posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 11:23 AM
I guess people who have never lived in the Midwest during the summer don't know what it looks like for a cloud to be formed. That is pretty much
what it looks like. And I'm not sure why people who support the video as being a UFO would try to claim otherwise, because if the thing was forming
a cloud, then shouldn't it look like a cloud forming?
But, I don't really believe it. He talks about that being the only cloud, but you can clearly see another that formed right next to it. Which is
also common in the way clouds form.
And then comes back 2 days later and says the cloud is still there? All you'd have to do is wait for another cloud to come around and take video of
it. That in itself doesn't debunk it, but it doesn't validate it either.
Some may say "what are the odds". Actually, pretty high. When I lived in the midwest one of my favorite things to do on a hot summers day was
watch the clouds form, and then about 4 hours later, in the evening you get thunderstorms. So in just a few short hours you go from clear skys to
big huge thunderstorms that tower way up in the air. This happens rapidly like that for a few weeks of the year, during the hottest days(105+
degrees). Most times it's slower like in this movie, and you don't see the thunderstorms hours after, just regular rain. But it's great when
you get to watch them build and build rapidly.
Then they float off to the east, and it happens again the next day etc. People in the east just get the clouds, and people to the west don't get
them at all(which is why it's mostly desert). He is located in Florida I think, and this does also happen down there from the gulf. They
sometimes have tropical storms which flare up quickly just off the coast.
I immediately recognized the setting as being that of the black "famous" video, which I believe is a hoax. Of all the footage he shows of the
black thing, it doesn't move and it cuts out while the thing is still there, rather than it leaving?
If not for his other video, I might give it a higher chance. But since I'm fairly certain the other video is a hoax, I am skeptical of the video.