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We’re drowning in small dots of light

November 20, 2010Comments 2 comments

This video was shot somewhere in Georgia, USA on November 17, 2010, showing a few dots of light in the night sky. The footage is shaky and there’s no point of reference or background story, giving us no reason to believe we are witnessing anything out of the ordinary. We have seen a lot of these videos lately, especially after the balloon sightings in New York and the skydivers in El Paso. Every other video being reported on by different UFO sites gives us nothing more than a couple of dancing lights against a black background.

I find nothing worth reporting about these videos and that is why this is the first and last time you’ll see a video like this on ufoeyes, as they, in my opinion, bring absolutely nothing to the table.

What do you think — is there anything of interest in videos like these?

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  1. I agree 100% with you. they could be a kid with a flashlight for all we know. I get ticked off every time I get directed to one. I believe but I want something truly worth questioning. I’ve seen many of these so called ufo videos which clearly show blinking plane lights and one a few weeks ago which the news announced earlier that day, that the ISS was flying overhead. maybe people should be educated as to what isn’t a ufo…LOL

  2. Indeed. This is one of the reasons I decided to start this website, as I was looking for a place with a more balanced approach towards UFO related stuff.

    Thanks for commenting!

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