NINGEN: video evidence

NINGEN: video evidence

September 2, 2019 100 By William Hollis


The story of the Ningen was born when a team of Japanese scientists traveled to [antarctica] to research whales The expedition encountered a massive unknown aquatic creature in the Icy waters The creature was as white as snow Other than its colossal size They claimed its body structure was almost humanoid in form thus the creature was dubbed [Ninjin] a Japanese word meaning human Eyewitnesses estimated the length somewhere between 20 [to] 30 meters or 66 to 98 feet Subsequent expeditions have also allegedly encountered the Ninja, but descriptions vary on a few details Some claim the creature has arms a few have [even] reported seeing hands and fingers Others have reported seeing long fins But no arms there have even been claims that the ningen was seen standing upright on two legs such discrepancies No doubt raise suspicion on eyewitness testimony yet these discrepancies alone all not Necessarily lead us to the conclusion that the eyewitnesses were seeing things or that they were lying about what they think they saw Humans are notoriously bad at accurately recounting specific details for memory This is why witness testimony is [not] considered [to] be as reliable as say video evidence in a court of law Though video may be given more weight than Witness testimony in court it’s no secret that given the know-how and proper equipment [a] Pretty convincing video Hoax can be created when viewing the following [clips], it’s prudent to keep this in mind To date there are only three known clips of the elusive beast [in] this video We will take a look at all three and analyze each I’ve saved the best and most credible for last So with all that out of the way let’s continue on to the first clip This video is highly compressed which is an immediate red flag and I was unable to find any information on the original source Though I can’t prove it’s a hoax [its] authenticity is questionable at best [Music] Clip number two is much higher quality than the last clip The earliest source I could find was an upload from 2006 however the 2006 upload appears to be a reload Rumor has it that the original source was a japanese animation company, but I couldn’t find any hard evidence of that claim either this clip came from Jams [Tech] Japan Agency for Marine Earth science and technology though the footage is authentic There’s quite a bit of debate over exactly what this thing actually is while many believe it to show the elusive ningen Various other explanations have been offered some claim the object in question is a manatee However manatees are only found in much warmer waters and are not found this far south Another possibility offered was that the object is nothing more than a stone formation with two sea creatures? situated on either side giving the appearance of eyes This possibility is certainly more plausible than the manatee explanation and can’t be ruled out Another frequently mentioned possibility is that the object is a beluga whale? Beluga whales do inhabit Icy waters, but only in the Northern sub Arctic and arctic regions in Addition to this Beluga whales do not fit the anatomical profile of whatever is seen here the last possibility [is] that Whatever. This is is another species altogether that is also unknown to science given the vastness of the Earth’s oceans And the fact that we know more about the surface of the moon than we do about [our] own oceans This possibility is not so far-fetched After all we are constantly finding [a] new aquatic creatures that have never been catalogued but at the end of the day, whatever is seen in Clip 3 remains inconclusive, [so] [which] of these explanations do you think is the most likely let me know in the comment section below? Hey, everyone drew here from mad cat mysteries And I hope you enjoyed the video you just watched if you did you can click on the subscribe [button] below I’d appreciate it Thanks so [much] for watching and we’ll see you next time