I came across this video this morning and while I am not convinced I thought it was atleast interesting enough to warrant some discussion, even if to
just get away from the Trump threads
Firstly, apologies for the title. It is the title of the video and is definitely "click baity", surely an object the size of Jupiter would have some
severe gravitational consequences for the inner solar system. Unless of coarse we are dealing with some sort of zero mass, anti grav ship.
Ignore the 3 objects, it is in fact one but the object is moving so quick its caught across frame.
This is a better shot:
Now like me, your first though will likely be, space dusk, bit of ice maybe. Well, again I thought that too until these frames.
Notice how the object seem to go into the sun, rather than just behind the protector.
Now this next frame is the one that really stumped me, upon its exit the right hand side of the Sun brightens, as if it is reacting to the object.
So what say you ATS, Alien megacraft? Spacebased biological entity? Dust? or bored OP off work sick reading too much into it?
Again.. ANY video that adds spooky music and an intro automatically stinks of BS..
Whoever got this footage doesn't understand physics number one--the speed that would have been moving IF it was a Jupiter sized object would be moving
WAY fast. and number two- you don't watch the SDO and other solar monitoring satellites like SOHO much do ya, video maker?
People post videos when SDO does a stabilization maneuver sometimes, and they say 'aliens' are interfering with it.. I don't bother watching, as the
title alone makes my eyes roll so hard, (IF I had eyes--see avatar) I get floaters in my eyes.. lol...
edit on 2/16/2017 by Pharyax because:
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Interesting video, op. I would agree with Chadwickus saying it's debris, but it certainly looks like it's bouncing off of the sun, and the reaction by
the sun on that very frame would be a huge coincidence. It'd be great if the video provided some verifiable source, otherwise it could simply be made
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