barracuda wrote:They still look like (pickle-shaped?) balloons to me,
I find the discovery channel hoaxing of Arturo Robles Gil in this way to be pretty counter-productive and disinformative, even if he does seem eager to film a lot of shiny things in the sky.
They not only pointed him at the object, they then used a form of "cold reading" technique to lead his conclusions about the object to where they wanted
him to go.
You know what? You can make anyone look like a fool with the right information and setup. Even these smug Discovery fucks. Don't they have anything better to do? I get kind of bored having to wade through endless so-called "social experiments"
in order to encounter the truly interesting reports which certainly arise from time to time. The world disinforms itself.
The most dangerous traps are the ones you set for yourself. - Phillip Marlowe