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The first is to see a UFO is the rising spiral
Originally posted by NGC2736
While respecting your opinion about the lens flare, I'm a bit confused why it would seem to be behind the beams of laser light. To me, since the camera is taking the picture from this side, it would seem reasonable that any "flaring" would overshadow the beams themselves.
Originally posted by skywatch
lensflare dont have windows/doors and dont get behind another lightbeem..
An approximation -probably oversimplified- of overall UFO behaviour is via accepting such a (hypothetical, or at least not known to or acknowledged by "white-world" Physics) gravity-like repulsive force-field. The luminescence in various colours around the UFO (apparently shape depends on UFO's shape as well as its current maneuver, so the UFO's outline as seen by external observer can change), is thought to be due to ionization of surrounding air (much like what happens in neon-lamps), referred to as "UFO plasma sheath".
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I fail to yet grasp how the "rays" of the laser light are brighter than the supposed lensflare, as intuitively, it seems it should be just the opposit.
Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People
To me, it seems to great a coincidence that the UFO just happened to be the same color as the laser lights.