posted on Jun, 20 2014 @ 07:05 PM
One thing I did attempt to do is pinpoint the center of the light, which may give an indication or where it is emanating from. If you pause the video
at about 17 seconds and look on the side of that small red tower atop the main building, there is a mirror-looking object, although it could be a
light as well. I say mirror-like because it is sort of shiny in the daylight. I think that is where it is emitting from. I also think that it does not
appear to be quite in the middle of the light source because of the camera angle, as to the left of the building is where it is likely facing. This
light was not on the previous night, but seems to be something they turn on when needed.
Another thing that alludes to this are the "escaping" vehicles. They likely illuminated the area as much as possible to aid the drivers of these
vehicles. So they flipped on some lights that are not always on. It makes sense to me that they would wish to conserve as much power as possible in
such a remote location, and what is the point of turning on a large light that consumes more power than the smaller lights when the smaller lights
will do? They likely are not doing too much outside during the night when they can help it. That is what I think is going on anyway. Someone mentioned
that as the light stays on for a longer period it appears to grow a bit more intense, and this very well might be the case. Or maybe it is variable,
meaning they can adjust the brightness. We are not talking about some house on the block here, but a remote location, a capability like that would not
seem unusual to me.