posted on May, 6 2007 @ 11:17 PM
Nothing whatsoever said in this thread proves anything. At least for those of us not familiar with imaging and camera software.
Maybe they didn't take a video camera back to the location because they don't have one, didn't know anyone who had one, and weren't going to buy
one on the off chance they saw it again. Why would they expect to see it again?
But then again, why wouldn't you see it again? Who's to say that a UFO must only ever show up once in one location, thereafter never to return?
That's ascribing motives and behaviour to...what exactly? Aliens? The government? The guy makes no assertion about the nature of what he (supposedly)
The size, odd design, the fact that it showed up in roughly the same location suggests that it could be a reconnaissance drone. Or maybe it's
a terrestrial equivalent to a satellite analysing soil chemical composition, mapping terrain or some such.
I think contact - if and when it happens - may very well be a mundane experience. The photos make it look mundane, but the guy's account doesn't
suggest that he has reacted matter-of-factly.
There doesn't appear to me to be much of a difference in the shape of the quill things at the top of it between one photo and the next. Why would you
photoshop something so finicky into the picture at the risk of exposing it as a fraud...unless you were supremely talented with cgi. If it's a hoax
it's certainly not an amateur job.
I'm not saying it's not a hoax, but no one has offered any real explanation for it, just glib dismissal because it seems too real. Until someone
comes forward with definitive proof...these are just damned interesting pictures.