posted on Jul, 23 2012 @ 06:14 PM
Originally posted by FlySolo
reply to post by Human_Alien
Fine, I'm not disagreeing with you on that. However, why encourage anomalies which don't repeat themselves? Just answer that question.
on 23-7-2012 by FlySolo because: (no reason given)
Not sure what you mean by 'don't repeat themselves'.
If I understand correctly, let me cite an example. Lights. Lights all over the place. But lets for argument sake take the lights over Lake Erie. They
constantly 'repeat' themselves. So when that
happens it gets slapped with the explanation of 'planes coming in for a landing' due
the consistence nature of occurrence.
So it's a lose-lose fight.
If they appear regularly then they are (take your pick) planes, helicopters, lanterns, g;itches etc.
If it happens irregularly or even a one-time event (The Phoenix Lights early that evening) there is STILL some human explanation.
But taking this out into space more......................
There are countless videos of NASA's STS missions. Every single one of them is apparently explainable from 400 miles away in front of ones laptop.
"Space debris' pretty much covers it all.
These Solar anomalies ARE being found regularly. Well, from the footage that's released to the public anyway.
I personally have not gone through them all and assembled them in their rightful categories according to size and location but....this is not a first
Sorry if I'm missing your point and rambling on unnecessarily.