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Originally posted by ottobot
These "UFOs" do not change formation and are all moving at a uniform pace. Honestly, I think they are stars.
As long as you agree they are not stars that is the main point.
Originally posted by evandi
reply to post by Arbitrageur
They change position relative to each other but they do not change course.
Originally posted by OneNationUnder
I'm sorry to all the UFO believers out there, but this is fake.
I know alot about filming. There are some things to keep in mind when people film UFO's.
1. Shooting at night is done on purpose to hide everything.creative. Even in daytime shots the angle is critical.
2. He only shoots in infrared. Why? Do 5 minutes of research on what you will film at night/day while in infrared and you will magically discover the answer.
3. He never zooms in. Why?
Clue: What are the things that zig-zag in between the "UFOs?" Answer: REAL bugs flying through the air.
All of his videos are fake. I feel bad for the ones who believe all of them are real. Think about it. He's the ONLY one who can film them? And he has hundreds. He's an artist. Some artists use watercolor. Some us oils. Some use crayons. He uses infrared. I think it's wrong of him to pass his videos off as real when he knows perfectly well they're not.
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
These "UFOs" do not change formation
You're about the 10th person who's said that, and the 10th person who is wrong...watch closely and they do change position relative to each other.
Originally posted by deccal
This should be bird migration.
Originally posted by TRUELIES11
Cling film with pin holes, stretched and moving over the lens of the camera.
Originally posted by clairvoyantrose
I love how almost every post is disinformation about how they are just "stars" or "birds". These are clearly NOT birds and NOT stars. Stars don't move around the skies that quickly, and he has showed comparisons of birds vs. the crafts he is capturing on camera.