reply to post by apodictic
Those are still airplanes, dude. Hate to burst the bubble....of "belief".
First....if I missed it, sorry....but what is doing the recording? Cellphone camera, or a consumer grade videocam?
Second....in the video, the color....do you understand that the color of light the camera records won't always be the same as you view with your naked
eyes? Do you understand why? I ask this, not really for you....since, I presume, YOU actually DID see these of course....in order to A): Know
they were there in the first place and, B): Aim the camera.
With me so far? What I'm getting at is (and not accusing you)....IF you recall seeing them, and that they were really more whitish than
"orangish"....will you admit that? And, admit that, in that video, it is a bit "off" color-wise...and thus, can lead people to "see" something other
than what was reality??
(Remember...in that other thread, about Chicago lights in the sky....started just yesterday....THAT
YouTube video version showed very, very
bright WHITE lights. It is undeniable).
One more thing.....I really didn't see any need to sit through the entire 9+ minutes of watching airplanes that are more than 20 to 30 miles away, as
they approach an airport....(Been there, Done that
too many times to count). BUT, even in four minutes of viewing, you can see that their
positions change!!! Which, is what you'd expect, now that we know what they actually are!!
BTW...added thought. DURING that second video recording....did you bother to go to www.flightaware.com...
by any chance?? I
mean....you could have used that website to actually connect
the fact that the airplanes you were looking at were ALSO on radar, and
displayed on Flight Aware....right???
edit on 19 February 2011 by weedwhacker because: (no reason given)