posted on Aug, 2 2016 @ 11:23 AM
I can't say I have absolute proof that this is fake, but a couple of things raised a red flag for me which casts huge doubts for me on its
First of all, the camera is pointed in one direction seemingly awaiting the arrival of this object from the left of the frame. That makes me wonder
why someone would begin filming while awaiting the object to come into view, rather than including the object at the beginning of the video, then
following it as it moves.
Secondly, and sort of related to the first point, the object seems to "perform" for the camera, doing it's thing by exploding near the middle of the
frame without requiring the videographer to pan the camera at all.
I mean, lucky for the videographer that they didn't need to move the camera at all, allowing this object to fly into frame and then blow up.
Thirdly, the shockwave (which when we hear it, seems to have come along too soon -- unless the object was very very close) should have caused the
trees to move.
Like I said, that isn't "proof" that this is a fake video, but that certainly makes it seem fake to me.
edit on 2016-8-2 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)