Ufo In London
June 29, 2011 by staff
Ufo In London, A new viral video circulating on the Internet purports to show what has been called a “mother ship” and at least three separate smaller ships abroad filmed in the skies of London. The most famous video (which was taken anonymously and is one of the two or three versions in circulation) shows a large bright white oval in and out from behind the clouds over about 20 seconds, then zoom off with three white spots also makes an appearance. [Watch]
So what are they? The movement pattern is unlike any known aircraft, and some are already proclaiming the sighting as evidence of aliens. While not exactly the same as landing on the White House lawn proverbial (or above 10 Downing Street), some say that one aspect of London is a very high-profile statement that the aliens are here.
Others are not so sure. Some believe that the videos are just a viral marketing tool to publicize the upcoming sci-fi alien movie “Iron Sky”. One argument against this explanation is that the movie is not scheduled to be released until April 2012, although studies often begin the promotion of principles, and these amateur videos of UFOs would take little time or effort for special effects professionals.
In fact, the crudeness of the UFO’s of London may be a sign of falsity.
The spaceship in the video look like an alleged UFO video taken in Jerusalem earlier this year concluded that many experts (including me and those of MUFON, the largest pro-UFO organization in the world) were false. [10 aliens encounters denials]
The mothership and his brothers UFO filmed in London are among the images absolute easiest to fake, bright ovals and dots. No details, no flying saucer or aliens windows waving hello from above. Only the white dots in motion that anyone with a video editing chops can be created with little effort.
Another sign that this is false is the way the video starts.
The cameraman apparently random shooting a worldly sidewalk, and then quickly moves to a street corner, where we take note of the reactions of bystanders before pointing the camera skyward to see what exactly is what has captured their attention. That video of the air for a minute, then back to bring the camera down to show a small group of people who are also looking into the sky and get photos.
This behavior is very suspicious that someone who really believes there is extraterrestrial craft in the skies could return at any time. If you saw what you believe is a UFO that could zip in minutes, not training his camera on the spacecraft that the first thing you do? The need to create, edit, and posted the video clearly wanted to make sure viewers knew that others had seen and were reacting to the lights.
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