posted on Nov, 20 2007 @ 09:05 PM
Originally posted by Evasius
Their luminance would suggest the objects were lit by ground-based spotlights - perhaps birds lit by flood lights near construction around the
I disagree with this statement. simply because there is more than just one present at one time, and the time of day. It would have to be some
seriously high powered spot lights to illuminate something like that at that time of day.
Additionally, for arguments sake if this isn't time lapse, those are some pretty high tech and/or skilled spotlight runners to keep up with something
However, my mind is telling me "this can't be so" because SO many people would have had to see then 'phenomena' that it would have had to be
covered by mass media. You can't ignore something THIS large over a large city.
If it was just one, I'd be more conviced but damn, that a whole lot going on there.
I say one because, I seen something very strange in the skies around my area (bemidji MN) over the course of 3 days. It was actually kind of strange
because the first day, I just say 1 thing that I thought was strange, day 2 I seen 2 things that were strange (in the same area) and the third day 3
things that were strange. All things were to the east towards sunrise, they were very disc shape, but looked like very small clouds almost to me.
After the third day they were not there. I just thought this was strange. Disc shaped objects hanging out in the eastern sky about 7am and
disappearing by 8am (could be because the sun came up) at the same time every day, and then gone. I searched and no one reported anything so I have
to assume it was clounds. The only thing I had with me was my cell phone and there is no way I was going to post yet another blurry photo, so I
didn't even mention it. THis was about 3 weeks ago.
But I digress. I'm not sure what this is, but I would agree with the time lapse and airport activity simply because of the maginitude of the
sighting and no other reports, this wasn't at night, this was during the day; Many people who have seen something this spectacular.