posted on Apr, 11 2008 @ 07:37 PM
I've always had a problem with pictures and videos of a UFO which is not aligned with the horizon. This thing is tilted.
If you're going to create a craft with some kind of differentiation between one part or another, then that differentiation is for a purpose.
Therefore, the alignment of the axis of the craft must be in relation to the geometry around it. Unless the UFO is spherical (which this one
Tilted UFOs appear to defy common sense, in that the "bottom" of the craft doesn't face the center of gravity of the earth. The "force" of
levitation for the UFO should have to align on an axis and direct itself opposite of gravity. Neither would it make sense to say that it is tilting
due to aerodynamic effects. UFOs don't have or need airflow considerations. I feel quite sure they move about liquids and atmospheres quite fine,
by making them superfluid or manipulating them by some other means.
So this video looks very fake to me. Even though visually, it seems quite convincing.