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Originally posted by Immortalgemini527
Before we even go into what it is,the only thing im going to say is...i have no idea,even im baffled.So what ever you want to say it is,so be it..You wont get an argument out of me this time.
its a probe.
: Umm, it’s a Chinese lantern.
A flare perhaps from the b52
its a hoax.
:it looks like Eric Cartmans Head
its an egg.
it looks like a..'i dont know'
its one of those falling angels.
you idiots ,it was a time capsule, a portal,'you know' one of those beam me up scottie things from star trek.
i hate that show.
Depending on the location,it might of been harrp...or elf comunications...or the other fairy tale names they leave in thier trail of taking over of the world. 'JAPAN'
I honestly think these humans conjured the 13 sign into this realm.
your very Strange immortal,very.
edit on 12-3-2011 by Immortalgemini527 because: (no reason given)edit on 12-3-2011 by Immortalgemini527 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by NiNjABackflip
reply to post by Immortalgemini527
It was flares dropped by military aircraft aiding in a search and rescue in the mountains. I live near there.
Times Colonist Victoria, B.C.
Originally posted by l_e_cox
reply to post by Strype
Didn't you hear what the guys making the video said? The orb vanished when the plane arrived.
Nothing was being implied, it was a direct answer to this:
Originally posted by AsimpleAbstraction
They can be observant and stupid, although I don't mean that's what happened in this case. People's reactions are the result of their personality, so we cannot really know why they reacted like they did. Maybe they had a predisposition to be awed by something like this.
Although indirectly implied; an argument, accusation, or assumption in referral to the situation-dependent reaction of the people in the video(s) of an observant stupidity is obviously non-applicable in the current situation due to environmental familiarity. An unexplainable huge ball of light on your doorstep is obviously going to make most-anyone react that way.
People are observant, not stupid. Why would these [multiple] people be awing over something so simple?
In the same way other people imply that those videos show the same thing, my interpretation is that both videos show an out of focus light. As the light is out of focus we cannot know how big it is or how far away.
Again, implying that both videos were nothing but out-of-focus light sources. My original thought behind the question was referring to "Why is their multiple videos sourcing the [huge abnormal light-source hovering in the air in front of their homes?]"
That happens frequently, probably a side-effect of not being a natural English speaker.
This is obvious, we are just failing to communicate properly.