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Who said anything about 'grey aliens'? Ive never once said anything about aliens or UFO's- all Ive said is there is not enough information in the film to say definitively what we are looking at.
But again, for it to be Chinese lanterns, we have to accept that they are either being partially obscured by something or they are some type of 'self igniting' lantern. Quite a leap.........
So, when it does go out for that second or half a second at what ever height with heightened wind speed gusting in considering the higher you go, there be more wind.
How does come it back on?edit on 6-1-2014 by Specimen because: (no reason given)edit on 6-1-2014 by Specimen because: (no reason given)
reply to post by Awolscout
Chinese lanterns can be set off by anyone and in fact seem to be growing trend across the country. That said while Ashburn may be predominately white (I think. I only ever venture to Ashburn to go to Lost Rhino) it is just a few minutes from Sterling which does have an Asian population.
reply to post by wmd_2008
I'm not so much into analysis of data or behind the scene circumstances. Although, I still wonder how a candle and bag over it can get it self in such heights at times.
Plus, I'm in the Greater Toronto Area, so I think we have a much larger oriental population then the U.K does. Well not so much in my general area, but I still see some large groups every now and then.
reply to post by MissBeck
Yep. We have:
- New years eve celebrations.
- Lights lined up coming from the ground.
- Bright orange in color.
- The lights blinked out.