posted on Sep, 8 2011 @ 03:06 AM
I don't think this has been covered in the thread so far...
Raise your hand if you have been to an outdoor sporting event where field lighting is used, such as a night time football or baseball game.
These light are extremely bright and they attract thousands upon thousands of insects, as well as bats and possibly other flying creatures.
If you have ever seen a video recording from a camera that is not positioned properly, such as a parent recording a high school event, then the
insects are absolutely visible by the thousands.
The camera that recorded the video in question is very high in the stadium and just below the stadium lighting. Aiming the camera toward the sky on
the opposite side of the stadium causes more light than usual to be picked up and recorded. Because of this the ability and probability of seeing an
insect or other winged creature grows tremendously.
It would be way too easy for this camera to pick up a flying insect that has been illuminated by the massively powerful stadium lights, where normally
the flying thing would be un noticeable.
Also, with the powerful lighting illuminating a creature, it can easily distort the perception of where the object actually is in the sky. I medium
sized insect can look many times larger when exposed to such incredibly strong beams of light and being closer to the camera while in flight can make
the insect seem to be moving at tremendous speeds.
Has anyone ever gone outside your house when the flood lights are on and there are hundreds of moths and other insects swarming the lights? Did you
notice how huge the moths seem when they are illuminted by the flood lights?
I am not saying that this is the definitive answer to what we are seeing in this video, but is many times more likely than being witness to a UFO in
these same conditions.