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Orbs, Spheres or "whatevers" pop in - video

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posted on Oct, 27 2007 @ 03:48 AM
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Greetings, Peace to All.



s241.photobucket.com...

Here is a video which demands analysis. I already know some things it isn't--such as raindrops, dirt in the camera, and/or lens flares. Now I would like to know what it, or excuse me - they - are.

This video shows clearly 3 objects 'popping in' to view. But the video is not clear enough to show exactly what they are. Maybe someone here can analyze it better than I.

If you do choose to do an analysis, could you please be serious about it? I mean serious as in seriously analyzing. Not talking about friendly conversation. That is always welcome.

I will be sorely disappointed if someone comes up with one of the explanations I have already said can't be. I am not a serious researcher on this stuff, and if I can figure out what it isn't, then surely the people who do this a lot can figure that out as well. It's not that hard to do.

Looking forward to some great explanations. Peace to all.

Jim

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posted on Oct, 27 2007 @ 05:02 AM
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That's a strange piece of video. How small do the insects get where you live? Could they be tiny ones landing on the lens and appearring totally out of focus? The 'halo' is wierd though, never seen a beastie do that before?



posted on Oct, 27 2007 @ 05:25 AM
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Hey jim_ruff !!!!!!!!

It is weird how they just appear like that.
The thing I would want to know is do they stay in the same location in the sky if you move the camera slightly, or do they stay on the same part of the lens if you move the camera?



 
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