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Invisible poisonous skyfish fly at 300 km/h all around us


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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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