The Cornballer: I'm skeptical of this claim.
Profedius: Those look like paper lanterns to me.
lohphat: What does the "U" in UFO stand for again?
Contrabulous Flabtraption: Profedius: Those look like paper lanterns to me.Then you've never seen paper lanterns. The don't fly in parallel patterns.
Smoky Dragon Dish: Profedius: Those look like paper lanterns to me.That was my first thought. Chinese Lanterns.
Parallax: Smoky Dragon Dish: Profedius: Those look like paper lanterns to me.That was my first thought. Chinese Lanterns.Me too, except for the last few seconds... weird direction change that would have looked more random if it was caused by a wind gust.
c81650209" target="_blank">GaidinCanuck: I'm certainly not saying those were flying saucers, but I saw something very similar New Year's Eve in Southern Ontario.Two big red lights moving across the sky in formation (West to East), followed shortly after by two more travelling the same path.I just assumed it was some military jets celebrating the New Year by lighting up some bright lights.
Tenga: Why would alien craft run lights?
Bungles: Contrabulous Flabtraption: Profedius: Those look like paper lanterns to me.Then you've never seen paper lanterns. The don't fly in parallel patterns.Ummm, yes they do. Two lanterns often behave exactly like that, and seem to pivot around each other, because they're caught in separate air currents. You can see this every single night in the hippier part of London.
db2: Just because it's "unidentified" doesn't necessarily mean "of extraterrestrial or supernatural origin". Could be military, meteorological, geomagnetic, or any other mundane object/phenomenon. Doesn't mean it isn't worth trying to figure out what it is, though.
dryknife: I'm anti-sceptic.
KarmicDisaster: Tenga: Why would alien craft run lights?Nothing more annoying than traveling 16.73 light years from Altair and crashing in the last .00000000000000000001% of the distance. So they need lights.
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