reply to post by ilikestarz
They don't notice any bugs flying nearby because it would clash with the belief that the objects being filmed are not bugs.
Let's break this down shall we...
It is claimed that the objects can't be seen by the naked eye but can be seen by the camera.
Unless your head is right where the camera lens is, you aren't going to see what it sees, agree?
So even if you're standing next to the camera and looking out to the sky and horizon, looking for what the camera sees, you aren't going to because
the bugs are right in front of it, mere feet away, one even being millimetres away.
The objects drop below the skyline.
The cameraman claims they're taking off and landing from an area near 56th Avenue and Clay Street, an area full of houses.
Now just stop and think about that for a moment, a lot here haven't bothered to I don't think, or choose not to as it becomes another case of
The argument that they are invisible to the naked eye is in error because it is only the claim of the camera man filming from a distance, several
kilometres away in fact. So these objects, which are physically there, are quite sizeable and no one notices them landing and taking off from their
Even if they are invisible to the naked eye, there would be some sort of interaction with the surrounding areas and as of yet, no one but people
filming miles away noticed anything...
The fact that they drop below the tree line proves one thing to me...
They're really close to the camera and are disappearing into the background, much like the Chile air force video from a while back.
Earlier on I mentioned how I believe one bug was only millimetres from the camera, the reason I say this is because twice in the video a clip is shown
where a blurry object drops down in front of the camera.
The timestamps are off for some reason but the first time it shows up is not long after 1:14 and the second shows up after 1:28.
So this is clearly is a bug, one much closer to the camera than the others and proves there were bugs flying around at that time.
edit on 10/11/12 by Chadwickus because: (no reason given)