The so-called Olympics 2012 UFO just won't go away. After the debate pretty much ended up as a misidentified flying object, a new video on YouTube has stirred the hornet's nest once again. How?
By employing some decent video graphics which make the object look even more like the classic flying saucer and less like the Goodyear blimp many have ardently claimed it to be.
The whole story started on Friday as millions watched the opening fireworks ceremony in awe on TV. But a few witnesses had the presence of mind to record the action on DVR. And that's how the trouble started.
At first, UFO believers trumpeted a success story. But soon enough, evidence piled on that Goodyear was flying their flagship without lights and minus the iconic logo. It was all about keeping out of the limelight and affording the well-heeled the best view possible of the action.
But the video below seems to debunk the debunkers with a dramatic rendering of the incident which only serves to reignite the controversy. The only way for interested parties to make up their own minds is to see if the new version proves or disproves the theory.
Here's the video:
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