Look, Up in the Sky!

It's all in Scope 

Have you ever looked up in the night sky and seen an object that looks like a star but seems out of place? Do you wonder what bright light is a star and what might be a satellite? The human eye can only detect 0.1% of the light spectrum. So, we still need 99.9% of what is viewable. Imagine if we had help seeing the unseen. Today, that just might be possible.

John Lenard Walson is an amateur astronomer who claims to have discovered a groundbreaking technique for capturing images of objects in space. He has gained notoriety in the amateur astronomy community for his claims, which he calls the "Walon Scope." However, skepticism from the professional astronomical community is everpresent.

This piece will explore John Lenard Walson's claims, the evidence supporting and contradicting his claims, and the scientific community's response to his claims.

We Need a bigger Boat 

John Lenard Walson is a self-proclaimed amateur astronomer who has been interested in astronomy since childhood. He has developed a technique for capturing high-

resolution images of objects in space that are beyond the capabilities of professional telescopes.

A New Way Forward

According to Walson, his technique involves using special lenses and cameras to capture images of objects in space that are much sharper and more detailed than those captured by professional telescopes. John re-engineered telescopes and off-the-shelf video cameras to gain an entirely new way to look at the planets. He uses four spectrums-- InfraRed, Night Vision, Thermal, and Ultra Violet. Consequently, he has discovered anomalies on the moon and other planets. 

Through his technique, he filmed the alleged US secret space program (Solar Warden), UFOs, and paranormal activities. His filming style allows him to peer into complete darkness and see things the human eye and civilian telescopes can't. John also claims that several professional astronomers have independently verified his technique. You can see his images by clicking here. 

We'll Back You up! 

Walson's work has gained notoriety in the amateur astronomy community, with some enthusiasts hailing him as a pioneer and others expressing skepticism about his assertions. However, many professionals in the astronomical community doubt his technique. Furthermore, they state that they have not been able to replicate his results.

Walson has provided several examples of his work, which he claims are the result of his technique. These images are impressive, with a level of detail and clarity not typically seen in amateur astrophotography.
As a result, Walson's images include objects such as galaxies, nebulas, and star clusters. These objects are typically challenging to capture in detail due to their distance from Earth and the limitations of amateur equipment.

In addition to his images, Walson has received positive feedback from professional astronomers who have reviewed his work. He has also stated that several professional astronomers have independently verified his technique.

We need the Data

While Walson's images are impressive, there are those who have several reasons to be skeptical of his claims.

First, Walson has yet to publish any scientific papers detailing his technique or providing evidence of its effectiveness. So, in the scientific community, claims are supported by evidence that other researchers can verify. Without such evidence, it is difficult to determine the validity of Walson's claims.

Second, Walson has yet to disclose the specific equipment he uses in his technique. To clarify, this makes it difficult for others to replicate his work or determine the limitations of his technique.

Third, professional astronomers have yet to be able to replicate Walson's results. Consequently, this is a significant issue, as scientific claims must be reproducible by other researchers. Accepting Walson's claims as scientifically valid isn't easy without this reproducibility.

You're not one of Us

Fourth, Walson's claims about his technique are inconsistent with established principles of astronomy and physics. In particular, his claims about the level of detail he is able to capture seem to contradict the limits imposed by the current laws of physics.

Finally, Walson has also claimed to have discovered ancient ruins on Mars. By using his techniques, he has been able to identify structures clearly. See my blog on the CIA and ESP for more detail. Furthermore, John claims to have made contact with extraterrestrial beings. 

The scientific community has been generally skeptical of Walson's claims. While some amateur astronomers have been impressed by his images, professional astronomers continue to state that they cannot replicate his results or verify the effectiveness of his technique. Yet the physical evidence exists. 

You can See it All

As always, I share this information to give you a broader perspective. What do you think we are missing if the human eye can only detect a tiny portion of the electromagnetic spectrum? The answer is almost everything else. Thanks to John and other curious people, we are getting more information that we are not and have never been alone. I think that is worth seeing.


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