posted on May, 16 2012 @ 02:58 PM
I will keep debunking this because it's actually quite obvious if you bother to look at all the videos from start to finish, particularly as he
changes from the "long shot" to the "close-up."
The guy uses a telescope that he just holds up to the lens of the camera to get the close-up. It's not aligned properly, and the camera is actually
taking a picture of the light reflected/refracted and distorted on the inside of the telescope. Once you know what it is, you can see it very plainly
in the videos how it distorts when he moves the telescope.
P.S. -- This is also why a lot of the guy's videos are shown first through a round mask. Start with the videos that have a round mask. This is
apparently his scope attachment rig. He'll zoom in to show a round blur. Then he'll attach the scope, and suddenly the thing in the distance has a
curved shape, which is an internal reflection from the poorly attached scope. The "aliens" are likely due to shadows of mechanical features inside
Here. Look at the internal reflections in this telescope. Now imagine the reflections coming from a single point of light against a dark background,
and the camera only picking up a piece of the reflection arc. That's what's in the videos.
Here's a photo of the star Betelgeuse with internal telescope reflections. Notice the "ridging" of the reflections, similar to that of the "UFO."
edit on 16-5-2012 by Blue Shift because: (no reason given)