posted on Jan, 16 2016 @ 03:14 AM
I thoroughly expected to come back here to find the majority of comments centering on this being a bug or bird. Doesn't surprise me in the least. At
least it was improvement from the last big accusation of CGI. lol
Too bad people don't get that I would never post a video if I thought it was a bug or bird, but I guess I have to explain this.
What is even more disappointing is that if ATS is the premeire site around all this, where are the people on the forum who know how to "ask questions"
to investigate? Where are the ones who take this seriously?
I said I want to get this video further analyzed. You mean there are NO people at ATS who can recommend software to get this analyzed? Really? It
appears like people would rather fall all over each other to peg a bird, bug or photoshop than discuss anything. That's not only off topic, its just
flat LAAAAAAAZY. I don't get it.
1. A bug or bird deploys wings. You would more than be able to see wings in this clip if it were a bug or bird. I don't see that.
2. There is white spot on the top of the object that turns to red, then amber-ish. What bug or bird has a spot that changes color as it darts
through the air while not flapping?
3. If I had not seen numerous ufo captures that look very much the same, I would not give it a second thought, but it looks like several other
captures I've seen over the years. It looks the same, AND there's a spot that changes color on top. Those photos I saw in comparison were not bugs
or birds...they were photos that had been analyzed as being real.
4. Yes, Virginia...there is such thing as chemtrails.
All this to say, I posted this because I'm certain its not a bug or bird. IF one can find a bug or bird that looks like a pod and changes colors
while flying with no wings, please post the link to the webpage accordingly. I want to see what species that is!
I would still love to hear if anyone knows of better software or hardware for that matter, that I can analyze this with further. I want to learn
more about the whole process, so if anyone here has something intelligent to add about that, I'd appreciate it.
Is there someone here at ATS that can do that? That'd be awesome!