Think you’re lost in the crowd?

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From: Ralph & BA
Date: 4 November 2015 at 08:01
Subject: Fw: Fwd: Think you’re lost in the crowd?

Incredible detail available when you zoom in on this photo.

For example, there are about a dozen people on the top level of the bank building looking down at the mob below. You can zoom in on the guy farthest to the right and see that his wristwatch reads 9:30AM.

Try it…


Ever wonder how they found the Boston bombers in just a few days? This may help you to understand what the government is looking at. This photo was taken in Canada and shows about 700,000 people in the city of Vancouver.

Do you believe it’s hard to disappear in a crowd? I think not. Pick on a small part of the crowd, click a couple of times — wait — click a few more times and see how clear each individual face will become each time. Or use the wheel on your mouse.

This picture was taken with a 70,000 x 30,000 pixel camera (2100 Mega Pixels.) These cameras are not sold to the public and are being installed in strategic locations.

The camera can identify a face among a multitude of people.

Place your computer cursor in the mass of people and double-click a couple times.

Scary sharp!! Not so easy to hide in a crowd anymore.
Now I have some idea on how sharp is the eyesight of a hawk or eagle—it can spot a mouse on the ground from 1,000 feet.