UFO Conjectures

Monday, May 01, 2023

Two videos: One an orb, the other a craft -- both interesting






  • Yes, the second link is a classic and hard to explain in rational terms. My question is how good are Dilettoso's analytical skills when he claims the object is a mile-long and flying at 80,000 feet?

    By Blogger Ron, at Tuesday, May 02, 2023  

  • It was the closing video shots showing me the rotating "cabin lights" that impressed me.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, May 02, 2023  

  • I'm fairly certain the "cylindrical" object was a long spider web strand fixed to something at the top of the building. You'll notice the observer said it didn't really move & you had to blot out the sun to see it. That's typical of spider web strands floating around or fixed to a structure. I see this every year during clear days in the late summer or fall.

    The pulsing effect in the first video from the airline pilot looks to be nothing more than camera autofocus attempting to lock onto a point source. The structure he sees is just an artifact from a badly out of focus image.

    By Blogger jlmet, at Tuesday, May 02, 2023  

  • jlmet:

    Take a look at the closing moments of the video, showing a telephoto close-up or enlargement of the captured image...it's interesting, not a spider web.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, May 02, 2023  

  • My take is that the 'lights" are likely either imperfections in the strand or maybe even very small drops of moisture attached to it. Perceived rotation of the lights is caused by movement of the strand. Also, from the six-minute time mark the video is clearly out of focus, giving the object a larger & more solid look.

    By Blogger jlmet, at Wednesday, May 03, 2023  

  • Thanks jlmet...

    You may be right.....you know me, a sucker for the dopeyist stuff.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Wednesday, May 03, 2023  

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