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originally posted by: rockpaperhammock
a reply to: draknoir2
you know you got me interested in the guy with that statement so i watched several of his videos....I think the guy is highly talented...he puts out great videos...its just his wacky opinions that can be unsettling however that doesn't take away from the great videos. For example:
One video shows a balloon rising in the atmosphere and exploding...its just a cool as video...nothing that crazy about it...but he goes on to talk about it sprinkling stuff over a city. There is debris for sure which could be speculated on. I don't agree with his opinion on that video but the video is amazing!
It is the same with this...this video is great...the opinions and debates can go many ways. I personally believe its a ship or satellite doing a retrograde burn. That is not that far out there...ships and satellites do it all the time...but you have to admit the video is great and edited very well and he has claimed nothing that amazing...its a unidentified flying object...most likely ours.
originally posted by: October
Your opinion made me chuckle at how shallow some people can be and are so knee jerk in their reaction responding on the forum.
I've chatted to Crow777 before and he isn't a "nutter" as you so eloquently put, his videos are the real deal and he has never claimed that he's filming aliens. If you took the time to do a little research and watch his stuff "All the way through....." I'm talking to you at the back, you'll see he is rather good at what he does.
a reply to: draknoir2
originally posted by: DeadSeraph
a reply to: skyblueworld
Don't speak for the rest of us.
It might be a "UFO" in the sense that it is presently not identified, but there is nothing about the footage that leads one to believe it's an alien space craft.
I have to agree with Jim Oberg here, why is it so hard to find good time stamps with footage like this? We're supposed to believe the youtube channel that is looking for money? How about no.
originally posted by: JimOberg
originally posted by: signalfire
Hmmm, the return of the Chinese ship was Halloween night, this guy says his video was taken November 2, 2014 at 4:55 PM, but good point.......
Dang, why is it so HARD to get simple stuff like a referenceable time hack?
originally posted by: Aliensun
a reply to: signalfire
Since a lot is totally unknown about this clip, I'll stick to a single aspect of the video. Given that the object moves so fast across the face of the Moon, we can assume that it is rather close to Earth and not near the Moon.
It is convenient to speculate that the three points of light are rocket exhausts. At times we can discern three points of light in a triangle formation. That information is telling. A rocket in retro fire as it comes down out of or into orbit from further out in space would more than likely not have three engines. Nor would we expect a returning probe or satellite to be of such a size that a considerable distance would separate the engines so much that they could be individually discerned. Rocket engines are clustered at a far distance they would appear as a solitary source of light. These are not. As rocket exhausts, it must have been a monstrous lifter to get this body into space if it is a conventional vehicle. We must assume, therefore, that it is something unconventional.
The wide spacing of the lights--not exactly from rocket exhausts--are in keeping with the wide spacings of the three bright lights often noted on the underside of the mysterious black triangles. That allows us to further speculate that what was recorded was a triangles coming back to Earth (perhaps from the Moon) with an incredible velocity to be throttled back and we are seeing the typical three bright lights (that evidently power such craft) as it slows its motion.
originally posted by: raymundoko
a reply to: Taggart
I think he is trying to say the guy removed the time stamp from the video. That usually indicates you are trying to be dishonest about when the event happened.
Again, he tracks this fast moving object IMMEDIATELY. So either he tracks objects via sites (VERY COMMON) and he was waiting for this, or he faked it. To be looking through a telescope at the exact time this happens to come by and then be able to track it immediately??? C'MON MAN!
If he does indeed record this HD footage on a regular basis and he wants hard evidence supporting him, why not have a time stamp on the video?
originally posted by: MKMoniker
a reply to: signalfire
Sorry, I vote HOAX:
1) The flare-up that's supposed to be thrusters, neither speeds up nor turns the object, it continues on the same trajectory at the same speed.
2) The flare-up seems to be from the right side of the object, but (again) no change in course or speed is noted.
3) Once past/below the Moon, the thrusters appear to fire from below the craft. Which should push the craft toward the Moon - when the object is actually moving away from the moon.
4) Based on the size of this object as measured against the Moon, it would have to be enormous. And although I'm not physicist or engineer, I doubt it would use "thrusters" for propulsion.