posted on Aug, 26 2015 @ 04:03 PM
originally posted by: CallmeRaskolnikov
seems to have a kind of holographic glow around it at times. i wonder if it's something being projected into the sky project blue beam style.
also seems to just have one leg which i think would rule out the Michelin man balloon. thought it is kinda bulbous and puffy looking.
I noticed the glow as well, though it could be some kind of reflection/whatever
originally posted by: network dude
it's convenient that there were high res cameras on tripods for this impromptu event.
Why that almost never happens......
I'm a skeptic too, however;
It's so funny to me how this argument is almost completely useless yet it's used by "debunkers" at every turn, either it's "if this was real I'm
sure more people would have seen it and we'd have more than one blurry picture
", and if a group of people with professional cameras and telescopes
actually do catch something, it's "how convenient there was a group of people to see it and take pics
Seriously? What are you suggesting, they created whatever they're filming just for the heck of it? I had a look at some other clips of them and
apparently they get together specifically to spot UFO's. As far as I'm concerned, there's nothing strange about that. Do you accuse wildlife spotters
of organizing the events they capture too?
a reply to: smurfy
Because I have no idea what an astronaut balloon looks like yet I'm also not one to go "ALIENS" at every picture of a UFO, so I went with some of the
more common explanations as to make it clear I'm considering all options. Also, I found this clip on reddit with only 2 comments underneath it and
both lacked insight, so I figured the ATS crowd could get me some better info, such as the Michelin man which I completely overlooked (I'm from Europe
and the only time I remember the Michelin man as a big inflatable is from Ghostbusters)
edit on 26-8-2015 by HalfLeaf because: (no reason