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Originally posted by indigothefish
reply to post by Chadwickus
well all hoaxes are FAST moving objects that when slowed down or seen in normal speed are too blurry to tell what they are
also the speed limits your eyes to how long you can see it and judge if it fits in with the rest of the video, as in, limits how long you can compare if it is as real as it's suroundings
this is simple manipulation.
Originally posted by thrundar
Originally posted by just theory
Oh wait maybe not, on the high quality version they actually appear to go behind that building, which is perhaps more interesting, we don't have anything that can travel that fast as far as i know?
Modern military Jet fighters can fly well over twice the speed of sound. At that speed, and as close as those objects are in the video, you would only hear a sonic boom and see nothing.
Yes I'm a new person on ATS...however that doesn't make me an idiot who was just born 3 days ago. (Not implying anyone else is one either)
Originally posted by Sfen Senterra
Personally i do not think its a techie screwing around. BBC is a serious news network and they can be held accounted for by showing disinformation.
Originally posted by paperplanes
reply to post by seenitall
I do not have a disc burner to transfer the footage from my DVR/TV system to my computer. Is there another way to do this? If so, I'll gladly do it. The best I could do with my embarrassingly low tech skills is videotape the TV screen. It isn't the best, I know, but I don't know what else to offer here. I have the footage on my DVR player in case someone knows of a way to get it to the computer.