posted on Nov, 20 2012 @ 05:24 PM
Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
Originally posted by lasvegasteddy
reply to post by ChaoticOrder
light intensity of e vehicle lighting has increased
pulse rate looks about right too
they're darn near blinding at least the ones out west here
in the past
blinding wasn't even close
edit on 19-11-2012 by lasvegasteddy because: (no reason given)
Nope still not buying that explanation... if they were that bright you wouldn't even be able to look at them without going blind. And aren't
emergency lights multicolored?
I worked in security and we had orange lights on the roofs of all the vehicles. There are plenty of non-emergency services that use rotating or
pulsating orange lights.
I think that's the explanation here. The rhythm is the same, the orange hue is the same, the consistency of the flashing seems to be entirely
explained by vehicle lights for a non-emergency service response.
In a fog, you would indeed get this kind of dispersal of lights. The fact that the "clouds" are so low tells me that this is either a fog, or smoke
from a fire.
Either way, the most plausible explanation is that these are non-emergency response lights on a vehicle dispersing through a cloud of fog or smoke. I
have seen this happen at work and I know for a fact that it can look like this, especially on a cold and cloudy night.
But I get that everyone here wants it to be little green men, so I fully expect the most logical explanation to be completely ignored by those who
have an ambition to make everything momentarily confusing into evidence of visitation - it's often their first explanation