posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 07:20 PM
Small, slowly moving dots.
Infrared or no infrared, it's still just "small, slowly moving dots".
And it's definitely not the ENTIRE sky, as advertised - you can see the camera move at one point, and it's showing a railing of some kind - that's
proof for you that the entire sky isn't completely visible in this video at any given point. It's a PARTIAL sky, always. The ENTIRE sky would
incorporate ALL OF THE SKYLINE as well, 360 degrees, meaning that you'd need one heckuva fisheye optics lense to achieve the effect - and even then,
part of the sky would always be blocked by something, unless you are using a really high altitude filming location, etc.
Start a 'small, slowly moving dots'-type video with a LIE, and you can make your conclusions on whether it's going to be good proof of UFO
Having said that, the UFO phenomenon is real, and although majority of the cases can be explained 'conventionally' (whatever that means), there are
many cases that cannot. And of these cases, majority is examples of Extra-Terrestrial intelligence and craftsmanship. (Hm, an interesting word, when
you think about it .. CRAFT..(s) .. MAN... SHIP..)
I find amazing how many people find these "small, slowly moving dots"-type videos incredible or amazing, and believe the lies of the uploader
against clearly visible proof to the contrary. Ending times, indeed.