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    California type drone seen in germany

    CALIFORNIA TYPE DRONE SEEN IN GERMANY

    "Chad" like drone UFO seen in Germany on Saturday 8-18-2012 from 4
    locations, seems consistent and not CGI from first look.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reutlingen

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Achalm_Castle

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swabian_Alb Reutlingen (called "The
    gate to the Swabian Jura") The Nördlinger Ries is a large meteorite
    crater (15 million years old).


    UFO hovers over the castle Achalm in Reutlingen, Germany on 08/18/2012.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=oEzZa8RENVY

    Published on Aug 20, 2012 by HaunebuTechnology
    UFO hovers over the castle Achalm in Reutlingen, Germany on 08/18/2012.

    http://youtu.be/tkTG0sXBeac

    Published on Aug 18, 2012 by EinEngelSchuetzeDich
    This UFO, or whatever it is, flew this morning at about 10 am (August
    18, 2012) over the mountain "Achalm" in Reutlingen, Germany. Extremely
    strange!


    http://youtu.be/_ksNLCuJRCc

    Published on Aug 20, 2012 by xxxdonutzxxx
    UFO | OVNI | НЛО | Reutlingen, Germany | August 18, 2012 | 18.08.2012
    | 08/18/2012 | © xxxdonutzxxx - all rights reserved

    http://youtu.be/NneWmuJaEcs

    Published on Aug 19, 2012 by DasTunwort
    Did I see an UFO on saturday morning in Reutlingen??? What was it???



    Comment...... I suspect that if the "California drone" is a true UFO type, despite the doubts over the images released in 2007, that it is a prospector looking for specific exotic atoms that are associated with Gold and other atoms of a high number. I recently watched and episode of "Over the Alps" near this region and they talked of older and ancient mines of mineralization. The presence of a large meteor crater in this region could also have the potential of exotic atoms that would be of particular use to an advanced technological civilization.

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    I'm surprised nobody reacted to this...

    Any theories?

    Lev strikes again?
    (The way the thing suddenly takes off reminds me a bit too much of CGI...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garuda View Post
    I'm surprised nobody reacted to this...

    Any theories?

    Lev strikes again?
    (The way the thing suddenly takes off reminds me a bit too much of CGI...)
    If you look closely you can see that the shaking view itself seems to be artificial. If you follow any single pixel on the screen to determine the motion of the "camera", it follows a very diamond like pattern in terms of repitition.

    This screams fake CGI with a picture background. I don't think any of the elements on the screen even change while this thing is in view. (No breezes, no movements?)

    I think CGI within a 3D rendering program with a backdrop photo of real scenery.
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    "This screams fake CGI with a picture background. I don't think any of the elements on the screen even change while this thing is in view. (No breezes, no movements?)"

    Fore, watch the individual videos, the trees clearly move in a very slight breeze. I wish that the video player had a fast forward feature this would then be far easier to detect. The trees show movement in each video, first seen in each at 1.10, .06 and .40 minutes. There seems a slight movement in the banner above the castle but being much farther away than the trees it is very hard to say if this is really so, or just an illusion. My feeling is that this is not one or the other, it well could be CGI but then there are several witnesses and videos that go with them, still it could be CGI. But to simply pass it off as definitely CGI is also spurious. The
    shake does look odd but then again in a slightly faster view of it might be seen as more complicated. I still think that that the compilation is altered so again look at the individual videos as the source material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garuda View Post
    I'm surprised nobody reacted to this...

    Any theories?

    Lev strikes again?
    (The way the thing suddenly takes off reminds me a bit too much of CGI...)
    Actually it is not surprising, when considering the amount of energy that is spent to debunk vs. exploring what may or may not be possible.

    I found the drone case to be fascinating at first, but then it quickly lost it's appeal when every other post was made to prove it was a hoax. The end result is an acceptance the drone case is a hoax as a fait accompli, further discussions become unappealing because those who go out on a limb and decide to give it a modicum of credibility do so at the risk of looking foolish. It is much easier to simply stay quiet and let those who would call it fake speak first, provide their proof and then quietly and privately decide if the proof presented is worthy of discrediting the presented material.

    This is not a condemnation of serious work being performed to separate the wheat from the chaff, however when gloating and other aspects come into play it leaves a bad taste for those who would look at presentations with an open mind.

    going back on topic, I would be interested to see Fore's analysis showing the repetitive diamond pattern used to create the shake effect.
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    I don't have much time to dedicate:



    At majicbar, your right, it seems the scenery does move (almost imperceptibly). I think the odd motion in the camera might be from someone using a tripod. Either that or the video has already been stabilized once before.

    The Unidentified Object seems to be nothing like the California drones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by epo333 View Post
    Baron Baretzky calls for probe investigation into fraudulent UFO videos on Internet

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    WORLD NEWS – SOUTH KOREA – Ricardo Baretzky, a global security threat analyst called for a probe investigation into fake “”UFO”” videos posted on internet by using a syndicate ring in South Korea and Germany that is profiting from the internet freedom by abusing the rights of the consumers by feeding them false publications and information.

    He said that the issue is serious and the proper policing of Internet is becoming a concern as fake videos that involves a ring from South Korea has surfaced on several occasions in the recent months. Baretzky emphasized that transparency is necessary at all levels and needs to be maintain at all times since the UFO is a real issue to be addressed and have many people on the edge at home, creating fear and panic in the innocent.

    He warned internet providers and firms to scrutinize these postings prior as they might be liable on criminal charges if they knowingly allow fake videos on their hosting platform. He said this can be prosecuted under the Anti-terrorism act of almost any country in the world and certainly within the European Union as it would be a crime in Europe to post any falsified video with intend to make money from it or create fear in masses.

    More here:

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/08...s-on-internet/

    If you look at this video:





    You can see it was shot on a tripod.



    The following is the same video but zoomed in, artificial "shake" and "voice over" have been added to the first video:






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    Last edited by Marvin; 09-10-2012 at 02:12 PM.


    Mmm, yes, very curious, very interesting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvin View Post
    If you look at this video:


    The following is the same video but zoomed in, artificial "shake" and "voice over" have been added to the first video:






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    Edit: Never mind, chrome is having a buggy day.

    @ Mod
    Could you delete my post?
    For every action, there is a corresponding over-reaction. -- Anonymous

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    Flight control system for a hybrid aircraft in the lift axis

    A flight control system includes a lift control algorithm which selectively communicates with the pitch command of the flight system control algorithm. The lift control algorithm selects the proper control commands to coordinate an effective transition between hover and forward flight. The most efficient vehicle pitch during transition is thereby automatically generated so that sufficient lift and control throughout the transition between rotor borne and wing borne flight.

    http://www.freepatentsonline.com/6592071.pdf
    sit on the edge to watch something unfold with a force we cannot control but communicate with

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    Oddly this resembles one of the original California type drones... or reminded me of one.

    drones-300x209.jpg

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