reply to post by popsmayhem
While i believe this is more likely than the ET theory, I feel like anyone watching it would be able to track it through it's arc, and maybe even the
impact. My father has worked for a couple of companies that have launched atmospheric research satellites, and you are able to visibly track the
lights from the rocket, even during daytime, for a short while. Allot longer than the 4-5 seconds that is alleged by eye-witnesses. From all the
decent evidence given, i feel comfortable concluding at least one of the 2 alleged events was nothing more than a meteor, as for the other that was
reported to hover for 15 seconds or minutes, memory eludes me, there is simply not enough credible evidence to conclude anything.
The poster of this video has dozens of other purported videos, of ufo's which all appear to be the same featureless white light, which leads me to
believe this poster is just a view's farmer. For those of you who don't know, you can make money from receiving regular and numerous views on videos
that you post to youtube, as you are providing something people will go to in a consistent fashion, so the advertising for the website can be targeted
to these numerous viewers. Jfrissina is one, along with most of the video's posted by anyone with over 100,000 views. These are the people that kill
credibility for the people who have actually seen a UFO, and this practice is disgusting in my honest opinion.
the poster of this video focus's on LA News anchors, i think. Although the video contained inside of the blue, red, and green, color shifting light,
seems to be an object with at least 3 different sides, for 3 different colored lights, flying just over the edge of a highway, in a very tight circle,
and appears to fly back downwards towards the end of the video. It reminds of an experience i had a couple months ago, in which a friend of mine had a
remote control helicopter with the same colored LED's attached to it. We took it out at night to fly it in the parking lot of our condo, and the all
the nearby street lights were blocked out by the tree at the edge of the parking lot (why i loved that place so much), so as soon as the remote
controlled helicopter got about 15-30 feet away, the shape of the helicopter was no longer visible, and all we could really see was the bright lights.
I'm pretty sure it had blue on one side, red on the other, and green on the tail rotor, specifically so it could be flown at night and you would know
how it was oriented. But it wasn't the light that really made me think it was a toy helicopter, rather the tight circle which it flew in, which
pretty much fit the footprint of the helicopter i got to ply with, flying in a 4-6 foot diameter circle. Although i am not a video expert, like
gift0fpr0phecy, i feel comfortable in my conclusion, although i am eager to see any decent evidence surface. However i feel like we are now in a
period where fraudulent videos will be surfacing as soon as they can be made after any widespread UFO claim, so the likelihood of a legitimate video
surfacing while people like jfrissina are making money filling the internets with their garbage is just disappointingly slim.
Watch out for these people by checking the poster, before posting.