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Originally posted by rcanem
Now while these objects do tend to rotate around one another the always keep their triangular pattern, and while they do appear to be effected by the wind in relation to each other, it doesn't pose a problem for the camera man to keep up with,. So for all practical purpose they are stationary. Although my gut tells me these are Mylar balloons tied to a triangular frame and suspended from a line of some kind, it does not explain how two more can just appear out of nowhere. Intriguing...
Originally posted by MavRck
Balloons? I didn't realize balloons could float stationary in turbulent air flow. I am also curious how they got the 4th and 5th "balloons" to magically appear in such strange relation to the other three "balloons" ... and so bright?
Originally posted by wlffmn27
For most of the video they just seemed like three balloons tied together. When they separated but continued to keep their triangular shape I thought it was weird but nothing "extraterrestrial". What really made think that these might not just be some yellow balloons was when two more appeared out of nowhere toward the end of the video. I'm not really sure about this though because it could definitely go either way. For all we know someone was having a party and a couple of balloons were let loose.
Originally posted by surfnow2
reply to post by surfnow2
is it possible there were more then two balloons. just because we only see two balloons then some more doesnt mean they werent there before. i feel UFOs exist but I dont feel these are UFOs at all.