posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 12:12 PM
reply to post by Spacespider
I am not even going to go into how often these images may have been debated over before, what conclusions were drawn about the motivations behind
their creation, or any of that. What I want to know is this...
What distance, are these objects supposed to have been from the planet Earth, at the time that each was recorded by the equipment used?
You see, calling them interstellar ships, if they were not found to be any further away than say, the edge of our solar system, is basically making a
massive assumption. Interstellar space begins when the edge of our solar system has been left behind, and one travels in raw space. That is, the space
between our solar system, and other star systems, hence the name, interstellar.
If these objects were recorded in our solar system, then by definition, they should be called interplanetary, and even calling them spaceships might
be a leap. For all the person who allegedly recorded these things can possibly know, they could be sentient, organic things, ejected from the
impossible atmosphere of Jupiter like spores from a mushroom.
Basically, the assumptions that Escamillia is jumping to about his discoveries, call into question the entire claim that he is making, and I for one
find that distinctly fishy.