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From what I understand if one is lucky enough to own night vision goggles and use them to view the night sky then the chances of spotting birds and bats are vastly increased.
From what I understand if one is lucky enough to own night vision goggles and use them to view the night sky then the chances of spotting a UFO are vastly increased
From what I understand if one is lucky enough to own night vision goggles and use them to view the night sky then the chances of spotting a UFO are vastly increased. This might explain why the night vision goggles are so expensive. TPTB don't want them made available to the masses and the truth revealed. Has anyone had personal experience though of this? Would love to hear of your experiences
Until Soylent Green Is People came up with what I believe is the solution to what was being filmed in This post
Night Vision is a nice toy but in my opinion unsuited to UFO hunting for the reasons above .
reply to post by TheEthicalSkeptic
Nice post, thanks for sharing an educated opinion which leans to the agnostic point of view, as opposed to the typical pseudo-skeptic malarkey that goes on here at ATS.
I've seen some quite incredible motions from Unidentifiable Aerial Phenomena, and none of the debunking can explain away what I've witnessed. I have tried to discount the sightings, but cannot, due to the frequency and oddity of what I've seen.
edit on 6-10-2013 by FlyInTheOintment because: spelling
I have a camcorder that has night vision capability.. In fact mine is the one that had all the controversy about it.. It's claimed that it has X-ray capabilities..
Anyways I ran across a thread earlier about using the night vision to detect UFO's... For the past 2 weeks I've been getting it out periodically and scanning the night sky's.. As of yet I've had no luck.. I've read the responses about birds, bats and bugs.. When I encounter them, I find it hard to believe that the camcorder operator can't tell right away..
I seen mainly bats and with there flight patterns it's easy to tell, also the size.. I haven't seen many if any birds seeing how they are mainly a daytime flyer..
Anyways, if I do encounter anything suspicious.. I will definitely post it.. Btw, I'm heading up to the Great Lake region the 25th of this month.. There are claims of a lot of activity up there.. We shall see..