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« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2010, 11:54:50 pm »

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Unfortunately for enthusiasts, skyfish were proven to be fake sometime around 2003. The vast majority of skyfish evidence comes from video footage. Video cameras pick up images at a rate of about 50 frames per second. Many insects beat their wings and travel so quickly that a single frame captures a blur of several wing beats and the path of the bug. This is the skyfish — a motion-blurred image of a flying insect. Investigators have found that "skyfish" images can be reproduced arbitrarily using the appropriate lighting, location, and subject.
This is where titles confuse the issue.

I recently watched a UFO expose where a guy realized that changing the light spectrum on his camera makes UFO's visible. Besides UFO's he also wanted to know what these "Rods" were that seemed to shoot up from the ground in straight lines

They look exactly like the "skyfish" spoken of here. My guess is that they live in a slightly different dimension than ours and thats why they are not felt or seen. The video I saw with them on was called Ufo Expose mexico.
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« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2009, 07:09:42 am »

Skyfish are cryptozoological entities, in the same vein as Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster, but more recently reported, starting only in the early 90s. Another name for skyfish are "rods." Allegedly, skyfish are rod-shaped animals that flit around in the air so fast that we cannot see them. One of the only ways to observe them are to use video cameras, which take snapshots that reveal the skyfish when human eyes cannot. Most skyfish reports come from Japan or the United States.

On camera, skyfish appear as rods with undulating fins on either side, much like the fins of the cuttlefish. Sometimes they are called visitors from another dimension. In Japan, there are even people who say they can catch skyfish with nets.



The idea of skyfish taps into occasional reports throughout the last century of "atmospheric beasts," animals that live in the sky but cannot be seen, because of an ephemeral body type (like jellyfish), dwelling at high altitudes, or for some other reason. Some have said that "star jelly," a gelatinous material often found on the ground near the location of meteorite falls, may be related to atmospheric beasts.

Skyfish have been featured on TV specials, in tabloids, and even in video games. Are there really rod-shaped skyfish that move so quickly through the air that they cannot be seen? An analysis of human vision tells us that a skyfish would need to move between 100 and 500 mph to be invisible to the human eye - depending on its length and opacity. No bird or insect flies at this rate for extended periods of time, though some birds, such as the Peregrine falcon, do reach speeds of 240 mph on steep dives.

Unfortunately for enthusiasts, skyfish were proven to be fake sometime around 2003. The vast majority of skyfish evidence comes from video footage. Video cameras pick up images at a rate of about 50 frames per second. Many insects beat their wings and travel so quickly that a single frame captures a blur of several wing beats and the path of the bug. This is the skyfish — a motion-blurred image of a flying insect. Investigators have found that "skyfish" images can be reproduced arbitrarily using the appropriate lighting, location, and subject.

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Recently many reports appeared talking about the weird creatures, the so-called skyfish. It remains unclear whether the animals are fish, birds or worms.
The mysterious beings have long worm-like bodies with wide projections on their sides (like those of fish). The trouble is, they don’t live in water – they live in the air.

No one has come up with a decent name for the animals as of yet. Some suggestions include “flying sticks,” “solar entities,” and “skyfish.”

The first time skyfish was photographed ten years ago by a film director Jose Escamilla. He originally thought that it was a UFO but then he realized that it was some living thing moving at a very high speed.

He began studying them and realized that the animals invade the space everywhere. Besides he discovered that the creatures began reproducing at a much faster rate as a result of the global warming.

Without a specimen in hand to examine, it's impossible to determine whether or not skyfish are living organisms, but it's Escamilla's best guess that they are.

Skyfish have only been captured on film and videotape. No one knows what they are, where they come from, but there are already specialized people – the catchers of skyfish, who mainly live in Japan.

They say that their hobby is not very safe: the animals are terribly poisonous during the fall season. In Japan the skyfish are extremely fast and fly at 300 km/h.

Analysis of film and video of skyfish from around the world indicate that they might range in size from just a few inches to perhaps over a hundred feet in length! How could something that large be unknown? That’s the essence of the mystery.

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