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Originally posted by Urantia1111
hey does anyone know if the faa regulates (seems like they would) the rate of strobe on these aircraft lights? just one more bit of info that could be considered in these 'its a plane' vs 'it is not a plane'-style debates. ie if some unknown craft on a video just happens to be strobing at precisely the government-mandated blinks/min, it would serve to strengthen the 'terrestrial origin' side of that particular argument. pilots? atc? anybody?
I'd like to thank the Aliens for this one........
Originally posted by illumin8ed
In this video it shows 2 blinks every second which is 60 double blinks per minute. So they are standard F.A.A. lights.
Originally posted by markymint
Aye, the mods move threads when they're definitely faked, why don't they change the titles of threads when they've been "solved" by forum members, this one should be: Solved: Little blinky UFO IS PLANE.