Re: Is this for real? - no

Message posted by beltway bandit on November 14, 2011 at 19:40:27 PST:

The "UFO" is a graphic overlaid atop a conventional twin-engine aircraft.

The angle of the lighting does not change on the object as it travels across the sky and the lighting is inconsistent with something traveling in the atmosphere during daylight hours (i.e., lit from above).

The footage is sped-up, as is evidenced by the horizontal transit of the contrails when they pass over the corrugated roof.

And then there's the bizarre moment at the end, when the contrails are casting shadows on the sky.

(Contrails, by the way, are the visible trails of condensed water vapour made by the hot exhaust of aircraft engines mixing with the cold air at high altitude. Chemtrails are a conspiracy theory that says that contrails don't exist and that the government is spreading hallucinogens/psychotropic drugs and/or preparing the atmosphere for alien invaders using jet engines.)

In Reply to: Is this for real? posted by Gimbal on November 14, 2011 at 6:12:29 PST:


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