Out There stories relating to "Brazil UFO"
Thursday, June 20, 2013
Judging from the crowd response (some of them are shouting about the object) this is not a computer graphic. Due to its flight characteristics, it probably isn't a conventional drone, although there is some possibility that it could be a radio controlled helicopter. There is a reasonable possibility that this is an unknown.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
On first examination, this alien footage appears spectacular, but then the questions start. Some of the children in the foreground turn around and look uneasy. So either they are seeing something or they've been told to turn around and don't know why. The 'alien' apparently makes a stilted movement. Even if the videographer did not see the figure, he must have seen the light plainly visible in the forest behind it. But the video doesn't continue. He makes no effort to walk toward this fantastic apparition or even to zoom in on it. Instead, the video ends abruptly. Is this because the subsequent reactions of the children made it obvious that there was nothing in the woods, and thus that this is a simple CGI effect grafted onto a bit of found video that has no alien in the original at all, or perhaps that it is a model? This video is highly suspect.
Sunday, October 2, 2011
Our video experts are weighing in on this one. Balloon or genuine unknown?
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
This object has been dismissed as a LED kite, but these new videos make that less clear. For one thing, wind velocities were low over Sao Paolo on July 23. Were they high enough to keep a large rotating kite fitted with lights and batteries aloft? Unfortunately, without knowing the weight of the kite, it's impossible to be certain. Perhaps somebody will come forward with a definitive explanation. However, it never carries out any manuevers that couldn't be done by a kite, so, until proven otherwise, this will continue to be our assumption here.
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
This elaborate object is much more spectacular than most UFOs. In fact, it's one of the most spectacular UFOs ever recorded. But is it really a UFO, or is it something manmade, such as a kite. We'll probably never know the answer, but it is beautiful.
Monday, February 28, 2011
Out there originally wrote: Everything about this video suggests authenticity. In Portuguese, the men are talking with such surprise and excitement that it is hard to believe that they have faked this. Of course, there is always that possiblity, but the video shows no obvious evidence of it. Dropping fireballs have been a feature of a number of recent videos from different parts of the world. Graded B.
Normally, this part of the website doesn't authenticate videos, as it states on the Out There page, but Mr. Strieber sent this one to some of the experts he works with. Here are there opinions:
Whitley it's real hard to tell. I wish people would upload these full res as
YouTube has the ability for 720-1080p.
It looks great but I noticed some popping effect when it first comes out of
the cloud. The cloud is real and I don't see any added volumetric. But I
wonder if the popping is pixels in the compression or his added effect if
any. It's hard to imagine that someone talented enough to do this would let
a popping or jerking go by.
I looked and looked for reactive lighting in the clouds from the bright blue
light flash. I stared at the edges of the clouds trying not to notice the
internal flash and didn't see any. But this is broad day light and we might
not under these conditions.
The light brightness looks a bit off to me. But then again who is to say
what it would look like it just looks too much like a Sci-Fi movie effect.
But it sure has that odd feeling and look to it that you and I have both
seen. Much like the Camarillo video I shot it gets super bright and drops us
little probes. Again if we could get the real video and analyze it proper
I'm sure we could no one way or the other.
It strikes me as an effect. The "fireball" portion of the video looks especially suspicious to me. The glow does not seem to illuminate the interior of the cloud, nor does the lens flare seem accurate for the camera or conditions. That's not a scientific opinion, just my personal take.
The light does not diffuse correctly in the cloud, but the big issue I have is at 39 seconds, just before the black truck passes left to right - the ‘UFO’ disappears - a poorly timed ‘edit’ by the fakers I suspect…
Mr. S. has taken a direct interest in this and will inquire about it with Brazillian UFO investigators.