I looked at the object many times under different levels of zoom. I think that it fairly well flows with the prevailing wind.
I'd guess that it is a material object of some sort that is adrift on the wind. The only thing that really gives me pause is the appearance that it
moves in an arc toward the camera and then away. That could still happen with an object drifting in the wind, and the appearance of an arc-like
motion could be accentuated by the time-lapse, however when it breaks it down into frames at the end of the video, it still appears to me that it
moves in an arc.
The video had music, and was clearly tampered with after the fact.
That cut the credibility down quite a bit for me.
Why would one put music to a UFO tape, it's EVIDENCE, you don't tamper with evidence.
Even though, despite the presentation of the video, I can't prove it isn't genuine.
And I must say, I'm not fully convinced it's a cloud.
We don't really know what the time lapse rate for either video is so comparing the apparent speeds is kind of pointless but it does appear that the I
video posted is faster than the one in the OP, judging by the movement of the Sun.
The rates at which clouds change their shape is extremely variable and depends entirely on the atmospheric conditions. Some clouds can hold shape for
tens of minutes (hours in the case of lenticularus) some form and completely disappear in a few minutes.
The effect of wind on clouds also depends on a variety of factors. The type of cloud and the amount of windshear for example. There is no particular
reason for a stable cloud in a stable wind layer to be "dissolved" no matter how strong the wind is.
The video I posted was a direct response to a statement about clouds not moving in different directions. The video demonstrates quite clearly that
this does occur.
BTW, I don't recall saying this is a cloud either. The video is of such low quality that it's impossible to identify the object as anything. I've
been merely commenting on the behavior of clouds, something I'm pretty well versed in and I don't see anything that rules a cloud out.
You forgot to edit again to add info about the foos and Germany.
Actually, is there ever any reason to edit your post at all because it doesn't change in what the hell you are talking about.
Actually, you should just type out your best nonsense on word or notepad and save it onto your desktop so it is readily available so you can copy and
paste it onto every response to every single thread you add to. It would save you so much time. Think about it. How many posts have you put on ATS
and the amount of time it take you to type them throughout the years.
Now that I've thought about it, I think you are already doing that.
As far as the OP, Cool looking video. Looks like a cloud was my original reaction. Hell, at least we have maybe a authentic video to look at anyway.
That effect can be done by adding a semi transparent layer of the source video over the added CGI I use it myself quite often.
Not sure what this is though, there's not really enough of it to see whats going on. Its moving twice as fast as the clouds.
One thing worth noting is the so called security video is not time coded. theres no digits indicating the time and date on the screen. It might not be
real security footage. Also how many security cams do you know that point into the sky? Most are covering an entrance to the building they are
supposed to be protecting. This is starting to look dodgy to me ..
A) It may only be an illusion that it is going faster than the other clouds because it is closer to the camera. Two objects going the same speed
viewed from different distances creates the illusion that the closer one is going faster than the further one.
Ex: Create a peace sign with two of your fingers and place them in front of you so that one finger is behind the other. Move them from left to right,
or right to left, and the finger closer to you will seem to be moving faster.
B) It's not exactly going in an opposite direction like some claim. It is almost going in the same direction. Even if you look at the last few frames
of the video the object appears to change to the same direction as the rest of the clouds.
Even then, clouds can go different directions at different altitudes:
Look at 0:42 in the video:
I'm pretty sure that if you slowed the video down to normal speed that the UFO would be sitting in the sky just as long as the clouds, and more
people would have seen it and maybe filmed it.
This wouldn't be the first time a cloud looked like a UFO to people.
Well, the thread got on the topic of clouds. I know what you were responding too, but the way in which you replied appeared as though you were
attempting to conclusively identify this object. My mistake.
None the less, this is an interesting bit of phenomenon. I figured this object had to have been moving at a naturally slower pace. So if this was
something artificial, it was moving extremely slow, and it was pretty big. If not artificial that leaves natural object, likely a rare form of cloud
with unusual density and movement, or an attempted hoax.
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