reply to post by Moose318
1. Thank you Op - this is a most compelling video, and for once a serious articulated piece complete with interesting images. Most of which seem to
show unidentified objects or balls of light (especially those described as moving very fast). The short segment (unfortunately to music!) at about
3.40 minutes in, is probably the best footage I've seen recently.
Originally posted by Moose318
You can also watch it here for your viewing pleasure.
2. Brilliant - (link above)...a full documentary and nothing to pay - thank you for posting this Moose! Obviously there are cases discussed that are
better / worse
3. To those posters who immediately become combative and defensive(???) tasking skeptics to debunk this, or question this, or begging skeptics to
appear and try to comment or disappear forever because of a video... What are you talking about? Being skeptical is a normal human behavior, part of
the human state of mind is to ask questions, to verify and try to prove beyond a reasonable doubt...
I consider myself duly skeptical, as a normal adult, one expects to see or read information and digest this information and question it for validity,
seeking out a level of validation based upon how well stated or obvious the evidence is... in other words if you post something that shows an image of
a rock concert and the video shows a concert arena and a rock star singing to a bunch of people... it is sort of expected data, therefore the only
questions to expect are 'where was this taken' rather than "wtf is that man... is that cgi?' However when one is presented with unusual phenomena...
for example a video showing ball lightning or unusual phenomena then one can quite normally expect somewhat skeptical comments such as ' when did you
take this, did others see it, did the ball lightning leave marks?' but when you present a video of something that shows something that is not the norm
at all... a video of a craft flying at incredible speeds, unusual disc or triangular objects, or green aliens... then honestly you should expect to be
questioned thoroughly... especially if you take a quick look at ATS... Good Grief... yellow dots over New York, bobble headed aliens peering through
windows, mile long UFOs... erm lenticular clouds.
As a skeptic (ie normal person) I come with a healthy amount of doubt having witnessed the amazing lengths that people go to to falsify stuff, put
forth their names to get famous (just think of Bubble Boy for a minute!) etc...
4. This video and the associated websites (see below)...
However this is an unusual video because it is a serious topic, a set of videos and images clearly taken with some serious technology, and by a
University actually studying a phenomena... I have not seen this before and I am duly impressed.
I found this website which looks very interesting:
And then I found this PDF (it's >2MB)
PDF Report from the same site
Both of which seem very old... I'd love someone (with more time than me!) to show us some recent examples/sites etc... discussing this topic.
edit on 18-10-2010 by askbaby because: corrected 2 spelling mistakes and an errant comma (,)
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askbaby because: 2 more silly spelling mistakes... I am a stickler!