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originally posted by: FlySolo...
Then I would like you to explain to me what camera that was and what location on the shuttle. What direction was the shuttle facing and what was the source of the water. I would like you to explain how you can surmise what speed ice crystals "should" be traveling in order to claim them as such. You should probably also have supporting video evidence of what "normal" ice crystals look like seeing its is common place.
originally posted by: FlySolo
originally posted by: JimOberg
posted this photo of street lights in that neighborhood
You get that from this?
Where's the lamp post? Why is it on an angle?
Yeah I know the link doesn't work. It seems that that site is one of those sites ATS blocks.
But anyway yes they ARE street lights. And if there is a mass sighting of that UFO we would certainly see pictures and videos popping up by now yes?
Several people have suggested the lights are just a reflection of the highway lamps in the windshield. Many have noted the similarity between the highway lamps and the circular lights.
Don't these tv channels have qualified people to check/analyze every video before putting it on the news to see whether it's real or not?
What? You're a long standing member. I expect better than this.
News Distortion. The Commission often receives complaints concerning broadcast journalism, such as allegations that stations have aired inaccurate or one-sided news reports or comments, covered stories inadequately, or overly dramatized the events that they cover. For the reasons noted above, the Commission generally will not intervene in such cases because it would be inconsistent with the First Amendment to replace the journalistic judgment of licensees with our own. However, as public trustees, broadcast licensees may not intentionally distort the news: the FCC has stated that “rigging or slanting the news is a most heinous act against the public interest.” The Commission will investigate a station for news distortion if it receives documented evidence of such rigging or slanting, such as testimony or other documentation, from individuals with direct personal knowledge that a licensee or its management engaged in the intentional falsification of the news. Of particular concern would be evidence of the direction to employees from station management to falsify the news.
originally posted by: Deaf Alien
a reply to: Rainbowresidue
Precisely. If it was really a mass sighting there would be MORE pictures and even AT LEAST ONE video of it.