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Mass Sighting Huge UFO Houston, TX

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posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 10:07 AM
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a reply to: ManBehindTheMask

So wait a minute, then secure team was sending these hoax videos to the news? I thought there were people all over Houston that witnessed this?




posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 11:38 AM
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Although I am a UFO believer, the mostly likely explanation is ball lightning. Real UFOs, "theirs" included, are vulnerable to severe weather and avoid it always. The ring of lights does not conform to any known UFO type. I do not believe this is a hoax, but rather, an unusual but natural phenomena.



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 11:50 AM
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originally posted by: JediMindTrek
a reply to: ManBehindTheMask

So wait a minute, then secure team was sending these hoax videos to the news? I thought there were people all over Houston that witnessed this?


I dont see how this couldnt be a possibility there are only a few pieces of media on this and they are all products of secureteam from what I have gathered......

They look doctored...........i mean look at them they look like the exact same thign as in another video in another part of the world.....

its also been proven that secureteam are known hoaxers.........



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 11:51 AM
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a reply to: Deaf Alien




Better than what? It doesn't take much to figure it out.


It doesn't take much to say anything you want. Why not just say it's the flying spaghetti monster?




We should see more pictures and videos of this UFO. Correct?


There already is more than one picture and one video. How many do you want?



The lights on lamp posts and the UFOs are same. Correct?


Same and similar have two different meanings



Now it's on you to explain that those UFOs are not reflections from street lights.


That's not how burden of proof works. You made the claim it is, so you have to prove it, not me. All I have to do is shoot it down

1. You provided a link to an article while making the claim it was debunked. I quote from you:


Debunked sorry to say

Then I found the article and it made no such claim. Just a two sentence suggestion. You're either extremely lazy, you are confused about what classifies as "debunked" or you're being disingenuous.

2. You say you can count the bulbs in this picture:

Really? It is impossible to count the bulbs where the light intensity bleeds into the left and right edges. You can only make out three distinct lights on each side which don't bleed into each other. I suppose you could do the math and say 3x4 but all that gives you is a similarity and a guess.

3. If a street light reflection can create a news story, then one would expect a news story every day.

4. Another "reflection" in a three picture collage. Is this the same area as the street light? Are people seeing the same street light or for some reason that night everyone went stupid with multiple street lights? Why do street light reflections have differing angles?




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posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 12:24 PM
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a reply to: FlySolo

Are these pictures at the bottom real? It looks too good to be true and how about more than one picture frame, like from a different angle.

The only source: Secureteam, there are some hoaxers who try hard and will make you believe they are not hoaxing but they are... or they spread someone who did that deliberately.



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 12:35 PM
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a reply to: CollisioN

I'm pulling these images from other sites that have posted twitter feeds. I have't visited secureteam at all. I will now just to make my own opinion...

eta: oh I see, secureteam10, the YT shtick. They don't even have a website, at least not that I can find. The only thing close is 2012thebigpicture.wordpress.com... and there isn't even a word there about the Houston UFO.
Don't they specialize in videos anyway? All of these images are from other people.

I forgot to address this question



how about more than one picture frame, like from a different angle.


You've got different angles from different perspectives from different areas from different people. Is that not enough?
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posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 01:03 PM
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a reply to: JediMindTrek

I live not too far from Houston and work about twenty miles away which is even closer to Houston. That same night around 8:30 p.m. I went out to smoke a cigarette and watched the massive storm release lightning across the sky. I did at one point thought that when the lightning struck I saw something in the sky, but wasn't entirely sure. I am wondering if I did in fact see something after seeing this article. Makes me wonder if it was the one and the same.



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 02:12 PM
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a reply to: JediMindTrek

Seriously, if this has anything to do with Secureteam stay well clear of it. I got fooled by them once but caught onto them shortly after. Every new youtube exclusive they churn out is without question a flat out hoax, a bare faced lie and they are putting them out so they can get hits on their channel. I've called them out three times with the drivel they peddle and instead of manning up and responding they delete any negative comments.

I hands down believe in aliens and ufo's and think that in the next twenty years or so something big is going to happen that will change everything, but you won't find any disclosure from the shills at Secureteam.



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 03:14 PM
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I certainly wouldn't be surprised if this was a hoax- but I've noticed more strange stuff around freak storms this year than ever before, like the deadly electrical storm in LA/ Venice Beach late last month, and that storm in Chicago where the Sears Tower was struck three times in like, 10 seconds.

I don't rule out extraterrestrial phenomena, but if i had to cast lots, I would suspect HAARP/DARPA shenanigans, possibly working on weaponized weather technology that would not be essentially chemical or biological. I'f that's the case, I'd reckon that the UFO (unmanned?) somehow causes the electrical storms, or could encourage storms to discharge with some degree of control.

But who knows... shout out to the ball lightning theory too, and any others y'all could imagine



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 03:30 PM
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The description of the lightning storm sounds eerily familiar to War Of The Worlds...



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 05:48 PM
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The street lights are much lower than the objects shown here



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 05:59 PM
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originally posted by: tAcAnAvAn
I certainly wouldn't be surprised if this was a hoax- but I've noticed more strange stuff around freak storms this year than ever before, like the deadly electrical storm in LA/ Venice Beach late last month, and that storm in Chicago where the Sears Tower was struck three times in like, 10 seconds.

I don't rule out extraterrestrial phenomena, but if i had to cast lots, I would suspect HAARP/DARPA shenanigans, possibly working on weaponized weather technology that would not be essentially chemical or biological. I'f that's the case, I'd reckon that the UFO (unmanned?) somehow causes the electrical storms, or could encourage storms to discharge with some degree of control.

But who knows... shout out to the ball lightning theory too, and any others y'all could imagine


This is exactly what I was thinking: Man-made craft causing storms. Thanks for saving me time in typing it out.



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 06:17 PM
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Saw that.
Seems it was photographed by several different people from multiple angles.
Could be the real thing.

Some have complained that the images are not crisp and clear enough. Others have complained that they are too good to be real.

For me, they look about the same as what my smartphone would take - better than anything my iPad ever snapped and about what my iPhone would do. Unfortunately, 50Megapixel smartphones with telephoto lenses are a few years off still...

Entertaining, in any event.



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posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 06:31 PM
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Not the space-ship sort of UFO, unless it's being used like an eye.

I've perceived a phenomenon like that before without a storm but never during a storm. That's ionized air affecting the field into making it visible, and those points of light with a center point are similar to a radar or quantum/cloud computing phenomenon, or a gate of a field in time. The fact that it's physical says it may be a magnetic phenomenon related to a big computer. Searching for quantum computing, there is the Rice Quantum Institute.

So going with the it's a computer idea, judging from the diameter, and the height/amplitude, and the points (12, like a clock, how typical), and the angle, add the duration, and the time of day... it means, hey look a computer in the sky! A computer cloud! Don't touch it, you might learn something about their data storage, if a plane goes through it something might blurp. Thank goodness that giant storm cloud was there otherwise planes might get hurt! Probably the negative ground waves going through the land that leap from the air and hit the clouds rippled through the machine they were playing with, stretched the location of the data net for a bit. (note to self, artificial telepathy brain implants need better shielding from the phosphorus based quantum chips in there, maybe a styrofoam pyramid on top of the tinfoil hat*). See, I was wondering why the pattern of light was that similar to the element of Calcium. Calcium and phosphorus, teeth and soda pop, are not friends. It's effervescing in the wet air.

(For the geeks in that college I mentioned, because I have more words than brains, don't do Phosphorus. Too incendiary. Cousin of sulphur, you don't want to open a gateway to devil-city evil aliens. Keep that for batteries, not thinkings. Maybe some cobalt, some herbert smithtite, one of those green crystal ones, Peridot or green fluorite or something? Ideally, if you could have your computer hovering in a quantum locked higgs boson sort of force field this prevents stretch from atmospheric phenomena, but at the same time if you get too close to that event horizon some of your students would disappear and go missing...)

Here is a page related to the ring phenomenon: 9 Facts About Quantum Computing That Will Melt Your Mind from The Houston Chronicle.
Here is another page with pictures that make you go, oh, it makes more sense: Quantum Computing Chips are now a Reality by Connected Internet.

Qomputers.

So there is a quantum tunneling leak in that storm. There's a picture of some guy standing next to a column of a computer? It needs more shielding, I prefer granite dropa stone sized barriers.

The circles, naturally speaking, are associated with groups of enlightened/benevolent beings, like Christian churches. I've seen a big circle like that over a church before, and it extended for miles around this for-real giant white cross on a hill at a church on the east coast. Think of a string of pearls, swirling around, destroying dark energy and keeping the good energy of a place, like a hedge as some people call it. Also, there can be dark circles, that depress a locality.

An alternate idea is that those bubbles in the sky things exist all over the place in subspace levels all around the earth, (like packing bubbles) and in subspace, when one of those bubbles disappears, a ufo craft and driver comes around to put it in place again, otherwise the veil of the illusion of the world disappears.

*disclaimer: I don't actually have a tinfoil hat. Or the implant things.
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posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 10:23 PM
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This was filmed in Brazil in 2009

It looks like someone could have cut and pasted this into their photograph.

It looks very very similar to the one seen in Houston or alleged to been seen.



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 10:52 PM
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originally posted by: AtomicOrbital1
Not the space-ship sort of UFO, unless it's being used like an eye.

I've perceived a phenomenon like that before without a storm but never during a storm. That's ionized air affecting the field into making it visible, and those points of light with a center point are similar to a radar or quantum/cloud computing phenomenon, or a gate of a field in time. The fact that it's physical says it may be a magnetic phenomenon related to a big computer. Searching for quantum computing, there is the Rice Quantum Institute.

So going with the it's a computer idea, judging from the diameter, and the height/amplitude, and the points (12, like a clock, how typical), and the angle, add the duration, and the time of day... it means, hey look a computer in the sky! A computer cloud! Don't touch it, you might learn something about their data storage, if a plane goes through it something might blurp. Thank goodness that giant storm cloud was there otherwise planes might get hurt! Probably the negative ground waves going through the land that leap from the air and hit the clouds rippled through the machine they were playing with, stretched the location of the data net for a bit. (note to self, artificial telepathy brain implants need better shielding from the phosphorus based quantum chips in there, maybe a styrofoam pyramid on top of the tinfoil hat*). See, I was wondering why the pattern of light was that similar to the element of Calcium. Calcium and phosphorus, teeth and soda pop, are not friends. It's effervescing in the wet air.

(For the geeks in that college I mentioned, because I have more words than brains, don't do Phosphorus. Too incendiary. Cousin of sulphur, you don't want to open a gateway to devil-city evil aliens. Keep that for batteries, not thinkings. Maybe some cobalt, some herbert smithtite, one of those green crystal ones, Peridot or green fluorite or something? Ideally, if you could have your computer hovering in a quantum locked higgs boson sort of force field this prevents stretch from atmospheric phenomena, but at the same time if you get too close to that event horizon some of your students would disappear and go missing...)

Here is a page related to the ring phenomenon: 9 Facts About Quantum Computing That Will Melt Your Mind from The Houston Chronicle.
Here is another page with pictures that make you go, oh, it makes more sense: Quantum Computing Chips are now a Reality by Connected Internet.

Qomputers.

So there is a quantum tunneling leak in that storm. There's a picture of some guy standing next to a column of a computer? It needs more shielding, I prefer granite dropa stone sized barriers.

The circles, naturally speaking, are associated with groups of enlightened/benevolent beings, like Christian churches. I've seen a big circle like that over a church before, and it extended for miles around this for-real giant white cross on a hill at a church on the east coast. Think of a string of pearls, swirling around, destroying dark energy and keeping the good energy of a place, like a hedge as some people call it. Also, there can be dark circles, that depress a locality.

An alternate idea is that those bubbles in the sky things exist all over the place in subspace levels all around the earth, (like packing bubbles) and in subspace, when one of those bubbles disappears, a ufo craft and driver comes around to put it in place again, otherwise the veil of the illusion of the world disappears.

*disclaimer: I don't actually have a tinfoil hat. Or the implant things.


Yeah, you sound like a grad from Rice University or someone that got kicked out. My ex-boyfriend is a Prof. there and his family founded it. I left him, total whacko. You guys don't know that doing certain things to the whole world to check an experiment is not a good idea. And as outlandish as your post was it actually sounds like something they would do to "go for it". I notice that the location of the sighting is not over West Gray Blvd or Rice Village, lol.

STM



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 11:02 PM
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a reply to: FlySolo

Hmm you don't say..



posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 11:24 PM
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I can only add that I have spent 39 of my 52 years in and around the greater Houston area ( 40 miles north of downtown during the night in question) and that evening I spent about an hour watching this extraordinarily active electrical display and debating with myself whether or not it was the most intense I had ever seen.

In the end, I decided it was...at times it felt biblical.

There were multiple cloud to cloud flashes above a layer of low clouds as well as numerous cloud to ground flashes from several distinct storms in the area.

There were many times that the sky stayed constantly illuminated by multiple flashes for 30 seconds or more. In fact, there was a 20 minute period where the sky was lit by lightning flashes much more than it was unlit.

I've always worked outdoors and I've experienced a lot of gulf coast storms and this really was a freakish and "wicked" display with very little rain and no wind and a minimum of thunder.

If a ufo could benefit form an extraordinary lightening display... that would've been the one



posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 01:50 AM
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originally posted by: Staroth
The street lights are much lower than the objects shown here


Well do you want to explain this one although the lines give a clue



Flares and internal reflections if you do a lot of photography you see these things often.



posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 04:27 AM
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Hell with "ufos" I want to see the lightning videos




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