Originally posted by Ryanssuperman
I assume ball lightning isn't possible unless there's cloud cover. Right? I've seen these orbs, the size of stars, moving across the clear night
sky in random directions. Not possible for a plane. I suppose it could be explainable if this ball lightning phenomena was possible without cloud
Actually lightning IS possible without any cloud cover, it can move horizontally. So ball lightning could also occur in the same manner.
What's your opinion of the monthly compilations from AnonymousFO? I think they're doing a commendable job in making the effort.
Beware that some objects can easily be discounted as floating sky debris. We know that people send helium party balloons into the sky all the time.
Most of the stuff, whatever that can blow up and away, end up in the middle of the Pacific ocean. Maybe the junk ride in storms, maybe travel all over
the world, maybe bunch up and coalesce, then ultimately settle into what marine biologists describe as a giant plastic island the size of whatever.
How do they hover? Wind currents or pockets can be very deceiving.
Originally posted by PaulieG
I think people should really study video and video editing before making assumptions as to what they see in videos. To get rid of the BIGFOOT problem
that might still be happening today.
Hold on just a minute there.
You saying there's now a Bigfoot problem? Doesn't
footprint evidence serve up enough science?
You have made a valid point about people studying or at least understanding video data especially digital video. A Digital Video camera will
substitute data in the even that what it perceives is moving faster than the specific camera is capable of digitally representing.
This was the cause of the ROD issue when all the camera was really recording was insects moving faster than the camera could digitally represent as a
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