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originally posted by: 3danimator2014
originally posted by: teslahowitzer
If you take out the strobe...you have my attention, but it looks too much like a navi light. Why would a spaceship need that? Normally I love stuff like this...but Having trouble with this as a ufo....blimp type craft is my guess, but thanks for the post.....keep at it....
Well done for using your brain. There is no reason why a ship from another planet that isnt showing itself to everyone would have flashing lights (or any lights) on the outside of their hull. This BASIC tripping point is glossed over by UFO fanatics.
originally posted by: BASSPLYR
a reply to: Spacespider
What about all the stuff cropped out of that last pic like the industrial facilities light's below it?
"PS - do you really think a professional NBC videographer would take a reflection and call it real?"
Uhh yeah. they know how to operate a camera not much else. Why would they have to be well versed in physics and atmospheric anomalies to be competent at pointing a camera at something when told to do so, take queues on command 50% of the time from the director, and keep objects in focus with a camera ? Could have been a slow night in the area and they wanted some filler.
originally posted by: JRCrowley
originally posted by: Foderalover
If it is extra terrestrial, maybe it is trying to communicate with the lights on the ground ? Got me on this one, I would rule out CGI if it was taken by a news cameraman.
So these aliens aren't the intelligent type, right?
originally posted by: drphilxr
a reply to: OnTheMove
All i got from the original article was "del cerro" neighborhood, looking towards the coronado bridge - you can google map the general sightline. I would also try to tweet to the reporter @LauraAllisonMac to ask her where that camera crew was EXACTLY. She didn't reply with that info to me...yet