Excellent footage there - good find!
The rectangular shape at 1:54 reminded me of the Tardis...
Edit: Some idiocy going on there in some of these video sequences - the kids filming seem to be using laser pointers to point at the UFOs (these are the long thin lines that appear). Maybe this explains why so many plane pilots end up with these shining in their faces?
Not exactly the latest, but today I happened to come across this 2013 local news clip regarding UFO sightings over oilfields and fracking sites in Texas.
(Links to the orginal videos used in the report are in the description on youtube, BTW)
I suspect that at least one of them (the one from Cuero) might be a drone, though I can't imagine the oil companies would much appreciate drones buzzing around their equipment. Also seems like a drone or other aircraft could potentially be gathering information to uncover trade secrets or for purposes of sabotage, etc. Then again, I've never worked in an oilfield so have no idea of the rules about such things.
"At CERN headquarters a symbol of Shiva, the (Hindu God of Destruction) dancing the cosmic dance of death and destruction can be clearly seen at the CERN facility. Is this a Symbolic declaration of CERN’s ultimate intention to bring on a new age of destruction to this planet?"
No, it's probably a nod to what J. Robert Oppenheimer said on first witnessing the power of the nuclear bomb:
That looks very much like reflections/refractions from an ice crystal cloud as seen from space, Note the rainbow effect. Obviously people don't very often see sundogs and parhelia from orbit this clearly, but I expect the effect would sometimes look like that.
The 'expert', Tyler, dismisses this idea by comparing the image with an image of specular reflection on the ocean, which is completely irrelevant.
I was sitting on my balcony Friday evening when I saw a bright light on the horizon, it seemed to grow bigger but remain more or less stationary. Then another light flew up and the first one started dimming and flew away. I am posting the shorter video of both lights, but in the longer one the 2nd light just fades out. I don't think it was helicopters of Chinese lanterns. Could have been drones I guess, the light seemed pretty bright though, brightest thing in the sky, it was just after dusk.
paranoid420 - which direction were you facing at the time? You mention that you are in Calgary, Alberta so it would help to know in which direction they were and at approx which angle/how high up from the horizon they were.
Not sure what this is - best guess is that the sun has just gone down but is still in a position to illuminate anything at a higher elevation, and it's just a cloud or a vapour trail.
In this video, the workers are voicing their shock, as the strange object – which looks sky-blue – moves in the clouds. Those on the tarmac shouted, urging their colleagues to look at the strange giant object as it flies across the sky.
One of the witnesses was heard shouting in the video to his colleagues: “Check that out, woah, it’s going to hit the plane.”
As the strange object continued to quickly move, many of the workers also used their mobile phones to capture the event before it disappeared.
I'd go for the rocket launch idea. The object (the bright dot at the head of the shape) is probably the rocket itself, while everything else is the exhaust trail. Towards the end of the clip the engine burns out, and the exhaust cuts off there.
The rocket seems to move slowly across the sky, but that is because it's probably quite distant. Launches from Kennedy/Canaveral always head out over the sea, not just for safety reasons but to get the full benefit of the earth's rotation in order to reach orbital speed (or higher). So this viewpoint is not looking across the flight path but more nearly along it, so the exhaust trail is foreshortened.
Nice to see something that is NOT just 'lights in the sky'!