Sunday, March 16, 2008
Bummed here at Firefox’s becoming, overnight, unable to display High Strangeness properly, leaving only IE able to fully do so, with Opera coming in a close second. Dammit. So I thought I’d watch this again.
The first thought that came to mind was of course camera movement, something seen countless times in ufological photographs and videos, even at Hessdalen, plus he says at one point that he’s hand-holding it. But... there are many shots of it as a pretty stable round ball, which tells me his hands are steady enough and that in turn infers that this object really is making these patterns. The transitions, as well, are just way too rapid in my view to be explained to any degree of satisfaction by movement of the camera.
So, that leaves us with trying to come up with some ideas as to just what this thing is trying to do. Communicate? Could be. Anthropically that makes sense, but... you know... anthropomorphizing is risky at best. Methinks we’ll have a hell of a time twigging what it’s saying, though. Given enough of that time... who knows, someone might be able to translate. That’d be pretty sporty, eh?
Oh, and... there’s a website for it... at StephenvilleLights.com
"For every minute you are angry, you lose sixty seconds of happiness." - Ralph Waldo Emerson