posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 11:59 AM
Well I only got through a few of the response pages, but I felt like I should point something out (I apologize if someone has already said this):
You all do
realize that we are living on a planet that spins, and that even though we "appear" to be standing still, we are always moving? We
can see this effect easily by tracking stars through the night sky. They "move" slowly, though we cannot see it with the naked eye.
These "UFOs" do not change formation and are all moving at a uniform pace. Honestly, I think they are stars. We cannot see stars during the day due
to the sun's light. However, they are not gone just because we can't see them. They would show up on an infrared scan, though. I believe the camera is
filming stars or satellites as they progress through the daytime sky.
To those that say, "oh, but you can clearly see the stationary stars in the other film.", I ask: Can you prove that this film has not been increased
in speed? And, how do you explain that the only changes in movement are momentary flashes that appear to be meteors or bugs?
edit on 12/14/12
by ottobot because: (no reason given)