From: James Smith <zeus001002.nul> Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 13:20:06 -0400 (GMT-04:00) Fwd Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 17:48:02 -0400 Subject: Re: Review Of Mexican 'Fleet' Videos - Smith >From: John Velez <johnvelez.aic.nul> >To: ufoupdates.nul >Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 10:28:22 -0400 >Subject: Review Of Mexican 'Fleet' Videos >Hopefully, you >will all take the time to examine the material for yourself and >make up your own mind. Making up your own mind is something that >a few other individuals do not trust you to do all on your own. >There are several people out there who insist on interpreting >the Mexican video recordings for the rest of us. >Don't be lazy. Do your own homework and thinking. Make up your >own mind. Yes, do not let others think for you. Do not be influenced by what others say they are ("alien spacecraft" or "alien object"). Keep your mind open but don't let your brain fall out. >4. The ability of the objects to remain stationary in the sky, >as well as in relationship to each other, (in spite of any >ambient wind currents) effectively eliminates 'balloons' or >'birds' as an explanation for the images. I thought I saw some movement. Well, there are so MANY "fleet" videos coming out and we are treating them en masse, then we can say some look like they are still and some are moving. >IMHO, summarily dismissing these unusual objects as mere 'birds' >and 'balloons' is intellectually lazy. If it looks like a duck..... >It is also grasping at straws for a 'ready' explanation. Actually, its saving time for meaningful work rather than trying to stop the latest "fad". >It takes a bit of real work to >actually explain the anomaly that is being recorded in the skies >over Mexico. Too bad y'all didn't done that before releasing them. >What is being committed to video is genuinely >challenging and -very- difficult to explain. More, to anyone who >has seen the video-clips, 'birds' and 'balloons' are an >obviously -wrong- and completely misleading explanation. Says you. >6. Based on some of the maneuvers the objects display in some of >the clips, they give the very clear impression that they are >under intelligent guidance/control. Their ability to maintain a >fixed formation and distance from one another while maneuvering >or hovering motionless in the sky, is evidence for intelligent >control. Birds are intelligent. A wind current can make a balloon do an "apparent" intelligent manuever. Good luck to you Mr. Velez and your compatriots. I am sure you will get lots of hits and publicity and the public will eat it up! Bread and circuses.
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