"...you know the team is going to plant stuff in those movies just to prove me wrong now..."
Very nice senseless paranoia of the governing body which is this scientific team. However, I doubt that sombody at Berkely is reading this and thinking, "How can I stick it to the moon today?" Your spirit of rebelion against government is good, however ill placed. You should try focusing it toward the U.S government, and start a revolution. Opps got off topic with my delusions of revolution.
Anywho...it is good to see that the small tracks seen are not yet being counted out as potential tracks.
"Movie 714410V1 is an example of multiple tiny black dots below the aerogel surface. They are incredibly subtle, but many of you are finding them.
We think they are probably inclusions in the aerogel (from the manufacturing process), partly because they are so numerous, and partly because they look like particles, and not like tracks made by particles. They are less likely candidates to be interstellar, but intriguing nontheless. We have logged the coordinates for a number of these black dots and we will continue trying to verify their origin. "
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... .php?t=879
Until they can verify the origin, I will continue to click on these, as when in a scientific atmosphere we must comfront new ideas with an open, and yet scrutinizing mind.