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Pilot films mystery lights over South China Sea


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Same thing I thought..  Mt Rainer, 1947. Same year as Roswell.. 

..The pattern of these lights cutting in and out, and reappearing on the other end of the string of lights,

I seem to see this a lot with other footage of multiple "ufo's".. Same kind of weird appear disappear light show..

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Looks like a fairly basic drone swarm to me, likely by China, for recon or intimidation.

Far too slow to be jets, IMHO.

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I'd love to see the real, uncompressed original video.  Frankly, my spider senses say it's CG, and given the things are featureless, presumably there is zero corroboration (no-one else on the plane saw/filmed it?) - then it's a dead end - may as well be CGI, as adding little white dots and having them autotracked against the background is dead set easy.

 

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South China sea , exactly where problems between China and Taiwan is and where USA has sent its most precious Intel....

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Just as China investigate a cube shaped hut on the moon. 

The lights are from the intergalactic craps championship committe and they need to know if Zog had rolled a six or a four.

There's lots of trillium pesos riding on the outcome and they're a bit embarrassed they lost the second dice.

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I saw this a day or two ago on YouTube and it looked like CG to me. It was indeed my first thought, but I am not a trained expert so I don't know.

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Yep police drone formation for sure. Nothing to see here people. Move along.
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I watched it a few times what I noticed was they all seem to connected and it didn�t really look like it was part of the background clouds as if it was a reflection or digital fake.
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On 12/13/2021 at 9:56 PM, Silver Surfer said:

It's just a group of common Pterodactyls

No, but you're close - I think it was the much rarer Pterodactylus illuminati, the Luminous Pterodactyl.  Although rare, they fly in very organised formations, called 'fleets' to distinguish them from boring flocks of birds..

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