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I admit it, I am. But not too much!
And yes, you showed me "evidence" and I'm just not buying it yet due to other things I have read and heard about the case.
So, I choose to stop arguing with you because it's unhealthy and I'd rather much wait to see what happens in this world and see if what Billy's saying actually happens and is real
But, I respect your opinion and see your reasoning but I don't agree. So, lets move on here! And learn about some cool stuff! I am open to all beliefs and opinions and I agree with your reasoning on this case. I think it's a good way to look at these cases.
Originally posted by youthsavior
and I'm almost certain all the "lights in the sky people are claiming to be ufo's" are just anomalies.
Linda Moulton Howe received her 1965 B.A. cum laude in English Literature from the University of Colorado, Boulder. In 1966, Howe was awarded the Stanley Baubaire Scholarship for her Master's Degree work at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California. She received her Masters Degree in Communication from Stanford University in 1968, where she produced a documentary film for the Stanford Medical Center and her Master's Thesis, "A Picture Calculus," at the Stanford Linear Accelerator.
Louis Whitley Strieber is an American writer best known for his horror novels The Wolfen and The Hunger and for Communion, a non-fiction account of his perceived experiences with non-human entities. Strieber also co-authored The Coming Global Superstorm with Art Bell, which inspired the film about sudden climate change, The Day After Tomorrow. He has persisted as a supporter of alternative concept advocates through the Unknown Country website.
Her documentaries included Poison in the Wind and A Sun Kissed Poison which compared smog pollution in Los Angeles and Denver; Fire In The Water about hydrogen as an alternative energy source to fossil fuels; A Radioactive Water about uranium contamination of public drinking water in a Denver suburb; and A Strange Harvest and Strange Harvests 1993, which explored animal mutilation mystery. Another film, A Prairie Dawn, focused on astronaut training in Denver. She has also produced documentaries in Ethiopia and Mexico for UNICEF about child survival efforts and for Turner Broadcasting in Atlanta about environmental challenges in the television series Earthbeat.
Originally posted by elevatedone
Hmmmm lets see.
I see a ufo, I grab my camcorder and start to record and only record 18 seconds....
Originally posted by Abductee001
Using Motion Vectors you can see that there is no movement as the ufo moves behind the trees or when it shoots up into the sky? but when the dog is running back you can clearly see the movement.
This suggests to me that this was just a film of the countryside and a dog, and that the ufo was put in later.
She is also on the UFO Hall of Shame list which says this about her credibility going downhill:
Originally posted by TheSparrowSings
It's already been decided this is a hoax, eh? ...
Not to sure if the second person really credits or discredits this case, but Linda is an investigative journalist who I believe seem credible. She is noted for producing some pretty interesting documentaries...
In other words, she gets involved in too many hoaxes and frauds and now you can add this one to the list of those credibility-damning indiscretions. Maybe she was credible at one point in time, but not any more.
While having been a major player in the cattle mutilation mystery, Howe's credibility has gone way down hill as she sensationalizes everything from mundane animal deaths to promoting Brazilian UFO fraud Urandir Oliveira and the Aztec UFO Crash Hoax while selling alien books, videos and lectures.
No what we expect people to do is try to re-acquire the UFO after it moves out of the camera's field of view instead of continuing to film straight ahead like a zombie, or like the film is a hoax where it was shot in one direction and the object was added later.
Originally posted by lifeform11
yeah same here if it only hung around 10 seconds, i would do the same. what does it prove?
nothing really. nothing at all.
unless you expect people to film 3 hours of nothing after any given sighting.