Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Istanbul Turkey August 2007 amazing Ufo video

Just to entertain you while you are chatting below on the live update of the October 14 Ufo event you may want ot check this great video out- filmed over the sea near Istanbul Turkyin 2007 shows a large craft with powerful lights - and no its not a 747. Could the predicted craft we are meant to see today look like this? any comments?

Posters comments:
In July-August 2007, a number of nation-wide UFO sightings were reported while some of them were filmed and aired. Within the same period, the objects witnessed by the residents of Kumburgaz/Yeni Kent Compound, caught on video by a night guard named Yalcin Yalman and the footage were considered as the closest and the most significant images ever filmed in Turkey and around the world. Rate this posting:


Dr Reason said...

Industrial Process - Man Made

This looks pretty much like an multi well offshore drilling or test platform, that is burning its excess crude gas/vapors. The colour is as expected, the height about right for just on the horizon, there is reflection. Also, in this part of the Mediterranean there are several oil drilling zones from the short of Egypt up to Turkey. This is not an uncommon sight in this part of the world.

If you want more details on where they are drilling look here:

Note also that there are several cross country oil and gas pipelines - some of these have interchange sites, pressure management etc that require burn off perhaps in maintenance times or with adjusted flows etc.

Again, not uncommon to those in the industry but an awesome sight in their own right to anyone not familiar.

Not knocking the video, just pointing out other more rational conclusions are possible.

Lets confine the pursuit to those really amazing and inexplicable cases.

Dr Reason said...

And more recent offshore drilling in the region being filmed:

Anonymous said...

yea i agree it looks more like an explosion more than a ufo.
i am knocking it haha

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