View Full Version : Please watch my Video and tell me what you think.


King Goldfish
07-28-2004, 09:10 PM
Please read and watch my video.

No, this is not a short film, I plan on making one for you all as my first Experiment.

I just thought I would share this with you guys and would like input.
I was posting this on a few UFO sites I visit from time to time and I decided this would be a Great place to post it as well. If the Admins here feel this belongs in another forum then go ahead and move it.

I just wanted to share it with you guys though.

As some of you know Im just learning Vegas Video so it kind of came to good use today for adding a sub title effect.. i added it since its hard to hear me.

This is not me attempting to try out my software as a project but rather it just happened. I video taped what I thought was a star this morning but it turned out to have a little friend next to it. Although I do work with 3D Studio max I did not create this as a hoax.

My video

please, Comcast is weird at times. Please right click and save if it doesnt stream

http://home.comcast.net/~tr0g/lite.html

NicklausLouis
07-28-2004, 09:17 PM
MOVED TO "THE LOBBY" by POKE

Yeah, that is weird.

One comment, and this isn't directed straight at you King G, but why is it that whenever people see UFO's they never have a tripod handy?

Poke

King Goldfish
07-28-2004, 09:32 PM
I had one 10 feet behind me.

Here is what happened.


My dog and the neighbors dog started barking. My wife and I work different hours.

My wife leaves to work around 4am sometimes. it was minutes after she left so I heard the dogs bark and got up to make sure there wasnt a prowler and to make sure if my wife left OK.

then as I started dozing off the dogs barked again (Which isnt something they both normally do at 4-4:30 am.

So I looked out the window of my backyard (Sometimes we have an opossum that plays dead on the fense and lays there for half an hour with My dog barking at him.. but usually its at around midnight since they are nocturnal)

So i looked up and thought it must be venus or mercury. I couldnt get back to bed so I thought i'de video tape it.

I went downstairs and out in my patio at first.. you can hear the cars driving by since I have a Highway behind me.
but the thing was really bright and I couldnt focus. so I went upstairs and decided to video tape it one more time. I notice something off to the side of it and zoomed in. it looked like a beed of lights or something. At first I thought since now Im filming through a glass window its just a reflection or affecting the camera lenz. but i moved my head around with the camera and could see it was 2 objects. then they both got really bright and the star light object started looking like it was ripping in two. it looked almost square and I could faintly see the other object at that time. So I knew it wasnt my window. then i shut it off and moved to the next window and I could still see the 2 objects. it looked like it was moving closer to the brite star.

I dont think it was a 747 either.. it was there collectivly for about an hour. I was going to attempt to go back outside since the sun was dawning and thought the lenz would adjust a little more and so the star wouldnt be to bright to catch and focus but the battery died.

Its not a hoax, And i have tried as a joke to hoax UFOs before. thats the funny part :D

Shaw
07-28-2004, 11:32 PM
Where are you located King Goldfish?

It's really hard to tell anything from the video unfortunately.

What sort of science labs and airforce bases are nearby?

Zensteve
07-29-2004, 12:18 AM
I'm going with the third (unlisted) option on the Poll... Fake.

http://www.StevenRichards.com/temp/ufo_1.jpg

http://www.StevenRichards.com/temp/ufo_2.jpg

indietalk
07-29-2004, 12:37 AM
I think it's a martini olive. I can see the hole where the toothpick was and everything. That's the toothpick floating over on the side. OK, where's my drink! :lol:

bad haircut
07-29-2004, 01:35 AM
Some one has alcohol on the mind! Tsk tsk. Not a healthy habbit indie :D me I like ufo’s but I can’t watch the video right now… hopefully later

King Goldfish
07-29-2004, 11:17 PM
I'm going with the third (unlisted) option on the Poll... Fake.

http://www.StevenRichards.com/temp/ufo_1.jpg

http://www.StevenRichards.com/temp/ufo_2.jpg

Nope :(

that light was real. the camera couldnt focus. i dont know why its flat on top and bottom.

someone told me in some frames it looks like a ring with lights on both ends. like windows of light.

so I made this. But Zen, this light is real not composited.

http://home.comcast.net/~tr0g/cs.jpg

Zensteve
09-08-2004, 12:19 AM
Not directly related to the the thread, but Mr Fish's delight in UFOs...

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5897539/

(I'll format the quoted text later)





Flying Triangle’ sightings on the rise

New analysis spurs speculation on secret planes


An eyewitness in Port Washington, Wis., described a large object that flew over her home at an altitude of 500 feet in October 1998. The witness’s husband is a graphics artist, so this graphic reconstruction from the pair shows a football field-sized, wedge-shaped object with flashing red, blue and white “disco lights.”


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By Leonard David
Senior space writer

Updated: 3:33 p.m. ET Sept. 2, 2004

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They have become legendary in UFO circles. Huge, silent-running “Flying Triangles” have been seen by ground observers creeping through the sky low and slow near cities, and quietly cruising over highways.

The National Institute for Discovery Science, or NIDS, has cataloged the Triangle sightings, sifting through and combining databases to take a hard look at the mystery craft. Based in Las Vegas, NIDS is a privately funded science institute with a strong research focusing on aerial phenomena. The results of their study have just been released, and lead to some unnerving, puzzling conclusions.

The study points out: “The United States is currently experiencing a wave of Flying Triangle sightings that may have intensified in the 1990s, especially towards the latter part of the 1990s. The wave continues. The Flying Triangles are being openly deployed over and near population centers, including in the vicinity of major interstate highways.”

Covert operations?

A key NIDS conclusion is that the actions of these triangular craft do not conform to previous patterns of covert deployment of unacknowledged aircraft. Furthermore, “neither the agenda nor the origin of the Flying Triangles are currently known.”

The years 1990-2004 have seen an intense wave of Flying Triangle aircraft, the study observes. Sifting through reports by hundreds of eyewitnesses, the NIDS assessment states that the behavior of the vehicles “does not appear consistent with the covert deployment of an advanced DoD [U.S. Department of the Defense] aircraft.”

Rather, it is consistent with (a) the routine and open deployment of an unacknowledged advanced Defense Department aircraft or (b) the routine and open deployment of an aircraft owned and operated by personnel outside the Defense Department, suggests the NIDS study.

“The implications of the latter possibility are disturbing, especially during the post-9/11 era when the United States airspace is extremely heavily guarded and monitored,” the NIDS study explains. “In support of option (a), there is much greater need for surveillance in the United States in the post-9/11 era, and it is certainly conceivable that deployment of low-altitude surveillance platforms is routine and open.”

‘Open, even brazen’

According to Colm Kelleher, NIDS’ administrator, the newly completed quasi-“meta-analysis” of Flying Triangles melds three major databases, from NIDS, the Mutual UFO Network and independent researcher Larry Hatch, the creator and owner of one of the world's largest and most comprehensive UFO databases.

Live Vote

What is the likeliest explanation for 'Flying Triangles'?


Alien spacecraft.

Part of a secret government aerospace project.

Misinterpretation of an everyday phenomenon.

Mental delusion.

None of the above.


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What is the likeliest explanation for 'Flying Triangles'? * 26078 responses


Alien spacecraft.
14%

Part of a secret government aerospace project.
55%

Misinterpretation of an everyday phenomenon.
14%

Mental delusion.
11%

None of the above.
6%

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Kelleher said the analysis indicates that deployment of Flying Triangles is open, not covert, and involves low-flying, brightly lit aircraft routinely deployed over populated areas including cities and interstate highways.

“However, I cannot say whether these are U.S. Air Force aircraft. We simply don't know,” Kelleher told Space.com. “But it does not appear to be consistent with the covert patterns of deployment we saw with the F-117 and B-2 prior to their acknowledgement. This is open, even brazen.”

For example, a perfunctory look at the how past military stealth aircraft programs were kept from the public eye — although they eventually came to light — is different from the patterns for the Flying Triangles.

Prior to acknowledgement of the F-117 and B-2 aircraft, only rare nighttime sightings occurred in the sparsely populated sections of Nevada, California and a few other states. Flying at low altitude over populated areas was rarely reported for the F-117 or B-2.

“In contrast, the Flying Triangle deployment, especially during the 1990s, appears more consistent with the open and public operation of these aircraft,” the study explains. The trend of open deployment of the Flying Triangles is not consistent with secret operation of an advanced military aircraft.

No attempt to hide

The database-driven study of the Flying Triangle shows the following patterns:
Sightings take place near cities and on Interstate highways.
They are seen at low altitude in plain sight of eyewitnesses.
They fly at extremely low speed or hover in plain sight of eyewitnesses.
The vehicles sometime fly with easily noticeable bright lights — either blinding white lights, or “bright disco lights” that usually flash combinations of red, green or blue.


The NIDS study emphasizes that the flying of these vehicles may be more in harmony with an attempt to display or to be noticed. There appears to be little or no attempt to hide. That finding has led to a modification of an earlier NIDS hypothesis that the Triangles are covertly deployed Defense Department aircraft.

While it is too early to dismiss the previously published NIDS correlation between Triangle sightings and a subset of U.S. Air Force bases, the apparent association with centers of population may point away from a covert program. “Rather, it is consistent with routine and open deployment of an advanced aircraft,” the NIDS study concludes.

Clustered on both coasts

During the ensuing years (2000-2004), NIDS received hundreds of reports from people in the United States and Canada reporting large triangular aircraft, often silent and often flying at very low altitude and at low air speed. In many cases, the objects were brightly lit. NIDS files also include reports of Flying Triangles from remote areas.

In mid-2004, NIDS reviewed its database that contains the locations of the Triangle sightings in the United States. The sightings of Triangles appear primarily adjacent to population centers and along interstate highways, with sightings clustered on both coasts.

NIDS has amassed almost 400 separate sightings of triangular/boomerang/wedge-shaped objects. Many of these craft are brightly lit, low-flying, and traveling at unexpectedly low air speeds.

In earlier reports, NIDS outlined a tentative correlation between reported sightings of Triangles and the locations of Air Mobility Command and Air Force Materiel Command bases in the United States.

Like a ‘Star Trek’ uncloaking

According to ground observers, the features of a Black Triangle are indeed impressive.

For example, the NIDS study includes the observation of a person in Port Washington, Wis., who encountered a large object that flew over her home at an estimated altitude of 500 feet (150 meters) in October 1998. Her eyeing of the clear starry night was interrupted as the craft came into her field of view.

“Suddenly this monstrosity came out of the ‘blue,’ just like a Star Trek 'uncloaking', no kidding ... so quiet I couldn’t believe it and so huge ... no more than 500 feet or so up, and big enough to take up my field of sky vision,” she reported.

Crude mathematics, the witness recounted, would make the vessel about 200 feet wide and 250 feet long (60 by 75 meters).

In wrapping up its look at the burgeoning number of Flying Triangle sightings in the United States, NIDS also took into account the work of writers and researchers delving into the topic both in the United States and abroad.

Those analyses fall into two camps: One says the Triangles are human-made, while the other says they are not.

“In 2004 it is extremely difficult to distinguish between these two possibilities, since the former option overlaps heavily with legitimate national security concerns, while in the absence of much more physical evidence, the latter option is not testable,” the NIDS assessment concludes.

DirectorX
09-08-2004, 12:32 AM
Link not working right now...

CommanderGoat
09-08-2004, 11:46 PM
My uncle once saw a black flying triangle in 1984 in Utah........10 years later, after it became declassified, it turned out to be the F-117.

Zensteve
09-09-2004, 03:14 AM
it turned out to be the F-117.

Your masked alien overlords would have you believe that, yes. http://www.stevenrichards.com/images/smiley_creepy.gif

scooter
09-09-2004, 04:57 AM
Linkie no workie.....

NicklausLouis
09-09-2004, 10:36 AM
My uncle once saw a black flying triangle in 1984 in Utah........

What'd he do then, Napoleon?

Poke

ahab
09-09-2004, 06:15 PM
Linkie no workie.....

Do I smell a conspiracy? Cover-up?

CootDog
09-10-2004, 06:49 AM
Page URL Not Found!!


The requested page does not exist on this server. The URL you typed or followed is either outdated or inaccurate.


Where's the video... I'll host it if you don't have a spot on the net

Zensteve
09-10-2004, 06:25 PM
Here's a copy of the original video. (2.7mb, WMV)

http://www.ZenWeasel.com/temp/lite.wmv :abduct:

Just up for a few days, then emptying the temp folder again.

CootDog
09-10-2004, 09:36 PM
What is totally wierd is that I KNOW where that was. I used to live in Antioch, CA which is 2 towns away from Brentwood.

I had a jeep and would always for 4Wheel'n almost every night in the hills heading to Mt. Diablo.

One night, 2 friends and I were looking at the mountain from the top of a hill when we saw a bright light flying over the mountain in our direction. I figured it was a jet that took off from Oakland airport or something. Then it broke off into 3 crafts which increased speed to like 4 or 5 times faster than before it broke. Each craft went in a different direction and looked that they were going up in altitude. For example the 1 craft was gaining altitude as a jet would after taking off from an airport. It was heading North. When it broke into 3, 1 craft continued North another went NE and the other NW at astonishing speed. We lost sight after about 5 or 10 seconds.

BUT that's not the first time I saw a "UFO" in that area. Once I was coming back from a Dr appointment in Walnut Creek and was taking Highway 4 past the Concord Naval Weapons Station. I was like 14 or 15 at the time so my GrandMa was driving. I was just looking out at the station when I saw a UFO fly inbetween the hills there and continue at a speed that had to have been faster than Mach3 at least towards stockton, probably flew over Brentwood too. A lot of people saw it to and caused a 15 car pile up which we were in. Everyone got out of their cars and said that they saw something over there.


Keep those cameras pointed at the sky.

I just wonder if this video we saw was genuine. I mean you can't roll down the window to get a better look? Come on....