posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 05:04 AM
Wow. This is actually one of the more impressive pieces of space footage for the simple fact that there is such a fluid motion. There is nothing in
space to cause such motion, and any exhaust emanating from the spacecraft itself would not cause such movements, as they would be prohibited by
Newton's Laws of Motion. Something that gets hit with a jet of some gas in space is not going to move one direction, and then suddenly reverse its
direction without some other force present. And I do not subscribe to the idea of aliens visiting earth, but I go where the facts lead.
And from what I see this is what I conclude. The filter or inversion or whatever is applied in the video is not going to give an accurate
representation of what is truly present, but it does a well enough job to show movement, although what it shows as a solid mass may or may not be
accurate. It really does appear to similar to biological movement, which is pretty crazy. Any plausible explanation aside from a biological or
artificial lifeform would have to fit to criteria...first, it would have to obey known physics, and second, it would have to not be utterly
Being a sasquatch advocate myself I know good and well that there comes a point when naysayers attempt to use scientific reasoning to explain
something away, but they grasp at straws at times. ANY explanation will do as long as it is not the affirmative, or what they are fighting against. So
those who refuse to believe this could be something other-worldly will find a way to validate that it is not. And it may not be alien, but the
possibility cannot be discounted at this point, at least from what I have seen and from my point of view.