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Metallic saucer filmed on my mobile phone {{Identified}}

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posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:06 PM
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reply to post by dwiggen
 


No, not to derail. Just find credibility.




posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:06 PM
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Originally posted by william.gauncents
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I realize this.


Which means you realise you were wrong regarding the scenario you posed in the question to me!

But I doubt you would admit to that, as that would conflict with your arrogant and pompous demeanour.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:07 PM
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Realy want this to be real,but it doesnt seem right to me-IF you had actualy walked out from under the rafters it would a lot better

without doing that it could be easily hoaxed by suspending it from there

very interested in that ball shaped object moving eraticly around in the 3rd video,seems a bit CGI as has been mentioned before but perhaps the haze around it is from other reasons

going to sit on the fence here with this,not sure if its real or not!lol

anyway,a big thank you for taking the time out to post this video



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:08 PM
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Not to press on with the assault on you or anything, but how does semantics define credibility? I don't understand how this bears any relevance.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:08 PM
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Star&Flagged

I hope this isn't CGI, someone needs to take a look. This reminds me of the object hovering in this guy's backyard in Texas:

UFO Hovering in some dude's backyard.

Anyway, definitely need to get a few experts together to check this out. If this is genuine, than my gosh... could it be real Aliens from another world? If they are, then wow they are probing us in broad daylight now? Talk about Disclosure...

Oh, and one thing I found funny was that many and including the OP mentioned about chasing after or stand right under the UFO. Dude... that is not a ... smart idea to me. If the UFO discovers your presence and become hostile, then what? We don't want to see you get zapped to ashes via your camera phone



If I ever see a UFO hovering in extremely low altitude, I'm not gonna walk near it. I don't give a rat's butt if no body believes me, I'm not stupid enough to risk my life just to get a up close and personal shot of our green friends. Dude... running under it... are you serious?



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:09 PM
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great find mate, i pity the people who take one look and turn to say hoax, in my eyes they just cant comprehend what is happening around the world and because it is actually captured on film is cgi or bull*h*t, if an alien literally anal raped you then half the non believers still wouldnt believe it and it would be blamed on sleep paralysis or w.e. good job mate keep ur eyes open



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:09 PM
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No, not wrong. I proposed the hypothetical situation to you in a reversed manner because you say it is normal for people to have furniture outside solely for a pet. I agree, but not for people in which the animal DOESN'T live there.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:11 PM
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So why didint you film it until it left? Or is it still hanging there? Or let me guess, your camera run out of battery?



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:12 PM
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Sorry william.gauncents, but all this talk about how does he know where his father's things are and about the couch for the dog are non sense.

I lived 4 years away from my parent's house, but before that i've already lived there for 18 years. Because of that i knew where everything was. Just because i moved out doesn't mean i don't know where things are.

About the video:

I still don't know if i believe it or not. It's a good history and i think i would react just like the OP did. And the video is good too, but there's something weird about it that i can't explain.

Still, good video. S&F.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:16 PM
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Originally posted by Bonebutcher
So why didint you film it until it left? Or is it still hanging there? Or let me guess, your camera run out of battery?


He explained in an earlier post that he ran inside to find his dad's video camera to take some better footage, and when he returned, the UFO was gone. Convenient I know, but plausible.

Also, many times questions you might have, have already been answered, You'd be surprised at how many answers you might find when you do a little digging in the thread!



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:39 PM
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Originally posted by dwiggen

Originally posted by Bonebutcher
So why didint you film it until it left? Or is it still hanging there? Or let me guess, your camera run out of battery?


He explained in an earlier post that he ran inside to find his dad's video camera to take some better footage, and when he returned, the UFO was gone. Convenient I know, but plausible.

Also, many times questions you might have, have already been answered, You'd be surprised at how many answers you might find when you do a little digging in the thread!


I agree convenient but very plausible none the less. Running inside to get a camera for better viewing an entirely normal and expected reaction to seeing such an event.

I can only place myself in the shoes of the OP, and IMVHO the sequence of events adds up. OP was caught off guard by this so used a camera phone to capture the event ASAP, then while watching in awe it would only be normal to panic and think "oh I need a better piece of equipment for documentation" and not realize that more than likely by the time you get back it will be gone.

While this has never happened to me, I can certainly see the relevance and realistic nature in the actions taken by the OP during the "event".

Earlier I made a post about how it was a bad way to debunk the OP by referring to what he said about "his house" and "his couch". While I felt that was a bad question to debunk, those questions still need to be asked and are just as important as the video itself in terms of debunking. How a person handles these questions is important to the process IMO.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 12:55 PM
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I was so hoping this was going to be a REAL video of a REAL UFO but alas, another hoax. You can see the manupulation in so many of the areas it's just not funny. What made you decide you finally got it looking real enough to post it as a "Real" Sighting?

I don't know what program you used to add the "UFO" but, next time, you need to make the Tracking of the object not Look so Obvious.
It's the Little Object that rises up from the Field that Really put's the icing on the cake.

Oh well, I guess there'll be a lot of believers either way. I'm just really getting frustrated at all the Crappy UFO Video's popping up all over the place.

Peace, over and out...



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 01:02 PM
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This is the worst case of swamp gas reflecting venus that Ive seen all my life!


How come this stuff never happens to me, atleast not in broad daylight.

I have had a few unusual encounters at night.

"hey aliens, im over here, beam me up!!"



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 01:09 PM
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I thought I might just add this in the mix about people and their video camera's.

2 Koala's came into my yard today. A mother and her baby on her back. The first thing I did was grab my Video camera and film them. It took all of 5-10 seconds to grab the camera and start filming.

This is my point when I have said in other posts about people when they say they walked outside in thier backyard and saw this "HUGE UFO". "It sat there for, oh, 2 mins just hovering there. It was flashing blue, green and red orangy lights and then a Light came out and hit the ground". "Then the Light moved to where one of my Cows was grazing and then my Cow just just started lifting of the ground and moving toward the UFO". Oh My God I Thought". "Then My Cow disappeared into this UFO and then the UFO just Disappeard as well".

Now, If I can film 2 Koala's in my front yard, in "GOOD QUALITY", why is it that so many people can't do the same for UFO's?

Just a thought. I'm not trying to demean anyone or insult anybody. It's just an observation.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 01:12 PM
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Originally posted by Damian-007
You can see the manupulation in so many of the areas it's just not funny.


You're right... it's not funny.

Examples of the manipulation please. And give us something that half the other people in this thread haven't already discussed. But if you don't have anything worthwhile to contribute besides your negativity: don't post.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 01:15 PM
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fake.
i can tell this is fake just using my eyes.
and brain.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 01:15 PM
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I doubt many people are going to be frozen in their tracks and scared ****less whenever they see a couple of Koalas, probably explains why you were able to calmly film them, while people who see UFOs might not get the best footage. The OP was working with what he had on him at the time: his phone. And I commend him from have the wherewithall to even pull THAT out!

The next time you see a UFO, make a mental note and see if you have the presence of mind to run in the house and grab your video camera. I don't think I would, just due to the fear of missing whatever it was that I was witnessing!



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 01:17 PM
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sigh ... or maybe he lived with his parents in the past ... and seeing as its on or close to a farm they had a dog ... he moved away the dog stays on the farm ... do you think the OP would consider it his dog that he owned for a long time while still living there or his parents dog?

I dont live in my parents house but i still consider the people there while im there to be "my neighbours" , just as id consider the family pet ... to be "my pet"

i think your just being silly mate
either that or you never had a pet you couldnt take with you when you left home.

~TR



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 01:17 PM
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Well, for me, it's a lot easier to film an animal standing in your backyard then a flying object that can fly away in a blink of an eye.


And i don't know you guys, but i don't walk around expecting to see a UFO. Sometimes people don't have nothing to record the fact or all they have it's the camera of the cell phone. And most of these cameras don't have a good quality. Mine is one of them.

I'm still on the fence, btw.



posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 01:17 PM
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Sorry but I think its not a UFO its a 399$ Balloon




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