posted on Aug, 23 2011 @ 12:09 AM
Ok, seriously? Use logic here folks.
He's manually controlling a tripod. See the stars jerk about? He also manually tracks it too, keeping it pretty centered, AS IF he knew the flight
path. 1 strike.
Second, if that was a craft, with cloaking, it would be able to bend ALL wavelengths, See the nice chart:
Now check these definitions against the chart: Ultra- and Infra-. Ultra means SIMPLY above and beyond. Infra SIMPLY means below or beneath. Our
limits of seeing as humans range from the 400 to 700 nanometer range. That's it. Wait, actually, it's quite fascinating that we can see at all,
but that's another thread. So what is mystically termed as UV radiation (utoh, better get your sunscreen!) are actually just photons just above the
range of violet light. Accordingly, IR radiation is just below the 700 nm "red" range. To finish, any sufficiently advanced civilization would not
build such a limited style of "cloaking" device, as it only covers 300 nanometers of the wavelength of photons. I would like to think that I, if
able to build such a piece of wonderful technology, would have the foresight to perhaps cover a BIT more of the spectrum. Something that blocks Gamma
Rays, instead of just visible light? Blocking Gamma Rays would come in handy for interstellar travel. Strike 2.
I was bothered by the speed of the craft as well as the scale. He said that you can't see it without the IR flood. Was this it's first pass? He
had the IR turned on when filming, shut it off at the end, so how did he see it BEFORE? Does it circle around all night or what? The size bothered
me, because the closer something is, the bigger it looks, and the further away it is, the smaller it gets, however it travels slower. So something
close would be traveling fast, a lot faster than the speed of that object, and he couldn't track it that well manually. If it was small and close,
it could travel slow enough to track. Something far traveling slow would have to be small, and not big, but clearly we can see the flowers and
hilltop in focus, which proves he wasn't zooming on a far object. He wasn't zooming at all. For an object of that size to be in focus (normal
vision), moving that slowly, it would at least have to be several football fields in diameter. Strike 3. You know what that means.
However, the author of the video did say "Orb". A bubble is an orb. He also stated that we'll have to decide for ourselves what that thing was.
There is no stated intent to deceive, so therefore this is an interesting video.
I've decide the author had his daughter blowing bubbles, and he had his gear out, and said, cool, let's shoot some video of those.....Voila.