posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 04:27 PM
I think its important to realise that unless we are to observe, over a period of several days at least, the feed from this webcam, we will be unable
to assume that we have even the merest hint of a decent understanding of what we are seeing.
The primary reason that these cams were installed in the first place, is so that those who study the phenomenon need not miss anything of note. I
would imagine that to be effective as a tool for serious investigation, there must be very few periods where this webcam feed goes unobserved by the
people who actually study this as part of the project.
In all honesty, I am very interested in this phenomenon, the lights themselves that is. Discounting obvious cases of mistaken identity, there are
more interesting , and unidentified lights in the sky there, than in any other location in the entire world. And these lights are almost certainly NOT
alien craft, but some hitherto unknown natural phenomenon, something inherant in the location, that is specific to it. Wether they are an energetic
reaction caused by something interesting in the ground, interacting with the electrical charges that operate in the atmosphere, or wether there is
some other explanation, is yet to be clarified, but they are surely the most tangible and interesting phenomena that I have ever had the pleasure of
reading up on.
Bearing in mind the enormous volume of data on this site alone, the fact that above all others, this is the most interesting thing I have ever read
up on, says a great deal about the matter if you ask me!