posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 10:17 AM
Well after reading all i could on the subject (including the original russian analysis), and watching all the vids i can safely give my constructive
opinion. Before that though i have to mention that the "this is fake", "obviously CGI", "oh its a balloon or kite" arguments are even worse than the
people believing blindly that this is in fact an UFO. What happened to constructive, and based opinions, because at the end of the day this is all
that i can be... opinion. Even the original "debunking" didn't say it was at all fake, the person who posted links to read the original analysis
obviously can't read or just skimmed the text, nowhere on that analysis did the analysers scream fake.
Personally i find it hard to believe but not because i can prove it is or isn't fake, i just find it hard to believe because of the sheer magnitude of
the thing. Now i've watched all the debunking vids and analysis vids on this and both that say it is and isn't have relatively valid reasons to say
what they do, this just leads to conclude that it is an open subject. With governments speeding up their disclosure programs, and sighting being more
numerous now-a-days i look at this stuff with an open mind. As with anything people need to be open minded, 90% of every physical truth is a theory
derived from a hypothesis, now if you think that hypothesis comes from hypothetical, what does this tell you? They come up with a hypothetical law,
this hypothesis gets a lot of followers in the scientific community, then it is promoted to theory. Again this is all foggy, because the assumption
that turned it into a theory might not even be valid. This all to say that whether you believe is just as justified, than if you don't. Because the
conclusions on both sides of the fence are just as foggy.
edit on 3-6-2011 by kherberos because: (no reason given)