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Originally posted by Violater1
I quickly got bored looking at a unfocused Christmas light flashing in the background. I jumped ahead a few minutes, and continued to see the same blob. Nothing here folks...move along.
Originally posted by MarrsAttax
Do you know if this was filmed with a tripod as he seems to have done a very good job of keeping the objects in shot.
Originally posted by remymartin
reply to post by Spinotoror
I could be wrong but the strange half circular shape looks like a reflection in the car window
Originally posted by Rikhart
This is amazing, im hoping its not just another hoax, getting tired of those by now.
Before that mission I had received from Erling Strand a video cassette coming from Hessdalen . The video was taken on January 18, 2001 by a couple of casual Norwegian persons who were located 8 km south of the town Oppdal, which is west of Hessdalen. For more than half an hour they filmed an event in the sky in which a shapeless light phenomenon was turning into a perfect isosceles triangle. The person who made the video was wise. He “calibrated” the anomalous event by aiming his videocamera at a luminous star and then zooming it, in the same way in which the real light phenomenon was zoomed, in order to exclude any possible instrumental effect due to various causes such as camera diaphragm regulation, focusing or else. The zoomed star (with magnitude slightly smaller than the real light event) was just a circle, while the phenomenon was a perfect illuminated triangle. So the phenomenon was real. I have some reasons to suspect that it is the same kind of phenomenon as the one which in summer 2001 appeared to us as a rectangle. Of course the CIPH fellows ignored that video of ours as well as they ignored the Oppdal video. They just “archived” them.
Originally posted by derpif
During the EMBLA 2000 mission we were approached over our vertical by a triangular-shaped object which was lighted only at his vertices and which was moving rectilinearly towards us from south [41: p. 11]. Five witnessess (all scientists) looked at it from two different positions of the valley. We couldn’t document it because it was moving and we didn’t have a videocamera with us at that time. I just aseptically briefly documented the event in our report of that time. Few days later two of us were approached (90 m from us) by a small elliptical object (about 40 cm in diameter) at the Aspåskjolen observing site [41: pp. 11-12]. I took a photograph of that little object while it was hovering close to the trees in front of us. Later I analyzed the photo and I ascertained that such a low-luminosity translucent object was sharply structured. Two contiguous events of such an importance made us suspect that we were approached by something sentient. But this was only an emotional impression, not a rational verification. Both events were certainly very impressive.
In the ambit of an international team of scientists (including important plasma physicists) we are studying these specific phenomena too, but we’ll never give official announcements until the scenario will be scientifically clarified. We have chosen not to show or discuss these data to the public. I can only tell that we are studing them in the ambit of a collaboration whose component names are secret so far.
Therefore we decided to remain silent on some “hardcore” evidences, and dedicate our detailed presentations and publications only to a part of the light phenomenon. We can also mention publicly that there exist some “extra-peculiarities”, but we are not willing to go into details for the general public. In this sense we have definitively closed the door and we’ll come out only, if and when it will be the case, and we’ll do it first within the official environment of physical science and of consciousness studies. It will be a hard task but we willingly accepted the challenge.