posted on Jun, 5 2019 @ 10:15 PM
originally posted by: fleabit
Skydivers clearly, not flares.
If ever in doubt, if the things proceed only down, not up, and the formation actually makes it to the ground.. yea, skydivers or flares almost
certainly. What gets me is the narrator who gravely speaks of the event, but doesn't mention a thing about skydivers (or flares). The dude sounds like
he breaks down UFO videos.. and yet doesn't mention what the most obvious explanation probably is? Hmm.
Yeah, I made the video. (Not a monetized channel in any way.)
I did change the title to mention that it might be skydivers.
But at first, it was the seeming anti-gravity display that had really convinced me that it was something unusual. The lights seem to freeze in place
for a minute.
(Although I have to acknowledge that it could be an illusion, from the huge distance, and from the skydivers descending as slowly as possible.)
The lights also seem huge, as they're a few miles away, but again, we can blame it on optical illusion too, apparently. I would not have expected
distant skydivers to look like huge lights, but there it is. (I guess the darkness exaggerates their brightness and size.)
Other aspects that seem convincing of it being mysterious, is the original group of people seeming so surprised and excited and confused about it,
despite presumably living there, it was not a common or explainable sight to them.
However, it's the consensus that it's just skydivers, so maybe this case just serves as a nice clean debunk lol. I'm not 100% convinced of skydivers
but I'm mostly convinced...