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In the videos, there’s an extreme zoom ... a distance/size ratio of over 100. In these conditions a specular, convex surface would appear as a luminous point, as the reflected light would be scattered.
The conclusion is that the objects must be straight or just slightly bent specular reflectors, in a situation where they reflect light directly to the observer..
Originally posted by KIZZZY
Summer and springtime in Turkey, 2007, 2008 and 2009 these UFOs
appeared in the same place? I really don't know so I am asking: "Is that
Originally posted by Lupelius
Hello friends. I've been a long time observer on this site and this is my first time posting. The reason why I decided to write on this specific topic is because I own a beach house in Kumburgaz and have spent all my summer vacations in that town for the past 30 yrs.
I can't comment on this specific case but anybody who lives in this region is pretty accustomed to UFOs. There have been some incredible sightings over the years and the villagers who live a couple kms inland will tell you all kinds of stories ranging from UFO landings on their crops to giant ships reaching incredible speeds in the night sky. Some summers, it gets so intense that I invite my buddies to join me in my balcony for drinks and to catch UFOs throughout the night.
I've always wondered why this place is so active in terms of UFOs. I guess no one can answer that question but I do want to let you all know about a geological anomoly in this region. There's a place about 10 kms from Kumburgaz. In this little town, there's a hill that's pretty steep. When you drive to that hill, you can stop your car at the bottom and even turn it off and the car will start going uphill by itself. Same thing goes for water. I can't even speculate the reasons for this anomoly but I would be curious to know if there was any connection. Unfortunately, we'll probably never know. Good day to you all.