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Originally posted by TrueBrit
Originally posted by solipsism
I took these photographs and video footage of the same phenomena, on the same night in Glasgow Scotland (14th November 2010)
A few points first;
1. It's definitely not Venus
2. It's definitely not Sirius (Sirius is easy to locate)
3. It's in the same spot all the time so isn't another planet from our solar system
4. It moves and changes colour
5. It's not Acturus either
Debunkers are welcome but I've been watching this thing for almost a year now every night Video link below.
The only thing I can say about this post is that points 3 and 4 are somewhat mutualy exclusive. Either its in the same spot all the time or it moves . Its one, or its the other. It really cannot physicaly go both ways. The colour changing Im familiar with however. Red blue white, red blue white, on and on , over and over. Its not as if this is a new phenomenon, if its what I think it is. People have been on about it for freakin ages, and no one agrees on it. That disagreement is partly due to people not trusting anyone, either the astronomers trusting the motives of the people who ask them about it, or the people wondering what it is not trusting the astronomers.
Originally posted by jexmo
reply to post by skywatch
Easy tiger. I believe, just not sure on this paticlular thread. We don't always try and debunk everything. Your not going to change anything by getting irrate.
Could you possibly provide us with something to back up your theory? Were all happy to listen
Originally posted by Mclaneinc
I'd love to say it's more than a star but I can't because what's been filmed looks like a star, acts like a star etc. The second video shows the same, sadly the focus is off and shows a blue ball which is not what the camera is actually seeing, at time the focus is right and you can see its a tiny dot of light.
Trying to add some celestial hocus pocus really like adding the song does not help, if anything it serves to annoy the watcher.
Originally posted by jexmo
reply to post by solipsism
lol well i didnt say jupiter...I said saturn
I am somewhat undecided on the issue tbh. My post about Saturn was merely another option. I was just putting it out there but its been completely ignored so I'm guessing I must have been way off which is strange as this is the time of year Saturn is most visible.
Still might be our little grey friends.
Originally posted by EarthOccupant
I agree with your last post very much.
The proof of burden is not only with you, you provide an object, location and movie samples, they provide ... eehm.. what do they provide?
Sometimes things are just unexplainable at the time being.
And besides that, you would be surprised how many people rather "die" then admitting they are wrong or ignorant. Funny thing is that especially debunkers, people rusted into the conventional believes seems to have trouble with.
Originally posted by xiphias
It's the Anti-Christ!
Quickly, nuke India, for all great American justice!
Originally posted by noisemedia
I cant be the only one who feels like cheesy music almost always destroys the video's credibility.
Its almost like you needed to add a soundtrack to make it easier for people to "believe".
You know this already, it has been pointed out as well, but Ill say it again so hopefully it will begin to sink in. The movement you're talking about is due to camera shake. Makes all kinds of funky shapes.
As far as your video is concerned, there is absolutely nothing to go on there. Nothing at all. Well, nothing other than some spooky music to set the mood just right.
I really applaud your efforts but I dont believe what you're seeing is anything other than another star or planet. You are welcomed to believe what you must and if it makes you feel better than go with it. There are many others around here willing to jump right in there with you.
Originally posted by VirtualParadise
I replied on youtube earlier, forgot that it linked directly from here lol
Anyway, it's definitely not Saturn, it's not even in our skies at the mo. Even though not normally visible to the naked eye, Uranus happens to be inbetween Jupiter and the Moon at the moment - www.skyviewcafe.com... (European Region) - just putting it out there, but as I only found out about it from this thread this morning I'm going to keep an eye on it tonight if the clouds clear lol, and I guess we shall see ;-)
Checked out the images from your previous thread you posted and even though most of them weird shapes from obvious slight camera shake, you definitely can't deny there's some weird colouring going on there!