posted on Aug, 31 2007 @ 05:02 AM
Originally posted by seentoomuch
To ATS: Could some science experts stop in please, give some input on what this could be?
Heck! I'm no science expert, especially where UFOs are concerned! Having said that, here's my two bits....
Regarding the white streak apparently emanating from the object (UFO?) to the antenna, and its subsequent glow, some UFOs, as we can surmise, operate
by electromagnetic/electrogravitic impulse. This results in gravity shielding (Not anti-grav) allowing the object to move at tremendous speeds.
Now it’s likely that this EM/EG builds up great amounts of + / - ions or surface potential in the process which ‘bleed’ through to keep
equilibrium. Just like a lightning bolt, which is basically discharge of ions. Therefore, due to excessive surface potential formed by the plasma
sheath over the craft surface, this may lead to a discharge.
So keeping this in view, it is possible that excessive plasma was discharged onto the closest metallic point which in this case was the TV antenna.
Many have noticed similar phenomena on tall metallic pylons that carry electricity. Something like a ‘controlled’ lightning bolt.
You must be wondering why UFO pics are usually blurred. That’s because a plasma corona is produced around the ship and is associated with its method
of propulsion. The plasma is indicative of corona produced by high voltage discharge and intense ionizing radiation. If it gets too ‘hot’, it
results in a controlled discharge.
Hope that helps some! But again this is speculation! No one really knows for sure.
[edit on 31-8-2007 by mikesingh]