Originally posted by pla123
reply to post by UFOGlobe
thank you for the images , and you can see in Drdrill´s picture where there are parts when there is absolutelly nothing.... A blank red circle, for
example next to the montains.
Other than the fact that this is not the only time the UFO appears in this footage if this is really a bug like you say, why it keeps coming back ?
Like it is patroling the area ?
My eyes are very well so well that i can see the UFO without having to slow it down . Including the metalic appearence never heard of a METALIC bug
For me this is already a UFO , Assuming this is a craft of somekind I can conclude that it can reach incredible speeds because of the gravitational
And this is why people like UFOGlobe will probably continue to believe that any person who believes that even 0.01% of UFOs may be 'real' is a
lunatic. I mean, c'mon, he may be abrasive and leave a bad taste and all, but you've gotta admit, pla123, that his video is very well-done.
Here's what bothers me most with all of this:
In her article, Keane says: "The UFO was captured on seven cameras from different vantage points.... Each video included three different, mainly
horizontal loops flown by the UFO within seconds of each other."
And she writes this in another place (underneath the slide-show caption): "CEFAA officials collected seven videos of the El Bosque UFO taken from
different vantage points."
(And how about Alejandro Rojas? His article on Huffington Post states: "...seven witnesses came forward afterward with different videos all showing a
strange metallic object moving at extremely high speeds." Not that I had considered him as credible as Keane, but still....)
Also, Barrera has said that there are insects on the videos that they were able to use for comparison purposes....
But he now also says that 3 of the 7 videos have been released in full.(!!??!!) The ones on Keane's site. And yet those 3 videos "from different
angles" appear to be from the same camera from nearly the same spot... (though yeah, I guess they're technically tilted at different angles and all
so at a "different vantage point" each time?!?)
I'll say is this: given the claims made, the Chileans had BETTER have some not-yet-released footage that shows, unambiguously, the UFO-triangulation
that has been pretty clearly implied all along. ("Seven videos," "seven angles", etc...) If such footage does not exist, then Keane's credibility
has been damaged. Significantly, in my mind. Because I believe she's said that she'd not even seen all the videos before writing her article.
So yeah... I'll still wait for all the data before coming to a conclusion, of course, but knowing (I think?) that we've got basically half the raw
footage already, instead of the 1/7th that many were thinking... well, now what are the odds that they're sitting on something golden down there and
saving the best for last?