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Originally posted by C.H.U.D.
Originally posted by Europa733
I am a moderator in one of the biggest UFO-website & forum in France and I never got to this day, one single testimony coming from people who thought stars were moving in a "triangular" formation.
Of course you would not get a single testimony like that - what person in their right mind would claim that stars moved in a formation?
The crux of the matter is that people can not be trusted to reliably identify stars, and that people are know to attribute motion to celestial objects when there is none. As I said, there is masses of evidence of this - and I see it all the time here on ATS.
So, if you know you can't trust even your own eyes and brain, how can you take the word of others that "it moved"?
Are you also going to ignore the whitenesses that saw the same thing and said they were just stars (thanks to Phage for posting that)?
Anybody who does not take these things into account is just fooling themselves (and misleading others). If you want to investigate UFOs, at least learn what is not a UFO first, otherwise, how can you ever hope to speak authoritatively on the matter?
Originally posted by Phage
It would make balloons or lanterns more feasible but more than anything, if these are the correct nights, it calls into question the reliability of a source that claims 30mph winds.
Where did that information come from?
Originally posted by GrayFox
You had assumed I didn't consider the possibility, which is not true. I'm sorry if my response was worded in a way that bothered you. It's just my opinion that they're probably not stars. I'm sorry that I don't agree. It's not rude to disagree.
Perhaps you can expound on your assertion that it is something other than Alien. I watched the episode, and the hunters don't know what it was, they just know it wasn't military flares, the wind was blowing 30 mph the night in question, while during the flare experiment the wind was about 12 mph, and those flares were twisting in the wind, like there was no tomorrow, and the flares were dropping large sparks, which all the witnesses, said they didn't see from the triangle the night in question.
Originally posted by N. Tesla
i still disagree with you on the government part. but i still say its no legit at all. the video is obviously something other then aliens.
Originally posted by merky
reply to post by TH3ON3
Three lights in the night sky does not make a UFO, except in your imagination.
Yawn, just another film of unknown lights....nothing more.
Originally posted by merky
Three lights in the night sky does not make a UFO....
just another film of unknown lights....nothing more.
Originally posted by venividivici
reply to post by mikesingh
Have you tried the embossed technique on this case like you did on the Pasco case Mike?
Originally posted by Demos
reply to post by Europa733
Can you give the adress of this french website please ? (Je suis français aussi ...)