reply to post by OneEleven
I have come to the same conclusions...
Here is an animation I made with increased speed:
Most of the objects move in the same direction, same speed, exactly like stars and celestial objects in the sky because of Earth's rotation.
The video creator seems to be pointing at stars and celestial objects, and because of the horrible quality of the video compression, and because of
scintillation, and the fact the stars and celestial objects are moving slowly (time lapse camera), they seem to be "disappearing and reappearing" in
the video, which confuses the video creator. If the video creator was there to witness this in person they would find that the objects were not
"disappearing and reappearing", the horrible quality camera just made it seem that way.
The video creator even claims objects are "moving upwards", however the video is 2D, not 3D. This means the object could possibly be traveling
towards the camera and because of laws of perspective it made it appear to travel upwards. It is most likely an aircraft in time lapse.
The "explosions" are not explosions... they are some type of reflections of light on the camera lens. What you are looking at is time lapse images in
sequence probably taken 10 to 30 seconds apart, not an actual video. Those "explosions" flash on multiple frames then disappear, and because these are
time lapse images, it means the "explosions" were visible for more than 10 to 30 seconds which is not possible. It would also mean the camera has to
snap a picture exactly at the same time of the "explosion", multiple times (which is possible but not probable).
Because the flashes show on multiple frames each, it's more likely that sources of light hit the camera lens for multiple seconds, maybe minutes, and
then the light moved. When played as a video, the time lapse effect made them appear to "flash" light an "explosion".
In that area, there are also several clouds being created and destroyed because of temperature and pressure differences (it happens on all mountain
peaks). The video creator even claimed a few clouds are "UFO's appearing out of nowhere".
The same video creator also catches airplanes in flight. Meteors zipping by in single frames. Then zooms in on Venus and or Jupiter and claims it is
The video creator is either very uneducated in the UFO field, and about nature, and life, and is genuinely confused about what he is seeing. Maybe
blinded by his own excitement and wonder, and sees what he wants to see. Or, this guy is a hoaxer trying to drive any traffic he can to his
You can't have a real conversation with him about it on his YouTube comments section because he will delete your comments and block you from posting
if you don't believe everything in the video is alien. So it is highly suspicious.
edit on 16-12-2010 by gift0fpr0phecy because: (no reason