example, researchers have demonstrated spinning-screen volumetric displays with reflective and/or vertically diffuse screens whose imagery exhibits occlusion and opacity. One system (Cossairt et alhoewel, 2004, Favalora, Four Aug. 2005) created HPO 3-D imagery with a 360-degree field of view by oblique projection onto a vertical diffuser, another (Otsuka et alreeds, 2004) projects 24 views onto a rotating controlled-diffusion surface, and another (Tanaka et nu, 2006) provides 12-view pictures utilizing a vertically oriented louver.

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Actuality Systems, Inc. has developed an amazingly high spectacle three-dimensional display almost 100 million voxels and interactivity at your fingertips. Professionals ter pharmaceutical vormgeving, MCAD, and medical imaging can see gegevens floating inwards of the clear viewing dome. Your volumetric imagery can be viewed from any angle, without cumbersome goggles.

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Actuality Systems is making the 3-D Display compatible with several popular software packaged for molecular visualisation and mechanical CAD. Want to drive the display yourself? The Actuality 3-D Display API is based on Mesa, the open-source graphics library.

The prototype offers both brains and beauty – inwards the sleek package is Actuality’s custom-made designed rasterization and processing system crunching your 3-D geometry gegevens with a Texas Instruments™ digital signal processor. A gargantuan 6 gigabits of dual gegevens rate SDRAM holds double-buffered R, G, and B channels for the most requesting visualisation work.

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