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[edit] Entry: (January 29th, 2008 5:38pm)

[edit] The very first user-submitted photo from an ordinary digital camera (direct link)
Hey guys, Mike here. So we were working from the Gardner Project device on a basic method of extracting tachyon particle information from ordinary digital photographs. It’s a crude process of basically estimating the tachyon data from its very minute influence on the light collected from the location (and recorded by the digital photo). The result is a low resolution yet still slightly workable prediction image. Our first comes from the very active participant, Bryan Flurry, who submitted the picture along with this message 2 days ago...

I’ve attached a picture for the Gardner Project.
This was taken just now, its a school in front of my house, located in Cembo, Makati, Philippines.
I’m just curious if our country is also affected with what’s gonna happen there in the U.S.

I’ve noticed that the videos are much clearer now, thank you very much and be safe from "the stalker".

Thanks Bryan for helping us pioneer this new process. In the meantime, I’m still looking at these strange patterns found in the triangles of the recovered device imagery. I have a very distinct theory about what they represent. Ever hear of something called SkyNet?

[edit] Notes

  • The images were originally posted as an animated gif
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