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originally posted by: Yeahkeepwatchingme
Maybe the media is going to slowly start to inform the public? Seems like this is one of the first steps to continue "waking people up". S + F, interesting.
Three objects in stationary triangular formation over Breckenridge, CO, area Objects appeared in a triangular formation on a cloudless sunny day. Objects remained stationary for period of over 1.5 hours, and remain in position as this report is being filed.
A gentleman sees, and photographs, several objects, which were hovering in the morning sky. He takes a photo of the objects. Several other witnesses have reported the same phenomenon.
We suspect that the objects may be high-altitude, helium-filled balloons, launched for scientific purposes, although some of the witnesses have reported that they have seen military fighter aircraft approaching the objects.
originally posted by: drneville
a reply to: freedommusic
You might be on to something
But could those "loons" stay stationary for 15 minutes ? Strange...
On Monday morning, small white objects flew high in the sky over Washington, D.C. No one seems to know what they were.
To verify the objects were not weather balloons, Fritz called the National Weather Service. They confirmed that no special weather balloons had been released. Single weather balloons are launched twice a day from Sterling, Virginia and would not ordinarily be visible over the District.
originally posted by: Realtruth
Where is all the skeptics and debunkers now? lol
Come guys this thread should be full of debunkers by now.
But the U.S. Army also has its eyes on free-flying communications balloon technology. In October 2012, the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command tested the Combat SkySat military retransmission platform in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Balloons floating at 80,000 and 30,000 feet established a handheld radio communications link from 150 miles away.
Google's Loon Project Puts Balloon Technology in Spotlight
And if the government wanted to test similar technologies, why would they be popping up all over the country? And why not test in more remote areas?
And why not test in more remote areas?