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What the...What was That? UFO spotted in LIVE NBC News SkyCam at Fort Worth, TX

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posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 04:43 AM
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Hi,

I am pretty sure if you clear up the vid and then slow mo you will se it is a group of fireflyes flying around in loops.

Thanks,




posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 04:49 AM
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What we need to convince everyone is very simple. An invasion.



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 04:51 AM
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Originally posted by Jay-morris
So, please answer the question. If this is a bug, then why don't we see this more than once? If it is a bug, then these should be quite common on the cam.


Who says it's not common? This is like a 2 second clip. Plus, the higher, the fewer. From all accounts this camera is high up.



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 04:52 AM
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I don't think this is a bug because the object looks to ricochet off the atmosphere.... bug movements are more winding and smooth..



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 04:58 AM
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Hey all,

WOW!! 13 pages! Hot stuff! Well, it seems I may be a borderline "special person in the cloud", as I am not sure it is a bug. Nor am I sure it is an alien spacecraft. It IS, however, an unidentified flying object. As it has not been conclusively identified.

Here is why I do not think it is a bug:

www.youtube.com...

From this video (as someone kindly posted above) we see moths and bugs being attracted to the light. Now, if the camera used for the film was lit from behind, would we not get masses of bugs like this? Not just one, lost, solitary little bug who happens to be a touch camera shy and runs a mile when it realizes its on the news? Where are all his mothy mates? Surely a news camera would know that if they put a camera on a building, then stuck a light behind it, all they would film is a new version of David Attenbourghs "Life of Insects" or somesuch.

Saying all this, I cannot give a debunk for a flying saucer, other than, erm...... I don't think it is one. Which is admittedly rubbish.

Just my 2 pence woth (no cents here in the UK)

CC



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 05:03 AM
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Originally posted by OMsk3ptic

Originally posted by Jay-morris
So, please answer the question. If this is a bug, then why don't we see this more than once? If it is a bug, then these should be quite common on the cam.


Who says it's not common? This is like a 2 second clip. Plus, the higher, the fewer. From all accounts this camera is high up.


This is what im trying to say. Where are the other clips that show that this is common. I gather this is a cam that everyone can view. If so, then why is this the only footage we have . If it was bugs, and their would be plenty of bugs that pass by that camera a night, that it would not be hard to get more footage of the same thing. In fact, it should be easy!

It annoys me that people come to conclusions, even when they don't make sense, just because they don't like to leave things unexplained. But hey, thats belief for ya!



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 05:11 AM
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Probably just a reflection off the glass of a near by door that was opened.



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 05:31 AM
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Hey now I've only posted them twice... so far...




posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 05:36 AM
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Don't know if it had anything.to do with this.but there its supposedly a heightened military alert out to all the bases from a terror attack at fort bliss



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 05:56 AM
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Originally posted by MCL1150
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I don't think this is a bug because the object looks to ricochet off the atmosphere.... bug movements are more winding and smooth..


Not when they are excited by light, moths especially fly erratically often head butting the light source in their mesmerised way.

Also as said by someone else, there's only one bug seen here but in a 2 second looped clip what did people expect.

People are desperate to read oh so much more into this than is in front of them.

Night time
Light source
Camera
Moths
Moth goes into light while flying down close to the camera
Moth comes out of light beam and appears to have vanished but actually just isn't illuminated any more.

I'd love it to be an alien craft but you know what, sometimes what you see is all there is...Creating unsupported additional claims or idea's just seems daft to me.
edit on 28-7-2011 by Mclaneinc because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 06:01 AM
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Interesting to read all the replies and theories put forward.

I really don't know for sure. But it doesn't much look like a bug to me.



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 06:03 AM
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Doesnt look like a bug to me... looks more like a heat seeking missile or something similar.... maybe one was fired but then it's course altered???

Has me bugged!!



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 06:08 AM
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Hey again,

Just to re-iterate, I do not think it is an alien craft, but I'm fairly certain it isn't a moth or bug.




Also as said by someone else, there's only one bug seen here but in a 2 second looped clip what did people expect.


It is not just this small loop of camera that I am refering to. The news company wouldn't put a light up behind a camera as it would attract swarms of bugs ALL the time, in fact it would be a real unexplained mystery if we found evidence of a particular lit camera that only attracted one bug in a 2 second loop. The field of view would be so poor and obscured by bugs that it wouldn't be worth obtaining footage from. I just cannot see how this one speck is a moth or bug attracted to a back light. I am not sure the camera would even have a back light for the above reasons.

Saying this, film and video and the lights used are in no way my area of expertise, so please feel free to flame me!

3, 2, 1, GO!

CC



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 06:12 AM
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Looks like a firefly or something to me.

Just my opinion thought,i might be wrong.

Cheers



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 06:15 AM
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Originally posted by SevenStarrz
Interesting to read all the replies and theories put forward.

I really don't know for sure. But it doesn't much look like a bug to me.


In what way?

We know its small for a fact

We know it was close to the camera

We know it was close to the light.

How?

Because the item was illuminated by the light by the camera, it very clearly enters the light beam and then exits the same light beam, as its not a mega powerful light it would have only illuminated what was pretty close to the camera.

So its flying, small and near the light...

And you rule out bug / moth...How?

I'm not being rude, I'm using the facts as seen and common sense.



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 06:22 AM
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Not when they are excited by light, moths especially fly erratically often head butting the light source in their mesmerised way.

Also as said by someone else, there's only one bug seen here but in a 2 second looped clip what did people expect.

People are desperate to read oh so much more into this than is in front of them.

Night time
Light source
Camera
Moths
Moth goes into light while flying down close to the camera
Moth comes out of light beam and appears to have vanished but actually just isn't illuminated any more.

I'd love it to be an alien craft but you know what, sometimes what you see is all there is...Creating unsupported additional claims or idea's just seems daft to me.


I understand when you say "People are desperate to read oh so much more into this than is in front of them" But thats not the case with some people. Some people, like me will not fall for the rather stupid explanations with no evidence, nor believe that this is something to do with ET.

Just like believers, who want to label everything as ET, de-bunkers are pretty much the same when it comes to belief. No one has really answered my questions, but they still keep on saying its a bug or something, and i find this quite sad.

Where is the evidence that this is a bug. Surely there would be countless of these things that pass by the cam, esp if there is a light source. There would be hundreds in one night alone. So, a bug is not very likely, and not very logical.



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 06:22 AM
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There are two meteor showers happening this week. Most likely the cause. LINK


Experts are predicting a "celestial traffic jam" in the sky this week. As we gear up for the year's best-known shooting-star event, the annual Perseid meteor shower, another event, the Delta Aquarid meteor shower, may prove more spectacular.



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 06:22 AM
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Originally posted by CrazyCloud
Hey again,

Just to re-iterate, I do not think it is an alien craft, but I'm fairly certain it isn't a moth or bug.




Also as said by someone else, there's only one bug seen here but in a 2 second looped clip what did people expect.


It is not just this small loop of camera that I am refering to. The news company wouldn't put a light up behind a camera as it would attract swarms of bugs ALL the time, in fact it would be a real unexplained mystery if we found evidence of a particular lit camera that only attracted one bug in a 2 second loop. The field of view would be so poor and obscured by bugs that it wouldn't be worth obtaining footage from. I just cannot see how this one speck is a moth or bug attracted to a back light. I am not sure the camera would even have a back light for the above reasons.

Saying this, film and video and the lights used are in no way my area of expertise, so please feel free to flame me!

3, 2, 1, GO!

CC


No flames..

As seen from the camera's view it is very high up, most normal bugs would not venture that far up as they survive by using the ground based area to live and eat from, there's no reason for most to go up high, even a light source.

I'd imagine the light is just there to point out the camera's position as opposed to it being used as a light source to illuminate for filming needs.

I'd also expect that most location cams don't have lights on them and that the fact this one did is why there was a moth of some sort 'buzzing' it.

As said, the size has to be determined as small due to reasons I've posted twice...The same sort of size as a moth perhaps...



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 06:26 AM
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In what way?

We know its small for a fact

We know it was close to the camera

We know it was close to the light.

How?

Because the item was illuminated by the light by the camera, it very clearly enters the light beam and then exits the same light beam, as its not a mega powerful light it would have only illuminated what was pretty close to the camera.

So its flying, small and near the light...

And you rule out bug / moth...How?

I'm not being rude, I'm using the facts as seen and common sense.


How the hell do you know its close to the camera? And how the hell do you know it was illuminated by the light by the camera? You don't know that, you are just guessing. You speak for yourself, and not me. You are not using facts, you are using your belief to try and find an explanation, and basically proving my point.



posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 06:29 AM
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Originally posted by Jay-morris
So, a bug is not very likely, and not very logical.


As opposed to it being logical that its an intelligently controlled craft of small size or a meteor that only illuminates in the light beam?

Surely the whole point of this being in Alien and UFO is to determine if its native to earth, man made, alien or unrecognised.

At the moment the nearest we can really go is unrecognised surely.

I don't see how a seconds worth of blip in a light source can be anything more fantastic than a bug, I've seen loads of movies on here where people film at night with real lights (ie not night vision) and you see no bugs at all or maybe one.



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