posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 06:48 AM
Ok , well there are some parts of this video that I find interesting, but there are some things which I feel can be explained by the local
environment in which this footage has been recorded.
Most notable of these would be the flash effects just above the landscape. These are most easily seen in the top right hand corner, of the top left
I believe that some of the flashes may be small discharges of lightning. This area is volcanic , and it is very common for lightning to occur over
such regions, when the particulate count is high enough. The particles released by the volcano can cause friction in the immediate atmosphere, which
builds the static charge until it discharges into the atmosphere. I do not believe that the phenomenon is limited to times when volcanos are acutaly
going through an eruption, so that could explain the flashing effect.
Also, at least some of the airborne activity in the shots is birds. If you look very closely at some of the shots, you can see wing movement from
some of the more mobile objects in the frame.
Of course, there are some elements of the footage, that I cannot personaly vouch for the identity of. One poster refered to one of those elements as
a meteor , and I suppose its possible that it could be space junk, however it could be a myriad of other stuff as well, like a high aircraft in the
distance. Due to the time lapse, it looks faster than it probably actualy was.
Its the immobile specks above the volcano which interest me, since it is clearly to light out for them to be stars, and yet I have no particular
explanation for thier presence, so they may be worth another , more detailed look.