No, not at all. At the best, 10% of recent ones have a good video of UFO. Just blasting links without any intro or comment is more or less spamming the thread. Depictions of UFOs and animations don't count as UFOs. If there is a good shot of UFO it would be a courtesy to comment at which point on the video's timeline there is that sequence. Idea is that this thread is just for videos depicting potential UFOs and other threads are a good place for opinions and stories.
Joshua P. Warren and Mobius provided us with Jason Suraci's intriguing video footage that he captured using Paratemporal night vision equipment.
Mobius shares this account with us:
Jason Suraci had just come back from attending Joshua Warren's Finding Your Magic seminar in Las Vegas. He lives in Colorado near the Space Command Air Force base and nightly sees odd things. Jason sent Joshua Warren and Mobius videos showing that people all over the US had seen tube-like UFOs over the last few days. He was fascinated with one that was seen by the CE5 group: "ECETI Captures a Huge Craft."
Jason sent several other videos seen all over the US. Some were obvious SpaceX and some were much more mysterious. There was also a SpaceX launch that same day adding to the confusion of videos in circulation. Jason wrote both Joshua Warren and Mobius and simply stated he had made up his mind he was going out that night and was going to capture this tube-shaped UFO video footage himself.
A few hours later Jason sent his video and said he got it. Joshua, Mobius, and soon the whole UFO community was doing analysis on the video, looking up satellite tracks, rocket launches, and reviewing all data. The analysis clearly shows stars and other objects dithering through the clouds, but the tube-like UFO simply vanishes and never re-emerges. It is a very strange video and should open up a wide discussion of debate.
This is not the only strange thing Jason has captured. Please subscribe to his YouTube Channel where nightly he sees some amazingly strange sightings that equally have not been explained.
Visually speaking I would give that video every credit. I can't spot any of the usual failings due to video compositing.
But, purely on behavioral grounds, from 100s of stories that I read, UFOs simply don't put up displays like that above major populated areas. Simply, there is the way how UFOs behave and this completely breaks all trends. I am pretty sure that is fake.
It is impossible that in such a large city of few millions of people nobody else noticed anything. When UFO flew over Phenix, Arizona 600 people reported seeing the craft. When a similar event happened in Jerusalem there were 3-4 simultaneous mobile phone recordings.