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Originally posted by fleabit
One square mile of rural land can hold more insects than there are humans on the planets. Yes.. there are a lot of bugs out there. It flies like a moth, it has the shape and color of a moth seen flying around at night.. why anyone would claim that they KNOW the camera settings and the lighting amuses me to no end.
I firmly believe in a few things. One, that UFOs are visiting our planet. Two, that is a moth. Three, some people want there to be a smoking gun UFO so badly, they will ignore common sense at every turn, and rebuke every logical explanation, to try to make it so.
Anyone here could take even camera phone footage of a random light, and get a moth that looks very similar to this. Stop trying to twist supposed camera lighting and view distance to suit your needs. It's a flipping moth, holy crap.
What disturbs me more than anything.. is when a solid case like JAL flight 1628 gets literally FOUR PAGES of comments in TWO YEARS, and a video of a moth gets over 10 in a single night.. it's a very sad day.edit on 28-7-2011 by fleabit because: (no reason given)
I am sure you have many.
One square mile of rural land can hold more insects than there are humans on the planets.
The fastest known insect is a dragon fly that has been clocked at 58 kilometres an hour
Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by ExPostFacto
Thanks much for your comments. Nice that you dropped in!
I can say I shared much of the same thought processes.