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Originally posted by Bybyots
reply to post by spacedoubt
Does that make sense?
Yes, absolutely. I figured that it might have something to do with that.
Do you think that it is safe to assume, then, that the article that mentioned 'several months' was talking about the actual device and not the dummy/
Thanks.edit on 11-5-2013 by Bybyots because:
Originally posted by abeverage
Originally posted by Bybyots
edit on 11-5-2013 by Bybyots because:
Bybyots any luck with finding the original of the last part of that video? I want to see that one for the length of time and constancy of the lights.
To me a debris or meteor break up is likely but that last clip puts this in doubt for me as they seem to stay on and flash longer.
Originally posted by n3mesis
the "lights" went out. lights from terrestrial, extraterrestrial crafts do not go out.
Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
Originally posted by greyer
The laughing in the background makes me think it's a hoax.
Night UFO footage is impossible to decipher, lights could be anything.
So because they are laughing its a hoax?
Originally posted by reject
any agency claim it was their space debris?
Originally posted by JimOberg
Without addressing this event, I ought to gently point out that some reentries -- natural and artificial -- do create fireball swarms in formation that cross the sky horizontally.
A classic and extremely well documented event was in 1963 over Ukraine, and this report [in Russian] contains a hundred drawings of the perceived phenomenon -- half saw a fireball swarm, and half saw a structured object. Just look over the drawings to see this strange but undeniable perceptual phenomenon.
The fact that it CAN happen, and has happened, makes the following recent comments look foolish and unjustified, and reminds us of the truth of Will Rogers' advice, "It ain't what you don't know what makes you look like a fool, it's what you DO know what ain't so."
Be cautioned, please.
Originally posted by ConstantConfusion3
I've never seen a meteor travel that long, going that slow...the lights appear to stay the same distance of each other for a while which I don't believe meteors do either..
Originally posted by gnarkill1529
Any of us who have seen meteor showers know the odds of these being meteors are highly unlikely.
Originally posted by smurfy
Could be [meteor or reentry] Gortex, but not likely without a tail of some sort.
Originally posted by Trueman
Sorry Gortex, but whatever it was it doesn't look like meteorites, it not even seems to be falling down.
Originally posted by micpsi
Cluster of meteors? No! Bolides change their brightness as they burn out and often break up. This object did not exhibit this. No burning. No flames. Just lots of stroboscopic lights arranged on a rigid-looking hull that moves far too slowly for a cluster of meteors.
Alien craft? Most likely.
Originally posted by lunarcartographer
One of the most interesting videos I have seen of an 'unidentified' flying object. I don't think it is a metor or space junk because it is flying horizonatlly and way too slow; if it was either the event would be over in a few seconds. Thanks for posting.
Originally posted by JayinAR
I think a lot of you folks are talkin' out your other mouths.
Meteorites move very quickly.
That thing resembles aerial vehicles, or a single large aerial vehicle, in every way. Period.
Originally posted by RamsOnTop
Hmmmm....Where is Phage to illuminate us, educate us, and pretty much point out how gullible and foolish we are to believe such phenomena in this infinite universe could possibly exist?