Monthly Archives: January 2011
A video was uploaded to YouTube featuring two black orbs making strange movements above trees in Florida, January 13, 2011.
Skip to 0:38 (thirty eight seconds into the video) to see the video with closer zoom.
I’m sure that your first guess will be ‘Birds!’ That was my first guess, too, and I almost backed out of the video because of that. But when I continued to watch, I noticed the ‘UFOs’ don’t seem to have flapping wings.
When a bird flaps its wings, it rocks and flitters, but these seem to take smooth dives and paths.
They also seem to be able to instantly redirect their path. I’ve not seen a bird that can do that.
One of them even seems to pause for a moment before continuing. To see this, skip to 0:57 and watch the UFO on the left side of the screen. Maybe I’m mistaken and it’s just making a sharp circle or maybe the camera is moving in a way that makes it look like the UFO isn’t moving.
Some people say this could also be electronic, remote-controlled devices, like a childrens toy helicopter or jet, mainly because of the noise heard in the video. I honestly don’t believe toys would make strange movements like those and neither do I think children would fly them into the clouds at the end of the video or as high as they are in the video. Would a remote controlled device even be able to travel so far away from the remote?
Relating to the noise, I first though it was added into the video to add dramatic effect. Most all UFO videos on YouTube will have music playing in the background with the ‘official alien music’ or other dramatic, horror-movie music.
I don’t know what they are, but I don’t think I’m ready to say it’s a bird or a remote-controlled device.
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Here is a collection of YouTube UFO sightings from January 2011. I’ll leave my opinion on the sightings if I have anything to say.
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NOTE: The first half of this video is unrelated to the UFO. It’s suggested that you skip to 3:44 (three minutes and fourty four seconds into the video) to see the slow-motion footage and following it many different speeds and video manipulations that make seeing the UFO much easier.
On January 1. 2011 a couple of medical professionals on a trip to Peru, took the first early morning flight on a small Cesna aircraft to view the famous Nazca Lines. This video was taken from the plane window during the viewing of the lines. The weather was absolutely perfect, as it usually is in this part of the desert. From out of no where, the plane was overtaken by a large dark dense set of clouds. The passengers described fear as the captain of the plane asked them to brace themselves against the immenent turbulance. The small craft was soon entirely engulfed by the clouds. The man videoing the Nazca Lines kept the camera rolling as they passed through the clouds. Unknown to the tourist was the disk that passed unsafely close to the plane. He did not notice it until they returned to their room later on in the morning and viewed the tape. He was so shocked at what he had seen that he uploaded segments of the flight and shared them to be viewed by others. At this time the tourist is still in Peru for another 10 days and will not be available for questions until he comes back to the US.
This information was found in the description of the video on Youtube that is featured above. It has also been posted by other websites.
This YouTube video shows a strange, fire-ball like UFO in Pennsylvania during December 29, 2010.
Don’t forget to set the video quality as high as it will go before watching!
This video was uploaded to YouTube on December 31, though the video claims the footage was shot December 29.
The video description claims that “it’s hard to capture the unique appearance of these objects on video, so they are often dismissed by skeptics as the paper-bag Chinese lanterns with a flame inside.” The description also states that these look like “a swirling ball of fire/plasma/energy”
It claims “Don’t be fooled if you look and it suddenly dims and starts flashing like our aircraft! This is their M.O. It’s how they get around to observe us without panic or being shot at.”
I’m skeptical about this. It would make more sense to morph into a black, lightless craft than to morph into an airplane if ‘they’ would want to spy on us.
The description goes on to claim “location filmed was another heavily-wooded hill down the road off Boxcartown Rd, Murrysville, PA. It was a hot night for them, some coming from the unfinished golf course woods across from my house, some woods SE of there, some a mile or 2 away”
Some might say that since there are so many of them they must be ‘alien spacecraft’ while others will say they’re our aircraft doing something special in that area, maybe relating to finishing the golf course.
Preliminary autopsies on 17 of the up to 5,000 blackbirds that fell over an Arkansas town indicate they died of blunt trauma to their organs, the state’s top veterinarian told NBC News on Monday.
Their stomachs were empty, which rules out poison, Dr. George Badley said, and they died in midair, not on impact with the ground.
That evidence, and the fact that the red-winged blackbirds fly in close flocks, suggests they suffered some massive midair collision, he added. That lends weight to theories that they were startled by something.
Earlier Monday, the estimated number of dead birds was raised to between 4,000 and 5,000, up sharply from the initial estimate of 1,000.
Keith Stephens, a spokesman for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, provided the new numbers.
Residents of the small town of Beebe awoke Saturday to find thousands of dead blackbirds littering a 1.5-square-mile area. The birds inexplicably dropped dead, landing on homes, cars and lawns.
The director of Cornell University’s ornithology lab in Ithaca, N.Y., said the most likely suspect is violent weather. It’s probable that thousands of birds were asleep, roosting in a single tree, when a “washing machine-type thunderstorm” sucked them up into the air, disoriented them, and even fatally soaked and chilled them.
“Bad weather can occasionally catch flocks off guard, blow them off a roost, and they get hurled up suddenly into this thundercloud,” lab director John Fitzpatrick said.
Rough weather had hit the state earlier Friday, but the worst of it was already well east of Beebe by the time the birds started falling, said Chris Buonanno, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in North Little Rock.
If weather was the cause, the birds could have died in several ways, Fitzpatrick said. They could easily become disoriented — with no lights to tell them up and down — and smack into the ground. Or they could have died from exposure.
The birds’ feathers keep them at a toasty 103 degrees, but “once that coat gets unnaturally wet, it’s only a matter of minutes before they’re done for,” Fitzpatrick said.
Lightning or hail are also possibilities.
Rowe noted that birds of prey and other animals, including dogs and cats, ate several of the dead blackbirds and suffered no ill effects.
“Every dog and cat in the neighborhood was able to get a fresh snack that night,” Rowe said.
Mike Robertson, the mayor in Beebe, said the last dead bird was removed about 11 a.m. Sunday in the town about 40 miles northeast of Little Rock.
Several hundred thousand red-winged blackbirds have used a wooded area in the town as a roost for the past several years.
Robertson and other officials went to the roost area over the weekend and found no dead birds on the ground.
“That pretty much rules out an illness” or poisoning, the mayor said.
But some residents voiced concerns.
“I’ve been to Iraq and back and seen nothing like this,” Beebe resident Jeff Drennan told local Fox16 News on Sunday.
^ ^ Quoted from No poison found in birds that fell on town – U.S. news – Environment – msnbc.com. ^ ^