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Originally posted by JayinAR
reply to post by fls13
I'm not so sure it would actually BE all that easy to see unless you were looking for it.
The points of light are rather small and already in a highly contrasted patch of sky.
I've seen things that when I try to get others to look at I simply cannot find again. Then the other person losses interest and I keep looking. Maybe eventually I find it again and once again I see this brilliant point of light clear as day.
Unless you are looking directly at the region in question in the sky, you won't notice it.
And it is a big sky. And not too many people even watch the skies.
Originally posted by Nicolas Flamel
Very interesting video, doesn't look faked to me. What I wonder is what we are not seeing. By this I mean I am one who thinks (along with many other Phd physicists) that there are many dimensions. What I personally think we're seeing is some of these trans-dimensional things poking into our three dimensional world. Since we only see what's in 3 dimensions these things could be much much larger but we can't perceive them. Just my 2 cents hehe.
Originally posted by hikix
yeah that is really nice footage. what exactly are these 'aliens' doing though? it really makes you wonder what they are trying to accomplish by zipping around all over the place. really weird.
Originally posted by KIRKSTERUK
Anyone else find it amusing this person was the only person to see this? No one else came forward or filmed them.
Looks like a CGI to me also, if you look closely there are motion deficiencies and some of those "UFO's" are moving at a different frame rate to the rest of the video.
I'd also like to say that I am in no way an cgi expert, but I've been playing around with different 3d softwares too in the past, anything from simple ones as Bryce ( which is pure crap ) to the advanced ones as Maya 3D ( which are the software they used for the movie Little Stewart for instance, I believe they used it for the Lord of the Ring as well ). And my personal feeling in this one is that this is not a CGI implement.
And sure, Hollywood are able to make some really good photorealistic graphic animations. But somehow, no matter how good they are, you can always spot the difference. It is something to it that makes it "non-real".