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August 24th, 2010 3:43 am PT Vancouver UFO Examiner Jon Kelly

UFO power-up sequence imaged in infrared nightshot over remote BC canyon location.

Exclusive video from Secret Message TV reveals a UFO accompanied by an atmospheric hole recorded during a late-night summer skywatch at a remote canyon location in Southwestern British Columbia, Canada. Examiner.com previously covered a road trip to the same location featuring a Vancouver-based UFO videographer whose astral travels facilitate contact with extraterrestrial intelligences. In the video, the infrared nightshot point-of-view camera detects an object crossing the sky and strobing light at variable intensities over approximately sixteen second intervals. At peak luminous intensity, the UFO registers numerous clusters of dark pixels on the camera's three-CCD sensors, including a dark portion of sky resembling a tear in the atmosphere surrounding the object. Thailand-based Finnish composer Miika Kuisma recently joined Secret Message TV as a musical contributor, firmly establishing the Vancouver-based online video podcast feature as a truly international production.

Not at snowball's chance

Louis A. Frank, Ph.D. is the Carver/James A. Van Allen Professor of Physics at the University of Iowa whose controversial interpretation of ultraviolet atmospheric data ignited public imagination in the 1990's with descriptions of house-sized comets filled with water snow vaporizing above the earth's atmosphere at a rate of one every few seconds. The comets first appeared as dark holes in the far ultraviolet airglow images sent back to earth by the Dynamics Explorer 1 satellite in the 1980's. The airglow is a weak emission of light in a planet's atmosphere that can be detected by sensitive instruments, including telescopes. According to Dr. Frank's theory, these comets could have been responsible over the course of earth's history for providing enough water to fill the oceans with he describes as their "gentle cosmic rain". Opponents to the snowball theory, however, have attributed the dark images recorded on Dr. Frank's satellite-borne ultraviolet camera system to "instrumental artefacts [sic]".

But what if the dark images represent neither water nor instrumental errors?

NASA UFO Videos

Martyn Stubbs is a Vancouver cable television station manager who downloaded the complete NASA video feeds for missions STS-48 to STS-80 and detected hundreds of UFO's in the feeds that were being observed by members of the shuttle crew and ground control. Some of these objects have been estimated at several miles in diameter based on their size and position relative to the 12 mile-long tether which broke from the shuttle Columbia and was shortly thereafter swarmed by luminous UFO's as recorded on NASA's camera system in early 1996.

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