Monday, March 21, 2011

In Fact, It's not a UFO on Japan Tsunami

When recording video shows moments of the tsunami wave hit the city of Sendai in Miyagi prefecture, Japan, a mysterious object seen out of the water and move away. Many who call it a UFO. However, the object was not something that is not known, but only a white helicopter.

Some people always find something scandalous from a disaster. Including the tsunami that occurred in Japan on March 11, yesterday. Although the news has not been widely discussed in Indonesia, but outside of Indonesia, this news is very popular so I guess just a matter of time before certain infotainment lifting. 

Before that happens, let me clarifying first. This paper is at once a response to questions from some readers about UFOs Tsunami Japanese.
For that, let us look at the tape together.
The recording below shows the seconds when the tsunami waves which swept fierce Japanese mainland. Take a good look. You can see a white object flying from left to right screen.

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In the screenshot.

(If you use the phone to read this post, maybe you'll have little trouble to see it). 

Can you see and identify these objects? 

Very difficult. Therefore, most people assume that the object was a UFO that was out of the water toward the mainland, probably escaped from the waves of malignancy. Even the sense of the humorous video Uploader makes mention of the object as Goku (from Dragon Ball). 

We can forget about Goku. However, whether the object is really a UFO?
The answer: No. 

This is just a case of mistaken. 

I will explain. 

If we DO NOT see an object clearly, then we can either recognize it. Is not it?
One of the problems why the news about this UFO can spread so widely is because of one factor, namely the poor recording quality. These low-quality recordings uploaded to youtube in large numbers so that made everyone who saw it believe they are witnessing a UFO. 

Therefore, to clarify this problem, we need to find a recording of "clear". 

Well, I'll give the tape to you. This tape is a more complete version than the first record and have a much better quality. The same scene with the first record will be seen starting from the second to-43. 

But, you still have to see this tape from the computer screen. If you look at it from the phone, then you still will not be able to recognize the object. 

Now, notice the left of the screen on the second to-43. 

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(Youtube link) 

What do you see? 

Yes, a helicopter, precisely a white helicopter. You can see the blades spinning in the second to-43. (I do not show through screenshot screenshot because the propeller was still not visible). 

The helicopter was flying over the water initially so as to create the impression that the object was out of the water. Though not so.
Well, if the object is a white helicopter. Helicopters who is it? 

If a helicopter flying over a location of a catastrophic event, then there are only two possibilities: 

First, the helicopter belongs to the competent authorities such as police, firefighters or the military. And it turns out the Japanese coast guard helicopter (Japan Coast Guard) is white. 

In the event of disasters associated with the sea or beach, then did a team from the agency assigned to monitor the disaster situation.

In addition Japan's Coast Guard, the second possibility is: The helicopter was owned television station.

In recording the above, we could see the writing NHK World is slightly offset by writing the AP (Associated Press). NHK (Nippon Hoso Kyokai) is the name of the state television station in Japan so it is natural if we consider the possibility that the helicopter belonged to the station NHK. 

If we examine the helicopter owned by NHK, then we will find when their helicopter was also white.

Anh letters on the helicopter stands for All Nippon helicopters, an aviation services company that provides helicopter for NHK. 

Although we can not confirm whether the helicopter was owned by Japan Coast Guard or television station NHK, I think this mystery has remained unsolved. Therefore, if you find news about the tsunami Japan UFO, you know that UFOs are actually just a helicopter.

However, the name of man, must always be able to discover the excitement behind a tragedy. I would not be surprised if, after recording the UFO controversy is over, will display a mermaid corpse recording stranded by the tsunami that claimed Japan or recording a pair of eyes in the sky which is called as a sign of God's wrath against the people of Japan.

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