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Originally posted by IMSAM
always balloons?show some originality
I for once dont see balloons and hope its not cgi.
hopefuly texans must be plenty and we will have more videos
if not then oh well
Originally posted by RoScoLaz
interesting but alas, inconclusive. here's a close-up of the 'cluster' with varying degrees of contrast and brightness adjustment. i'm none the wiser.
cmon guys always balloons?show some originality
Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE
I don't know what you guys smoke when you watch balloons - but no balloons I have ever seen blink and flash - or spontaneously form triange formations.
Why is it so hard to accpet these as UFO's?
Everyone knows Roswell was covered up - and from that it logically follows ET's are around. What's the big deal?
For those who have knowingly been part of the coverup - your credibility is about to take a big hit.
For those who genuinely believe the world hasn't had ongoing contact with ET's since Roswell - mentally prepare yourselves - big changes are about to be unleashed.edit on 9-6-2012 by PlanetXisHERE because: (no reason given)edit on 9-6-2012 by PlanetXisHERE because: spelling
The first day, they viewed two amateur motion pictures of UFO’s: the 1950 Montana UFO Film and 1952 Utah UFO Film (the latter was taken by Navy Chief Petty Officer Delbert C. Newhouse, who had extensive experience with aerial photography). Two Navy photograph and film analysts (Lieutenants R.S. Neasham and Harry Woo) then reported their conclusions: the two films depicted objects that were not any known aircraft, creature or weather phenomena. Air Force Captain Edward J. Ruppelt then began a summary of Air Force efforts regarding UFO studies.