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Originally posted by AliciaJacob
reply to post by phishyblankwaters
Because ive seen them come out of thin air! Turn from tiny balls of light into massive planes, hover in one spot, go backwards, sideways, etc, and also disappear! I presume this is one in the daylight!
Yes, here's an example of a UFO that "hovers", so it can't be a plane, right? This is a common mistake, not to mention it doesn't look much like a plane (at least not for a while after it "pops into existence"):
Originally posted by toreishi
planes facing you or moving away from you will often look to be stationary blobs of light-colored/shiny objects, the same way that you can't judge how fast a car is moving if it's headed in your direction and you're looking at its headlights. i hope you get the idea.
..when you're out and about with your camcorder looking to film geniune UFO footage, look twice - coz it's easy to make a mistake man!