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Offline learningalways

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Are polymorphic anomalies real?
« on: 29/01/2016 17:42:03 »
A clear example of morphing/polymorphic anomaly, by watching this footage carefully and taking note of details you will be rewarded by gaining an extraordinary knowledge, a knowledge of a reality that many still resist to accept.

 Some elements that makes this object an anomaly are: the clear polymorphism of its lower part; self luminosity, the glowing/flarings in this object are not consistent with just reflections and this object never, ever tumbles.

This anomaly was tracked for more than two hours, it entered and exited clouds and was lost when it got very low in the horizon.



 

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Re: Are polymorphic anomalies real?
« Reply #1 on: 30/01/2016 12:08:24 »
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Re: Are polymorphic anomalies real?
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