There are those that will believe this weak attempt. That's what's sad. $49 video editing software can do this and better than this person has. I can't believe the irresposibility of any publication other than the tabloids would print it. Ignorance can be dangerous.
Okie, those were exactly my thoughts the first time I saw the website. But if you go and watch the video on the CNN website, you can clearly see the same picture. I find it hard to believe the video clip on the CNN website would've been edited. I'm not sure whether or not I believe the images are real, but definetly interesting if true.
It is not unbelievable that for a second or so a huge explosion could cause a cloud formation the that has the resemblance of a face. Now if the images persisted for several minutes, that might be worth noting. Besides, CNN didn't necessarily take this film, they probably bought it. Who's to say the owner didn't spend ten minutes at his computer editing before he sold it to CNN.
I have watched the video at least 20 times in that part and what strikes me is it is not just 1 or 2 frames that make the formation. It is at least 10-20 frames in Windows media player then just falls apart.
Sure it could have been doctored, but if not, you have to admit it is eery.
Okay. I'm Satan. I want folks to know that I am behind this. Why would I do it like that?
I think maybe a full blown profile pose in my best Sunday Hangin' In Hell, Red body suit (with attached tail of course) would be more fitting? I would probably also like for everyone to see my coolio forked tongue. I'd never settle for something so vague.
I can't believe how fast the BS gets around. There is someone sitting back and LMAO somehwere.
It is only a possible doctored -up image. Nothing more. The human eye can see what it wants to see. In this case - shadows in the right spots to resemble an image that has never existed in real life.
Do you believe all those sightings of ufo's, jesus in a store window, crop circles? I am not saying these things might not exist, I am just saying the burden of proof for any mystery, or phenomena usually ends up a little short. Except for the celacanth ( that pre-historic fish ), and they were not even looking for that!