"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious." - Albert Einstein
Posted 09 April 2012 - 09:45 AM
An airline passenger has filmed a strange object flying low over the city of Seoul in South Korea.
As the passenger uses a video camera to catch the view of the city out the window, a saucer-shaped, white-colored unidentified flying object whizzes by, erratically flying in a crazy path. It dips upward for a second before it disappears from view.
does anybody understand the language they're speaking? would be nice to know what they say....as Paxus said, it deserves a closer look, though i got a bit suspicious about the objects movements when it came into view. It looked a bit like somebody just pasted something in on top of the actual footage. When the object starts to rise, it loses that look...
I find it hilarious that people are so closed minded as to blindly yell fake! thinking that they are so clever. The clever ones have open minds and consider that there is absolutely no reason this type of thing should automatically be considered fake. Consider the multitude of sightings. Do you REALLY think that all these people out there have so much time and talent as to fake all these videos? It's like the crop circle issue. Sure, two men did all those crop circles...and still are...all over the world. That makes a lot of sense. It's like computer viruses. I should hope that people realize that it's the virus software people who are behind them, the whole computer industry for that matter. What better to increase sales? lol Anyway....
keenu, I find it hilarious when hypocrites like you accuse people of being closed-minded when they're drawing their conclusions from the evidence presented, while in the meantime, you disregard the evidence and conclude that it's as likely to be real as any completely unrelated sighting. It's an obvious fake. You're the one being closed-minded, because you're ignoring the obvious in favor of what you prefer to believe. All of us here have the inclination to believe. We're just not willing to close our minds in order to do so.