posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:48 PM
The fact an experienced cameraman (FOX News) could replicate the claims from the anonymous source is *very* impressive. That's science to a degree -
The anonymous guys tells him where to point his camera and when, and the cameraman catches the same object. This case has better legs than 90% of
one-off UFO videos that have zero corroboration and are totally anonymous.
Here's what I saw, a diamond-shaped UFO hurtling and spinning through the sky and switching direction at such a fast speed the footage has to be
slowed down to view it clearly - it's not a RC craft.
A bug? The professional cameraman has ruled that out - the FOX anchor even states multiple times it's not a bug; she says that because the
professionals have their reputation on the line and they've declared it's not a bug.
Even a highly qualified aviation engineer has no idea.
If I lived in Denver I head to where they believe its taking off from and do a stakeout over multiple blocks with friends. I'd also triangulate
different cameras throughout different locations to capture the object more precisely.
Lastly, I'd rent the best high-speed camera I could find for the best analysis of the diamond shaped object.
If FOX News had any sense, they'd being doing this right now in hopes of releasing the biggest, most well documented UFO story of our time.
Edit to add: Remember, in the video you can see the "thrusters" at work, the anonymous guy clearly points it out.
edit on 9-11-2012 by Jason88