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originally posted by: Iridomyrmex
At about 42 minutes in Tom declares his belief that this video:
That is all, folks.
DeLonge’s presentation for his new company featured a video which appeared to show a triangular craft (at 34 minutes 36 seconds, link below). This appears to one of DeLonge’s favourite videos, since he took time out of his recent podcast interview with Joe Rogan to search for it online.
During the interview, DeLonge talks about being able to show a craft using “the power behind the atom” (at about 40 minutes 10 seconds into the interview, link below). He plays the video below (at 41 minutes 58 craft). He says this is the craft in his book. He talks about this video being “leaked on purpose” and that the craft is “pretty big”. He says it is “not alien per se” but built off technology “that came from there”. The interviewer says this looks “so fake” (at 43 minutes 3 seconds). DeLonge’s response is that you can find more videos on Youtube.
I wrote about the relevant video of a triangular craft back in 2009, after someone in England had claimed to have taken the video in Dudley – but one of the problems with that story was it had circulated the year before as being taken over Paris.
So, which story does DeLonge believe? Or does he believe that the same footage (including the buildings…) was taken over two different countries? At least one of the stories associated with the video is a hoax. Why not both?
Most of the people that commented on the video in 2008 and again in 2009 thought it was a fairly transparently CGI, i.e. Computer Generated Imagery, and posted reasons for that conclusion (see links below). Those reasons were not mentioned by DeLonge when talking about this video, nor indeed was the existence of CGI when he referred to videos on Youtube.
Unfortunately, Delonge’s discussion of this video simply does not address the possibility of any hoax, even when the interviewer expressly raises this.
originally posted by: PistolPete
Prior to this podcast my only real knowledge of this whole saga can be summed up as, "the guy from blink-182 is into UFO's now". With that being said...
Tom Delonge is full of #! "I can't tell you anything I know or how I know it, but please buy some shares - were gonna make some movies!!" He sounds like a televangelist.
I watch these on youtube and Joe was sooo uncomfortable. I've seen hundreds of these and very rarely has Joe been so obviously uncomfortable and sceptical.