posted on May, 29 2014 @ 10:31 PM
a reply to: Sammamishman
Well it's like this. What I'm seeing is so damned fast that even if I were to have a camera ready in my hands the time it would take to get the
camera up, sorta aimed at the plane and take a shot of the thing would either be gone or a total blur. I would need a camera aimed at the general
area of the sky I expected it to fly from filming 24 /7 for a week straight and then have to go back and watch all 168 hours of footage for 1.5
seconds of excitement. I ain't got time for that. And My head would melt in the process.
What I saw is very, very fast. And so out there that I don't even mention it any more or keep up with my own thread regarding it.
Also, I've already decided that if I ever did get a photo of this craft I wouldn't post it publicly, sorta irresponsible, since I'm confident it's
ours...and damned proud of it too. But would maybe share with trusted people via U2U.
Meanwhile the Kansas craft is even more interesting than the texas one. Fascinating. I'm especially interested in the pale blue sheen the front
edge of the plane has. I've seen something very similar before and No I don't think that's an effect of the sun glinting off of it's fuselage.