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Neighbors say in the past two weeks they have seen multi-colored lights in the sky, and the Missouri UFO Network is now conducting its own investigation.
The video of these orbs hovering is causing quite the debate in Blue Springs and is the topic of discussion in the quiet suburb.
Robert Kover first noticed it two weeks ago and went down to get a closer look. He was confronted by a neighbor who thought he was spying on women, until he handed her his binoculars.
Originally posted by Orkojoker
I don't know, folks. This looks pretty much just like a bright star. I've seen a lot of them lately that are scintillating with multiple distinctly bright colors. I'm surprised that with all these witnesses, a MUFON investigator and a television news crew, nobody has thought to look at a star chart to rule that out. The investigator said she thought it might be Vega, but I'm not sure why she didn't take definite steps to confirm it. My sister-in-law has an app on her phone that tells you exactly where all the stars and planets are in the sky just by pointing at them. The fact that nobody has noted any movement aside from one short drop in altitude mentioned by one woman (autokinesis?) leads me to think these are probably stars. That's my take on this. We are going on really skimpy information here, none of which is very compelling.
Originally posted by Screwed
I just love it when people pick and choose which parts of an argument they are going to respond to.
Care to respond to the fact that it was seen suddenly dropping??
or how about the fact that there were multiple lights seen appearing?
The autokinetic effect (also referred to as autokinesis) is a phenomenon of human visual perception in which a stationary, small point of light in an otherwise dark or featureless environment appears to move.