Originally posted by keepithush
When I see the word spheres I usually don't bother to watch because it is usually what looks like a flock of birds or balloons.
This one however shows what seems to be some sort of larger object shooting the spheres out in rapid succession which then do appear to dance around somewhat intelligently.
If it wasn't for the part where the orange object shot them out I would be thinking balloons tied together but this..
S&F and I don't normally give them out so easily.
The 3ds particle thing is a possibility but then we can claim CGI for anything really and thus the site would be boring.
If it is indeed CGI then its very well done because the focus, blurring movement and camera tracking is great.
[edit on 5-7-2009 by keepithush]
Originally posted by plejarenlyran
obviously you cant state `this is an alien craft` but it goes a long way to silencing those IGNORANT skeptics who have nothing better to do than debunk anything
Originally posted by Larryman
It looked to me that the main UFO was much higher (or farther away) than the jet airliner. It looked like the camera focus had to be zoomed much further out to capture the UFO clearly.
Perhaps the yellow coloration is a result of much smog.
My guess is that it released about 30 drone spheres - around 15 from each end of the primary UFO.
I would like to know what happened after the drones were released. Did they and the primary UFO simply fade away? Or did they all speed off to out of range distances?
Originally posted by TrentReznor
Truly Amazing footage,
Thank you for bringing it to attention of the fine ppl at ATS
Well, I really am impressed with this one, I am a beleiver, but try to keep myself skeptical.
Not much there for me to umm and ahh about, its just Great! lol
I think most "orb" and sphere Objects taped and sighted are the most credible to me, as I witnessed two a good few years back they blew my mind away.
Not much to gauge distance/size really apart from speed of them moving about each other, as there quite fast which tells me there most probly as high as ..high flying birds but not as high as a commercial aircraft would cruise at.
size? if they were as high as high flying birds then I would assume there between
anywhere between 6-20 ft across , no maths to back that up, just guess from what I can observe.
Very brightly lit objects they must have been. non reflective but self emitting.
why are they doing what there doing? I have no idea.
star & flagged.
Best I've seen
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Originally posted by ashestoashes
For some reason, I always thought that these 'orb' types were in fact - a full spacecraft using some sophisticated cloaking technology, due to which just the corners were visible. that is, the tips - where the lights glowed. However, recently (and especially after seeing this extraordinarily clear and daytime sighting), I've been forced to change my views.
These are indeed, independent probes/crafts/soutships?
This is actually an excellent find. Lov it.
S & F !
..ps-oh, and btw, yummy - sorry if i sound weird for saying this,
but i think you are gorgeous..
There - said it.
Originally posted by necati
Originally posted by Ignorance Denied
Oh yes baby, now thats what i call a ufo vid.. Like to see them explain that away..
You shouldn't be too hasty. Here is a video which shows what can be done with particle rendering engines:
As I said I also wish it won't turn out to be simply 3d again.
Originally posted by open_eyeballs
Is it just me, or does it seem like there is some sort of flapping going on?
Im not trying to imply they are birds. Seems to high, but whatever is happening, i just see wings flapping.
Originally posted by IgnoreTheFacts
Curious too why there are not hundreds of more witnesses for these things.
Not saying it is fake, but to be realistic anyone with half a brain could do this in Maya and drop some filters over it. Not saying that is the case here, but you must keep your options open.
I will say, in the absence of common sense questions that are...conveniently...unanswerable with this, it goes in my round file. If you don't know the questions that need (or rather should) be answered (especially from our buddy Pedro) the your not fit to judge.