posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 02:34 AM
Originally posted by jaws1975
Originally posted by humphreysjim
Originally posted by EdwynaGolden
reply to post by Chadwickus
If a bug that big was flying around my face or anywhere near me, I would definitely see it!
They didn't see bugs because bugs don't make a good news story.
It's funny how untrusting people are of the media here until they imply something truly far fetched like alien craft, then suddenly Fox is
So let me get this straight, you think they trumped up some bugs to make a good ufo story? You guys are out of your freaking minds!
I think they wanted to a great story, so didn't even bother looking for anything mundane. If they found a mundane explanation, the story would be a
useless waste of time to them, and they wouldn't want that.
It reminds me of when I play golf and I lose my ball. I always find myself looking where I would like the ball to be, rather than bringing myself to
peek into the horrible mass of long grass where I truly suspect it has gone.
As for smart people being fooled by trivial things, someone mentioned Rods, and they are a great example. So many people were stumped, intelligent
people, and the explanation was...bugs. Simple bugs and a lack of understanding of photography and a sensation was borne.
It has been mentioned before that an aviation expert is no better qualified at spotting a bug than you or I, remember that.
Finally, if you're going to respond to my quote personally, don't complain about comments regarding the guy's arm hair, or where the objects are
landing, because I haven't mentioned any of those things. I'm still seeing a lot of handwaving and little more in favor of this not being bugs.