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UFOS in Daylight Caught by News in Tenn

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posted on Feb, 21 2006 @ 06:21 PM
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Compelling? Sure. I sure don't know what that thing is.

But if this is a news team, why don't they have better cameras?

Maybe it is just the way they have the video uploaded, but man...what I would give for a quality video.




posted on Feb, 21 2006 @ 09:30 PM
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Yeah, saw the video...

It looks like a great advertisement

It always seems that videos of UFO's are always filmed by someone who doesn't know how to use a camera, or the night sky is really dark and all you really see are some strange lights, or maybe the UFO is too far away, etc.. And then there are those with regular cameras... same problem.
You would think that while your capturing history on film you would at least take the time to focus the shot, and/or steady the camera.

Every once and a while I run across a photo or some footage of stuff that could almost be believed, this looked staged.



posted on Feb, 21 2006 @ 10:33 PM
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Kinda looks to me like a lightweight object in free fall.

Imagine taking a paper plate (the thinnest crapiest kinda that you can buy) and dropping it off the roof of a building. It won't fall straight down, it will oscillate sideways and may rotate ocassionally.

I'm not saying that's what this is, but that was the first thing that came to my mind when I saw this flick. Also, I don't have speakers here in the lab so I didn't hear what the people were saying.

I've found that hitting the good ol' mute button on some of these vids actually makes it easier on the brain to really concentrate on the visual info. Other than the A&D references, what else was said in the clip?



posted on Feb, 21 2006 @ 11:13 PM
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hey, did you watch the stand alone footage available on the same page? the news report (infotainment) only showed the most dramatic movement, that dipping arc that you saw.

for about a minute and a half before that the object just hovers amongst the clouds. it is very similar to that UK ufo mentioned in this thread, and also to that Prophet Yahweh stuff.

However, that circling arc at the end discounts the balloon explanation.... in my opinion. Things are cooking folks, that were'nt no paper plate dropped from some hidden air balloon!!!

That kind of explanation just seems to show how desperate our minds are to make sense of the insensible.

Further comments please, this one is really interesting!

[edit on 21-2-2006 by lensphlere]



posted on Feb, 21 2006 @ 11:44 PM
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Originally posted by lensphlere
hey, did you watch the stand alone footage available on the same page? the news report (infotainment) only showed the most dramatic movement, that dipping arc that you saw.

for about a minute and a half before that the object just hovers amongst the clouds. it is very similar to that UK ufo mentioned in this thread, and also to that Prophet Yahweh stuff.

However, that circling arc at the end discounts the balloon explanation.... in my opinion. Things are cooking folks, that were'nt no paper plate dropped from some hidden air balloon!!!

That kind of explanation just seems to show how desperate our minds are to make sense of the insensible.

Further comments please, this one is really interesting!

[edit on 21-2-2006 by lensphlere]


Just to play devil's advocate, think about a plastic bag in wind. It can easily move in strange arcs ... I don't think a paper plate would however.

I guess that's just my brain trying to make sense of why it seems like the object thins out and then gets wider. Seems like it rotates along its diameter (so you see its width only at times, and other times, its face).

Has there been any official explanation from gov't about it? I see it's all over UFO sites today.



posted on Feb, 21 2006 @ 11:47 PM
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interesting doesn't seem to be moving around to awful much. is there anything around there that would interest "aliens" besides scaring the naive religious bible folk?



posted on Feb, 22 2006 @ 12:33 AM
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Originally posted by WHOFLUNGGUM
I think that the reference to demons and the end times is actually a rather clever way to allow disclosure without panicing the worlds population. Think about this, Christians, Jews and Muslems are expecting a Messiah to come soon. This Messiah is suppose to arrive from the heavens on firey chariots and in some cases with an army. So, if you wanted to disclose that Aliens exist, where already here and that the government is already in contact with them and didn't want to start a panic, then playing to one's religion would be a prefect way to accomplish your goal. While the worlds religions are trying to figure out if the beings are Demons or Angels the deed will have been done. We are all looking to the skies for something.

That would make discloser 10 times harder. If you said God or the Messiah was infact a alien it would destroy those religions as its whole base would be false. No longer would God be a all poweful force it would only merly be a advanced species. No more God then modern humans would be to cavemen.

Nobody with more then IQ of 75 is going to look at a disc shaped craft in this day and age and say thats a angel or a demon. Perhaps a thousand years ago but not today. We can grasp the concept of advanced space craft.

If the came out and just said yep these are alien life forms its not going to destroy religion, it would raise a host of religous questions and some arcane views would have to change. The really mess wouldnt have anything to do with religion. It would have to do with the Goverment having to explain why they hid the most important discovery in human history from its own people. It would also raise a bunch of national security & technology concerns because all the worlds militaries would be usless against such a threat.







 
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