posted on Oct, 30 2013 @ 06:42 AM
reply to post by boncho
Even though this is looking to be a fake, your admittance of judging the evidence without looking at it first is somewhat troubling...
No reasons explained as to why either you call it fake... It's easy to look informed that way. I know you usually do better than that.
Otherwise, why post in a thread you clearly despise, if it's not to REALLY deny ignorance?
The blurriness of the object is bugging me personally. How can it remain blurred the same way all along, at every distance?
I deny ignorance plenty. In Arken's threads, I know his threshold of proof is about 0.01% of mine, so in the first 2 seconds, unless there is
something overwhelming there, I mentally scrap it. Saves me frustration. If I sit through the entire video, I'm going to berate someone.
Honestly, you don't need to watch the video for more than a few seconds.
What camera was this person using? An auto focus or manual focus? Why did they not focus the object? Why is there so much shake on the footage? etc,
etc. That and the YouTube presentation with no story, no backstory, no information.
I mean at least the jerusalem video had a backstory. (Making it quite convincing and actually taking a good chunk of time from me as well as many
There have been plenty of videos in this forum of people taking video of something they see, but none with so many basic shooting errors. I deduced it
was intentional. Whether or not it is CGI or an out of focus video of a kite, the deduction of the intention remains true.
edit on 30-10-2013 by boncho because: (no reason given)