all football prediction site,make money online blackjack,tennis europe junior,Viral: Is this plane not moving in the sky? Netizens claim 'glitch in system'

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Updated Jun 10, 2021 | 13:02 IST
Is this plane stuck in the sky? TikToker's video goes viral
Is this plane stuck in the sky? TikToker's video goes viral  |  Photo Credit: YouTube
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  • The short clips show a plane in the sky being filmed from a moving car
  • The only problem is that the plane seems to be eerily stuck in the sky
  • The TikToker said she passed the same spot again two days later and saw the motionless plane stuck in the same spot again. Only this time, the video was shot in the evening

Some videos on the internet are so fake, it takes only a second or two to understand. But some videos are so bizarre, even multiple views cannot make you understand what is happening.

One might say that optical illusions can play mind games but they also start conversations and debates.

A video shared by a 22-year-old TikToker @lesxbalboa has taken social media by storm.

The short clip shows a plane in the sky being filmed from a moving car. The only problem is that the plane seems to be eerily stuck in the sky.

And we're not the only ones who are saying this. Scores of netizens have claimed there's a potential 'glitch in the system' as the plane appears to be hanging in the sky.

Watch video:

The video, which has garnered more than 7 million views on TikTok, shows the plane frozen in the blue sky.

Things get even weirder. The TikToker said she passed the same spot again two days later and saw the motionless plane stuck in the same spot again. Only this time, the video was shot in the evening.

"I know this isn’t normal… & google says it’s rare so why did I see it twice ?!" wrote @lesxbalboa, asking her followers to explain the bizarre phenomenon.

While many users joked about the plane, some said it was an optical illusion that needs a scientific explanation.

This isn't the only optical illusion that has left netizens baffled.

Back in February, a 23-year-old man from Scotland was travelling through Banff when he spotted a ship seemingly floating across the sky.

The surreal ordeal, which can only be described as an optical illusion, was filmed and shared online by Colin along with some photos.

However, it didn't take time for Colin McCallum to realise it's an optical illusion.

He explained: "This was caused by a cloud formation closer to the shore which changed the colour of the water closer to the land."

This type of optical illusion is a common occurrence in the sea. It's called a Fata Morgana, which causes a layer of warm air to sit over colder air, creating a complex form of superior mirage.

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