posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 04:20 PM
Originally posted by Manhater
Sorry not led balloons. You obviously didn't watch the video where that one balloon just happened to zip real fast on the camera, then go into
automatic formation of a triangle. Yeah okay..
Watched it several times and did not see anything resembling a "fast zip." And note that ANY 3 points must form either a triangle or a straight line.
That fact that for some portion of the video, a 4th point lined up with that, proves little.
Interpreted in the context of balloons, the 4th object rose (as balloons do) to reach a more stable altitude relative to its buoyancy. One of the
previous 3 drifted down (or laterally) a bit. None of the objects defy any possible motion of balloons. Balloons in air currents could do what is
shown in the video.
On the other side of the argument, if the zoomed-in details are in fact accurate (rather than focus-related aberration), they are highly unusual in 2
1.) The way the lights appear to be arranged, and to shift interally within the zoomed-in object does not seem probable in either a single balloon or
cluster of balloons.
2.) The zoomed-in object appears to be structured horizontally, and not completely rounded. A single balloon, at least, would not orient itself
So either the zoom-in is a total artifact of the lens of the camera, or the zoomed-in object is a cluster of balloons tied together and weighted so as
to be arranged horizontally, and with LEDs which apparently are set to vary in intensity. Or, it's something entirely different. I'll let the reader
decide the rest for his/herself.
edit on 27-9-2011 by Observer99 because: edit