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So, what do you all think? :-)
originally posted by: continuousThunder
okay so if it's LED balloons tethered somehow
how do they shift between those two formations that they hold reasonably well for so long?
not saying it has to be aliens
but i just can't think of a way for that to work
not without some serious effort
in which case you would think they might have gotten some more impressive lights idk
originally posted by: Akragon
a reply to: Springer
Very cool springer...
i've seen videos like this before... never heard a good explanation though
Good that the camera man keeps the building in frame for a point of reference
Anyone care to explain why an alien species with intergalactic space travel technology therefore highly intelligent, wish to travel however many light years just to hover in the sky and play "blinky lights" with us when they're not abducting rednecks and studying our anuses?
I'm going to go out on a limb but it's possible it could have been a blimp. The Panthers game was on Sunday and I know the blimps are around when they play here in Charlotte. I could be wrong though.
originally posted by: Phage
originally posted by: Ectoplasm8
I've never heard of LED balloon lights on a string until I saw that video. It has no connected structure because each light is moving independant of each other. Blinking LED balloons with three modes of flashing are easily had.
"Balloon Lites have an ultra bright LED with three modes: Slow Blink, Fast Blink, or Constant On."
Another vote for blinking balloon LEDs.