Just say you managed to capture footage of a craft that could only logically be considered;
A) An ET craft/ship
B) Some form of military technology.
First up......you would backup the originals(give a copy to family members) and post to youtube.
Posting on youtube, you would put a name, location, date, time, compression, etc.
Why wouldn't you?
As soon as you post something so profound on a medium such as youtube, all credibility flies out the door when it is posted with little or no
Why would it be considered fraudulent to have multiple sighting videos posted by the same account?
Have you seen how these people operate?
They pinch other peoples work and post it as their own. They remove any kind of negative feedback and use the videos to generate $$$ with advertising
Lets be completely honest.
If a legitimate UFO video is posted on a medium such as youtube. It won't be an account with multiple UFO videos.
It will be posted by some regular guy/girl and it will go viral instantly.
Every news service in the world will jump on it (UFO's - like sex - sells) as it is an easy grab at ratings.
Look at the chicken & bread alien hoax from Russia last year. Within 2 days of the story being released, it had crossed the globe via MSM.
I have no doubt as to the existence of alien life forms.
Statistically speaking though....even if they do exist and have evolved technologically....it is very unlikely that we will ever meet them.
edit on 19/4/2012 by OccamAssassin because: (no reason given)