Nice enhancement Nablator, you can almost see the skids.
Gotta teach me how to do that.
It sure makes more sens than the incoming aircraft hypothesis.
The spacing between those lights did not change at all for more than 7 minutes, it is not a detail.
If it was an arcraft, no matter the size and speed, not only we would have noticed that change but we would also have noticed that it was not flying
toward us but a little bit to the left of us which means that it would have gained angular velocity relative to the observer(s) or us.
Why because like someone noticed before, the spacing between the first light to the right (as you watch it) and the one in the middle was bigger than
the one to the left and the middle one. Just to say that once an object catches angular velocity, it's movements become visible to the naked eye.
Now, I did search for the Ft Lauderdale PD and that's what I have found :
Sadly, Fort Lauderdale P.D. no longer has an Aviation Unit. Thanks to modern budget considerations, declining manpower, or what have you, F.L.P.D. did
away with its Aviation Unit (which did eventually use helicopters), and now they rely solely on the Broward County Sheriff’s Department for aerial
support. Fort Lauderdale Aviation Unit is just a fond memory for those of us who worked and served with its proud members. It is now just a piece of
law enforcement and aviation history.
Link : www.authornation.com...
Guess it isn't them, maybe Miami PD for ex, but here is an image I just took with FSX & Bell 206B JetRanger :
Could match, what do you think ?
Oh, before I go, I also want to
the OP for being such a nice witness with us. Sometimes, people do not react well to rational explanations.
Europa aka Buck
[edit on 14-11-2008 by Europa733]