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originally posted by: intrptr
So the video seems pulled now. That must mean they are covering up… (eyes rolling emoticon). I checked eight whole pages to see if it reappeared. It was wasted time except for Phages remarks. So many stars for insulting one of the finest minds on ATS. For shame ATS. (It must be the lurking crowd).
Let me know the next time they see this one.
It was wasted time except for Phages remarks. So many stars for insulting one of the finest minds on ATS. For shame ATS. (It must be the lurking crowd).
So where were all the stars in favor of his comments, made by the resident elite old boys club?
Finest minds? I am sorry but having access to a lot of factual information doesn't make you a great thinker.
Here the "bird" is seen flying vertical along the wing of the plane
And you know that is the same object how ?
And why do you all ignore the fact that the object (Bird) passes beneath the wing meaning it is smaller that you assume.
You aren't sorry, either.
Don't realize he was trying to establish credibility of the evidence as presented. Or you do and just had fun poking that with a stick. Like I said, eight pages of 'its not a blurd…'
Your approximation had it close to the wing but the bird passes beneath the wing which means it is considerably closer than you estimated so of course it changes the estimated size of it.
originally posted by: Constance
If the Lions Ground drawing of the path of the object is roughly correct, the object flew from right to left around the front of the plane and then circled back beneath the plane and ran down again along the right side in the opposite direction. It's likely that the information leading to the red-line drawing of the path around the front of the plane and then down the left side (at first) is based on what the 'second witness' seated in the front left of the plane reported. Obviously a more detailed report is needed..