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posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:02 PM
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Wow, this forum can really buzz along! Over 377 comments in less than 17 hours!


For me I'm still withholding judgment, but wanted to comment that the gravest error for anybody viewing the video and reading the thread is to over-analyze it.

It seems some people will want to believe — or DISBELIEVE — so badly that the evidence is hacked up purely for the joy of hacking itself! The forum discussion then becomes the only true reality while the subject matter falls to second fiddle. It's no less than "he said she said." Forget the UFOs!

No doubt any extraordinary video demands extraordinary scrutiny. Yet it's funny (in a pathetic way) how people will follow along with just about any theory all the same, whether bashing or supporting something.

If it's genuine, even as a genuine anomaly, I feel sorry for the eyewitnesses. Welcome to the independent world of sheeple.




posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:07 PM
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Originally posted by FormerSkeptic
Wow, this forum can really buzz along! Over 377 comments in less than 17 hours!


For me I'm still withholding judgment, but wanted to comment that the gravest error for anybody viewing the video and reading the thread is to over-analyze it.

It seems some people will want to believe — or DISBELIEVE — so badly that the evidence is hacked up purely for the joy of hacking itself! The forum discussion then becomes the only true reality while the subject matter falls to second fiddle. It's no less than "he said she said." Forget the UFOs!

No doubt any extraordinary video demands extraordinary scrutiny. Yet it's funny (in a pathetic way) how people will follow along with just about any theory all the same, whether bashing or supporting something.

If it's genuine, even as a genuine anomaly, I feel sorry for the eyewitnesses. Welcome to the independent world of sheeple.





But sometimes the owner of said video cuts right to the chase for us, allowing us to forgo any critical (or even kindergarten) thinking.
His actions, comments, original story, inconsistent updates, removal of countless comments..... spoke volumes and just nailed this as a hoax all by itself.

One can't come in at the bottom of this and preach (no offense intended) to the rest of us. This video buried itself hours ago and this YT is just looking for traffic. That's it. Period. End of hoax.
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posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:08 PM
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Case is closed. It's the Revel Casino for sure. The guy is flying into Atlantic City International Airport. He said he was from Philly and it's about a 30 minute drive from the AC airport. People from Philadelphia fly out from there all the time. Spirit airlines has flights from AC to Florida on a regular basis.

I have flown into that airport. When you are coming from the south over the ocean you fly right over the boardwalk area where all the casinos are as you come in for a landing.

The Revel is a brand new casino with a slanted roof and a glowing orb on the top. It would make sense that someone might not know what it was right away since it is so new. Someone on the flight probably told the guy it was the casino and that is why the video cuts off suddenly.
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posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:09 PM
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You sure? they dont quite look alike. The user responded.



A building in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean ? Yea ok



I have to say if he was filming over the Atlantic Ocean which he may have been why is everyone here so quick to jump and compare the lights to the Revel Casino Atlantic City? that doesn't make sense.

Regrading to those who had said its the Revel Casino Atlantic City does have any videos from during the air flights so we could compare?
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posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:11 PM
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Looking closer, this casino seems to be a perfect fit. As I said earlier, this building is 800ft tall and the angle of the video cuts of the lower end of the light. So this plane must have been flying at around 600ft to 700ft. Didn't think you could have such thick cloud at that altitude. Guess I was wrong.



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:11 PM
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Very interesting video..But Ive always had a problem with utube videos being real i haven't taken the time to read all the thread but to me it looks like Christ the Redeemer on the mountain with the lights on to make it stand out but thats just my opinion i don't believe this is a UFO of any kind..peace,sugarcookie1



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:12 PM
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Originally posted by flexy123

Originally posted by Human_Alien


On a related side-note I am surprised about your displayed skepticism here in this thread (because this "sighting" actually stumped ME at least for some hours) - your skepticism here kinda contrasts your past thread history greatly




Knowing alien UFOs exist doesn't give me the right to modify and bend all UFO stories just to fit my beliefs.
I'm not that desperate.

There are TONS of videos I refute and refuse to believe. This stunk from jump-street.
The humans are really the enemy, not aliens.

But thanks for noticing



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:13 PM
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Its a topical destination. By way of the low puffy clouds. Their flight path took them over the Caribbean. They were likely on vacation based on the fact that the kids are in tow. In the flight path of many south Florida or Bahmas destinations, about 80 nautical miles to the east, there is an island, a part of the Bahamas. It has a peak elevation of about 250 ft, and navigational day light beacon (which is extremely bright) on that island. It almost looks blue. I don't want to look up the name, oh wait, its Navassa Island. The light is in fact NOT on the peak, but about a few hundred feet behind it. This family was on a cruise and was on ascent on the way out, or came from the west in a mid afternoon flight and was on approach. They were not at 30, 000 ft. That's not how clouds look at high altitude. They were in fact below that... looks like near 10,000-15,000

Look, I have spent mucho time in the air, private and military. I have seen something before, it could have been ours..which I am not talking about here. I'm not interested in raining on someones parade about this. These are the facts, maybe they match up with whatever you guys find out. But I got to get back to my pizza eating, and sim racing stuff. Cheers.



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:16 PM
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I was curious for a minute on this one, thanks to the aviators for sharing their expertise, and Skuzzlebutt for connecting that final dot, makes perfect sense with the actual image of the casino and the huge morphing colored ball. Leave it to a casino to be mistaken for otherwordly craft! Fat people gambling and drinking is very unlike what I expect of ETs to be like.


Op still gets SnF for making my brain work, kudos!



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:19 PM
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Originally posted by gman1972
Maybe it's been said already but they are definitely not at 30,000 feet. At the start you can see that the landing flaps are partially lowered to around 15-20 degrees which means it's probably only around 3000 feet high and landing.

No I'm not a pilot, but aviation is my profession and I can say with 100% certainty that this is the case, it was landing and that is a light breaking through low level cumulous clouds.


I could agree with that, and considering the fast right to left motion of the subjected scene in the first few seconds of the video, the plane was getting ground wind, or making a bank to the right, after that things settle and slow a bit.
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posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:22 PM
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An ET ship that big wouldn't be allowed to be that obvious. Who only films an ET ship for a few seconds? The object doesnt move an ET would be trying to get out of sight once they picked up someone watching them. At 30k there are no clouds and those are low clouds. This is either cgi or something on the ground coming into view through clouds. Nice try but all the real videos will be of the ship leaving. Once the ET senses they are being watched they take off. How many times have you heard "I only got a few seconds to view it before it took off" they can sense we are watching them and they leave the area.



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:22 PM
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His actions, comments, original story, inconsistent updates, removal of countless comments..... spoke volumes and just nailed this as a hoax all by itself.

Actually your right he is removing the comments, his now claiming as i stated in my earlier post that his claiming that he was over the Atlantic Ocean.

Yet i have to say the video that he filmed look very close to the ground rather then what he claims.



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:26 PM
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You're close, but you're about 300 feet off and about 10,000,000,000 cubic inches of cloud . Keep looking



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:33 PM
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I'm just saying that if they can get fog surrounding the lower part of the casino, how far off would it be to have a total eclipse of cloud?



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:37 PM
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hahaha its the Revel Ball On the Revel Casino in Atlantic City
Case closed. Look it up if you don't believe me



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:38 PM
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Originally posted by kidcraig
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I'm a pilot. ATC would have no problem letting two planes fly that close. The minimum is 1000ft horizontal and vertical separation. RVSM. The problem is it's not a plane.

Second, the YouTube description says they are at 30,000ft. No they are not. First off, the flaps of the aircraft are out showing they are clearly in descent for landing, and also you hardly find those types of clouds at 30,000.

With that said, yeah a blue light attached to some sort of man made structure poking out of clouds is strange, but it COULD be a snow plough on top of a mountain ridge...


Also ALL aircraft warning lights used on buildings and structures ALL AROUND THE WORLD to warn aircraft of such terrain are red, and most blink. Never blue. Blue is not used in aviation for any purpose.
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Yeah I thought the clouds seemed to be of the type that wouldn't be at that altitude. Glad to have a pilot on this thread to explain this.



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:40 PM
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Here is a map of Atlantic City where the Boardwalk is and the airport. It's a common flight path to fly right over the casinos.



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:44 PM
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"a total eclipse of cloud" You lost me. The Revel hotel seems like a logical response if it weren't for all those clouds. Fog burns off during the day but to see clouds stretching out to the horizon at 709 ft like that makes no sense.
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posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 07:48 PM
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I always try to take away a positive from the time I spend on these threads.

Today's lesson...

When searching for tall structures with a bright blue light on top of them, never assume the light is always blue.



posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 08:02 PM
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It's absolutely the top of the Revell Casino.

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