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Evidence: The Case for NASA UFOs

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Documentary investigating the case of NASA UFO footage filmed by a variety of space missions over the decades.

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Product Details

  • Actors: David Sereda, Dan Aykroyd
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Original recording remastered
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Terra Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 17, 2004
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002Y0HVG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,626 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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David Sereda explains and shows truly bizarre NASA footage captured with an infrared camera from several Shuttle missions. This is not just a collection of "flying saucers" caught on tape like so many other DVDs. "Evidence" is MUCH more bizarre and more disconcerting to my sensibilities than any UFO related material I've seen (including an actual sighting).

I don't have a degree in physics, but I can understand the scientific logic Sereda uses to explain concepts in nuclear propulsion, the composition of matter, characteristics of light, and quantum mechanics before delving into the seeming impossibility of what we are seeing in the footage.

All of our current concepts of physics are defied by the objects in this footage and any mind will find it disturbing. If there is a horror movie for the intellect, I would say this is it. I found this DVD thorough, compelling, and, for some reason, very scary.

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If anyone finds the content of this DVD inaccurate or deceptive, please contact me: carneal@everydayland.com with the facts. Hopefully viewers of this DVD will jump-start the serious scientific inquiry UFOs merit.
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Having culled through over 400 hours of NASA space shuttle and space station footage for interesting anomalies, David Sereda has selected images for this DVD that are, to say the least, fascinating. Debunkers, as usual, identify the luminous objects that are flying, streaking and appearing out of nowhere as "debris" or "video anomalies" or "shooting stars" (which reminds me of nothing so much as the old canard of "swamp gas" and "Venus" being mistaken for flying saucers). But "Evidence" offers compelling, well, evidence that seeing is believing. These objects are clearly not dismissible by any conventional, mundane explanation.

From Earth we see meteorites streak across the sky as they burn up in our atmosphere. But from a vantage point 300 miles above the Earth, what would cause objects to luminously streak across the field of view above the atmosphere? Or, more importantly, streak outward away from the atmosphere? And so Sereda's starting point is simple: How do objects flying outside of the Earth's atmosphere, in the void of space, appear as radiant objects unless they are self-luminescent, i.e., generating electromagnetic energy.

This is a two part documentary. In part 1 Sereda presents the footage with commentary based on correspondences he conducted with top NASA scientists about the possible nature of the objects seen in the film. In part 2, and, with little more than a blackboard and chalk, Sereda outlines his radical hypothesis as to the nature of these pulsing disc shaped objects. These objects appear, as Sereda explains, to have a mini-black hole at their centers which generate electromagnetic gravity waves (I think I have that right) that propel them at FTL speeds.
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Here it is. Authentic footage of UFOs-evidence provided by NASA on their own video feed. You'll see them and even hear astronauts remark about them and then go on about their mission as though it's a normal occurrence. This video explains how and why they appear to "blink out of sight" when people see them. Or why people will say, "We saw something and then it changed and disappeared at a remarkable speed!" Newtonian physics tells us this is impossible. So too the reports of high-speed right-angle turns that are often reported also defy our known laws of physics. But these two videos (Evidence #1 and #2) easily explain how these high-speed maneuvers are possible. I was amazed and totally convinced. David Sereda's incredible intuition and scientific understanding has brought him to understand how ufos work and he is able to explain it all in terms that the layman can grasp. I just ordered his latest video that he directed: Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs. I am really looking forward to that.
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I've seen several tv programs about UFOs. Alot of the footage that those programs show can be more easily argued as a hoax or just something filmed that was mistaken for a UFO. EVIDENCE , on the other hand , shows footage that was coincidently filmed by the cameras that were fixed on the Space Shuttle from several missions during the 1990's so the footage is authentic and difficult to dismiss as fake especially after David Sereda breaks down what makes the footage mind-blowing.

EVIDENCE also breaks down how UFOs could possibly function through principles of faster than light technology by showing evidence found on the flying discs in the actual footage. So , basically , he shows you how a UFO can fly through outerspace in a blink.

The production quality is similar to that of a college public access program (with Sereda illustrating on a blackboard) but surprisingly the dvd introduction is presented by Dan Akroyd. Akroyd must obviously be a believer for him to lend his name , face , and time to EVIDENCE. You won't mind the production quality because Sereda still makes his case compellingly plus the program is thought provoking and challenging to your sense of reality.

One clip shows an object skimming across the Earth's atmosphere in seconds and disappearing at the horizon indicating it flew around to the other side of the planet. Another shows "the Tether Incident" where a long NASA tether breaks loose , drifts about 80 miles from the shuttle and then gets swarmed by large flying discs with one disc in particular pulsating brightly. Some of the discs clearly flew BEHIND the tether indicating that they were NOT dust particles that were blurred on camera.
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