posted on Apr, 8 2014 @ 01:00 AM
reply to post by MaximRecoil
..... In the O'Hare siting for example, "United Airlines employees, ranging from pilots to supervisors" saw a "metallic, saucer-shaped
craft hovering over Gate C-17" which then rapidly accelerated vertically, punching a hole in the clouds in the process.
I don't know if this has already been addressed, but... Where did you gather your information that a supervisor or even a controller saw this object?
Would that be from internet UFO sites or UFO biased TV programs, by chance?
I say this because the actual air traffic controller heading ground control that day, and heard on the taped conversation, said that he saw absolutely
nothing. He stated that the 15+ employees including
supervisors, controllers, and traffic management staff in the tower, all looked for this
object but saw nothing. This is a building designed to see 360 degrees around the entire terminal. If there was any
spotted in this airspace, they would have immediately shut down traffic. There's no doubt about that. Especially post 9/11.
If he did see this object, as you say... How do you explain the terminal keeping on their flight departures every 38 seconds without interruption?
These are airport employees with the sole responsibility of safety and with many lives in their hands. That alone makes no logical sense for a
reported 15 minute hovering UFO.
This sighting alone proves beyond a reasonable doubt that there exists or existed at least one metallic, saucer-shaped craft on Earth which is
capable of hovering and rapid vertical acceleration.
Wrong, this case does not prove beyond a reasonable doubt
. You have many other
witnesses with an entire profession relying upon visually directing air traffic safely, that looked in the exact same area and saw nothing. These are
the exact type of people that believers frequently point out are "trained observers"... yet, they saw nothing. You have conflicting reports by
multiple witnesses. That puts into question what exactly was seen. So, it's not a slam dunk- "This was a UFO, end of story" incident.