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Maia Gabrial
28th November 2015, 21:06
Just came across this accident in China. See what you think:

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Rocky_Shorz
28th November 2015, 21:26
That was extremely weird, tractor beam grabbed both vans

Citizen No2
28th November 2015, 21:31
The truck had caught a steel cable and when the cable became taught it caused this accident.


Allegedly.


Regards.

Rocky_Shorz
28th November 2015, 21:37
Is it normal to have cables across the road in China?

Citizen No2
28th November 2015, 21:44
What is normal?

If you open your eyes and actually look at what you are seeing it should be self evident.



Regards

Removingtheveil
28th November 2015, 22:34
watch the left side of the road near the bushes,a few seconds before the main van arrives a man starts to appear out of nowhere and raises his hands right before it happens. Then he continues walking as if nothing has happened. It looks like he materializes from nothing but it could just be the poor quality of video. :)

giovonni
28th November 2015, 22:43
Mystery Levitating Cars in China - Solved!

From dazzathecameraman


We take a look at the bizarre accident in China that caused three cars to apparently levitate....

Links to explanation:

http://boingboing.net/2015/11/27/cable-caught-in-street-sweeper.html

https://www.reddit.com/r/gifs/comments/3ugh9j/bizarre_accident_in_china_invisible_cable_on_road/

Published on Nov 27, 2015


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNA8_A9tRZA&feature=em-uploademail

Bubu
29th November 2015, 01:13
Mystery Levitating Cars in China - Solved!

From dazzathecameraman


We take a look at the bizarre accident in China that caused three cars to apparently levitate....

Links to explanation:

http://boingboing.net/2015/11/27/cable-caught-in-street-sweeper.html

https://www.reddit.com/r/gifs/comments/3ugh9j/bizarre_accident_in_china_invisible_cable_on_road/

Published on Nov 27, 2015


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNA8_A9tRZA&feature=em-uploademail

A cable tied to a post will not make the vans sway. And since its suppose to be higher on one side right of van left of video its supposed to twist/turn the van clockwise

giovonni
29th November 2015, 01:17
Mystery Levitating Cars in China - Solved!

From dazzathecameraman


We take a look at the bizarre accident in China that caused three cars to apparently levitate....

Links to explanation:

http://boingboing.net/2015/11/27/cable-caught-in-street-sweeper.html

https://www.reddit.com/r/gifs/comments/3ugh9j/bizarre_accident_in_china_invisible_cable_on_road/

Published on Nov 27, 2015


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNA8_A9tRZA&feature=em-uploademail

A cable tied to a post will not make the vans sway. And since its suppose to be higher on one side right of van left of video its supposed to twist/turn the van clockwise

Not following your explanation, can you provide some evidence ?

PS - apparently the street sweeper/cleaner on the far right (of the right lane) provided the
the snap/twist of the cable that caused the mishap.

Bubu
29th November 2015, 01:31
Mystery Levitating Cars in China - Solved!

From dazzathecameraman


We take a look at the bizarre accident in China that caused three cars to apparently levitate....

Links to explanation:

http://boingboing.net/2015/11/27/cable-caught-in-street-sweeper.html

https://www.reddit.com/r/gifs/comments/3ugh9j/bizarre_accident_in_china_invisible_cable_on_road/

Published on Nov 27, 2015


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNA8_A9tRZA&feature=em-uploademail

A cable tied to a post will not make the vans sway. And since its suppose to be higher on one side right of van left of video its supposed to twist/turn the van clockwise

Not following your explanation, can you provide some evidence ?

PS - apparently the street sweeper/cleaner on the far right (of the right lane) provided the
the snap/twist of the cable that caused the mishap.

The street sweeper did not shake a bit even thought it lifted 3 vehicles at the same time. given the arrangement cable tied to top of post at one end, one end tied to the sweeper, by summation of forces the weight of 2 vans and 1 car will be multiplied many times in relation to both ends of the cable. its suppose to rip the sweeper from the truck.

giovonni
29th November 2015, 01:36
Mystery Levitating Cars in China - Solved!

From dazzathecameraman


We take a look at the bizarre accident in China that caused three cars to apparently levitate....

Links to explanation:

http://boingboing.net/2015/11/27/cable-caught-in-street-sweeper.html

https://www.reddit.com/r/gifs/comments/3ugh9j/bizarre_accident_in_china_invisible_cable_on_road/

Published on Nov 27, 2015


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNA8_A9tRZA&feature=em-uploademail

A cable tied to a post will not make the vans sway. And since its suppose to be higher on one side right of van left of video its supposed to twist/turn the van clockwise

Not following your explanation, can you provide some evidence ?

PS - apparently the street sweeper/cleaner on the far right (of the right lane) provided the
the snap/twist of the cable that caused the mishap.

The street sweeper did not shake a bit even thought it lifted 3 vehicles at the same time. given the arrangement cable tied to top of post at one end, one end tied to the sweeper, by summation of forces the weight of 2 vans and 1 car will be multiplied many times in relation to both ends of the cable. its suppose to rip the sweeper from the truck.

Sorry, I believe the video explains it quite well ...
And since neither of us were there ... So be it.

Jayren
29th November 2015, 05:39
There are extremely developed psychic children that are being born or were born in China, some say they are even more powerful then the entire Chinese army... That being said developing your mind enough to lift a few malleable cars to test your psychic abilitie or to taunt the government is no hard task for them especially making them look stupid. Haha really a cable wire. Chinese government are no better then our government saying a ufo is a government missile flying around appearing out of no where

sigma6
29th November 2015, 05:50
the man appearing from nowhere would indicate video alteration....

Citizen No2
29th November 2015, 11:49
It's a tractor beam.

They decided to give a public outing to this exotic tech and partly levitated three vehicles.... Not all the way off the ground though, just partly.

Even though it does look is if the three vehicles have been caught on a taught cable, you can't believe your own eyes or logic...... it just has to be a tractor beam. It just has to be.

Jeeeez........ is there no hope?



Regards.

Maia Gabrial
30th November 2015, 01:32
It looks like the guy just suddenly appears and is blurry until he starts walking across the street.
The whole incident is weird, but the explanation seems believable....Thanks

amor
30th November 2015, 02:57
I do not see any suggestion of a cable and agree the video may have been altered because of the man who appears seemingly out of thin air, unless he materialized from the UFO that caused the levitation. Looks like levitation to me, from below or from above.

BongoBob
30th November 2015, 03:10
I'm going with photo manipulation on this, mostly, because if you look closely at the video at 39 seconds... the tire of the left-most van seems to "pop off" and then float back up to the van before it hits the ground again, unless you can find a reasonable explanation for that...

sunpaw
30th November 2015, 12:36
To me a cable doesn't make sense - however I see how its an 'easy' explanation.
And who can actually verify it - either knowing people to ask or research.

For me it looks like a 'distortion' - which can (could) be gravity/time related. I also noticed the 'figure', which reminded me of 'time travel' or 'relocation'.
(see 'Time travel by Jane Tripp'-thread here on Avalon)

Interesting location too: China. Where the 'floating city appeared'.

DeDukshyn
30th November 2015, 16:29
... It looks like he materializes from nothing but it could just be the poor quality of video. :)

Yeah it's just the ridiculous amount of compression. Some other people are turning invisible, as well as a scooter - lost in the dark areas, where higher compression would occur.

Not long ago I saw a Russian video of a car getting caught on a cable and "levitating" - it looked exactly like this, but that video was clear enough that if you looked you could actually see the cable, and suddenly it made complete sense. A streetsweeper that size would likely weigh close to 20,000 lbs. here's a little three wheeled one with specs and it weighs 14,300 lbs http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2007-elgin-pelican-p-specialty-file. Don't forget that these sweepers have large hoppers to hold all the dirt they sweep, add a couple extra tons of dirt to a 15-20,000lb sweeper, and it certainly would be stable enough to support the weight of those cars, from the way they were lifted - a thousand pounds or less force at the leverage point on those here cars is all it would take.

If one watches the sweeper, it comes to a rather abrupt stop, and jars slightly when the other vehicles are lifted - indicating it had been pulled. Also note that the sweepers forward movement is what tightened the cable, after it had caught in the sweeper brush. So the sweeper brush didn't lift the cars, the ~20,000lb sweepers forward momentum did.

The shaft on those sweeper brushes have to be strong as hell, they are engineered for years of wear under heavy stress, so while I am sure their rotation wouldn't have enough torque to do the "car lifting", I am certain they would be strong enough to support that stress.

The video explanation seems sound.

ADDITION: Found the other video ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmuhKWtW5Yg

DeDukshyn
30th November 2015, 16:39
I'm going with photo manipulation on this, mostly, because if you look closely at the video at 39 seconds... the tire of the left-most van seems to "pop off" and then float back up to the van before it hits the ground again, unless you can find a reasonable explanation for that...

Why would a hoaxer spend the time to add the tire popping off and back on again, if it only makes your video look unrealistic, while trying to make a "hoax" video? No photo manipulator would do that, so photo manipulation isn't a reasonable explanation for that at all. The rear left tire does pop off as though it had caught on something, bounce once, then the van lands on top of it - look more closely.

giovonni
30th November 2015, 16:46
Thanks DeDukshyn

And apparently this is not an uncommon phenomena ...


From RT

Rare crash video: Car flips over catching loose wires


Published on Sep 23, 2012

A Ford Focus "flies up" catching loose trolleybus electric leads in its bumper as it crossed an intersection
in the Russian town of Vladimir. The accident got filmed on a video-registrator of a nearby parked car.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HY-oWN7Y9gs

DeDukshyn
30th November 2015, 16:47
hah sync! I was adding the link to my post while you were adding it here! different videos though, of the same clip.