posted on Jan, 11 2019 @ 02:46 AM
a reply to: mash3d
It also phases out and disappears when it gets close to the object, so ya I would say scale and size is not really an issue just as speed and sound
are not really an issue here. But whatever, the question being how can one tell when something is real if its on video?
I don't think many believe its real. But a good question, I think most people only believe videos and consider them real if they come from credible
sources, its why every few months you have threads started from people about the government or NASA finally leaking.
You know what I forget the word they use, something about revelation. But no that's a bible thing. Brain fart I suppose but every few months there is
a thread about how finally there is some sort of proof that will be released that proves that UFOS exist.
So really there waiting for others to tell them what it is that they want to exist. A classic symptom of human psychology. Wanting for a higher power
in this case the government to validate somethings existence, which olso happens to be of a higher power.
But ya! Whatever that may be. And considering that the only thing they have to go on on what a UFO is, are but the things they seen on the TV in
movies, and the theories of random people, or what is put in front of them.
Ya, just what is real. A question that at one time only a few were allowed to ponder on. I personally am not to sure that the masses should be
pondering such a thing. UFOS a question and phenomenon that only a unlucky few are able to pick up on. From faeries to gods, to bearded men in the
sky, to floating discs in the sky, a phenomenon for every age in every age.
If you have never seen anything like this before how would even be able to tell it was real?
You wouldn't be ale to tell it is real.
But hey maybe its a CGI bug which, blended with a smudge on the camera lens in the foreground, making it appear that its actually flying toward at
those speeds hoax.
As good a answer as any.