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I clicked on the link to the mediabistro site and the first thing I noticed was their ad for the upcoming mediabistro class on "Master Photo Editing with Adobe Photoshop".
It was a craft from a waterless planet coming to Earth taking a route from Fort Worth to Dallas to see how that Calatrava Bridge looks over a waterless creek.
Obviously if you don't know whether it is unidentified or not, it is. Duh.
falling space trash from the shuttle
Here's a relevant little video for people who think this may be a UFO. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
I wish he was on The Daily Show every week.
Tyson will be at SMU in the fall. Got my tix last week. Hellz yea.
totally agree, Neil DeGrasse Tyson is fantastic. I know Michio Kaku likes to think that he's the heir to Carl Sagan's Badass Scientist position, but Tyson makes science and scientific thought interesting without sensationalizing it.
I second that. I loves me some Neil DeGrasse Tyson. If you haven't read "Death By Black Hole", I highly recommend it.
It's a streetlight.
Still a bug. Assuming that the camera has a light source, the bug drops out of the light then flies back up into it. Looks like a leprechaun to me.
I'm goin rent me a backhoe and uproot dat tree. I wanna know where da gold at! Gimme da gold.
The Perseids meteor shower comes every year from mid July thru August. Of course it could be a crackhead
It LOOK like a leprechaun to me!
I wanna know where da gold at
We don't know what it is, so let's jump to the most outrageous conclusion possible!
My vote is bat.
You know what's disappointing, Robert? That show Falling Skies.
Can't say I disagree. I can't even bring myself to watch the two eps still sitting on DVR. Especially after Cowboys & Aliens, which was the same damned same ol' ... only with cowboys. But I could watch last week's Curb Your Enthusiasm over and over again.
I finally had to just erase the two eps of Falling Skies I had sitting in my DVR (besides, I've got Torchwood, Eureka, Warehouse 13, and Haven so I won't miss it anyway.) BUT, I at least got a good laugh outta Cowboys and Aliens- I hadn't realized it was supposed to be a comedy.
Just looks like a meteorite to me. Also, I don't see any "sharp turn to the right." It just appears to fall straight down.
Watch closer. How could you miss that?
Nope...still don't see it. Oh well.
turn up the brigtness on your comp screen.. it hides for a sec behind a cloud, then sharp 45 degree angle up/right
Methinks it was a meteorite that was previously in orbit around Uranus, Bob. POW!
it was a meteorite...duh! (probably from Krypton)
agree with Sam it's a meteor
Swamp gas reflecting off of Venus.
635 fumes fracking off Uranus.