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Amazing UFO Sighting in California: September 11th, 2009

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posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 04:28 AM
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I don’t know if this video is already posted [Could not find it due searching], but if so I delete this one.
It’s a strange formed object with three small round spheres moving around it.


Unbelievable UFO Sighting in California: September 11th, 2009

This video was previously uploaded by another user on September 14th, 2009. The users account has been deleted, along with the original video. I've uploaded the file that I downloaded for analysis, and I've included the original description below.

"Captured with a digital camera along highway 41 near Lemoore, CA. September 11th, 2009."





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posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 04:32 AM
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There have been a couple of awesome threads about ufo's lately showing a lot of new footage. This craft, or example of cgi, it must be one or the other, is shown ina couple of vids in those threads.
snf cause i don't like thinking it's cgi.

Probes even!!!!



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 04:49 AM
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Originally posted by heyo
There have been a couple of awesome threads about ufo's lately showing a lot of new footage. This craft, or example of cgi, it must be one or the other, is shown ina couple of vids in those threads.
snf cause i don't like thinking it's cgi.

Probes even!!!!


I seached several times but did not find it under that name or part of it.
So it could be posted under a total different name or I don't search correctly.

However, if it is 100% proved that it is indeed some sort of CGI product, than it fooled me for 100%.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 05:24 AM
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This one makes me say HMMMMMMMMMM


I want to say CGI, but I can't prove its CGI.
Looks real tho. Good find.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 05:53 AM
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awesum footage!! but iv been tricked before..
hows abouts when the bottom half retracts back in after the probes re-enter before it zips off! thats cool



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 06:08 AM
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UHHHHHHHH...Swamp gas, next video please.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 06:15 AM
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There was the one in Mexico that was putting out spheres like that...guess this one is the collector.

I know all the non-believers will declare "CGI HOAX".. I would just like to know who the hell has all the time to do stuff like that... WHY?... nobody is gonna pay for it.. So I take it with a grain of salt when 2 or 3 people declare CGI HOAX.

Face it THEY are here... have been for centuries... get over it.. WE ARE NOT ALONE!!



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 06:19 AM
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Originally posted by kingoftheworld
UHHHHHHHH...Swamp gas, next video please.


kingoftheworld says, UHHHHHHHH...Swamp gas, next video please.
spacevisitor answers, UHHHHHHHH...next kingoftheworld please.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 06:39 AM
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It's now a problem that even if someone did videotape a real genuine UFO and it was clearly an alien spaceship, it would immediately be called into question because it is now so easy to create UFO videos via CGI.

This means that even if faced with a real UFO on video, we have to dismiss it as 'proof'. The context of the sighting is now all important: were there multiple witnesses? did more than one person video the same phenomena? is there a plausible testimony to go with the video. Can the account be corroborated? Was the phenomena also captured on radar?

Until a case meets these requirements then, it's a shame, but we must take the view that single witness, 10 second long clips are in all probability man made hoaxes.

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posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 10:22 AM
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I completely agree that 'they' have been here for ever.

The reason why people post CGI fake UFO films, is because
A) They are idiots.
B) They are learning CGI software, and think a UFO project is cool
C) They are 'skeptics' tossers. trying to fool UFO believers, so they can say "See, you all say it's 'real', but i made it in 30 minutes on my PC! Suckers!
(Or that sort of thing)

Unfortunately for UFO researchers and enthusiasts, there are a hell of a lot of idiots out there. Most designed to intentionally deceive.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 10:30 AM
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According to the skeptics, multiple witnesses to the same event doesn't even count as proof of what they were seeing, let alone what it was that they saw!

They just say "Ahh...mass hallucination", or something like it, even if thousands of people saw the same thing, from different areas of major cities.

Even with 'official' NASA and other space agency footage of UFO zipping about in multiple directions, buzzing the ISS and shuttles, zooming over the moon and Mars, entering and exiting our atmosphere at mad speeds, and on and on and on, isn't good enough for these types apparently.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 11:59 AM
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here ya go.
This video was uploaded by Roymartin911.That is mentioned in the description of this video
www.youtube.com...


The videos owner uploaded it to YouTube Sept. 14, but his account was later deleted. Another YouTube user roymartin911″ had saved the original video before the owners account was deleted, so it is still viewable.

www.coolwebpagetools.com...
here on a photoshop website Roy Martin is asking for stars on his UFO video


www.coolwebpagetools.com...
roymartin911
Awesome. I gave you 5 stars. If you get a chance, could you give my amazing UFO video 5 stars as well. I think you'll like it. Thanks.


Kinda strange asking for stars at a place where people get advice on how to manipulate photo and video.



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posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 12:42 PM
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we need internos to see this, or Free_Spirit, i just have a feeling this is CGI. I swear i've seen that UFO without the orbs in another faked UFO video. who knows? my initial opinion, CGI



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 12:50 PM
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Well the quality is different for the craft than it is for the powerlines. The power line pole is very crisp while the "ufo" is pixelated and blurry. If there was an object there the camera would have tried to focus on it but it never does.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 02:49 PM
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Tiny Foos moving around lager craft, the Foo either entered or attached
before the large ship sped off. Or might still be there or sped off on heir own.
What, something strange about this.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 03:03 PM
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Originally posted by expat2368
There was the one in Mexico that was putting out spheres like that...guess this one is the collector.

I know all the non-believers will declare "CGI HOAX".. I would just like to know who the hell has all the time to do stuff like that... WHY?... nobody is gonna pay for it.. So I take it with a grain of salt when 2 or 3 people declare CGI HOAX.

Face it THEY are here... have been for centuries... get over it.. WE ARE NOT ALONE!!


I've seen that on a Spanish DTV channel with Jamie doing he bit.
Lyne was in South America for a time this year, by the Mosquito
Coast.. a movie treatment of Bill himself, when he emailed that
their TV was thick with alien shows.
All you see is illuminated gases such as air is.
The explanation is that gas ball are being sent out on beams.
As the balls go out ether waves are going into the ship.
The ship should take off in the direction of the beam but some
how is stuck in the middle as if your car went forward and reverse
very fast as the ether. Stable as the ether is the ship as the ether
responds to pressure waves which ordinary light and radio are
not. However there are electrical effects.
Jamie and Greer, such dreamers.
The powers that be are human like we and only fool these people.
CGI people couldn't imagine the secrets of the unknown.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 03:40 PM
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Hey bud theres a thread here about that one:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

I think the consensus was a cheeky CGI hoax.


Hoaxers should be publicly flogged.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 03:44 PM
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Originally posted by karl 12
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Hey bud theres a thread here about that one:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

I think the consensus was a cheeky CGI hoax.


Hoaxers should be publicly flogged.


Hey Karl.
CGI!
Could be the reason I missed your thread.

Looks like the flying tire or whatever people liked
so much.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 03:55 PM
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This reminds me of the old "dragonfly drone" photos.
The photos have been thoroughly bashed over the years,
but I never found more information or any successful debunk
of the whole "PACL" and "CARET" thing that was released by
"Isaac" way back then.
This is certainly not an "ordinary" craft, so if not CGI possibly
another man-made experiment.



posted on Nov, 2 2009 @ 04:03 PM
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Originally posted by l_e_cox
This reminds me of the old "dragonfly drone" photos.
The photos have been thoroughly bashed over the years,
but I never found more information or any successful debunk
of the whole "PACL" and "CARET" thing that was released by
"Isaac" way back then.
This is certainly not an "ordinary" craft, so if not CGI possibly
another man-made experiment.


Yeah, those are the ones.
A bunch of fake Tesla's.

Any weight ship can be made to speed off at thousands of miles a second,
well perhaps not cause Tesla only said 300 miles a second for his aircraft.

Only one man said it could be done.
And the government finally read all his published words and came
looking in 1943.

Now we have fake Tesla's with fake flying machines.
Wonder if Tesla had film footage of any testing cause
in 1900 he had photos of his Colorado Springs experiments.



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