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got an idea for you.
Originally posted by -Jaguar-
It looks to me like he's filming the ground, a bunch of rocks and junk on the ground that is out of focus.
Originally posted by OEAOHOO
Thanks for that VisionQuest.
I can't believe no one has responded to this post. Well perhaps that night vision footage might not be the clearest, but the subject matter has certainly piqued my interest.
I happened to have caught Ed Grimsely on C2C the other week and was intrigued by what he and other observers were reporting.
These guys use 3rd or 4th generation night vision goggles to view the night sky and apparently they're witnessing objects flying above earth's atmosphere at altitudes of 80-100 miles and at times speeds in excess of 40,000 miles/hr.
These objects are generally delta and oval shaped and criss-coss the night sky for hours flying solo or in formation, chasing one another and some strangely, even engaging in battles..? ..well the last bit might be a stretch for some ..but seeing that hardly anyone is looking at the sky in infra red who knows what's going on up there??
If, as some have suggested, ufo's are cloaking or screening themselves in the visible spectrum, isn't it possible that if we look at either end of this spectrum ie. uv or infra-red, we might uncover things we weren't supposed to see?
Others like Trevor Constable and David Sereda have also put forward similar views; Constable's "Critters" seen in infra-red, and Sereda's mother ships via Nasa's UV camera's.
Anyway I'm not suggesting everyone go buy night vision goggles, at $3-5k a pop they're not within most people's means, however I'm suggesting it's an area of Ufology scarcely researched and worthy of our attention and investigation.
Check out more here, particularly the Videos section:
..and those with C2C subscriptions the first couple of hours here:
Originally posted by InfaRedMan
I kinda lost interest after the first minute. Can someone tell me if anything better happens afterwards?