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originally posted by: gortex
originally posted by: Realtruth
Where is all the skeptics and debunkers now? lol
Come guys this thread should be full of debunkers by now.
I think it's been debunked , the high altitude balloon explanation seems to me to the probable explanation.
It may have been the U.S. Army testing their own version of the Google tech down the road in Colorado Springs.
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
originally posted by: igor_ats
These are drones and they are testing their active camouflage to see how effective they are and to probe civilian reaction.
Shame no one had any decent zoom tech.
I recorded these white objects yesterday in Colorado Springs for about 2.5 hours. My best guess is 3 google loons (balloons). Couldn't track them on flight radar though. Airforce jets were curious as well. Peace
originally posted by: Cuervo
originally posted by: data5091
I like the fact the Reporter also saw the ufo's. I just did a quick scan/check of some other ufo sites I peruse, and noted there was this one also from Breckinridge which also came in on the same date.
Awesome. That report also mentions a triangular formation.
So why would the military send up jets to investigate balloons?