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4/23/13 6:27 PM
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Have a read of this fucking link, if it wasn't so ridiculous, sad and tragic... It would be funny.

FRAT- Whole bombing scene was faked with actors, double amputee actor was fitted with prosthesis while smoke cleared.

*shakes head*

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4/27/13 1:52 AM
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5/4/13 2:02 AM
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Do you honestly believe that?
5/5/13 1:08 AM
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http://youtu.be/2IEZzMtTYXU

For those that believe Jeff Bauman is an actor
6/7/13 1:40 PM
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I just love the picture of that girl in the red shirt, the torn holes with no visible signs of lacerations or blood or other flesh wounds on the exposed skin.

I work with video and images and that one picture stuck out with quite a bit of anomalies that make it very suspect.

If you examine the blood around the sidewalks and nearby the "victims" you will notice something really odd about it. The blood in the picture looks bright red, and upon researching the ingredients for fake blood used for movie sets, it sure has that unmistakable appearance.

I work in the medical field and I have had blood splattered on me many times. I draw blood on a daily basis as well. Never have I seen blood that bright red spilled on any surface look exactly like that, not even highly oxygenated saturated blood at whatever PaO2 pressures it was analyzed.

I'm sorry but the picture of the girl in the red shirt just kills it for me.
6/11/13 10:15 PM
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ReneH - I just love the picture of that girl in the red shirt, the torn holes with no visible signs of lacerations or blood or other flesh wounds on the exposed skin.

I work with video and images and that one picture stuck out with quite a bit of anomalies that make it very suspect.

If you examine the blood around the sidewalks and nearby the "victims" you will notice something really odd about it. The blood in the picture looks bright red, and upon researching the ingredients for fake blood used for movie sets, it sure has that unmistakable appearance.

I work in the medical field and I have had blood splattered on me many times. I draw blood on a daily basis as well. Never have I seen blood that bright red spilled on any surface look exactly like that, not even highly oxygenated saturated blood at whatever PaO2 pressures it was analyzed.

I'm sorry but the picture of the girl in the red shirt just kills it for me.
So do you work in the medical field, or with "video and pictures"???

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10/23/13 2:57 AM
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He works with videos and pictures in the medical field Phone Post 3.0
10/29/13 1:40 AM
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I draw blood daily and I see and I also see much blood splatter as part of my job (some of it sometimes gets on my scrubs). Whatever you see in that image that supposedly represents the color and nature of blood looks more theatrical than anything else.

That image wreaks of fake blood all over it. It seems that the planners of that "drill" decided that fake blood is in line with what people see in the movies and on tv. Real arterial blood will never maintain its color of bright red for long when its exposed to ambient air. Real arterial blood turns a darker color, more like a deeper burgundy, then gets darker the longer its exposed to ambient air.

The blood is one thing and the shredded red shirt is just too much, its laughable! Anyone who believes that girl with the red shirt is bleeding,wounded, and possibly burned, should have their eye sight examined.
7/15/14 12:19 PM
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7/15/14 3:17 PM
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ReneH - I draw blood daily and I see and I also see much blood splatter as part of my job (some of it sometimes gets on my scrubs). Whatever you see in that image that supposedly represents the color and nature of blood looks more theatrical than anything else.

That image wreaks of fake blood all over it. It seems that the planners of that "drill" decided that fake blood is in line with what people see in the movies and on tv. Real arterial blood will never maintain its color of bright red for long when its exposed to ambient air. Real arterial blood turns a darker color, more like a deeper burgundy, then gets darker the longer its exposed to ambient air.

The blood is one thing and the shredded red shirt is just too much, its laughable! Anyone who believes that girl with the red shirt is bleeding,wounded, and possibly burned, should have their eye sight examined.
Wow... so you work in the medical field and video and film? You must be an expert. Thankfully we have you here to debunk everything based off a few pictures. Phone Post 3.0
7/15/14 6:37 PM
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orbit - Do you honestly believe that?
Of coarse not, it's one of the most ridiculous things I've ever read! Phone Post 3.0
7/24/14 6:13 AM
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TFK Odins_Fleshlight -
ReneH - I draw blood daily and I see and I also see much blood splatter as part of my job (some of it sometimes gets on my scrubs). Whatever you see in that image that supposedly represents the color and nature of blood looks more theatrical than anything else.

That image wreaks of fake blood all over it. It seems that the planners of that "drill" decided that fake blood is in line with what people see in the movies and on tv. Real arterial blood will never maintain its color of bright red for long when its exposed to ambient air. Real arterial blood turns a darker color, more like a deeper burgundy, then gets darker the longer its exposed to ambient air.

The blood is one thing and the shredded red shirt is just too much, its laughable! Anyone who believes that girl with the red shirt is bleeding,wounded, and possibly burned, should have their eye sight examined.
Wow... so you work in the medical field and video and film? You must be an expert. Thankfully we have you here to debunk everything based off a few pictures. Phone Post 3.0
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7/26/14 6:24 PM
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ReneH - I just love the picture of that girl in the red shirt, the torn holes with no visible signs of lacerations or blood or other flesh wounds on the exposed skin.

I work with video and images and that one picture stuck out with quite a bit of anomalies that make it very suspect.

If you examine the blood around the sidewalks and nearby the "victims" you will notice something really odd about it. The blood in the picture looks bright red, and upon researching the ingredients for fake blood used for movie sets, it sure has that unmistakable appearance.

I work in the medical field and I have had blood splattered on me many times. I draw blood on a daily basis as well. Never have I seen blood that bright red spilled on any surface look exactly like that, not even highly oxygenated saturated blood at whatever PaO2 pressures it was analyzed.

I'm sorry but the picture of the girl in the red shirt just kills it for me.

You get arterial blood on you all the time?

You dont draw blood from arteries.

Two, it does not oxidize and become darker when exposed to the air. 

7/26/14 6:45 PM
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I work with video and static images much of the time, it doesn't take long to learn how to distinguish details in static and moving images. There are many aberrations that a trained editor looks for when editing video or static images when they are inserted on the timeline. Ask any video editing guy about that image of the girl with the red shirt and they will point out the anomalies with no problem.

Yes, I have over 25 years experience working in the medical field, I'm an RT. I have put in many years in trauma ED settings, as well as ICU settings, so I have seen quite a bit of blood in my years of work. I have transported burned victims via ambulances and small aircraft as well, and once again, I have issues with that red shirt that lady in the image is wearing.

I have collected arterial and venous blood from many, many people, and once again, I have trouble with what I see in that image of the girl and her tattered red shirt.

What some of you want me to do is in effect brainwash myself that what I see on a daily basis, in terms of blood, is that it is of a very bright red color. It is not. No matter how oxygenated it is.

Arterial blood is somewhat reddish in color under normal Pao2 present in the arterial blood. It looks like venous blood when the Pao2 ranges are critically below normal.

Venous blood is quite dark

Either some of you are paid shills, I don't know. But you can't tell me that the color of blood should be the color you say it is when it is not.
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ReneH - I work with video and static images much of the time, it doesn't take long to learn how to distinguish details in static and moving images. There are many aberrations that a trained editor looks for when editing video or static images when they are inserted on the timeline. Ask any video editing guy about that image of the girl with the red shirt and they will point out the anomalies with no problem.

Yes, I have over 25 years experience working in the medical field, I'm an RT. I have put in many years in trauma ED settings, as well as ICU settings, so I have seen quite a bit of blood in my years of work. I have transported burned victims via ambulances and small aircraft as well, and once again, I have issues with that red shirt that lady in the image is wearing.

I have collected arterial and venous blood from many, many people, and once again, I have trouble with what I see in that image of the girl and her tattered red shirt.

What some of you want me to do is in effect brainwash myself that what I see on a daily basis, in terms of blood, is that it is of a very bright red color. It is not. No matter how oxygenated it is.

Arterial blood is somewhat reddish in color under normal Pao2 present in the arterial blood. It looks like venous blood when the Pao2 ranges are critically below normal.

Venous blood is quite dark

Either some of you are paid shills, I don't know. But you can't tell me that the color of blood should be the color you say it is when it is not.

 

 

Expert. You can watch that young man produce that bright color blood you say doesnt exist here. It is graphic.

 

another?

 

 

 

 

 

 

My thinking is the color also has something to do with light and the exposure of the camera, as you can see it minimally change in the video based on angle. interesting. 

 

but please do rant on. 

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ReneH - I work with video and static images much of the time, it doesn't take long to learn how to distinguish details in static and moving images. There are many aberrations that a trained editor looks for when editing video or static images when they are inserted on the timeline. Ask any video editing guy about that image of the girl with the red shirt and they will point out the anomalies with no problem.

Yes, I have over 25 years experience working in the medical field, I'm an RT. I have put in many years in trauma ED settings, as well as ICU settings, so I have seen quite a bit of blood in my years of work. I have transported burned victims via ambulances and small aircraft as well, and once again, I have issues with that red shirt that lady in the image is wearing.

I have collected arterial and venous blood from many, many people, and once again, I have trouble with what I see in that image of the girl and her tattered red shirt.

What some of you want me to do is in effect brainwash myself that what I see on a daily basis, in terms of blood, is that it is of a very bright red color. It is not. No matter how oxygenated it is.

Arterial blood is somewhat reddish in color under normal Pao2 present in the arterial blood. It looks like venous blood when the Pao2 ranges are critically below normal.

Venous blood is quite dark

Either some of you are paid shills, I don't know. But you can't tell me that the color of blood should be the color you say it is when it is not.

 

 

Expert. You can watch that young man produce that bright color blood you say doesnt exist here. It is graphic.

 

another?

 

 

 

 

 

 

My thinking is the color also has something to do with light and the exposure of the camera, as you can see it minimally change in the video based on angle. interesting. 

 

but please do rant on. 

1st photo could be oxygenated blood probably from the lungs 2nd could be salsa Shopped =) 3rd Photo I won't comment on because of the astrotrufing shills are very sensitive. Phone Post 3.0

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