posted on Mar, 30 2018 @ 02:50 PM
Of course the majority (if not all) of accounts posted on this thread could very likely be shown to be due to astronomical objects (stars, satellites,
space junk, and perhaps even the occasional meteor) if (long exposure) photographs were taken with a basic DSLR/lens/tripod, and then compared to
software like Sellarium
On the face of it almost everyone here seems desperate for a definitive answer (why are you here if not?), however no one is willing to go to the
enormous lengths (sarcasm) it would take to get that answer. Why not? Afraid that you will no longer be part of the "exclusive club" that has had an
encounter with something which is supposedly "otherworldly"?
Lots of talk, and no real action/effort to do something. So who is going to step up to the plate? Anyone? Or is it like it seems to me: Quick to
declare that you've seen something no one can explain, but unwilling in any way to explore logical/reasonable possibilities and put those claims to
As I've said before, I'm more than willing to help anyone who is not sure how to do it, and it's really not that hard to do once you have the right
gear, so ignorance is no excuse. Everyone is ignorant in one respect or another (for example I know nothing about fashion, or "soap operas"). There's
no shame in that. The only shame is if you are offered an opportunity to deny that ignorance, refuse to take it, and instead continue to wallow in
that ignorance whilst claiming to be interested in whatever it is that you are ignorant about.