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Originally posted by tsurfer2000h
reply to post by doug r
Just a quick question for you.
Why do the people in the video act as if they do not notice the UFO when it flies pretty much right over their heads?
Don't you think at least someone would have noticed something strange flying at them,and couldn't that be an insect or bug flying by the camera which would support the reason that nobody even acted as if something was out of the order?
I don't know what it is but that there are a few things that are questionable about that video.
When you realize it's frame by frame and the object is jumping a large distance from one frame to the next, and you also realize it's probably recording at about 30 frames per second.. no I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't see it ..
Originally posted by doug r
I find it interesting that the OP can just openly announce that he has a bias so great that evidence as extraordinary as the Chilean Goverment's own video of a ufo would be certain to go completely unnoticed by him as a result of that bias.
Just goes to show ya....
In reality, this weaponized quadrotor or quadrotorized weapon is just a fun 3D animation, lifting the concept from Metal Gear Solid. But you can bet the US military is working in stuff like this right now. It's only a matter of time before the weight/power ratio is good enough to make it happen. The Army and the Marines would love this thing.
Although the article does not state that it was observed by radar, it also does not state that it was not observed by radar. It may be that at the speeds involved, a radar return would not be possible...or a matter of probabilities so small that there was no return registered.
Originally posted by Droogie
That's one of the reasons that threads made by Kandinsky, karl12 and jkrog should get more and more attention.