What Is This Thing?

The UK Telegraph Friday December 18, 2009

UFO pyramid reported over Kremlin

A giant pyramid which appears to be a UFO hovering over the Kremlin has caused frenzied speculation in Russia that it is an alien spacecraft.

The object has been compared to an Imperial Cruiser in the Star Wars films and witnesses estimated it could be up to a mile wide.

Two film clips exist which appear to show the same object and footage has been repeatedly playing on Russian television news channels.

The shots, one taken at night from a car and one during the day, were both filmed by amateurs.

The ‘craft’ was said to have hovered for hours over Red Square in the Russian capital.

The clips of the ‘invasion’ have gone to the top of the country’s version of YouTube.

The identity of the shape has not been confirmed. Russian reports ruled out a UFO but police refused to comment.


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    • Edger on December 19, 2009 at 04:06
    • Miep on December 19, 2009 at 04:32

    Go tell everybody over there to come over here! They won’t want to miss this.

    • Miep on December 19, 2009 at 04:59

    the Large Hadron Collider did it. Can we spread that one?

  1. Actually, the date of the earliest pyramid footage appears to be December 9, which is the same day a spiral UFO was videoed over Norway.

    Turns out the spiral UFO was actually an errant strategic missile fired from a Russian submarine.

    Here’s an explanation of how the phenomenon was created:

    The Bulava ICBM test notably came a few days after the expiration of a START treaty provision regarding the sharing of missile test telemetry data between Russia and the US.

    The reference to telemetry raises the obvious question – given the US-Russian Joint Statement “to continue to work together in the spirit of the START Treaty following its expiration” on December 5 – did Russia encrypt the telemetry?

    If I was going to take a wild guess, the floating pyramid probably has something to do with keeping the telemetry data secret.  

    • Miep on December 19, 2009 at 05:21

    this has been bothering me.

    We called 1901 nineteen-oh-one, but we called 2001 two thousand one.

    I don’t think we’ll be calling 2493 two thousand four hundred ninety-three; we’ll be calling it twenty-four ninety-three.

    So, when are we going to switch? Those of us who are left, I mean.

  2. Obama is gonna look in Pooties eyes, and fall in love.  

    • Miep on December 19, 2009 at 06:11

    she suggested “Iran?”

  3. Actual Photograph

    • Inky99 on December 19, 2009 at 07:30

    This looks pretty good, too, but is, well, fake of course.

    The guy who made it supposedly landed a $30 million hollywood deal after posting it on Youtube.  

    Watching the Russian thing, well I have to say the daytime one looks completely fake, but the night one looks “real”, but only about as real as this youtube that I’m posting.   Desktop 3D stuff has gotten so sophisticated now that you can make this kind of stuff very easily if you know what you’re doing.  

  4. A real extraterrestrial vehicle (ETV) that is. Large triangular shaped ETVs are fairly common. One of the ETVs that was seen as part of the Phoenix Lights in 1997 was triangular and estimated by numerous witnesses to be over a mile wide.

    • Miep on December 20, 2009 at 07:45

    • Miep on December 20, 2009 at 08:14

    loves me some Randy Newman!

    • Miep on December 20, 2009 at 08:20

    • Miep on December 20, 2009 at 08:33

    • Miep on December 20, 2009 at 12:01

    have I ever told you that I love you?

    If not, I have remissed.

    Is “remiss” a verb?

    perhaps I have simply been remiss, in not telling you so.

    Otherwise, you all have my apologies for my madness tonight.  I routinely hates myself this time of year.

    I am not a good person now.

    I apologize. Seriously; I get a lot better after the solstice.

    But this time of year just rips me to shit.

    I’m sorry, edger, and every body else.

    I’m guaranteed to pick up in January. Always happens. I’m much more easy to deal with then.

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