And in her thread this video was the subject of much revleation and it is still the topic of much joy for the alien believers. yet lets have a closer
look at this video:
I think I may have an explaination.
While it was an Interesting video. To me, it really looked like a group of balloons floating up into the sky and then experienceing some ridiculous
turbelence and wind disruptions in the upper atmosphere. Also it kind of looked like in one or two areas that it actually got stuck in a sort of wind
tunnel, which caused it to spin even fast and sort of twist itself side ways. While it was in the motion of twisting or in the motion of spinning I
guess the band on the balloons broke apart and the other balloons got stuck in the same wind current, also spinning do the the turbelence. In some
areas in looked even more saucer like, this can be caused by a flow of upper air and a flow of lower air condencing the balloon. In some areas in
looked like some of them just disappeared, which makes me think they popped due to the pressure.
Sort of like this:
There is a lot of similarity. Now your vid to me it looked like the balloon were much farther in the sky, which brings even more greater pressure and
The following vid, is ok, but not really evidence.
However, this video, provides evidence of turbulenece and air pressure.
I was asked a few questions in that thread. So I will do my best to answer them here.
When the balloon is in the air or the sky. A few things begin to happen, much like a bird. A bird flies with the air and sometimes the bird glides and
sometimes the bird just looks as if it is stationary. Balloons at that height could pull the same illusion.
At those levels of altitude. Yu are not only going to get strong wind going in both directions, but you are going to get pressure. Wind going back and
forth, in both directions for instance:
Air traveling from the left to the right. Converging air, will create an air pocket or turbulence. However, if the wind and the pressure is strong
enough it will create a sort of an air vaccuum. In which the objects just stay still and do not move or appear as if they are not moving. They can
appear saucer like do to the pressure of the air condensing them greatly.
By stationary I mean something like this as propsoed by the video:
Look at the far left one and I mean the only one on the left of your screen. It appears to have gotten caught in a sperate air flow. Now this is
important, in some cases and in the majority of cases air flow goes one way in the sky. When it doesn't it is called turbulenece, say your on a plane
and the plane is going smoothly, thats becuase the air is going one way, however, an opposing air current can sometimes be created and the plane will
shake do to turbulenece.
What you could have been seen in the main UFO video was the current of air in flowing in one area. Keeping the balloons in the same linear pattern,
before breaking off.
Watch this. This somewhat explains the linear convergence pattern taken by balloons:
and this video demonstrates very well the convergence of balloons after being released.
What can make balloons do this? Well for one thing. The static created by the balloons can keep them together.
and more convergence of balloons in a pattern:
Personally. I believe the video shows a group of balloons, however, it has come to my attention that the video could have been CGI'ed/altered. There
are a few inconsistencies as jkrog08 mentioned. If these are infact true then perhaps they are balloons, but altered balloons. That would still work,
or they could be completely altered.
I could not find Balloons dispersing in the air, but this is hwta it would look like in ground conditions:
The balloons begin to seperate, but they do not disperse all at once. if the proper wind conditions were their then you could of had one too balloons
sneek out and get caught in the air current and then it disperses other balloons, keeping the majoirty of balloons together. Also lets not forget, in
that video of the UFo's their are some of them that just simply vanish, a balloon exploding in the sky would disappear. As demonstrated here:
Hopefully, I have provided enough evidence to support the balloon theory. Which is what I believe this video is of. It is not uncommon for balloons to
be released like this. I appreciate you taking the time to read this
The above was strictly my opinion of the events and lets face it I am probably wrong, but I do not believe that I am..
Yes. I only did this to provide something for the people who think the video is real. I believe that is actually CGI made. The wind sheer phenomena is
a great addition. But I only did this to provide "real" video evidence. And those balloons seem to match up quite well....
Talking of CGI, it's interesting to note that Pedro Hernandez posts lots of videos showing 'spheres' making similar motions to this one. It's also
interesting that another (?) Pedro Hernandez is a CGI expert, with demo videos on Photoshop After Effects. Couldn't be the same guy could it?
Yea. I think that is a common name. Is their anyway to find out if this is teh same guy or not?
Also here is the wind shear effect:
Wind shear, sometimes referred to as windshear or wind gradient, is a difference in wind speed and direction over a relatively short distance in
the atmosphere. Wind shear can be broken down into vertical and horizontal components, with horizontal wind shear seen across weather fronts and near
the coast, and vertical shear typically near the surface, though also at higher levels in the atmosphere near upper level jets and frontal zones
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