posted on Dec, 2 2010 @ 06:35 PM
reply to post by russ1969
I've reviewed the video after reading your comments, and I can appreciate where you are coming from. I guess the only way to be sure is to locate and
examine the same evidence the original publisher used.
I've no issue with you offering suggestions, the word 'hoax', however, I felt was an overstatement given that no real proof was offered to concur
the accusation. He may be yanking our chain here but unless it can be proved it is no more substantial than the information in the video.
Perhaps you might feel inclined to prove that the shadows from the 'cables' are deliberately doctored and misleading, if this is so, then the word
'hoax' will be applicable, but not until then.
Regarding the comment about the perception of a 'wobbling' world, again it's a valid point but you must also consider that according to
''The speed at which the earth spins varies upon your latitudinal location on the planet. If you're standing at the north pole, the speed is almost
zero but at the equator, where the circumference of the earth is greatest, the speed is about 1,038 miles per hour (1,670 kph). The mid-latitudes of
the U.S. and Europe speed along at 700 to 900 mph (1125 to 1450 kph).''
I gather you're from the U.S.A. . Let me ask you something, do you feel the 'effects' of moving at 700 to 900mph?
Like I said, I'm not here to defend the video only to provide information but I will take responsibility for this post.
On a personal note, regarding the reality of U.F.O.s, one is preaching to the choir.
I appreciate your comments.