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CHECK OUT THE BIG FLASH AT 4:05 IN THE GEYSER ON LEFT OF SCREEN!This was insane! There are places steaming I have never seen steam before....and also note that the bright ground is back. There are no shadows, so it is not from above! As you know the cameras were froze up last night, so we could not see what was going ....or so we thought LOL...I found a way. Somehow (don't ask me how), the Geyser Observation Study site was able to capture the ENTIRE night with NO freeze ups and cutting in and out....how is THAT? Anyway, I got it and slowed it down so you can see better. Old Faithful had weird seismos last night, and was going off constantly. People mention the time lapse...yes it is because it is from GOSA and they do 12 hour time lapse recordings. If I put real time it would be too long in order to show everything I want to show.
originally posted by: IAMNOTYOU
a reply to: odzeandennz
Guess you didnt catch that mysterious UFO around 3:28-3:30 into the video? dont you find it a little bit strange that a bright light flashes just moments later? It looked just like some sort of beam coming from the ufo, properly to set off a massive quake that will wake us all up, just in time for the end times!!
Sorry OP, thats the best explanation i can come up with, but thanks for sharing the video
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: onehuman
A momentary and very small break in the clouds, during a period where the rest of the shot is so dark for so long, that the time lapse and the contrasting lighting, creates a flash effect which in real time would have seemed pretty but much less confusing and mysterious.
originally posted by: DAVID64
a reply to: Mianeye
You can see the shadows of the clouds so, this is a day time shot and it can't be headlights. It may be gases igniting, but I don't know what the ignition source would be, unless it was just a "belch" of flame. Which presents a whole new set of problems.
originally posted by: Imagewerx
I'm there in about 6 weeks so will keep my eyes open for any unusual lights.I was about to say the flash was less than half a second in duration,so couldn't be moonlight through a break in the clouds.Then the blond moment passed and I realised that it was speeded up about 50 times from the timer on the right,so in real time was still only about 7 or 8 seconds.
They can give off flammable gases such as hydrogen and methane but what can make it spontaneously ignite like that for such a short time?