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Uploader comment: In the discussion forum under my thread called - How things started with me - I write about a whole series of weird and bizarre events that totally engulfed my life a few years ago. Right back at the start of that period one of the first ‘weird things’ that I noticed was that at times certain shades of blue seemed to ‘look weird’ to me sometimes – sort of as if they were glowing by emitting their own light rather than merely reflecting it. The weird thing I noticed was that it wasn’t constant – some blue objects could look ordinary one minute then seem to glow and then later go back to looking ordinary. I had no idea why that was but after a while I noticed that that ‘phenomenon’ always seemed to precede something weird or bizarre happening. I never knew what to expect, but whenever I saw blue like that it seemed to be saying ‘Pay attention to everything because something weird is about to happen’ Anyway, one day I had MTV on in the background to get some music while I was messing around with something else. At one point my TV lost the incoming signal and the screen went blue but when I looked at it I noticed that it was the glowing shade of blue I just mentioned (obviously the TV screen would have been glowing anyway but this just had that ‘extra dimension’ to it). As an experiment I got my hand phone and took a photo of the TV screen because I wanted to see if that ‘extra blueness’ would show up in a photo, and if so whether the photo would remain the same even after whatever weird phenomena had passed. Almost as soon as I took the photo the signal came back and MTV reappeared on screen but when I looked at the photo I had just taken, rather than being a plain blue screen (glowing blue or otherwise) the screen on the photo was covered with this really strange pattern of spirals. I know that the lines of a TV screen can cause interference patterns which create strange effects on TV (such as when someone wears a jacket with a check pattern on it) so I don’t know whether that was what happened with that photo but since that time I have tried taking photos of similar blue screens many times from many angles but every other photo I ever took just came out normal.

   

 
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Comment icon #3 Posted by Majeure on 29 June, 2013, 4:17
What is on the opposite end of the R.C.A cables that are plugged into The T.V.?
Comment icon #2 Posted by scots_nomad on 29 June, 2013, 4:42
The R.C.A. cables are attached to my Discman (pic was taken back in 2004 before iPods took over the world ;-p). I was staying in a hotel at the time and as I always do when staying in hotels I connected the audio output from the Discman to the TV so I could listen to CDs without having to wear headphones.
Comment icon #1 Posted by Iamme8510 on 29 April, 2014, 22:11
It's just a television. Whether tube, plasma or LCD, all televisions are composed of glass and gases. The lines are break ups of the gases. Since it's a solid, bright color you can see it.


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