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UFO spotted flying over Mt Annan

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OK in the recent news we have this

Picture of a UFO hovering over Cleveland in Queensland, following a sighting at Mt Annan the previous week in December,

MT ANNAN is fast becoming Australia’s very own of Roswell, with yet another UFO sighting reported in the suburb last week.

Stargazer and Mt Annan resident Raksha Martinovic said she and her husband were looking up at the stars at 11.15pm on March 22 when they spotted strange lights in the sky.

Full story and earlier pic

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/macarthur/another-ufo-spotted-flying-over-mt-annan/story-fngr8h70-1226866279875

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obviously loads of elaborate hoaxers using mt annan has there hoaxing site

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has a similar form to a glider

Solar Impulse

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Seeder, too bad there is nothing else in pic 1 to use as a reference. Nice looking, though.

pic 2 - is it even legal to have more than the mandated number of lights on a craft? that just looks so wrong! :blush:

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Its hard to tell from the pic if it is solid with lights or many lights in formation, just cant open the link to read more.

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has a similar form to a glider

Solar Impulse

1923060.jpg

U got got right!

Quod Erat Demonstratum!

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The descriptions are a bit misleading when it comes to the supposed proximity of locations.. Cleveland is in Queensland, near Brisbane.

Mount Annan is in New South Wales, near Sydney. Approximately 1,000 km (or 620 miles) away by road.

It's a very confusingly written article, and there seems to be no source info whatsoever for the first image, only that it was in Cleveland, Qld.

I can't be bothered spending time trying to unravel articles written with this level of incompetence.

A special hi to the article writer - Sean Thompson of the Macarthur Chronicle Camden. I'm hoping one day one of these folks will Google themselves and turn up here to discuss the disjointed ramblings they pretend is 'journalism'....

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Very similar to the Lubbock Lights of 1951. IIRC, they were explained as streetlights in the town below being reflected off the white breasts of migrating plover. You might want to check if the town lights are blueish (keeping in mind that digital cameras can shift colors quite a lot) and what sort of migrating birds you have with reflective breasts and nocturnal habits.

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U got got right!

Quod Erat Demonstratum!

Nothing like it.

Poor demonstration. One is curved the other almost straight.

Recommendation:

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Cool! White shapeless blobs. Obviously of extraterrestrial origin.

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In nature :

" I don't know what it was " = Bigfoot

In the sky :

" I don,t know what it was " = Alien controlled craft

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Nothing like it.

Poor demonstration. One is curved the other almost straight.

Recommendation:

13732.jpg

That is because the snapshot was taken from a side

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Another fast debunking...

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Another fast debunking...

There's not much to go on when you take a photo of twelve blurry lights.

I wish the media wouldn't call something another "Roswell" when no spacecraft have crashed there and no alien bodies have been recovered there.

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13732.jpg

UFO detection glasses developed by ZOSERLABS Ltd.

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UFO detection glasses developed by ZOSERLABS Ltd.

You can quickly adjust them so that every light in the sky looks blurry enough to be mistaken for an alien spacecraft.

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They wouldn't be UFOs if they were clearly seen. Blurriness is a necessity for understanding and accepting.

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They wouldn't be UFOs if they were clearly seen.

They've been clearly seen and left unidentified.

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Shaky hand cams and out-of-focus frames do not a clear UFO sighting make.

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Okay, you're talking pictures and video.

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Why do they mostly come at night?

For stealth?.....

No.....

To show off their pretty lights.

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Why do they mostly come at night?

For stealth?.....

No.....

To show off their pretty lights.

what makes you think they are seen mostly at night?

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They're here during the day. It's just another broad generalization.

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what makes you think they are seen mostly at night?

From the pictures and videos posted, and on TV.....

I do not see near as many " daytime " footage...

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That is because the snapshot was taken from a side

Not convincing. Too curved to be that plane.

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