posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 04:33 PM
for me the winner by a mile is the nellis s-30 footage
i've seen the footage before but david rudiak's analysis has made me look at it again - given where it was taken and the equipment used i'm surprised
there isn't more interest in it:
an aircraft with very impressive flight capability (given the analysis is sound),
highly unusual visual characteristics and no obvious flight, control or propulsion mechanisms,
recorded at one of the most sensitive sites on earth, with one of the most advanced camera/radar systems in existence.
i think the problem is it looks very unimpressive because it lacks visual context - just a jumping camera tracking an indistinct object slowly getting
larger - but with context provided by the flight path analysis it becomes a bit more interesting
for me it's either the best fake i've seen or it's a genuine unknown - but why make such a boring fake that gets largely ignored for 20 years, given
the resources the perpetrators presumably had at their disposal?
edit on 5-9-2014 by aynock because: filled out