I have a trial VPN and even then, I find that, for example, a streaming service that I subscribe to, still limits my viewing. This, I suspect is because of my account info, though I'm not sure.
I did come across a bit of useful info yesterday when searching for further information online, and found that one the previous people in the group who had been on site when Bigelow was there, had stated later that he said that he remembers that the cave was not covered up, so I presume that it must have either been filled-in intentionally by earth-movers, (by human means) or caused by a natural rock fall/or tremor - as they did experience one on-site as I recall.Highly unlikely imho that it was a hoax or planted by anyone. More likely to be something Bigelow's group left there; one of Taylor's experts said in early seasons it almost looks like some one in the past dynamited or moved boulders around in that area of the mesa.
Why, when supposedly the answers at Skinwalker are just around the corner?Then Brandon Fugal introduced his new program Beyond Skinwalker Ranch where his traveling team goes to Sedona, Arizona where there is even a more weirder ranch called Bradshaw Ranch.
Fugal’s team will travel to different locations.
I watched one episode. I'm not really into UAPs so only follow peripherally. This one, because of other claims (cattle mutilations) I know slightly more about some details, but not of the current investigation.History have started to issue episodes of series 3, free to download:
The illustration is a bit crazy though!
Hmmm… they need some better cameras. The image is so blurry as to be useless - there’s a surprise.. Were any prayers recited before this image was taken?
If it was small and moving fast then the most likely explanation is an insect. This doesn't really look like an insect, but neither do 'rods', and they are an artifact of the scanning process of electronic cameras. Could this be the same?Here is the video of the "silver orb". It is a single frame and looks to me like a glancing reflection off something shiny.
The plain fact is, that this photo is just not sharp enough to discern what it is!If it was small and moving fast then the most likely explanation is an insect. This doesn't really look like an insect, but neither do 'rods', and they are an artifact of the scanning process of electronic cameras. Could this be the same?
Here is a 'before and after' view of the object; it is not round, but has a definite projection towards the right. I suspect this may be the head of an insect, perhaps some sort of beetle or butterfly, and the spherical appearance is an illusion caused by a quick snapshot of the insect's wings in motion.
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Higher definition cameras would have helped a great deal too! If this is/was uap, they would be, or are, kicking themselves I'm sure.These sorts of minor unexplained glitches are relatively common in video recordings. They are almost always small insects, birds or pieces of wind-blown debris such as seeds or bark, catching the light for a split second.
If we were to examine every piece of video taken in the open air in the countryside we could probably find millions or billions of them. Are they all alien/interdimensional probes? Or are they more likely to be small, unidentified, natural items in the air? The film clip run at normal speed shows the nearby bushes blowing about in a decent breeze. This could easily explain why the object is only visible for a fraction of a second.
My suggestion for this kind of security cam is to have two, well-synchronised cameras placed a few centimetres apart, to mimic stereoscopic vision and eliminate small, nearby objects. If this were a nearby insect or wind-blown seed, it would show up on both cams and the distance could be easily calculated by triangulation. A similar set-up could identify and eliminate small objects seen from the ISS, for example.