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post by KoolerKing
Are you insane
Originally posted by SaberTruth
Originally posted by healthyscepticYour video simply shows point light sources. The appearance of the dark edges is simply a common artifact of cheap video cameras (actually it's a sensor readout problem combined with compression articfacts). The very same effect is visible as a dark 'halo' around the aeroplane you showed after.edit on 12-5-2011 by healthysceptic because: dam speeling mishtakes
It wasn't the dark areas that caught my attention. ;-)
These "light sources" were in an area where I know there are no towers and these were moving. And if they were reflective balloons they shouldn't have gone in opposite directions. I know how bright the landing lights on military aircraft can be even during the day, but this was far brighter. Many others have taken photos of identical orbs with no sign of wires or wings. Granted my camcorder is low-end, but I've recorded many other aircraft and can easily see the details. Plus there's the orb that was right over my head the next day, as I explained in the text I added to my comment.
Too many differences with normal air traffic, IMHO. As for the jet after the orb section, it has an extremely short tail fin and wings; that's why I recorded it. I do actually look with binoculars and not just the camcorder.
Mr Hill said: 'I've been filming these for a long time and it's just grown to the point where they've let me know, they know I'm sittin' there filming them. 'You know, they come in - every year they've come in closer and closer.'
Originally posted by restless genius
reply to post by gortex
Gortex did you watch all of the vid, at 17:00 mins do you really think thats a plane flashing red green blue and orange.
Originally posted by DerbyCityLights
reply to post by ziggyproductions05
Ok mister high and mighty. I skimmed it the first time but since you are demanding I deny ignorance I watched it all the way through. It's still a damn stationary strobing light miles away from the camera. DENY STUPIDIY!