posted on Feb, 16 2008 @ 11:56 PM
The hardest part of these videos to fake is always the exit. People who make these things tend to want there to be a cartoon-like blur when the thing
exits the scene, but things shot in video generally wouldn't show a stretchy blur like that. If it's really going fast, it will be in one frame and
then it won't be in another. Trying to make it look "real" with the blur is always a dead giveaway.
Oh, and always with the convenient timing of the departure. Let's see video of one of these things hanging around for fifteen minutes or more. And
with other people getting video of the same thing at the same time but from a different angle. That would be interesting.
P.S. -- Just to add, even if the video was perfect, with nothing else to back it up it's just another image and worth just slightly more than diddly
poop. And not much more.
[edit on 16-2-2008 by Nohup]