The Portal Effect is called Dispersion. Just like the Ink Blot Debonk the First Day. Also .. Satellite Video anybody?

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There are differences in the dispersion effect of the portal. This dispersion effect is a fluid dynamics concept called Dispersion mass transfer: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dispersive_mass_transfer. You can have very similar effects depending on the environment.

https://i.imgur.com/itvhVwF.png

This is just a rehash of the first attempt to debunk the portal.

https://www.reddit.com/r/UFOs/comments/15l2t8f/portal_on_the_thermal_plane_video_is_an_ink_blot/

Same non-sense. Finding a similar pattern of Dispersion is not surprising. I agree it’s similar, but that shouldn’t be surprising. I’m personally fascinated that it mocks an almost perfect example of Dispersive Mass Transfer.

Also how the hell does anybody know what hypothetical wormhole/gravity/space/time event would look like on classified FLIR? Probably not even the military. This also doesn’t take into account the optical overload from the Satellite footage. These videos can’t be debunked unless they are debunked together.

I want to find a smoking gun one way or another too, but I’m not sure this is it.

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