When ive said that i am young one, i was refering to my amateur astronomy "career", compared to a lot of other guys who are amateur astronomers, where a lot of then have been amateur astronomers for well over 30 years.
Also, amateur astronomers are the ones who seek darker locations and spend nights out, so if anyone has a chance of seeing ufos, they do, strangely not a lot of them have seen one or believe in one, mostly because they have more knowledge about night sky so less objects fall under "unknown" category for them than for those who cant identify different celestial objects, satellites (geostationary or moving ones) and so on
Just saying (unrelated to the matter at hand)
I have more realistic and logical approach to things.
You say frequency. Ok, and?
"Companion" was "captured" by a camera. So whatever frequency ur talking about, it would of been visible to the camera in question and for that matter all the other cameras pointing at it at that time. So how come no other camera captured it? That wasnt the only camera pointing at the comet and taking pictures. In fact numerous other cameras have been pointing at the comet at any given time from different points on the planet. This is a fact.
Will you say "oh it just changed frequency for a short period of time, only once and only one camera managed to capture it"?
Let me tell you, as someone who has experience with looking thro telescopes.
"Stray light" is quite common when the object (any celestial object that being Moon, planets, deep space objects and so on) you are looking at is quite bright.
Picture was taken with CCD chip which was known to cause "ghost" objects.
Now experienced astronomers who handle the equipment, who use it daily, who know how it works and its flaws did not made a big deal out of it.
Its those people who have no knowledge of anything regarding said things, but are believers and just wait for every opportunity to jump on anything UFO related that got hooked on.
Among them was sadly also Heavens Gate cult which gave a more "sinister" note to this entire thing.
My approach is to look for logic, evidence, more than one source if possible, not just blindly following what i am told or what i wish was true with nothing to back it up.
To me it seems that your method is to say its frequency and thats it. But i might me mistaken so i would like to hear your more in depth explanation on "everything is frequency" in this matter.
That reminds me of religious fanatics who say "its God, the end, dont question it".
Another thing that id like to mention is that i live in Europe. I am not Trump's supporter or anyone elses supporter for that matter. I dont care about American political state or system.
I am not angry, bitter, malcontent or anything else due to presidential election of 2020.
I merely mentioned a prediction done by Daz Smith group about elections outcome and how it was a miss.
50/50 chances and it was a miss...
What can we expect then if we speak of a different target where chances of hitting it r slimmer?
(Btw english is my second language so i hope that i am expressing myself in the way i intend for it to be)
You have made a lot of assumptions and wrong ones about me but that is normal since we are communicating in this fashion and you can only go by what was said. No harm done there.
I would deny accusation of falling under the type of people which you have described.
I was and still am supporter of FS but, i am not blindly following and taking everything as facts after learning more about RV.
I am questioning things, making observations and so on.
If you have noticed, i am using almost exact terminology and approach as Courtney does in his videos.
He is the one saying
"If we want mainstream academia to recognize and accept RV..."
"We have corroborating data from all remote viewers"
I am merely using same or similar scientific approach Courtney does but instead of using it only among his own viewers, i am using it among different remote viewing groups or individuals outside of FS, including FS.
So if we apply Courtney's method, we dont get favorable results, thats is fact.
In fact anyone who thinks with their own head and doesnt yet have firmly formed opinion on RV, when faced with such results will never accept RV as anything other than imagination and ridicule it.
And i thought that the whole point of FS is to prove to the world and large population that RV is real.
Or at least thats what Courtney is saying.
Without a feedback on any given target and results being verified, we have no way of knowing if results of session have any merits to them or not.
Without that, all we are left with is hope, belief, wish and all the other hallmarks or religion or a cult.(to tie to the topic of this thread)
At different point in time, tasked by different people, but with hope for same outcome "how were pyramids built", one would hope that, if RV is indeed what we are told it is, a subconscious mind reaching out to any point in time and space, and if past is past, one would assume that no mater when, who, by which method and which way you put your tasking, all (good) remote viewers would be able to come up with same basic outcome.
Of course those sessions will differ because different viewer will see things from different perspective, describe them differently, maybe wont look in the same directions and so on.
But one would assume that from the data obtained by different viewers, same conclusions would be drawn or maybe more importantly, they wouldnt be opposing one another.
Joe McMoneagle along with Ingo Swann, in my opinion is among best remote viewers.
Furthemore, Lyn Buchanan, while they were part of the Star Gate and other military funded projects has kept database of different viewers accuracy.
And how do you get those type of data? By verifiable results and feedback.
I think that a lot of early day remote viewers didnt even want to do targets which could not be verified and there wouldnt be no feedback.
So Joe, one of the best remote viewers with decades of experience with good track record says his finds were this.
FS who has no obvious accuracy track record gets a different result which strangely coincide with what we all wanna hear, what it was aliens...
Also, it must be said that all remote viewers do believe in aliens, so we cant say that Joe was a denier.
Dick Algire and Daz Smith both have around 20 years of RV experience. A lot of FS projects were done by them as well.
Its just facts.
Maybe you fail to objectively look at things because of your personal beliefs and convictions. That happens all the time.