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Several recent, popular UFO videos shot in Guangzhou and spread on the internet have generated discussion amongst netizens, the Yangcheng Evening News reports.
Most of the UFO footage was shot near the Cencun village in Guangzhou. The first was uploaded onto the internet last September, which presented a seemingly off-white unidentified flying object with multiple propellers, flashing above the sky of Cencun and disappearing after 24 seconds.
One year later, in August of this year, two similar UFO videos from different shooting angles popped up on the internet, which have stirred heated discussion and technical analysis.
Originally posted by BIGPoJo
reply to post by predator0187
No need for a discussion, its obviously CGI. I will see if I can find a good example of one worth discussing.
Originally posted by Violater1
In the first video, the hoaxer blurs the arm of the street post lamp as the perspective of the ship, and movement of the car change, CGI.
The second CGI video, the reflection is rotating in the opposite direction. Fake, Hoax.edit on 1-9-2011 by Violater1 because: (no reason given)
Not a Tesla ship so it can't be a cartel ship held by international ownership that can't give up the overunity technology of the ether physics of Tesla. teslaandlyne 1 sec ago