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originally posted by: justdust
a reply to: mirageman
I might be wrong, but I seem to remember that they showed a picture of the hole in the clouds above O'hare on
the news that evening. That's what made this incident stick in my mind.
originally posted by: Triton1128
a reply to: charlyv
What makes it a negative subject to report on?
Do they assume you are not mentally stable? That its not a possibility, or too outlandish for a pilot who's responsible for the lives of its passengers?
Or is it because the government doesn't want the truth to come out?
" Whats your opinion, seeing as you have been in that situation "?
As for a reason for hiding a possible conspiracy. What do the select few, that possibly know the truth yield? IS it advanced technology that the US doesn't want another country to know about? Id suspect if we were using alien technology is would be more apparent. Replacing elevators with teleporters and such But from the outside, it seems that most of the world powers are about on par with each other in terms of "technology"
So if its a "world" wide conspiracy with only the elite knowing the truth. What are they gaining?
So much just doesn't make sense. It feels like we are in the same spot we were 20 years ago.. but with only more questions now.
originally posted by: smurfy
"I have to say too that the FAA didn't exactly cover themselves in glory, and by intentionally not investigating this event from the word go, has all sorts of connotations. What would they do had this ended up a collision, say with secret military or an unknown piece of airwear and a passenger plane, they are all fallible it seems?"
Well-said. O'Hare is an intensely busy airport, especially at the time of day when that event occurred. Which is why it makes absolutely no rational sense to speculate that the military would place an anomalous object in the air directly over one of O'Hare's terminals during rush hour and in rainy/misty weather close to twilight. If that were the case it would have been an open invitation to disaster with great loss of life and loss of facilities at O'Hare. Not to mention, but I will, the consequent legal and financial consequences. It's an absurd speculation.