posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 01:34 PM
Mods - feel free to delete this post if you want. I will not be posting on ATS again, though. So, no worries...
Anyways the lively ATS thread about the "hoax" - in which HOaxKiller on YouTube and the ATS site owner were participating in - was deleted a few
nights ago, no explanation. A new thread went up asking about where the old one went. No mods/debunkers replied. Next day, thread reappeared. No
explanation. I asked what happened...a mod said someone on ATS 'accidentally' deleted it. Now, the thread has been closed. I got a strange vibe from
the mods/debunkers I was debating, and I was even accused of being part of hoax and even "warned" by ATS site owner, just for disagreeing.
Other sites have gone down or stopped working for me, related to this incident. This is not the only one.
I have been researching the Jerusalem UFO incident from day 1. I believe it's most likely a hoax, based on the evidence. However, the evidence isn't
as conclusive and perfect as the media has been saying. HoaxKiller1 on YouTube, I believe, is the one who got the ball rolling on the first 2 videos
being faked...based on motion tiling. However, no professional has been interviewed about any of it. I've tried to get some professional video
analysis on it done, but so far, no luck getting responses from people on web/Linkedin who claim to understand that sorta stuff. My step brother has
professional video editing experience and he says the original YouTube video is not sufficient for analysis.
Anyways, hoax or not. Marketing stunt or not. The incident was not by any means properly investigated in the media, although the media reported in
unison that it was some some big, for-sure confirmed hoax - pretty much based on the analysis from armatures on sites like ATS. Only one video needs
to be real for the case to still have legs, considering potential for counter intelligence.
Go ahead and be critical of me, I'm not going to be posting here again. Just don't trust everything you hear, guys, especially on ATS. Think for
yourself. If the original video that you saw, the one that initially was reported as "best ufo sighting ever" looked real to you, and you don't
understand video analysis in a technical way, keep an open mind. If you *do* understand video analysis and you think it's all a hoax --> different
story, I will not question you.
But until we get some simple professional video analysis done, which really should be easy to get guys!!!, we can't rule out anything 100%. Consider
this: if it's true that the original videos aren't sufficient enough for analysis, which is what my very objective video expert step brother
suggested...you wouldn't see a single professional anywhere on the web debunking OR confirming it. So, all we've got is amateur analysis that for
some reason the media and the people are taking as fact.