reply to post by Phage
Which begs the question why you bothered wasting bandwidth postuing videos that have no resemblance to that which you claim?
TextActually, in poor quality videos, birds do look like spheres. Actually, the "flickering" of the "spheres" is at just the right rate to be
If they look like spheres on poor quality videos, post a poor quality video showing exactly that effect rather than, 3 pointless videos of what are,
quite obviously, birds.
There are times i detect a certain cultural arrogance on this forum. There is a definite hint of... "oh it's Mexico/Bongo Bongo land, they don't
have education, technology, tv, whatever down there ". "So this big white man's magic must scare the poor dears"
The truth is, people the world over, no matter how sophisticated they think they are, are prone to bouts of *mass hysteria*. If one person is
convinced there is something weird in the sky, everyone tends to think something, that might well have a prosaic solution, is weird as well. No matter
that, as an individual, they might well spot exactly what it actually is .
What we don;t know about these videos is what came first. Did people see something strange and then someone began to take footage. Or, did the person
mistakenly identify something normal, through a camera view finder and then shouted. "There is something weird in the sky" and others then,
expecting to see something strange, "confirmed" it.
It is claimed that, with the Fatima incident many, who were not religious saw a clear disc shape as everyone else saw the apparition of a woman they
thought to be Mary. That is people, tend to project their own core beliefs onto the, seemingly, unknown.
The probable truth about footage such as this is that. No matter what people really saw, some will always say they were misidentified birds and
others will insist it's the aliens. The footage simply isn't of a quality to determine exactly, what the objects were.