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a reply to: 3danimator2014
This would make a fascnimating study for phychologists....the absolute willingness of some people to believe anything.
originally posted by: donktheclown
I couldn't possibly guess what is being viewed. Anyone who states that they know it's this or that, is full of crap. It sure doesn't look like balloons to me. It does however, look like some kind of effed up Betty Boop torso, though.... a reply to: PlanetXisHERE
originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: PlanetXisHERE
Is there any suggestion that the uploader has done any work to identify these objects? None of his comments make any reference to weather services. The descriptions say his videos are taken in Redland and Miami, Florida. There are weather services in Miami that use balloons and he seems to have decided that his footage is absolutely not balloons.
Here's one that looks exactly like the one Gortex pointed out...minus the effects.
If he's adamant that his video isn't a balloon, it really doesn't help him as there's no good reason to say otherwise. It's obviously a balloon!
One of the videos is interesting imo. It looks like a crumpled balloon, but still odd. The downside of this is that the uploader doesn't make identification easy because they've made their mind up already. Scientists use different types of balloons and they come in different sizes too. Some of them do crumple and others have been seen to burst at high altitude. Many a balloon has been mistaken for a UFO going back to the late 1940s. Likewise, many a decent UFO sighting report was explained away by writing 'probable balloon' in the cards of Projects Grudge and Blue Book.
In this case, I genuinely think he's filming balloons and either prefers not to admit it or is reluctant to accept the facts.
Weather balloon bursting. One characteristic that differentiate anomalies from mundane objects as balloons is that anomalies usually have variable brightness with frequent sudden glowings and of course anomalies do not burst.
originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
These are clearly balloons. It seems like the alien/UFO folks here are really scraping the bottom of the barrel lately..
originally posted by: beercan
a reply to: PlanetXisHERE
Have you been to a club or whatever and you find that 20 feet away from you stands a beautiful girl?
When you get to about 2 feet you notice she's not at all what you saw 18 feet back?
That's what this is.
It could be an experiment, we can make it into an experiment.
Something like how many BS videos of obvious balloons and blue birds can we upload to ATS every day?
originally posted by: AlexJowls
Even if these were images of real, non Earth emanating U.F.O.'s, it would matter not because no hard, irrefutable evidence would ever be permitted to leak to the public. Obscure images, in-motion or otherwise, amount to little more than mostly lowbrow, entertainment fodder.
The hit, somewhat corny 90's conspiracy drama series, The X-Files, should have conditioned people in the notion of "deny everything"...