To see it like that at 210X zoom as the filmer claims, the object must be the size of a shopping mall. In a plane at 30k feet, a shopping mall below
looks like a small dot. I can only imagine how big that is if it is in low Earth orbit. Good find.
Sky objects like planets and such will appear to move east to west only, depending on time of year, because from our perspective, the earth is
spinning west to east making sky based obects appear to move east to west, the same as the sun going down in the west..
The same concept has to apply to any space based object like planets and stars.. Venus would have to be traveling through space at super insane speeds
to ever appear to be moving west to east, if that would even be possible at all anyways, because of it's orbit around the sun following the same rules
as earth, and all the other planets.
The object in the video does move slowly enough from earth perspective to appear to be a natural object, but I'm not sure it is, unless someone can
show why it is a natural object. -it isn't following the right rules of movement direction. (as told by the videographer).
It might be of natural origin, but I would like to hear the explanation then, what is it ?
These pictures from the video does not seem to me, as its the camera making these "anomalies", because it is out of focus. Id be wiser if someone can
show me some "star out of focus" shots, that looks like this.
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Okay - I went down the video rabbit hole on youtube and I think the same guy has filmed this same kind of thing in February of 2011? It sounds like
his voice in all three recordings and it is the same type of object in the sky. The video above is May 11, 2012. I don't know how this adds or
subtracts from the discussion of what the object filmed is, but it is interesting to me. I guess he is a UFO hunter? The original video posted above
is realistic to me (as opposed to something being put together afterwards) in one point due to the shaking and refocusing - even though it is mostly
against a blue background, the other video he posts below of the same type of object had "framing" elements - a tree, clouds and the roof of a
house. Very interesting find, OP - I've really got no clue what that thing is!!!
Uploaded Feb 20, 2011
His review of frames from Feb 20, 2011 video
His explanation - quote from YouTube on above video:
ROBERT THORSON THEUFOKIDFRESNO UFOATTACKS KINGUFOKID FRESNO UFOWIZARD.
TODAY FEB 20th 2011 AT 12pm I SAW this shiny object in the sky while i observed and filmed this for almost 15 minutes as it headed east , i use a sony
cam corder model trv-103 in new like condtion. i was zoomed in at about 20---300 times at close ups. it was in digital record mode. no sound , very
little wind and partial sun shine , mostly cloudy. this object was bellow the clouds as you see.
If I took a camcorder and filmed my mouse cursor in Windows 3.1, it would probably look very similar to this. I'm sorry, I guess the "I want to
believe" has been raped out of me by all of the debunkers.
I was wondering, after him posting the same thing the previous year, if it wasn't a hoax issue. His MUFON report doesn't include him being a
regular 'ufo hunter' who had seen the same thing before, and makes it sound like its a new phenomena. This makes it less credible - a big red flag.
Would love to know how he is doing it, or what it is.
The red and green aurora mimic the forces under going by the Earth.
The Earth creates the same color atmosphere under Sun fare particle bombardment.
There has to be a big time charge flow through that ship.
This is loss less natural flow captured by the ship holding it in a non compressible
environment electrical wise.
ED: The difference is the ship is making the flow whereas the Earth is undergoing
the flow powered by the Sun.
Ed: better yet the ship is suspended as by a liquid in response to electricity and
must use celestial navigation which rocket scientists should be able to handle.
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