I wish people would just stop creating bad UFO photos. I know they're probably all excited, or why would they even bother to upload them. But people
need to recognize when what they have is just garbage. This is just from a couple of days of images at: UFO Stalker
That blue light you saw dancing around that video? It's a lens flare. Sorry.
That "orb" you saw? It's because it was out of focus.
That flying saucer that "you didn't notice when you took the photo?" It's a freekin bird.
Drives me crazy. The signal to noise ratio is just ridiculous when it comes to this stuff.
edit on 15-5-2020 by Blue Shift because: (no reason
That's actually an airplane. It doesn't look much like an airplane though, so some people get excited when they see that in their camera. It's not
what you would see visually which is probably just a "dot" of light without the zoom, at a large distance.
There's always the factor of
"It's a photo with more grain than a 1950s television, of course the subject is unidentified!"
Give me an HD UFO or bust. I wanna see that puppy in 4k and if I can't identify it then, maybe we have something.
I'd give 100 stars for that
post if I could.
Not just graininess, but at a great enough distance, known objects can become "UFOs" because eventually they just look like dots and it's hard to
identify a dot. And this doesn't apply to just photos, but also to the Navy's released UFO videos which are basically fuzzy dots that could be
anything if you got a closer look and in focus. Chris Mellon and others say they can't be planes because if they were planes, you'd be able to see the
wings. If you're close enough, that's true, but if you're far enough away, you can't see the wings especially on FLIR, as this example photo of four
F-15's shows. They look like "Tic-Tacs" or oblong dots, yet why do people assume they must be alien space ships just because you can't see the
Advanced Targeting Pod Forward Looking Infrared Pod Flight Test Demo on F-16 and F-15 Aircraft
Screenshot from time 2:16 in the video showing four "Tic-Tacs", I mean F-15 airplanes, followed by an enlargement of the two on the right:
Yes, this is how F-15's can look on infrared if they are far away. Don't believe the lies people are telling that planes can't look like this.
Now if someone took a photo like the image below, and said it might be an alien space ship, that would be a lot more convincing than "dots" or
(Screenshot from a Sci-Fi program on tv).
edit on 2020515 by Arbitrageur because: clarification
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