Now that I have downloaded the video and watched it frame by frame, I think they are birds.
Originally posted by cavalryscout
Not bugs, not birds, not cgi but good old fashion out of this world ufos!
How do you know that they are out of this world?
How can it be that millions or maybe even billions of people can read a story book and believe in a "god" you have never seen but you can see
these aliens and not believe?
What about those that read a story in a book and don't believe in a "god", are they (we) allowed not to believe that birds are aliens?
Originally posted by dashdespatch
They do go behind the contrails dont they? That would make them huge birds or bugs
I don't think they do, look at frame 159 below.
Originally posted by dplum517
Birds don't fly perfectly spaced apart for more than one second.
Even if that was true (and it's not, birds can fly perfectly spaced for much longer than a second, in the same way two people can keep on walking
while keeping perfectly spaced), they appear for much less than a second (0.2 seconds, to be precise) and the space between them changes, you can use
the images below to make your own measurements.
Originally posted by Cloud443
That is a very interesting observation, they do appear to be following a logical and deliberate flight path, not a natural looking one. Didn't spot
this at first, so good eye
It may be interesting but it's completely wrong, do you think birds act like plastic bags in the wind? They know exactly what they want to do and
where they want to go. One good example (and one that I remembered when I saw this video) is homing pigeons, as they know exactly where they want to
go and can fly at relatively high speeds (between 80 and 160 km/h).
Originally posted by BASSPLYR
At first I too thought birds. But I gotta say the objects seem static in shape as if there are no wings flapping. Further, they stay at the exact
same speed and distance from each other. They never budge in alignment. It's as if they are in a very precise and controlled formation.
Birds can fly in a very precise and controlled formation, but in this case we can only see both at the same time in two different images (although
corresponding to four frames, as one image lasts for three frames), so it's not really possible to say if they are in a "very precise and controlled
And no, they are not static in shape, compare the different frames below and you will see.
Originally posted by Socrato
Okay, after watching this again and again I have reversed my original assumption and I am now about 90% certain it is a bug. Yes 1 bug. I think it
only appears to be two objects because the camera cannot properly refresh the frame or something because the object moves so quickly due to being a
quick bug in general and also in the unfocused foreground.
I don't think so, not only because they change in apparent shape and distance between them, the video doesn't show signs of being affected by that
double image problem.
Originally posted by spiritualarchitect
They look like birds when you first see it. But if you stop it at 1:27 and go full screen you can see they do not look like birds at all. They are
more saucer shaped. Oval with dark bottoms and a lighter blueish shade on top.
Not much shape when they are just 16 x 8 pixels, but you can see that they change shape a little, just look at the frames below.
Now, the images.
Frame 158 (Scroll to the right to see the first of the "UFOs")
Frame 159 (It looks the same as frames 160 and 161)
PS: Sorry for answering so many posts in just one post, this way was easier.
(Yes, I'm lazy