Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by humanoidlord, Feb 26, 2018.
USS Nimitz, Tic Tac UFO, AATIP, FAA, the Navy and Pentagon
Other may know this already, but I've been given information I didn't know about the Somerset footage:
"One of those involved in the filming, Rod Dickinson, is an artist whose work on creating crop circles is well-known. See Rod Dickinson - Wikipedia and this review of 'Trickster', an article about him in the Oxford Art Journal in 1999: Trickster on JSTOR"
This raises doubt ab0ut the footage.
Emmeneger documentary UFOs Past Present and Future.
I Know What I Saw.
I found no accompanying information attached to this video circulating on social media...
I have nothing specific to pin on this video, but I would still say it's fake.
1) This is obviously trying to depict a night vision video. I used NV for hunting. One thing it is not very sharp, it's very grainy, and the video suffers from very low contrast. No way one would be able to see the edges of the leaves in the background or details on the alien's face. So this image is too perfect. That's it's biggest problem.
2) At the very end camera moves so that line of sight hits a tree that is between the camera and the alien. Now the way the camera moved is just too smooth. I've spent lots of time hunting and outdoors. When one is outdoors, there is no way for one to move, from standing still to sideways position (like here) without the camera going at least a little bit up and down or rolling a bit. Like, one would expect some camera shake. Conversely, if one is doing a whole thing in a 3D design software, smooth camera move is a default. One just sticks the camera on a 3D path and job done.
3) Aliens are known to see in the dark. As per Roswell, they have these dark membranes they pull over their eyes that enable them to see in the dark. Anyhow, it would be crazy to expect an alien to wander around in a dark without some night vision. So the question is then, if alien had night vision, how comes it didn't spot the camera guy?
I think it's a very amateurish hoax when all is taken into the account.
Hi Nivek, I initially vote for FAKE. ... [I say initially because I only had a quick look so far] by means of finding the provider's other content, because he leaves no information at all on his TT and FB accounts but has provided at least three extraordinary events for our general bemusement.
The first... .. which turned out to be the Goodyear blimp [if you remember?] https://nypost.com/2020/09/15/ufo-seen-flying-over-new-jersey-really-a-goodyear-blimp/
the second... #nazy #ufos #viral #finalsurpresa #ovnis ... which is of course just a digitally manipulated image has been circulating since at least 2013, and here's the original picture it was manipulated from ..
... and the third one that you posted.... Which I sincerely believe to be of equal legitimacy!
... And though I can't be certain, I believe the identification of this 'merry-trickster' to be someone by the name of 'Randi Panken' .... take a look at his site and see the other cheap-fakes there... Mystery Science created by Randi Panken | Popular songs on TikTok
Cluster of UFOs Filmed in Mexico
An intriguing video from Mexico shows a curious cluster of lights in the sky and some suspect that they could be an armada of alien craft. The odd footage was reportedly shot at a medieval-themed housing and tourist development known as Val’Quirico on the evening of October 22nd. In the video, at least three dozen glowing orbs can be seen moving back and forth across the sky in a somewhat erratic fashion.
They could be drones.
And they didn't jump out of their skins watching/ filming this thing ??
If you stop thinking UFOs and start thinking birds and sunlight that's what they look like to me. A handful of french fries could break up that alien swarm
Or a gunshot...
On the top video, the image of it I mean, notice how two of the lights seem to be of a different color?
Those are maneuvering or signaling lights. Keeps them from having to use radio or other electronic media, and thus stay off our own radars, but also as a sort of token or bragging rights. If they are yellow to red it means they are going generally downwards, and light blue and white means upward. I just yesterday saw an image of this displayed on the side of a building, which was furnished to me by the one who saw it in the States.
Come on over one warm night and have a few beers with me out on the deck.
You'll probably see a number of weird looking lights like that over the course of a few hours.
Man, that's the best invite I have had in awhile. Here's what one of the visitors to my site sent me. This is from this past week, and it appears that it is being projected onto the side of his building. I believe it might represent these same maneuvering lights as I discussed above.
Do a little searching here for threads on the Hudson Valley Wave. I put a bunch up a while ago. Beer’s still cold & free even if you don’t agree with what you find
Separate names with a comma.