reply to post by Human_Alien
I don't disagree with you that, if these are real alien spacecraft, the man may or may not have any compulsion to film better, clearer pictures.
Some folks are like that.
I for one, especially if I were having repeat experiences, would want to have some kind of clear, unambiguous, hard copy proof, for myself, just to
ensure myself that what I experienced or saw wasn't some trick of light, or brain hiccup, whether or not I told or didn't tell anyone.
On the other hand, counter to your statement, why film 430 something ambiguously vague blobs of light and go through the trouble of posting these
blobs of light online as well as tagging them as UFOs piloted by aliens?
If it wasn't of any importance to the man, why film and post anything at all?
Since he's gone through this much trouble, it just stands to reason he'd have a light bulb over the head moment and do something along the lines of
trying to get better documentation, especially if, as he says, he wants to make a film about his his supposed interactions.
This part is a bit more off topic, but, you keep mentioning Meier, this last time as being humble. My personal thoughts are that he's a hoaxer. I
do, however, have tons of respect for the man's work, all his writing, and the huge amount of effort he's put into his organization. He makes a
tidy sum with Full FIGU membership costing $600/year with a requirement for members to work his farm. It's very Huck Finn, getting people to pay him
to white wash his fence. Just say'n.
Back to this fellow in Turkey, I've not said this was NOT a genuine UFO.
I've stated that I do not think it's ISS, nor Jupiter, or Venus, and that highest likelihood was probably that it is a plane.
If the man has collected 430 something videos, all of ambiguous blobs of light, then, kudos for the man being really good and consistent in his
endeavors to film ambiguously vague blobs of light.
If he genuinely wants to make a film to document his claimed experiences involving UFOs and aliens, then, he can rent really decent equipment fairly
cheap with the knowledge that he's having ongoing experiences and won't have to rent it for very long to get much better footage.