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Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by humanoidlord, Feb 26, 2018.

  1. Dejan Corovic

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    My thesis is that UFOnauts are people like us. So they have habits and weaknesses like everybody else. So, when (they think that) nobody is watching them they just go silly and have some fun. For some reason, it seems that they find quite funny to follow large planes and spook passengers. There is that classic video where a drone UFO flies around Concord that was on a flight to prepare British Airways advertisement.



    Second such opportunity is now classic video by Crow 777 on YT, where UFO shoots a beam of light while flying through contrail.



    On another forum there was a lady who watched UFO fly for a short time along the tip of the airliner she was on. It would be quite funny if 100s of similar videos turn up on YouTube and force governments to provide explanation.

    Whatever the reason, UFOs like to fool around with contrails and airliners. Up at 30,000ft UFOnauts feel quite safe, because they are not visible by naked eye from Earth and there is no foot traffic to stumble upon them by accident. If any military plane tries to intercept, they can easily spot it from miles away. Most likely their mother-ship can't see them either, although that's a wild one ;-).

    If we all build monitoring stations like the one that I described above, we can together monitor a huge patch of the planet's sky.

    And some brave, technically savvy, soul can attach such AI camera to an actuated telescope and go far beyond modest 50mm focal length that eBay offers. Telescope without glass lenses, just with mirrors, like Newtonian design, would work quite well even with FLIR sensors, that can't see through glass.
     
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  2. humanoidlord

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    this is as real as it gets, good find
    sadly we can't see any real detail in the object
     
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  3. humanoidlord

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    i have heard that this was a reflection from a compass in the the aircraft filming the ad
    you know that crow has become a flat earther, right?
    as for the video well, i don't know what it is, its either a balloon or a UFO, though i think the way it meandes trough the sky is a bit weird for a balloon, also the gunfire is a video artifact
     
  4. Dejan Corovic

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    Of course. I've watched the 'debunking' video by BBC or such, as well. Their explanation that it was a reflection is downright silly and easily counter-debunked.

    1) Object in question is of a constant brightness. That doesn't apply to reflections, because their brightness always vary with incidence angle.

    2) Object makes a straight line zag. Object comes in from bellow and almost vertically. Than, just when it is near the wing's root, it moves horizontally, along few windows and than it continues in a vertical direction. There is a drastic change of speed, from very fast to relatively slow, to very fast again. That can't be reflection, because reflections move very fast, because they are mostly cause by relative rotation between two objects.

    Slowing down next to the windows indicates that object was under intelligent control. Because in this universe and the next, window is still window and there is a chance to see another person on inside.

    3) Reflections always have some amount of transparency to them and one can partially see through them. This white object is continuously opaque, without a question and never for a moment shows itself as transparent.

    That was just standard dimwitted, but still arrogant, way of diverting attention of wast majority of people who can't be bothered to think with their own heads.

    That is completely irrelevant. Information comes from an instrument, video camera attached to the telescope and as such is completely objective. Are you suggesting that Crow 777's personal beliefs can influence pixels inside his camera?

    Object is clearly very close to the contrail, because when object shoots a beam, beam is shot through the vapor of the contrail. And that contrail is 30,000ft or 10km away. So by angular velocity, that object, flew at least few miles/kilometers during few seconds that it was inside the frame. How can balloon fly such a great distance and how balloon can shoot straight, non fading, beams of light?
     
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  5. humanoidlord

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    this version of the video is the low res version wich has a lot of video anomalies caused by compression, wich explains all anomalies you pointed out
     
  6. Dejan Corovic

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    That is very weak argument. Lowering resolution will tend to fade away the presence of weak artifacts like reflections. Completely the opposite, here the contrast of the white dot increased.

    That is completely irrelevant. Information comes from an instrument, video camera attached to the telescope and as such is completely objective. Are you suggesting that Crow 777's personal beliefs can influence pixels inside his camera?

    Object is clearly very close to the contrail, because when object shoots a beam, beam is shot through the vapor of the contrail. And that contrail is 30,000ft or 10km away. So by angular velocity, that object, flew at least few miles/kilometers during few seconds that it was inside the frame. How can balloon fly such a great distance and how balloon can shoot straight, non fading, beams of light?
     
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  7. humanoidlord

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    but in that case it increased the opacity of the reflection
    nope, just that his stupidity can make him say bizzare things
    i ain't sure if that is really a balloon, in fact the strange way it meanders trough the sky seems to debunk that possibility, also it doesn't shoots beams, that again a video artifact
     
  8. Dejan Corovic

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    Those beams, shot straight ahead of UFO were mentioned before is a few other cases. If I remember correctly, one case was Cisco Grove, California case, where a hunter had to sleep on a three because aliens tried to abduct him. He mentioned that after UFO left, it climbed through the sky in steps, each time shooting a beam of light ahead of itself before the next step.

    As well, well known ufologist Ray Stanford mentioned these beams and one well known scientist (forgot his name) actually made an plasma experiment where he tried to replicate that beam as means of propulsion.

    So, yes, these beams were known in the literature.
     
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  9. humanoidlord

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    i ain't doubting the validity of the phenomena of ufo beams of solid light, those are real
    what i am doubting is the video itself
     
  10. Dejan Corovic

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    Methodology you use to believe or not-believe seems completely idiosyncratic. Do you hate him, for some reason, because his name starts with letter 'C'?

    I mean, guy deservs a big hug from ufology community. While most of UFO audience waits to be entertained with scary abdction stories, he spends whole afternoons peering through telescope waiting for something like this to happen to share it with us all. And than somebody comes along, who never done any contribution to UFO research and 'doubts' his work???

    You are right, it's easy to photoshop that video, but that doesn't mean at all that he did it. You would have to bring a solid proof, digital artefacts etc. before you blame a guy who's doing a good work like Crow 777.

    Isac Newton was fanatically religios and he believed into supreme beings and alchemy. That didn't make him bad scientist at all. Copernicus was a priest. So what?

    I think you should criticize him only after you make a bigger contribution to UFO study than Crow 777 did.
     
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  11. humanoidlord

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    i don't get it?
    crow stopped his telescopy work, nowdays all he does is admin a podcast where he tells people how space is fake and composed of water or stuff like that
    i ain't saying its photoshop, thats a digital artifact
    i don't care about the religion of individuals, i care about what they want us to believe
    i wish
     
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    http://www.latest-ufo-sightings.net...ng-over-san-diego-california-29-aug-2018.html

    www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=124&v=6rlkAtu9wQI
     
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    Link?...

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    That was my first thought as soon as the video started.
     
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    *singing* I can watch videos here on chrome! *doing the happy dance*

    Cause I can't get the smilies to work. lol
     
  18. Zeke

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    The bird caught on tracker looks most interesting, somewhat resembling recent gun footage of UAP from the Pentagon. If not for all the additional extensive data provided and vast witness testimony, a debunker might even have some merit to use as example of mis-identification. Good video!
     
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    Replies to this British accent guy's pitiful attempt to explain away the ufo.

    "What everyone misses is that as the UFO moves down the side of the plane, a reflection of its light can be seen on the Concord windscreen, proving that this is no camera artifact but a self illumined object in 3D space. Case closed.

    "The 'expert' is one of those guys who has decided that "it cannot be therefore it isn't ". That's a highly irrational position to be in. I've worked with cameras for over 40 years and I don't see any sign of internal flaring here. The changes of direction evident in this clip rule out his weak explanation completely. This footage is one of the best examples of something unexplained, and it remains so in my opinion.

    "This is a classical debunker,,, This never happened... The footage is real and authentic. Nobody convinces me otherwise.

     
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    "I want to add that the object was pretty much holding position throughout the time it was visible to me which was around 10 minutes. The clouds were moving SW with a surface wind of around 7mph.

    This surely debunks the balloon theory unless it was tethered by thousands of feet of line strong enough to hold a balloon of that size in position.

    It was in very busy controlled airspace and what is obvious is that there were no airliners at all heading to Heathrow for the duration until it was gone.

    Obviously, it must have been tracked while it was in the Daventry CTA. I went to get my tripod and as soon as I did the object climbed rapidly at a near vertical angle until it was no longer visible.

    The first 5 minutes I recorded on my mobile phone which was completely wasted as it didn’t record. This really pissed me off because it flashing and rotating. Was fantastic.

    Thanks for watching.

    [guy who uploaded video]
     

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