a reply to: chunder
I'm not grasping for anything, I'm looking at what evidence there is. You can just look at the object as much as you like but if you
disregard the actual data then I suppose it doesn't matter if it was moving at 1000mph, it's a balloon.
Your personal interpretation
of the data evidence, supersedes the visual evidence. The unusual data you're talking about is this "plummet"
of altitude? Do you actually see that plummet? If not, you have to question the accuracy of the data shown. The assumption that the object is
traveling at high speed? Do you factor in distance, perspective, and the movement of the helicopter relative to the rotating camera? You seem to start
off with a bias that this is an unusual object and work backwards to prove that it's not. In turn, grasping at things that support this.
Even though you admitted the tumbling points to this being an object carried by the wind, you still refuse to accept the common answer and want to
stay on this same course of 'unusual'. You do this by saying we have no clue how a propulsion system might work on an alien craft. You've created a
100% fantasy based situation, to support your own argument. I could say it's a group of four fairies traveling in their interconnected balloon pods
and heading for a day at the beach, but they lose control and crash into the sea. Okay, now prove it's not. Argument from ignorance.
It moves at a steady height for the bulk of the video - see post above and watch the targets altitude.
First, you can't accurately rely on the movement of the cursor for height when it can't stay steady on the object and doesn't stay locked. Towards
the end it does become better. Nevertheless, using your own interpretation of the values on the screen, it still shows the object is clearly dropping
consistently and steadily:
Notice in the screen grabs below, movement from right to left, that the cloud banks/reflections (area with white pointers in both frames) doesn't
drop in altitude relative to the movement of the camera in the next frame. The height reading of the object (circled in yellow) does show
drop of 100 feet in altitude between frame 1 and 2 though. Although this altitude difference of the object isn't visually represented in the screen
grabs, it is on the screen data. These frames are milliseconds apart and the level of the object is consistently downward on the same path as with the
screen grabs above. The height readings continue to drop from 31 feet down to 0. This sudden drop in the height data shown, could be because of a
misreading as the object goes behind cloud cover, or some other reason such as topography. The object clearly does not instantaneously drop 100 feet,
if this is the plummet you're speaking of:
If you ignore the data to provide a common answer then no UFO's exist,
they can all be explained away.
I'm speaking on this one particular case.
If you give a realistic possibility of this being an alien craft, one of two things have been established-
A) A precedence has already been set, where at some point in the decades of this phenomenon, we have had 100% absolute proof and evidence that alien
craft are visiting Earth and flying in our atmosphere.
B) The object in this video, in itself, shows details of an unexplainable craft, performing unexplainable movements.
Answer to A- There has been zero absolute evidence that alien craft are in our atmosphere.
Answer to B- We can see no obvious structure of the object and the movements are not out of the bounds of Earthly explanations.
The default answer will always be
Earthly until we have that absolute proof and evidence of alien visitation. Then
you can realistically
suggest this may be an alien craft.
Another answer is a human created drone. If it is a drone, it was tumbling out of control and vanished into the sea.
The most likely answer is balloons. We have an object floating on a wind current while randomly spinning and tumbling through the air, coming apart
with both pieces continuing to float off until they fall uneventfully into the sea.