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Re: Mexican Fleet Prompts Release Of Kaufman Texas

From: Martin Shough <mshough.nul>
Date: Wed, 18 May 2005 16:32:32 +0100
Fwd Date: Thu, 19 May 2005 08:33:05 -0400
Subject: Re: Mexican Fleet Prompts Release Of Kaufman Texas


>From: Santiago Yturria Garza <syturria.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Tue, 17 May 2005 22:13:00 +0000
>Subject: Mexican Fleet Prompts Release Of Kaufman Texas Video

<snip>

>The video is great. At broad daylight and a tree as a reference,
>We have studied this video here in Mexico and according to it's
>characteristics and parameters we concluded that it's consistent
>with the mexican UFO fleets videos, same behavior, same movement
>in perfect synchronized formation  the Kaufman Texas May 3, 2004
>footage by Larry " Lawwalk " is for us a UFO fleet evidence.

The Mexican "UFO fleets" were strongly advocated as strange
because the objects supposedly kept rigid formation and _didn't_
mill about like birds. This led to much talk of balloons and
string. Now the objects in this video plainly _do_ mill about.
Like birds, just as the photographer says. So "same behaviour,
same movement"? How can that be? "Perfect synchronised
formation"? Not the video I'm watching.

What exactly are these "characteristics and parameters" you
studied, Santiago? What is the FOV of the camera lens? What
different zooms are applied here? What is the focal distance?
How near the lens is the tree branch? What are the individual
and collective angular rates of these objects? What are their
angular sizes? Is the camera pointing low in the sky or near the
zenith? Where is the sun in relation to the photographer? How do
these variables stack up against the possibility that this is a
flock of brightly reflective white birds?


Martin Shough




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