Is This A New Hoaxing “Tool?”
What Do Mermaids And Marty McFly Have In Common???
By Dorraine Fisher
By Dorraine Fisher
Okay, I’m not the biggest believer in theories of the existence of so-called “mermaids, but every once in a while, a photo or video will surface that gets my attention.
This video has been circulating on Facebook recently showing a supposed female figure with arm-length fins diving through the ocean surf. It certainly looks interesting and computer-generated videos are getting harder and harder to spot. Check it out.
This is pretty interesting, but in the name of reason and good research, we first had to find out how a hoaxer might have created this. And we found a possibility.
The new hover board technology has now been released, and frankly, no one thought they’d fly at all. But they do.
In fact, the creator of the prototype hoverboard, Catalin Alexandru Duru, just entered the Guinness Book Of World Records by taking his board to a distance of two and a half football fields, 905 feet or 375 meters, before landing it skillfully on the water of Lake Ouareau in Quebec, Canada using just his feet to control it. According to experts, the board has reached a height of 16.4 feet but is capable of going much, much higher.
Now, what do mermaid sightings have to do with hover boards?
We, of course, can’t say for sure, but we think this is the technology behind the so-called mermaid sighting. That might be why the video clip has been cut off to maybe hide the required air hose? Anyone who saw something like that in the water would surely keep shooting as long as the creature was active in the frame. Check out this video of hoverboard enthusiasts and tell me what you think. Could this be a new hoaxing tool? *******DF
This Post By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher. Dorraine is a Professional Writer, a nature, wildlife and Bigfoot enthusiast who has written for many magazines. Dorraine conducts research, special interviews and more for The Crypto Crew. Get Dorraine's book The Book Of Blackthorne!
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