posted on May, 12 2012 @ 07:35 AM
You can see more of the ship at certain points in the video, but they are rather vague. I don't see how anyone can claim that the orientation is not
correct, seeing as it is hard to discern any kind of perspective in this video. Not to mention that distance is difficult to correctly approximate in
a video anyway. I know that other objective people have reached the same conclusion.
Occam's razor...Which explanation is built on the fewest assumptions? A cruise ship, seeing as how the bridge matches and the "ufo" is over the
water, or that this is some alien craft even though they have never been proven to exist? I sincerely hope that, for humanity's sake, that everyone
answers that the most likely scenario doesn't involve an alien ship, lol.
There are way too many phenomena that can create moving lights in the sky, and there are many other problems inherent in trying to discern what is or
isn't a "ufo". What is a UFO to one person may just be an IFO to another person who has more knowledge. This should be a lesson to those who want
to claim everything is a UFO. Logical reasoning and attempting to find solutions that are terrestrial is the FIRST step, even when trying to prove
UFO's are alien craft.
With that said, anyone who claimed this video was an alien craft, without looking for mundane explanations exhaustively, shouldn't be giving their
opinions in a manner that states them as fact. That is not the case. And some will say they did exhaust all terrestrial explanations, but they are
lying. There is always something else, and just because it doesn't "look" like something you recognize doesn't mean it's alien. Science doesn't
even know how certain lights are generated in the sky, but think they are probably from seismic or volcanic activity, or some other terrestrial
phenomena. So I think everyone should consider those explanations prior to claiming alien spacecraft, or UFO...Because it probably is not