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Re: judging if a ufo video is fake

by Paxovasa » Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:23 am

I feel that you have to be sceptical of all modern videos /pictures it is so easy to tamper with them.

Re: judging if a ufo video is fake

by mj12cz » Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:09 am

Its interesting as CGI is so good now, the best UFO pictures or sightings are the old ones including the cave paintings.

I consider most photos ufo or Vids now a days to be fake, but just every now and then there are some belters out there.

For example I think this is the only surviving origional footage of the Rosewll recovery http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8BQTIjZC4I

judging if a ufo video is fake

by falkor » Mon Feb 14, 2011 6:12 pm

let's get real now

it's easy to dismiss any video as fake but what IS the criteria that genuine videos should be judged by??

here follows the professional path to "judging" whether a UFO video is fake, taken from a commentary on the 28 JAN Jerusalem UFO
In UFO reports, as in police investigations, anonymous reports are usually a red flag that something's bogus. There are very few legitimate reasons why a genuine witness would not want to be identified. (For example, fear of reprisals from gang members or the mafia; though it seems unlikely that the aliens threatened anyone to keep quiet.)

If you were one of the first people in the world to capture some of the most amazing video footage of a UFO taken in the past decade, why would you post it anonymously on YouTube instead of either submitting it to professional analysis, or making money by selling it to CNN or MSNBC? (In fact, there's some speculation that most or all of the videos were actually posted by a single person, which would guarantee a hoax.) Surely at least one of the videographers -- or someone working with them — would have come forward in the past 10 days to sell their story to a newspaper or tabloid. Suspicious.

Second, not only do we not know who took the footage, but no one other than the videographers reported having seen the lights. The Dome of the Rock is one of the most famous and important religious sites in the world, and there are well over a million people in Jerusalem at any given time—many of them religious tourists near the Temple Mount. It's probable that there were thousands of people in the area at the time, yet no one else reported seeing or videotaping the bright light? Very suspicious.
so there are the key points that indicate if a UFO video is genuine or fake? :tooT:

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