Is something amiss over the Skies of LA? Or is it just a Santa Monica thingy?

Matt Mason first reported something amiss over the skies of  LA back on November 10 here.  Then on the 23rd of November Tammara reported seeing something in the night skies as well.   Since then two YouTube videos have surfaced claiming UFO’s over Santa Monica, first on 12/1 and again last night (12/2).

Bill Nye (the Science Guy) claims that last nights video is a fake. He suggests its sea monkey’s out of focus and super-imposed.  A fake UFO?  Or is it?

You view them both and decide.  Comments on the YouTube vids border on the fanatical delusionist and can be at least entertaining to read before you head off for the weekend.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZH9eZ60Jjrw[/youtube]
And now for the December 1 sighting dubbed “The Silver Surfer”
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWToxNbYJNA[/youtube]

9 Replies to “Is something amiss over the Skies of LA? Or is it just a Santa Monica thingy?”

  1. Wednesday and Thursday evening I saw something floating just south of the 10 freeway at Alameda as I left downtown. It wasn’t moving or anything, so I assumed it was just some oddly-shaped promotional balloon for a business in the area. In conjunction with these other videos, I’m thinking ad campaign of some kind. Or hoax.

  2. well.. I definitely saw something amazing that night in November… but with videos, you just can’t tell anymore… too much photo shop/effects possibilities.
    There is definitely lots of action in the skies though. Pretty mind-blowing.

  3. I definitely saw something Dec. 2nd around 6 pm as I was driginv south on PCH. Looked like a 747 sized roman candle burst moving west-east, from the pacific towards LA. I’m not a UFO believer, but sea monkies? bullshit.

  4. I saw the 12/1 things while walking my dogs along the boardwalk in Santa Monica. A woman on a bicycle stopped and pointed them out. We actually thought that the bottom streak was a crashing plane but saw no sign of impact.

  5. Plainly, these are photon ducting artifacts. Lights and images can be ducted over the horizon given the right atmospheric conditions. Sometimes the image will be upside down. These images are probably ducted car headlamps, quite possibly of a car over the horizon from the observer.

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