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A good example of an ultra-high strangeness unknown.

Because of the way the bulges keep withdrawing into the central core, this does not appear to be balloons. But what is it? This is a well made video of a real unknown, and a very, very strange one.

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very strange. Intollerable with these unknowns.

VERY weird...Bio-mechanical 'lifeform' comes to mind. Would love to see an expert examine this video.

This was later debunked by the people who shot the video, as being a bunch of mylar balloons tied together. It was shot as part of a documentary that was being made. I saw it myself but it was a couple years ago, and I don`t remember the details.

This was later debunked by the people who shot the video, as being a bunch of mylar balloons tied together. It was shot as part of a documentary that was being made. I saw it myself but it was a couple years ago, and I don`t remember the details.

Great with an explanation, thanks. They do seem to move a lot, but maybe mylar balloons do that.

What a terrific video. The constant morphing is reminiscent of the Hollywood 'Transformers' auto-bots. Jose Escamilla's short documentary 'Interstellar' also jumps to mind on viewing this object. Technologies that appear to morph and change shape are most curious to witness. Are we witnessing the visual effects of cloaking technology or perhaps these are the side effects of trans-dimensional/temporal materialisation of drone technology.? I wonder what effects torsion fields have on the appearance of objects within the fields. Witnesses may never actually see the original object at all and have to rationalise as best they can with a brain that has a habit of filling in gaps automatically. Who knows? Maybe it is just balloons. Splendid video though.

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