posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 09:37 PM
Appreciate your thoughts Tesla, but there is a very low chance of this video being 'real'. Unless the original has been altered to look fake, which
is just a bit out there.There's other evidence out there regarding how real this one is, too I believe.
Regarding the video experts 'issue', I tend to believe a lot of these types of posts could be summed up by a person saying TL;DR. It just seems the
'go to' statement for persons that can't be bothered researching and creating a response.
By all means have an opinion, but accusing a person of self professed expertism when they've provided you with genuine information is just rude. I
realise, Redoubt, that you do believe this item is fake ... but there's nothing 'expert' about noting how our atmosphere effects an object and how
this video violates those rules. It's just helpfulish information.
As for credentials for UFO hunting ... When the police require forensic work done they go to an image professional. When lawyers require forensic work
done, they go to an image professional. When mining surveyers require work done, they go to an image professional. It's a fairly obvious pattern; UFO
study isn't any different. An image professional might specialize in this type of thing, but that isn't a UFO qualification.
Teaching someone the full history of UFOs and the like isn't going to alter anything.
I don't support persons that throw their weight around, but the whole 'self professed expert' cop out post is just as lazy as the person that tries
to use their credentials to back up an opinion or observation.
It's just more noise.