posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 07:02 AM
First two videos: Could be absolutely anything.
All they show is a blurry object of light. Could be the moon, could be the sun. Both are out of focus and overwhelming the camera, with no other
object reference than the horizon....which moves up and he moves the camera.
Third video: He's showing the moon.
And: we have no idea what time it is or the date (he showed his watch to the camera....yah? Big deal. anyone can set their watch to any time and show
it to the camera). Nor do we have any idea what direction he's looking at the moon at, nor do we have his exact Lat and Long while videoing the moon.
There are literally hundreds of MILLIONS of amature astronomers around the world (both northern and southern hemispheres) that would explode with
reports of a bright celestial object in the sky that isn't the sun or moon.
There are BILLIONS of people on our planet. There would not be any hiding something that bright in the sky..
If the sun has a companion star, it is most likely very small, very dim, and very, very far away....but so far surveys of the sky over many decades
has yet to reveal a companion star.
There might be a large 9th planet, lurking outside the Kuiper Belt that we have not spotted yet. But it's orbit would keep it well outside of the
inner part of the solar system, because if it did have a highly eccentric orbit, bringing it close in to us, all the orbits of the inner planets would
end up eccentric also (they are not), and there is no "fixing" that. Earth would end up in a Deep Freeze / Boil The Oceans orbit. And we don't have
If there were an object that massive on the edge of the solar system that is that bright, it would be seen by literally billions of people....even if
it were directly above the north pole, or directly above the south pole. In either case, it would still be visible to everyone in each hemisphere.
It also would mean that it's bigger than our sun (who's diameter is about 880,000 miles wide)......you can't hide something like that.
No mater how many times a person on YouTube says "There is no denying this now folks. Time to believe.".
Amazing how ignorant people think others are when they post thing on YouTube. But then they do get people to click on their videos and drink the
Last, but not least: He states in the first video where he is, what time it is, and the date (the UK, 15th August at 10:45pm)....guess what was
setting at that time on the horizon?
The moon. A Waxing Gibbous moon (almost full), and very bright.