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Originally posted by roughycannon
Well if this is anything like the phoenix lights then its nothing really interesting then....
Originally posted by Zeer0
I dont care what anyone says these people know what they saw. They didnt see flares, even the Governor said in the "I Know What I Saw" documentary said flares dont act that way. Explain the Triangle Craft saw throughout the state. I would love to hear someone say a bird.edit on 10-8-2011 by Zeer0 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by tarifa37
Originally posted by W3RLIED2
There ya go, that's some pretty clear footage, do you think the formation of these lights is these orbs flying together?
Im sorry to burst your ba. oh you get the idea.
Originally posted by flexy123
fastwalkers = bats
And even birds WOULD move like that. Have you never seen birds catching insects? How can you even remotely say that "birds dont fly like that".....makes me assume you never saw sparrows/small fast birds....
Originally posted by Lost_Mind
reply to post by Gwampo
Dont be foolish, they dont "glow"! Like anything else that flies above a source of light at night, they reflect, and very brightly under NV conditions.
Really? You dont know this?
ETA: And that goes for whoever starred you as well...
edit on 10-8-2011 by Lost_Mind because: (no reason given)
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University out of Prescott confirmed that seven of its Cessna 172 planes refueled at the Kingman Airport between 8 and 10 p.m. Thursday.
The planes are part of the university's "Flight Exploration" summer camp, where students between the ages of 14 and 18 get a chance to pilot aircraft under the watch of certified instructors.
And as far as "orbs" goes, they are an obtuse way to give a manufactured descriptor to something someone doesn't want to do further research on, on the fear that the continuing research will only reveal something mundane, like dust or a plane on approach or dirty lenses and out of focus flash-lit bugs, balloons etc... Its lazy, self limiting thinking...