posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 10:00 AM
Too Blurry, to make any real conclusions. But from what I do have I can come to certain ones.
1) Object is on or just above a hillside (Huge red flag)
2) Object NEVER moves (Enourmous Red Flag)
3) Looks like fire, and the outline of ship gray smoke in black night, "illuminated" haha, by the fires (Funny red Flag(later I'll expain why this
is on the list).)
4) 2 minutes of Horrible shaky camera work, during a 6 hour encounter????
(Ludicrous Red Flag).
Points FOR this being a UFO:
1) I can't say exactly with 100% certainty what it is, but I believe I can within 80% certainy. (greenish yellow flag)
As far as that light on the right as he's talking about it about to "illuminate", about 20 seconds prior to this you can see it flash up, and the
fire begin. Only till about 20 seconds later when he says "There it is, see it?" Thats when it really catches some oxygen and flames up and becomes
very bright. But who knows maybe UFO's need a little power up time before their lights flicker on.
Actually I can criticize this guy for his poor shaky camera work but if it wasn't for his zoom in, you can't really tell it's a fire. When he does
zoom in it's pretty clear imo.
Also notice how the commentator keeps saying it didnt look aerodynamic. Yea, 4 fires on a hillside usually aren't aerodynamic.
I'm tossing this one into the Identified pile, that's just my opinion.
Also yes I've looked at every link this and the other thread have to offer, and they only suppourt my theory, and many other theories.
As far as fires burning for 6 hours without going out of control...
I believe the 6 hours is a bit of an exagerration(sp?) was probably more like 3 or 4. But me and my friend used to go in the forests, and clear out
areas, and build Bonfires, and stoke them, and add/branches, logs ect, and could keep one going for4-6 hour while we parties out in the cold. I don't
see it being impossible for 3 or 4 teams of five guys to stage these controlled bonfires.
Again into the identified pile with this.
Show me some movement at least, sheesh. They couldnt because after a time the fires slowly went out into a small smoldering flicker. Not very good
film for a UFO sighting.