Date of sighting: Dec 29, 2016
Location of sighting: Redland, Florida, USA
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Scott C. Waring
Eyewitness states:In the same way that stars are masked by the sky scattering of visible light in daylight many small objects in the atmosphere are also masked. This masking effect is lower in the infrared portion of the spectrum and even lower in the short radio wave portion, so scanning the sky in the infrared or in the short radio wave(radar) portion of the spectrum is a lot more effective than scanning the sky in visible light. From video footage the "best" that we can show is the anomalous character of a given manifestation, to get clear ideas of the nature or origen of Anomalies further comprehensive research is needed that video alone can't provide. But Anomalies manifestations are a "local" phenomena and local phenomena usually have local explanations or causes. Some anomalies respond with bright flashes to direct light signals in daylight or at night showing with that clearly their anomalous nature.
Key steps for systematically observing anomalies:
1- Infrared spotting. Using an optical magnification in the 20x range.
2- The use of very high optical magnification able to resolve distant object details, in the 150x optical magnification range.
3- Direct signaling to the anomalies spotted. Anomalies will change behaviour and body geometry in response to "smart" signals.