• A photo from literally 1850
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    • “Ok now if we look at this star, zoom in, zoom in again, enhance it, and add in this blurry spaceship with photoshop, you’ll notice that there is a blurry spaceship the government doesn’t want us to find”
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    • Everyone knows you're only allowed to record shit like this with a potato
      ImYukio 28 apr
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    • How did they get a cat to stay that long though?
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    • Well for one: that's not an actual photo of a cat that's drawing. 2: a still photo vs. a recording by a camera are never the same in capturing quality. 3: one is still with no movement and the other is traveling at high speeds in the distance.
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    • Aliens most likely do exist, but the odds any have visited us is very unlikely.
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    • That cat is also dead- the only way an image can get that clear with such non-advanced photography is when the object is entirely still. Animals when alive cannot stay completely still
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    • The cat is dead, taking a picture back then you had to sit completely still which is why most people didnt smile, the cat is stuffed
      coronad2 28 apr
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    • UFO videos are of an object in the SKY THAT IS FUCKING MOVING the cat in the picture is probably dead and stuffed and taken from 3 feet away.
      PapiVarg 28 apr
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    • Bigfoot documentary: 4k cameras while walking around, military style night vision, sat phones, etc. When they see bigfoot: all cameras suddenly lose all stability and malfunction
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    • NormG 30 apr
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    • I mean there is a lot of bad photo evidence and a lot of fake evidence, but that doesn’t discredit the thousands of respected testimonies that former government workers have claimed. Watch the documentary called “Unacknowledged” on Netflix it’s actually really interesting and credible.
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    • Hmmm UPCLOSE cat photo vs taking a photo of a zooming saucer miles AWAY with you're Motorola razor.
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    • You know what's sad? That cat has been dead for a really long time.
      Nautica 29 apr
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    • That cat was probably taxidermied. For a photo to be taken with this clear of a resolution the person or thing had to be absolutely still or they would come out blurry
      Think_Pad 28 apr
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    • The cat was dead. They needed a dead cat so it would not move during the time exposure.
      ayup2 28 apr
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    • That pic from 1850 is better quality than most porn
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    • It’s obvious that whenever some paranormal shit or aliens appear, you camera quality drops from 4K to toaster quality.
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    • A lot of people are talking smack but here’s the reason why. The camera from 1850 would have taken the picture onto film. Films resolution is like around 8k if you do the work on it.
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    • That cat is probably dead
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    • Night photography is still a challenge with a standard phone.
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    • Bitch that is an oreo
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    • We can brilliantly restore Shirley Temple in black and white and in color but we can’t get a decent pic of a ufo
      ofloppy 1 may
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    • Is the cat still alive?
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    • Guys what if they are just really fuzzy aircraft?
      beamer941 29 apr
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    • Technically a UFO because I can't tell what it even is
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    • When "literally" is always out of context so nobody knows how to use it correctly
      BANDlT 28 apr
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    • You ever see a full moon and try and take a picture of it? Yeah same thing
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    • Yeah but in the 1850 photo, the cat is dead. when cameras were first made, there was always a slight blur with people who were alive and moving. But they also used to take pictures with the dead and they were crystal clear. Enjoy that fact.
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    • It turns out that there was nothing wrong with the camera. It's Bigfoot that's blurry.
      Dharq 28 apr
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    • Holy shit was I really featured?????
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    • Pretty sure that cat could be taxidermied cuz there is no way a cat can sit still for as long as it took to take pictures in 1850
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    • That cat must have been dead when that photo was taken for it to be that clear
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    • That’s because film and glass printed pictures can scale infinitely, while pixelated digital pictures cannot.
      Maxcrss 28 apr
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    • That's a beautiful cat and I love him
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    • If a civilization of aliens was smart enough to figure out how to travel millions of light years they’re definitely not going to be silenced by idiot government officials.
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    • You ever try taking a picture of an airplane or even the moon? You know how that shit turns out?
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    • Film is different than digital
      kazube128 28 apr
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    • Counter idea, aliens have technology to blur video cameras footage in a 100 mile radius
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    • The # of miracles performed by god sharply dropped with the invention of a camera. Then rose sharply with the invention of Photoshop
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    • As an Android user, I can barely tell the difference
      Vuvuzuela 28 apr
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    • Niggas with no fucking cognitive ability: S O T R U E
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    • Have yall ever tried taking a picture of a plane in the sky on your phone? Its so far away anything is gonna look like shit
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    • “I keep telling you Albert ! They’re not in the sky ! They’re in the fucking trees Albert ! In the fucking trees !”
      Picimanul 28 apr
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    • Cause it’s moving and it’s far away and since you zoom in so much the camera is more sensitive.
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    • One is a pocture one is a video one if a couple feet away the other a couple miles away
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    • Color on photos didn’t come out till the 1890s
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    • There’s no way they were able to take that photo of the cat. It took too long for the photos to be taken for it to not be blurry. If you look on YouTube a lot of people have done videos about it. And any ALIVE cat would not be able to be that perfectly still like that
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    • I miss YouTube suggesting conspiracy videos
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    • In the 1850s if you wanted to take a photo you had to be completely still for a longs either that photo is fake or the cat is dead
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    • The cat is dead. Early pictures took hours to make so that’s why u see small blurs around eyes normally. However some people have no not around they’re eyes meaning the didnt blink meaning they weren’t alive. This cat is dead
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    • That cat was dead. They could only get a picture that clear if it sat still long enough and most people didn’t get photos taken until they were dead. Pets included. Look it up.
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    • That's a cool looking cat
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    • The fact that they got the cat to sit still for like 5 minutes is very impressive though
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    • Maybe Bigfoot is just blurry.
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    • yes cause film is better than almost every old digital camera
      AhFucc 29 apr
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    • It's just the army and their flying doughnut bombs
      Maxiipad 29 apr
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    • Damn I thought is was figuratively 1850
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    • The first camera was made in 1889 but ok
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    • That's because people zoom in on the object with the camera and that causes the image to distort. If you take a picture of something zoomed out and then zoom on the captured image it is less distorted than if you zoom to capture
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    • Fun fact: The picture of the cat was more than likely taken with an 8x10 or 4x5 film camera. This means the negative for the film was literally massive compared to 35mm. We still struggle to match that quality today with digital sensors in cameras and that’s why the cat looks so good
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    • And every security camera
      nebby777 28 apr
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    • Conspiracy theory: thats not 1850
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    • It’s almost like taking a picture of something standing still, 5 feet in front of you is more likely to be clear than something moving very fast thousands of feet away
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    • Well the cameras are zoomed in all the way, so the camera is gonna be really fuzzy even on iPhones.
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    • The reason the photo is so clear is because the cat was dead so it wouldn’t have moved during the capture
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    • Was the “literally” really necessary?
      TheBigE17 28 apr
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    • Im pretty sure that cats stuffed. In old photos it took a really long time to process them and you'd have to stand in the exact same spot so it wouldn't be blurry in any way. Having a cat stand that fucking still for that clean of an imagine is close to impossible
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    • Well for starters the exposure time in the 1850s was over ten seconds to get a clean photo. Also videos taken hastily with whatever camera they had on them (usually shitty camcorders or early cellphones) are going to be blurry because they are shit cameras used by amateurs
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    • That cat is probs dead
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    • How did they get it to stand still long enough
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    • Cutest cat I've ever seen
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    • Thats an oreo dawg
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    • That cat is dead
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    • No way they got a cat to sit still for like 5 minutes to take the picture
      Jon_Bovi 28 apr
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    • Back then you had to stay still to take pictures because of how long it took however photographing something that is dead comes out with almost perfect resolution as it does not move
      Clonk 28 apr
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    • Exposure on a polaroid vs an old digital video recorder..
      Robutt_ 28 apr
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    • That's a painting
      Car_ 28 apr
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    • I think since 1850s photos were taken on huge plates they actually had amazing resolution because you didn't have to worry about pixel limits or compression or any of that
      Benjibruh 28 apr
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    • I'm not gonna try to defend that alien shit but that cat is pretty close and probably took hours to take that perfect photo and that object is pretty damn far away.
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    • To be fair the cat and the photographer are both pretty still and are like 4 feet apart from eachother
      json56 28 apr
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    • If they don't do that you'd be able to tell that its not a UFO
      A_Cactus_ 28 apr
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    • if its from the 1850s it was likely taken on silver film which produces a clearer picture than any other film
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    • People use Nintendo DSis to record because they don't wanna get shot by the government
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    • But whenever a good quality one comes out everyone yells special effects. There’s literally no winning
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    • Uncolored photos are easier to make high def. Video is harder than photo. The cats not moving the supposed UFO is
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    • That pic from 1850 is a drawing. Not a pic lol
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    • cats don't fly at high speed either not saying aliens are real but take a picture of a flying object then take a picture of that cat flying at the same speed pretty sure the cat would be blurry also lol
      Xylon 28 apr
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    • You gullible retards who love government (but hate cops, however that works) dont even know where the term conspiracy theory came from. I suppose living a life believing everything you hear must be nice for the simplicity of it.
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    • Because people always carry around their laptop so they can take a picture of it with their webcam
      gran18 28 apr
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    • “Now you see, these 3 pixels can possibly lead to the reason we exist”
      qwart 28 apr
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    • Yeet
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    • It's part of the experience.
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    • Of course it’s a cat
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    • King_Tim 28 apr
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