A security camera set up to watch deer has recorded a very strange flying object with bright lights hovering over a yard in Virginia on November 16, 2017.
The owner of the cam stated that his ex wife was texting the video of the cam in her yard and said what the heck are these things?
Checking the video he saw strange lights flying like bugs but they don’t look like bugs or insects as you can see real bugs and insects flying around.
The lights are geometric and seem to be connected to each other and move in on the camera that gives off no light.
The owner who has submitted the video to Mufon case 88593 wonders whether the object is a UFO or something that can be explained as he has never seen something like this before.
Breaking news …
Please don’t send this to me or post it on social media where I’ll see it. It’s fake, folks.
Here’s the video. Watch it and you’ll see something very odd (not the “UFO”) that tells you it’s a fake:
What’s the tell-tale sign? The star-shaped lights in the foreground never move or flicker. NOTHING in the video ever moves or flickers or reflects light. It’s static — except for the UFO. That tells you it was superimposed on a still photograph and then made to look like a video. Anyone who’s ever looked at a city skyline at night will know how unnatural the video looks.
I can recall the first time this was circulating on Christian ministry “research” sites. Embarrassing. Still is.
Let’s preface this whole story with a disclaimer: It’s never really a good idea to pop a pimple. But, if you must, absolutely do not use a dirty woodworking blade.
How do we know? Because a 23-year-old man from Chicago did exactly that, and paid a gruesome price.
According to a case report published in The Journal of Emergency Medicine, doctors at the John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County treated a construction worker who came to them with a crusty, bloody, bulbous, warty lesion
The last time any country put boots or, rather, little metal feet, on the Moon was in 2013, when China landed its Yutu rover there. Before that, you’d have to look back to the 1970s to find anything built by Earthlings that camped out on the surface of the Moon.
But in 2018, India says it will be ready to join the ranks of the moon lander. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is getting ready to land its very first lunar rover by the end of March 2018, as part of its Chandrayaan-2 mission.
20 and Back is the standard phrase use to describe the tour of duty undergone by recruits into the SSP (Secret Space Program). The term 20 and back refers to the 20 year commitment that these military men and women make when they sign up to go into space – or the amount of time they are forced to serve as slaves. Recent whistleblowers to divulge their involvement in the SSP are Tony Rodrigues (who went public in 2016) and Michael Gerloff (who went public this year in 2017).
I was riding my motorcycle along lake michigan somewhere between chicago and north chicago heading south, and to my left, to the east, over the lake was a perfect sphere, utterly black like a black hole hovering over the water. it may have been a mile away, more or less, it was featureless so its hard to say. i kept looking back and forth from the road to the object for about 30 seconds, and the object was just ‘there’. i looked at the road, then back again and it was gone. it was a clear sky, beautiful summer day.
Marshes, streams and lakes lie alongside many of the roads and highways that zigzag across North America. Plants and animals inhabit these water bodies and can be exposed to many of the substances we put on those roads, including road salt.
Rock salt helps keep roads safe when winter storms hit, reducing winter road accidents. But it can also have serious, negative effects on aquatic ecosystems.
At high concentrations, salt can be fatal to some aquatic animals. Salt can also change
First off, don’t get me wrong, I love crazy geo-related films. I’m not going to pull a Neil DeGrasse Tyson here and take all the fun out of a movie because it is horribly, fantastically wrong when it comes to the science … but maybe we need to have a few words about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
The first trailer came out yesterday (you can see it below) and more or less, we can sum the movie up thusly: Dinosaurs versus the Volcano. From what I can gather, the plot involves trying to
The dead cores of two stars collided 130 million years ago in a galaxy somewhat far away.
The collision was so extreme that it caused a wrinkle in space-time — a gravitational wave. That gravitational wave and the light from the stellar explosion traveled together across the cosmos. They arrived at Earth simultaneously at 6:41 a.m. Eastern on August 17.
The event prompted worldwide headlines as the dawn of “multimessenger astronomy.” Astronomers had waited a generation for this moment.