posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 12:04 AM
There is a problem with approaching 'unknowns' such as these with the intent to 'debunk'. The videos do not offer anything substantial enough to
be clearly identified; the first shows a dark blotch that's moving in a vaguely unpredictable pattern, and the second shows several indistinct blobs
I know the "Mexican Military UFO" footage was written off by some as Oil well flames. I have a problem with that because the lights are moving, and
are being followed by the camera. Oil wells don't move -- and if they did, I don't know that it would be at that speed.
For something to take your mind off the other video, you could look at the VZ-1; the Hiller Flying Platform (see
). While I am not suggesting
that the video shows this object, it could be a similar bit of (relatively unknown) technology.
In conclusion, it is best to approach unusual subjects like these with an open mind. Clearly you would like these videos to be real; I observed that
you posted the question to 11 11, self-proclaimed CGI expert, in another thread. I would like to mention that the CGI argument does not account for
the unusual material that has appeared over the years; there have been a few cases that were genuinely unexplainable - even if these have
only been a handful.
I wish you the best of luck in your research.