Originally posted by Human_Alien
Originally posted by Druscilla
This video and most any video that is JUST unidentified lights that are NOT doing anything typically UFOy is entirely unacceptable.
Is this really what people are using as 'evidence' that some alien civilization is visiting us?
Standards really need to be set higher than cluttering up space with nonsense like this.
I think the majority of people feel most of these UFOs are government vehicles anyway.
And no. This is not the standard for evidence. This is just a video. Grant it, the owner used some pretty luring words in his title but....it is what
But see, I made a thread about lights I am seeing almost nightly and if I did the recommended request of 'filming it' for ATS..... I'll fall under
the same exact scrutiny as this.
People (I hope) film these events for themselves or to show their family and friends. YouTube just happens to be a venue that's available to share to
I guarantee you, I would never film something unidentified and put it through the abuse of a public hosting site that allows you to leave comments.
I am like the law (or what SHOULD be the law)...everyone is innocent until proven otherwise.
There is no reason for me to think this guy is knowingly filming a boat or two.
Because once again, if I could (which I can't) film my UFO lights....and know Chinese lanterns and satellites will be the consensuses even THOUGH..I
Respectfully, if you're seeing unidentified ambiguous lights, and you're seeing them nightly, and you think them a wee bit dodgey and possibly UFOy,
then, by all means, especailly if you're seeing them nightly DO something about it, take a hike over land, a boat ride, bicycle, a car ride, horse,
camel, canoe, or lawn chair with balloons strapped to it over to whatever area these dodgey bits of questionable lights are occurring and find out
exactly what they are.
Add in some video and you're in the business of denying ignorance whatever they turn out to be.
If, like this video, it turns out it's a boat, you can show, hey, yup, it was a boat.
If it turns out to be something else, then whatever that something else is, then, you've got close capture video as oppose to a couple of bubbas
sitting around saying "what is it? uh, I dunno?" instead of actually making an effort to close distance, get closer and find out what it is.