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Originally posted by Zemouk
Well the video posted by the other person (spoodily?) is def a bird. BBC video looks like it may be a bird or something that size going past, maybe someone messing about with a control plane as they will know where they are recording the background footage, or may just be a seagull gliding?
"The next generation of airborne drones won't just be small and silent," the design team announced recently. "They'll alter their wing shapes using morphing techniques to squeeze through confined spaces, dive between buildings, zoom under overpasses, land on apartment balconies, or sail along the coastline."
Originally posted by shoeshiner
This would have to be a very big bird and damn good CGI to make a shadow on that rooftop! Look;
[edit on 14-10-2008 by shoeshiner]
Originally posted by Sroek
Wow! You guys are right! The OP is definitely on to something! The objects that appear on BBC could perhaps be probe droids deployed by the GFL mothership to scan the area for any weapons pointed at the sky before the ship is fully uncloaked!
Originally posted by zeetroyman
Paperplanes, can you post the exact channel name and time and date this was broadcast.
The BBC are one of my cleints and i know a few people who will have access the archives.
If you can let me know ill see if i can get a digital copy either uploaded or sent to me on disc.
[edit on 15-10-2008 by zeetroyman]
Originally posted by A55A551N
It was BBC World News, BBC America - 12:35pm (Local Time - Which would have been in London because 12:35pm EST would have been 5:35pm in London and extremely dark). - Tuesday October 14th, 2008.