posted on Oct, 3 2009 @ 08:31 PM
When the camera films the helicopter initially approaching the boat, there is absolutely no disturbance to the water below. Since the helicopter is
flying rather low, moving slowly and in close proximity to the vessel, one would expect to see some sort of disturbance to the water below from the
The camera then pans down to the ground and after a few seconds pans back up to the helicopter. At this point, the disturbance in the water
miraculously appears, even though the helicopter appears to be at roughly the same height and location as the previous shot. The chopper may be a bit
closer and a bit lower than it is in the initial shot, but this should not make much of a difference.
Since the chopper is basically at the same location during both shots, either there should be a disturbance or should not be a disturbance to the
water in both scenes. You can't have it both ways, unless of course there is some video manipulation going on here.
As for the splash, it looks like a serious paste job superimposing one layer over another. Even seconds after the splash, the camerman pans over to
his fisherman buddy's face. Why would he do this and not attempt to zoom into the location where the splash occurred. In fact, during the entire
scene, he does not bother to zoom in even once.
If you saw a UFO hovering over the water, why wouldn't you try and zoom in to it for more detail? Because zooming in would give the viewer a little
too much fake detail. Nice try, but no cigar here.