By now, I'm assuming that the majority of you have watched the video taken last week of some kind of aerial phenomenon that occurred just off the
California coast. Despite many theories being thrown around, so far no clear cut, undeniable and indisputable explanation has been proffered to
explain this phenomenon.
Now to the best of my knowledge, and please anyone correct me if I'm mistaken, but there is only ONE
source of visual evidence currently
available of this phenomenon ... a video clip. This video clip was allegedly taken by a KCBS employee aboard a traffic reporting helicopter. I have
used the term "alleged" because I believe that I can provide convincing evidence that there may have in fact been TWO
separate video sources
taken of the phenomenon that were for some unknown reason, and deliberately
, then combined and claimed to be the ONLY ACTUAL
taken from that KCBS helicopter.
In the following series of images, I'm going to display an initial frame from the alleged video clip showing the object in flight at a considerable
distance from the helicopter. Then I'll show a series of additional frames where the person recording begins to zoom in on the object.
Ok, here's the initial frame ...
Now here are a series of frames zooming in ...
Now the reason for displaying the zooming in process was firstly to show clearly and indisputably that at no time did the helicopter change height
significantly ... in fact, there seems to be no indication of ANY height changes at all ... and secondly, to show that at no point did any scenery,
buildings or any other artifact come between the helicopter and the object to obstruct the line of sight recording. Also bear in mind that the
helicopter was facing the open ocean during the entire recording of the event.
Ok, having demonstrated that the helicopter had unobstructed line of sight to the flying object - which appeared to be at an altitude above that of
the helicopter and possibly climbing and the fact that to the best of my knowledge there is only a SINGLE
video source being claimed (by
station KCBS) ... I'm now going to display 2 frames taken from that KCBS video clip, then I'm going to overlay one frame on top of the other frame.
I've chosen these 2 particular frames because there is a very easily identified common point where the object passes through what I presume to be a
cloud bank. This gives us a very specific frame of reference for comparison. I've indicated this common point in both frames.
Here's the 1st frame looking out over the ocean towards the object ...
Here's the 2nd frame showing the same common point but in this frame, notice the sudden appearance of a tree covered hill directly in front of
and extending above
the line of sight of the person making the recording !
Now, to clearly prove that there were 2 recordings
made concurrently of the object's flight path, here's an overlay of
the above 2 frames.
You can see that there's a distinct and unarguable difference in flight paths beginning from the reference point and continuing to diverge as the
In my mind, the divergence in flight paths plus the sudden appearance of a tree covered hill clearly shows that there exist at least 2 separate
recordings of the incident.
Now, the questions needs to be asked (and unfortunately I don't have an answer) as to why we, the public, are being continuously misled into believing
that there is only a single source of video evidence (from KCBS) regarding the incident ... and why KCBS merged the clip taken by their traffic
helicopter and that of the 2nd video source and then claimed it was completely
taken by their traffic helicopter and the ONLY AVAILABLE
Edited to add:
Just occurred to me ... if there IS a 2nd video source, then who took it and how did KCBS become aware of it and manage to get their hands on it
edit on 17/11/10 by tauristercus because: (no reason given)