Thursday, March 16, 2017

SCIENCE | Different light levels reveal different cloaked entities

Not all cloaks are the same. Not only do they vary by degree of transparency, but by reflectivity. It is important to know how the amount of light a given cloak reflects when capturing and processing digital media of cloaked entities affects their visibility.

Different light levels reveal different cloaked entities
This post expands the discussion of chroma, and provides new information on the effects of ambient light on the visibility of cloaked entities in digital media. It is a companion to Comparing demonic activity in light and shadow. A similar post talks about how and which environmental characteristics influence the visibility and density (or concentration) of chroma, namely, Demonic Feng Shui.

If you are new to the subject of chroma, read SCIENCE | Chroma is not just 'color noise' for the most recent discussion; search also for chroma on this blog. You should also read why this subject and full knowledge of it is important: DIGEST | (TECHNOLOGY) Tips and Techniques for Processing Demonic Digital Media to Save the World.

The following five, consecutive still frames were taken from a video made during a period of high demonic activity (when cloaked entities are revealed in digital images by the chroma the cloak creates by the EMF radiation it emits); collectively, they capture a transition in the light level emitted by my laptop. The transition demonstrates how the level of light determines which cloaked entities are revealed (not all cloaks are the same). Click each to enlarge, and closely examine the cloaked objects on the surface of my face, comparing each:

Five consecutive still frames taken from a video made during a period of high demonic activity (when cloaked entities are revealed in digital images by the chroma the cloak creates by the EMF radiation it emits); collectively, they capture a transition in the light level emitted by my laptop. The transition demonstrates how the level of light determines which cloaked entities are revealed (not all cloaks are the same). Click each to enlarge, and closely examine the cloaked objects on the surface of my face, comparing each.
As you can see, the lower light levels reveal not only fewer cloaked entities, but different ones than higher levels of light. Not only that, but the entities seen in a darker image are not visible along with the entities seen in a light one. Like cloaked entities in general, which cannot be seen beyond a certain threshold of natural light, the cloaked entities that reflect more light than others "drown out" those that reflect comparatively less light.

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