"Skyfish" or "Rods" and the Obama Inauguration U.F.O. Video?

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PostSun Jan 25, 2009 8:41 pm » by Mikemess


What do you think these are?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsK4OlftxQ4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfHWHcRay3A


Do you think that that's propbably what we saw in the Obama Inauguration video?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qZYNg69nb0


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PostSun Jan 25, 2009 8:49 pm » by Crunchy


rods are insects in flight and due to the shutter setting of a video camera they appear to be these so called "rods"
i have seen this effect myself when filming video with my vx2000 (set at 60fps fyi)
the first time i noticed a rod i quickly took my eye from the view finder to see a fly buzzing around where the rod had left my view.

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PostSun Jan 25, 2009 8:52 pm » by Mikemess


crunchy wrote:rods are insects in flight and due to the shutter setting of a video camera they appear to be these so called "rods"
i have seen this effect myself when filming video with my vx2000 (set at 60fps fyi)
the first time i noticed a rod i quickly took my eye from the view finder to see a fly buzzing around where the rod had left my view.



Maybe what was seen in the inaugurtion video was an insect? I don't know...just putting it out there. What do you think it was?

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PostSun Jan 25, 2009 8:55 pm » by Alexrubic


crunchy wrote:rods are insects in flight and due to the shutter setting of a video camera they appear to be these so called "rods"
i have seen this effect myself when filming video with my vx2000 (set at 60fps fyi)
the first time i noticed a rod i quickly took my eye from the view finder to see a fly buzzing around where the rod had left my view.


Hoo-rah! I agree. I thought all this 'rods' nonsense had been settled ages ago?! Undoubtedly, this is exactly what was seen in this latest video footage.
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PostSun Jan 25, 2009 9:00 pm » by Mikemess


alexrubic wrote:
crunchy wrote:rods are insects in flight and due to the shutter setting of a video camera they appear to be these so called "rods"
i have seen this effect myself when filming video with my vx2000 (set at 60fps fyi)
the first time i noticed a rod i quickly took my eye from the view finder to see a fly buzzing around where the rod had left my view.


Hoo-rah! I agree. I thought all this 'rods' nonsense had been settled ages ago?! Undoubtedly, this is exactly what was seen in this latest video footage.


But why would an insect be flying around at that time in the middle of winter? It must have
been like 20 degrees outside?

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PostSun Jan 25, 2009 9:10 pm » by Towelie


It was probably jus there to watch the inauguration.
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PostSun Jan 25, 2009 9:42 pm » by Spock


alexrubic wrote:
crunchy wrote:rods are insects in flight and due to the shutter setting of a video camera they appear to be these so called "rods"
i have seen this effect myself when filming video with my vx2000 (set at 60fps fyi)
the first time i noticed a rod i quickly took my eye from the view finder to see a fly buzzing around where the rod had left my view.


Hoo-rah! I agree. I thought all this 'rods' nonsense had been settled ages ago?! Undoubtedly, this is exactly what was seen in this latest video footage.


Mr. Rubic - I agree too.

I used to believe in "Rods" but I saw a show that proved a moth made the exact same video phenomena.

Rods, to me, have been explained. Nothing paranormal, it all has do to the frame rate of the video camera.

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PostSun Jan 25, 2009 9:53 pm » by 7hidden7agenda7


"Skyfish!" <- fucking love it :flop:
Henceforth all birds shall hereby be known as skyfish! Lets put the mystery back into the known! :D
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PostSun Jan 25, 2009 9:56 pm » by Alexrubic


mikemess wrote:
alexrubic wrote:
crunchy wrote:rods are insects in flight and due to the shutter setting of a video camera they appear to be these so called "rods"
i have seen this effect myself when filming video with my vx2000 (set at 60fps fyi)
the first time i noticed a rod i quickly took my eye from the view finder to see a fly buzzing around where the rod had left my view.


Hoo-rah! I agree. I thought all this 'rods' nonsense had been settled ages ago?! Undoubtedly, this is exactly what was seen in this latest video footage.


But why would an insect be flying around at that time in the middle of winter? It must have
been like 20 degrees outside?


That insects can't remain active in cold climates is a myth.
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The Winter Moth (Operophtera brumata) is one of several moths that can fly even when temperatures approach 0°C. Photograph by Olaf Leillinger licensed under Creative Commons.
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PostMon Jan 26, 2009 7:45 pm » by Mikemess


7hidden7agenda7 wrote:"Skyfish!" <- fucking love it :flop:
Henceforth all birds shall hereby be known as skyfish! Lets put the mystery back into the known! :D



Sorry for insulting your intelligence... :nails:


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