posted on Sep, 17 2006 @ 11:29 AM
I don't believe the video is fake. Even if it were, it's a pretty dull fake; i.e., why fake an unexciting video, something that could be mistaken
for ball lightning, instead of a good sensational one?
I don't know a lot about ball lightning, but it's apparently a new phenomena. Yeah, the phenomena started just as glowing, spherical craft sightings
increased and the ufo debunkers and agents of misinformation decided they'd discovered ball lightning. LOL . .. ok, kidding. However, ball lightning
is a recent phenomena, so it really is odd when you see an increase in legitimate, glowing, spherical ufos coincide with the scientific discovery of
ball lightning. Coincidence? At the very least the two could possibly be connected...
But great video. It looks like these apparent craft are watching the storm. And, Whiterabbit, I live in the U.S. Storms often just sit there. In
Virginia (and possibly elsewhere) we sometimes have heat storms, which offer just a lot of lightning flashes, but no rain. It's still odd...
I will say the weather and cloud patterns across the U.S. (and worldwide from what I've seen) are behaving very, very strangely. And more and more. I
mean, come on, I'm over 30 years old. You know a cloud when you see one; or a storm. And if you've lived in one place for a long time you recognize
when something is out of place...For one thing, lightning storms in this area (metro Wash, DC/No. VA) have become really LOUD. It's bizarre. The
sound of the storms has become extremely loud. They seem more violent when they hit...
Last week we had a cloud cover over this entire region, and it just sat there. For two days. It seemed like not a single breeze was blowing. And the
clouds had this really odd color...Now, I've lived in Washington state, California, Georgia, I know that clouds can sit, but for this area it was
Anyway, thanks for the video...