Thanks for your answer. I was hoping that we would get a critique like this to get the questions and analysis flowing.
I would like to point out that this is the first time that I have ever analysed a possible UFO artefact.
I am involved with this because UNKNOWN313 needed some help with getting this to us ... so I helped ... and that I thought it was an interesting
No, these can't all be correct.
I didn't say they were correct. The evidence as presented so far needed to be laid out. So I did that to give us all a clearer picture of what has
The OP gives some very important info (that you have left out):
I hope, garyo, that you are not suggesting that I left out clues or evidence on purpose.
"It's indoors through my window, The sky was super cloudy & dark. It started storming about an hour after my footage was taken.We are 5 miles from a
very rural town, that closes down after 12:00. There are no trees or houses cause I am looking up at the sky. And there was no moon that I could see,
like I said a storm was coming in quickly. I will most def. try to get more footage."
1) The light has been appearing regularly at a similar time each time for a month or so. (This would mean it is predictable and easy to capture in
Agreed ... but I don't think that UNKNOWN313 can be classed as a UFO hunter. So it may not have occurred to her to wait for better conditions ... how
could she be sure that it was going to come back?
2) It moves around in an erratic fashion. It is the light moving not the camera. (There is nothing to prove this statement. Judging by I've seen this
video is easily duplicated.)
Agreed ... no proof that this was actually happening. UNKNOWN313 claims it in her original post. This is on this thread:
I will put it this way 1st I thought a star, then a plane cause I saw some red flashes, then I was confused because it just randomly moved around in
3) It is seen by looking skyward. (Can't look skyward from indoors can you? Too, glare/reflection off the window would be one possible explanation.
Not to mention filming out a window would reveal certain local features, such as tree tops, window sill, etc)
Agreed .. the biggest question mark of all ... hope she can answer this a bit more clearly.
4) This film is before a storm so the sky is overcast. The light can be seen when the sky is overcast, therefore the light is below the cloud line.
(This is debatable, but the context is true. The light is definitely below the clouds.)
5) It flashes through white, red, blue and green colours.
6) UNKOWN313 is in a rural area 5 miles from town. (Not sure where you live, but in a rural area there is quite a bit more stars visible, unless this
overcast sky was as thick as say, mud. I've seen some horribly dark skies during hurricanes which were not nearly so black as this.)
I live on a 380 acre farm. When it is a new moon and there is a storm at night, it is extremely dark.
This could be the case on this video. A low quality camera would have the back ground as black ... like this.
[edit on 13/5/08 by Horza]