Seeing another dimension using red night vision gear

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Seeing another dimension using red night vision gear

Unread post by TheBlackStump » Thu Aug 09, 2018 9:35 am

Interesting info re use of original night vision goggles used in Vietnam War.
Report of original red light photon transmission goggles allowing military personel viewing into another dimension to see demons , monsters .....
Talk of this starts at 46 min 30 sec into video below and goes for about 10 minutes...
Just a thought ....If Yowies , bigfoot , sasquatch (taz) can exist in different dimensions as some suggest then if you could get your hands on these red light night vision goggles ...... supposedlt the goggles are no long produced in red spectrum.....


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Re: Seeing another dimension using red night vision gear

Unread post by Searcher » Fri Aug 10, 2018 11:33 pm

That's one hell of a weird story, BlackStump! Wonder if there's any other evidence around to support it?

One would have assumed those red goggles would have been thoroughly tested before being put into military service. Obviously not.(eek)

I've often thought there may be invisible worlds existing in other dimensions all around us. One dimension is where ghosts appear and disappear from.

Scary stuff!

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Re: Seeing another dimension using red night vision gear

Unread post by TheBlackStump » Sat Aug 11, 2018 3:29 am

Hi Searcher

Yes the story sounds spooky..... my understanding of Cliff High story is that the night vision they were the using were original prototypes and they were in initial test mode.

Do not know if there are other stories , maybe if one searched hard enough. I do not have much time to look atm but found PDF doc about goggles.

http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/377920.pdf

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Re: Seeing another dimension using red night vision gear

Unread post by Searcher » Sat Aug 11, 2018 9:52 am

Thanks TheBlackStump. A lot of info in that file!

On reflection, what didn't make sense to me in that story is that those supposed 'flying demons' could see the helicopter gunners without any goggles yet the gunners needed the red night vision aids to see them! Perhaps that's just the way it is. All food for thought... and our imagination. :)

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Unread post by TheBlackStump » Sat Aug 11, 2018 4:11 pm

Maybe some animals/creatures have a next level of physics to their eyesight that we do not understand or are not aware of .

Yowies are reported by some to have red eyes . Other animals we know such as kangaroos give of a pink eye shine at night. I wonder if some animals may have the ability to physically see more dimensions than humans because of the makeup of the animal/creatures eyes... just a thought.

From what I can work out they were called Star Light Scopes . Early 1960s history of Star Light Scopes NVG GEN 1 copy/pasted below from a pdf.

7.1.3 History of NVG in Aviation
7.1.3.1 1950s
In the 1950s there was considerable and diverse research on night image intensification as reported at
the Image Intensifier Symposium.4
The applications included devices for military sensing and for astronomy
and scientific research, but were not directed specifically to head-mounted pilotage devices. The
U.S. Army first experimented with T-6A infrared driving binocular in helicopters in the late 1950s,
according to Jenkins and Efkeman.2
The binocular device was a near infrared (IR) converter which
required an IR filtered landing light for the radiant energy, and was not satisfactory for aviation. In the
late 1950s, the first continuous-channel electron multiplier research was being conducted at the Bendix
Research Laboratories by George Goodrich, James Ignatowski, and William Wiley. The invention of the
continuous-channel multiplier was the key step in the development of the microchannel plate (Lampton1
).
7.1.3.2 1960s
In the early 1960s first-generation tubes were developed. The tubes allowed operation as a passive system,
but the size of the three-stage tubes was too large for head-mounted applications. Passive refers to needing
no active projected illumination; the system can operate using the ambient starlight illumination, thus the
name “starlight scope” from the Vietnam era foot soldier’s sniper scope. In the late 1960s, the production of
the microchannel plates, used in the second-generation wafer technology tubes, allowed night vision devices
to be packaged small enough and light enough for head-mounted applications. Thus, in the late 1960s and
early 1970s the U.S. Army Night Vision and Electro-Optics Laboratory (NV&EOL) used Gen II tubes to
develop NVGs for foot soldiers, and some of these NVGs were tried by aviators for night flight operations.

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