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  • Dubwise#

    Dubwise November 6, 2009 3:24:27 AM CET

    FAIL.It's just the blades' RPM synced with the camera's FPS."Forbidden Technoligy"? Could you at least spell "Technology" right? Get off the internet and go to school.

  • Debunker1900#

    Debunker1900 November 3, 2009 10:37:03 PM CET

    What's so exciting about a Soviet era Mil Mi24 Hind?

  • Ranger013#

    Ranger013 November 3, 2009 12:37:39 AM CET

    i think the frame rate of the cam or vid is matched to the rotor speed

  • Russell1717#

    Russell1717 November 2, 2009 1:54:15 AM CET

    whats the point of putting them on then if it doesnt spin why put it on. fake

  • Ghost32#

    Ghost32 November 2, 2009 12:59:17 AM CET

    photo-shop, it's fake!!! they failed to edit the tail rotor

  • 345greg#

    345greg November 2, 2009 12:32:12 AM CET

    It strobe effect and you can also hear the main blades running!

  • Thesaint#

    Thesaint November 1, 2009 11:52:38 PM CET

    It's an old camera trick.

  • Spherical#

    Spherical November 1, 2009 9:45:59 PM CET

    The only other possible reason, other than those other brilliant Hypothesis are. #1.If it were anti gravitational they wouldn't need to have the engine running. #2.The Copter is banking as if the rotorswere working. #3.There could be a version of the Jump Jet inverted fans,"Camouflaged"? #4.Is,the most likely reasons which are; All of the other reasons explained by the other intelligent comment's, Whichis; "Shutter Speed" in sink withthe propellers.

  • Bigfoot228#

    Bigfoot228 November 1, 2009 6:46:17 PM CET

    if the blades arent moving why the hell would they bother having them on the helicopter to begin with? why do they even bother posting dumb-ass shit like this?

  • Justinger#

    Justinger November 1, 2009 6:45:21 PM CET

    Forbidden technology? I think a more accurate title would be "I don't know what's happening in this video, so let's all jump to conclusions" haha. I've seen this posted on other sites and it has been explained. Some posters are right. It is shutter speed. The helicopter was being filmed with the cam's shutter speed synchronized to the spinning of the blades. They do this in order to check it's performance and notice any defaults. That was the explanation, and it makes perfect sense. Any wobble with a helicopter's blades can be catastrophic.

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