From: James Smith <zeus001002.nul> Date: Sun, 1 May 2005 10:35:52 -0400 (GMT-04:00) Fwd Date: Sun, 01 May 2005 10:55:34 -0400 Subject: Re: More UFO Fleets Over Mexico - Smith >From: Jim Deardorff <deardorj.nul> >To: ufoupdates.nul >Date: Sat, 30 Apr 2005 09:02:32 -0700 >Subject: Re: More UFO Fleets Over Mexico >>From: Kyle King <kyleking.nul> >>To: ufoupdates.nul >>Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 22:10:49 -0700 (PDT) >>Subject: Re: More UFO Fleets Over Mexico >> Balloons unless and until >>evidence emerges to the contrary. >It's a no-brainer: they can't have been balloons. The key reason >for this you didn't mention, but others have. The objects >remained in the same relative positions with respect to each >other - hundreds of them, for as long as the video showed them, >which was over many seconds. This was more than enough time to >disclose the influence of turbulence had these been balloons. Turbulence aside, you make the assumption the balloons are each separate from the other. It should be assumed they are connected via strings. Regarding turbulence, it is unknown what the atmosphere characteristics were at that location. Perhaps the turbulent layer was higher than you think or quiescent in that location or with a granularity that would not affect the balloons as you propose. With wind shear, ditto. But add strings. >Therefore, not balloons. No, the burden is on the person bringing the video to provide more data. But if you want to gumshoe it, go ahead. But don't dump it into the vast pile of "UFO" photos and videos. They are cheap currency these days (become devalued). >And even if that impossibility were somehow >surmounted, all such balloons would need to have risen to about >the same general height somehow and then ceased rising any >further. Another impossibility. Neutral buoyancy (at altitude) and strings answer these questions. >Therefore, these objects remain unidentified, i.e., UFOs. Fine, whatever sells a video.
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