Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by humanoidlord, Feb 26, 2018.
That Japanese stuff is 200% streigforward hoax. That's not even 3D CGI, that's most like the simplest 2D Adobe AfterEffects job. Look at it, in such a high contrast scen aeroplanes would have some kind of glint on the outer edges. Contrary to that these are just shadows without any detail. Mere cut-outs. Childish.
Few years back a teenager managed to fool BBC and they even published it on the news. Pathetic, because such a big TV station employs whole departments of CGI dedicated professionals.
Which case are you referring to Dejan? ... because there have been a couple from the sixties that I can remember.. but not in the CGI era that I recall mate? ... could you give a link?
It was on BBC within last 10 years. Sorry I can't be more precise.
You had perfect blue sky, with some trees in a low left corner. There in came from the right side, one UFO escorted by two Tornado jets. Tornado jets have a very distinctive silhouette with swing wings wide open. Presence of Tornado jets gave it authenticity that it happend in Britain, maybe it was just a "hook" for BBC. And UFO and planes were 1) black cutouts, without any details inside outline, 2) the whole group flew in absolutelly straight line, 3) flying into distance didn't change perspective of the three objects as one would expect as they reached towards the horizon.
I guess it's somewhere on the YouTube still claiming ubeilevable stuff.
Yes OK mate thanks for the reply. .. I had a look around and couldn't find the one that you were referring to, ... unless you actually meant this bit of comparatively recent infamy that no-one but the 'really-eager' thought was legit at all...
... but wasn't that supposed to be American? ... either way, it was quickly debunked and put most of 'the eager ones' off as well... UFO being escorted by two fighter jets video DEBUNKED - ThatsNonsense.com
... as I say, it really doesn't matter that much that I can't find the thing that you were alluding to, specially if, as you say... it was that shabby. But I might have found it interesting because I cannot recollect seeing any solidly-british 'flying-saucer UFO hoax videos that made the national news headlines ... only photographs from way back before videos such as this... .. from 1967.
This was one of a small armada of six flying saucers that arrived in Britain on September 4, 1967. lol.
...or as we are speaking of 'kids' performing the hoax, there's this rather famous [infamous] one ... from even earlier back in 1954 by 13 years old Stephen Darbishire... who later after a great amount of national attention confessed to hoaxing the whole thing! ... but then many years later in the mid-1980's realised that he missed his old celebrity and recanted his confession to writer/researcher Timothy Good and said that "of course it was a genuine UFO photo and that he had only said it was a hoax because of the pressure that he was under!" ... erm?... ok then. lol.
... there's more of course, but I think that this is not the correct thread for 'hoax-pictures' is it mate.
The video that you had shown was exactly the one I was thinking about. Good find. It was a long time ago, so I remembered it as Tornados escorts. But you can see how shabby CGI is, same as on that Japanese video before.
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Now you can compare that Russian UFO to this Mexican one from 30 years ago and they are very similar ships.
For all practical purposes, I would say that's inductive heating of metal surface by electrical currents.
... AND if we connect it back 70 years to the famous 1957 RB-47 over the Gulf of Mexico and Texas case, where RB-47 spy plane measured the exact 3 GHz EM frequency of the waves UFO was emitting, it would now be plainly obvious that that inductive heating was caused by these EM emissions. Or even better, we can connect it to the 1980 Cash-Landrum case, where two ladies suffered horrendous microwave radiation injuries because they stood just 30m (100ft) from a hovering UFO. Coincidently regular household microwave is 2.4GHz. Standing close to the working UFO is the same as opening of the door to the microwave oven.
At some point in the video, Carlos Diaz's UFO turned to the side and revealed that there is a distinct XY cross pattern to these inductive patches. So it doesn't take a genius to work out that these different inductive patches are used to somehow produce thrust and maneuver the craft in different directions.
And from a high school we know that when one heats up a black body, like a piece of coal or steel, it would go through red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and white color. So orange color is relatively speaking pretty cold, low heat emission. Most likely because UFO is just hovering, it's not doing much. When UFOs are seen higher up and moving fast, they are usually either bluish or white, because blue and white colors require higher temperatures probably produced by higher frequencies or stronger currents. There was a big UFO flap in Florida where witnesses reported orange UFOs. Well, they were orange because they were just hovering low to the ground.
A little physics can take one a long way in understanding these things. And even more, assure you that UFOs are real because they adhere to the same physics laws we use in our everyday lives.
This is why studying one single UFO case is pointless, because not all the effects get the opportunity to manifest in every case. One has to piece physical effects from the different cases into one holistic picture and than start reverse engineering the craft.
Of course, bigger question is why UFOs need these completely closed metallic hulls and why these metallic hulls have to oscillate EM waves? Is that how they somehow create Alcubiere warp drives from GR?
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Here is a good writeup about Carlos Diaz case.
"Expert analysis of Carlos Diaz’s UFO pictures has been extremely thorough. Mexican UFOlogist Jaime Maussan gave the original transparencies to Professor Victor Quesada at the Polytechnical Institute of the University of Mexico for examination.
Quesada stated: ‘We were shocked to discover that the spectrum of light from the object was unlike anything we have ever seen, it broke all previous parameters and didn’t match anything in our data banks.
The light was extraordinarily intense. There was no evidence of superimposition or a hoax. We estimated the object to be around 30 to 50 meters in diameter.’ Interestingly, the photographs were also analyzed by Dr Robert Nathan at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California. Nathan, a notorious UFO skeptic, stated that he could find no evidence of a fake.
Certainly, for many who have examined the three images, the first shot is the most impressive. In it, the orange glowing craft can be seen through the windshield of the car, and light from the object is reflected both off the car’s bonnet and off the metal guard rail by the side of the road. These, in particular, are details that experts claim are extremely difficult to fake."
As well, colonel Corzo had reviewed Carlos Diaz's videos and vouched that they are genuine.
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