Discussion in 'The Pub' started by EADGBE, Mar 14, 2015.
Yes, is a plane landing at a nearby airport. If you look at the people walking in the parking lot they are walking about four times faster than normal the video is sped up and that is just a plane landing.
But then it would be an IFO.
That is local to me. The area astronomy club has firmly discounted as a lens artifact.
That much speed would result in a noticeable shockwave, thus the object has no mass.
That trajectory at that speed would have gone past the horizon- the light obviously decends below the horizon in the picture.
Probably a lens flare from a passing vehicle.
Or swamp gas reflecting light off Venus.
I was hoping you would have written swamp gas reflecting light off Uranus. But then again, I have a childish humor.
Yes, it looks like Irving.
Fiery the angels fell.
Look at the cars on the road and the one driving in the parking lot. That video was not sped up.
Sorry, I was watching on a small screen. The car entering the parking lot looked like a group of people walking. My Bad!
I heard a supposed alien say that humans will know about aliens between 2015 and 2017. He said this in 2009. So let's see if it's true! BTW..this is no joke.
But you heard it in 2009 which means you're not human.
Burn him!!! Burn the alien!!
Lens flare occurs through more than one plane of glass, which is why it always looks like at least several spheres, not one. It also is not so focused, and that camera was probably using a pretty small aperture. Lastly, the headlights are coming from pretty much straight on, which again, doesn't ever cause lens flare.
In short, there is no way it was a lens flare.
looks sped up. the red light flashing for example.
Obviously, it's the TARDIS.
i thought we weren't s'posed to call people that?
flying fickle finger of fate
No I heard in 2015, he said it 2009. It's on the internet which means it must be true
Maybe this chart will help...