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(UFO) Arthur C. Clarke Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic

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posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 11:06 PM

Originally posted by freelance_zenarchist

Originally posted by eriktheawful

I'm not saying that he's hoaxing anything because he rotated the camera. Again, he may have just been re-orientated himself while taking the video. As many times as I have phtographed the night sky, I can tell you it get's difficult and uncomfortable to film something straight over head.

I wouldn't have argued with that, but then I looked at the YoutTube users name and it's JohnLenardWalson, so the possibility of intent to deceive just went up. He's famous for faking space videos with some kind of magic telescope.

Thanks for pointing out that the video is by Walson. I don't know if he has been proven a hoaxer but I did a search for my threads and found this one from 2008:

Proving John Walson wrong about lunar "intelligent activity" - Part 1, page 1

posted on Feb, 29 2012 @ 11:56 PM

Originally posted by eriktheawful
Camera was rotated. Possible that who ever was recording was trying to get into a better position.

Yup it was rotated and the cameraman is our old friend John Lenard Walson...

Not sure how yawl missed that
Seems he has a new techniques now

oops take that back freelance_zenarchist did

edit on 29-2-2012 by zorgon because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 12:20 AM
I believe the camera is rotated. When I first watched the video, I thought, Why is he turning the camera like that, (Maybe to get a better vantage point) I waited for the "Orb" to change direction during the rest of the never did.
After reading more replys, my suspicions where confirmed when others questioned that point in the video. The rotation starts at about the 1:12 mark and ends at about 1:24. About the time it would take to make a satellite look like it was changing directions.
Also, if you noticed at the first of the video, about the .15 mark, the camera turns to the right. For a second or so you can see the moon, which appears bright and "fuzzy with light." If the cameras night vision does that to the moon, would it not have the same effect on a satellite or the ISS?
Just my thoughts.....

Also, its nice to see a video without the 'music' and cheesy opening. I hate that kind.

posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 05:07 AM
reply to post by zorgon

I try to go into looking at something without considering the source right away, to to give someone or something the benefit of the doubt first. Unless it's ADG....uhm, those guys.....sorry, but I'll admit I'm a bit biased about anything they put out.

If I can't see anything wrong with what they are presenting, then next I'll look at the source. If they are a proven hoaxer, then wow, they should get a job doing FX.

If they are not a proven hoaxer, and I can't find fault with the presentation, that I'll admit they've found something that can't be explained away (in a mundane, traditional sense).
edit on 1-3-2012 by eriktheawful because: spelling

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