Originally posted by whyamIhere
Originally posted by Urantia1111
Let's get one thing nice and sparkling clear: not one of you debunkers has ANY idea whether this video is fake or not. All you're doing is taking
advantage of the rare occasion that you get to pretend you're smarter than someone else by dismissing it out of hand. There's absolutely no way to
prove with 100% certainty that its an intentional fake or hoax.
Good day sirs.
Some of us are not educated in CGI.
ATS has become hostile to people trying to learn.
The arrogance has become barely tolerable.
Why would anyone post a UFO video here just to be attacked?
You can debunk a video with be a total jerk.
I totally agree with both of you. NOTHING is surden. If someday the real thing was in the sky, many forget to keep an open mind. Many even comment
before watching the video, and even more people just read the first 3-4 comments, and decide upon that. Follow the majority is the safest thing...
jeeez! People forget to seek the truth. Many are scared they get ridiculed asking questions, and we got a great example in this thread. Not everyone
has seen the 1000+ videos before you. If you really want to know about something, stand by it and ask questions, even thou you might be wrong,
everyone will learn from the experience.
If i find a video that shows a UFO, which imho is interesting, i would most likely post it here, so we all can have a look. I agree that many vids are
easy to spot as fakes, but that requires experience, which you gather on sites like ATS.
It might be a new video-effect, and who knows, maybe somebody knows about it and can explain more. Maybe its an optical illusion, and i'm sure there
are many photography- and aerial experts here on ATS that could offer some clues. Which might lead to a natural phenomenon. What i do know is, that
none of us, are experts in extraterrestrial spaceships. We learn by sharing our thoughts and "expertise" with each other. Collaborative research.
Sharing is caring.
Now, i am guy which have seen al sorts of video effects since the 70s. Been into computers since the 80s, and believe me the Commodore 64 computer was
all about visual tricks and effects, just to push the limits further. This technology have evolved into the almost unbelievable. So all i can offer
is my experience. Which i compare these videos with. The thing is, every video today can be faked into the unexplainable, and absolutely nobody would
be able to know if its real or a hoax. Video-technology has come to a point where everything is possible, everything! If you are smart enough, you
could fool the masses forever.
And that is why i, and maybe you too, might miss the real thing someday, on video. Because we forgot to keep our minds open.
Some people compete with each other in making the most convincing effects, then publish them on the web, cluttered with real images from some hiking
trip. Then they sit back and watch how many "believers" they gather. The one with the most "believers", wins. It's a sport for some...