posted on Jan, 5 2019 @ 01:56 PM
This does not pass the smell test. First, the actual light streaks across the sky in about 2 seconds. The longer video is simply this two seconds
repeated over and over. Second, somebody just happens to be filming NOTHING outside an office window when a "Sky Chariot" streaks by. Why were they
filming at all? Third, there is absolutely no context here. No information AT ALL on where, when or any other info at all. There is no context here.
Fourth, you have not established that this is external. It could be a reflection that originated inside the room, perhaps on purpose. Fifth, how is it
that several people in the room just happen to be looking outside and exclaiming as the pic is shot? None of this makes any sense. It's suspicious.
But let's throw out these difficulties for a moment and say this was a real sighting. So what do you have? A light in the sky, small, distant, with no
definition. On the Hynek Scale this barely qualifies as a "Daylight Disc" (DE2) because--no disc, no oval, no hovering, nothing metallic. It's a poor
example of this classification, which is one up from "Nocturnal Light (DE1)," the lowest classification on the scale. This is not a "Radar Visual."
(DE3) It's not any kind of "close encounter."
In short, you don't have much. There's nothing to go on. You can't make any conclusions from it. It does not add to our knowledge. It's not very
exciting. And given the problems of its provenance, this is not memorable and will not last past this thread.