reply to post by JibbyJedi
This video can't be 100% explained off by natural everyday sky phenomena, but someone will attempt it and not be wrong necessarily, but not
necessarily be correct either. This has to end with a "???" unless more footage of the same event appears to help the evidence dissection process.
Lol I agree 100%. Lets remember that YOU are the only one telling us what it definitely ISN'T. No video like this can ever be explained 100%
a> we weren't there
b> youtube encodes the crap out of videos losing tons of data
c> it's the only available video/angle of the event I can find so far.
the fact remains, if you intend to suggest it's extraterrestrial then you have to start by ruling out the natural things it could be.
Swamp gas ? Nope, as I explained above, it's never swamp gas.
birds? On fire maybe, but no flapping motion
Chinese lanterns, possibly, they to appear to be light, self illuminated objects, floating on air currents.
Balloons with glowsticks or leds, could be, just as logical as Chinese lanterns.
Now see how I said, could be, looks like, maybe? That's a far cry from "Definitely not"
I get your point on the small group bent on disruption, but there are plenty of us that don't immediately jump to extraterrestrials, that honestly
WISH they were. Like me.
P.S: If you think these are chinese lanterns, I urge you to do some personal research on them.
I've launched plenty of them myself. you get absolutely no detail from the video as it's over encoded, all you get is round orbs producing their own
light. I suggest you watch the video again and explain to all of us why they can't possibly be chinese lanterns, they very well could be, it's just
impossible to tell from this video.
ruling things out because you don't like them is not the path to the truth. fox Mulder would roll in his grave, if he were dead.
23-6-2011 by phishyblankwaters because: (no reason given)
I'm just saying it's unusual behavior for lanterns in high winds.
Now we are getting somewhere. The telltale flicker of the candle that actually produces the heat for lift, it's complete absent. Without knowing the
exactly camera and settings used, we can't actually say they aren't flickering, they don't appear to be but that could be related to the camera used
and frame rate recorded.
I'd suggest, if you guys haven't, check out some episodes of "fact or faked" yes, it's a pretty weak show, i know, but they did experiments with
helium balloons with LEDS inside them, which could easily be glow sticks instead.
This would provide exactly what I'm seeing. Objects that appear to be round, floating on air currents from right to left.
I can't say what it is, or what it isn't, but I'm not willing to rule out balloons, or some type of Chinese lantern with a better burning candle.
Anyways, the video is kewl, and the x-files theme seals it for me.
edit on 23-6-2011 by phishyblankwaters because: (no reason given)