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Originally posted by DGFenrir
Oh come on! Another video of flying dots??? And more believers talking # about debunkers because they don't accept these dots as alien piloted airships?
Originally posted by CHRLZ
I wanna see some BRIGHTNESS!
Obviously that guy likes subtle lighting... That clip again shows the hovering ability - these planes are so light they can easily 'hang' from the prop...
Reader solves UFO mystery in Australia
By Ryan Reynolds
Geelong Advertiser April 24, 2010 3:46AM
AN Australian UFO mystery that captured the worlds imagination was solved today.
Paul Raduka captured footage of strange lights darting above Geelong, west of Melbourne, on Monday night. The Geelong Advertiser posted the video online, attracting tens of thousands of hits across the globe.
But a reader, who did not wish to be named, called the Advertiser yesterday with an explanation.
"A lot of people thought they were UFOs,” the reader said. “When I was told about them at work on Tuesday I just laughed because I knew what they were." The woman said the UFOs were actually remote control airplanes with LED lights.
"There were just a few guys having a bit of fun down near Balyang Sanctuary on Monday night."
The online video attracted more than 27,000 views in 24 hours and was featured on YouTube's main page as the most popular news and politics video.
Originally posted by fockewulf190
reply to post by KnowMore
BTW, regarding signal loss or interference, hasn´t someone come up with the idea that if a plane or chopper loses signal for a predetermined amount of time it could then default to GPS and fly toward it´s take off point?
Originally posted by KnowMore
reply to post by fockewulf190
I am sure there is someting out there like that, or at least in the works. I know you can buy a system that has GPS,