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So automatically oh it's an alien craft.
The other? What other? Do you think you've seen an alien craft? You haven't.
I'm approaching 60 and Iv'e only seen one that one time. Be patient, life is life long.
In light of your inexperience, I'll now respond to your other statements.
I do my share of debunking here, finding that out. I am a trained observer. I have a critical mind.
Thats the thing, if you had been there you would have observed, like the most untrained observer among us that night, the real difference between the two, immediately.
I don't care how little experience you have over a life time of air shows, viewing satellites, bolides, iridium flares, reentries, scintillating stars, whatever.
None of these hold a candle to what we observed, that night.
originally posted by: wmd_2008
a reply to: Erno86
You cant work out a speed because you dont have a size or distance for the object.
So what happens is a very high speed is quoted to try to reinforce YOUR opinion of what the object was
originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
a reply to: _BoneZ_
Every light in the sky is a UFO unless you know what you are looking at.
I remember when I was a kid and I saw a light moving in the sky, and I said "Dad, look-a UFO!" He turned to me and said "no, that's a satellite."
What I don't understand is how some people who see a UFO automatically equates it to an alien craft. If you see a light in the sky that behaves erratically, it is a light and nothing more until there is an explanation.
One night I was watching one move across the sky when it suddenly did a perfect 90 degree turn on a DIME.
I'm fairly certain it was one of ours though.
lets see if any have the nads to back up the claims, like I said I would REALLY like to see that but I won't hold my breath.
originally posted by: Wolfenz
Ya Da Ya DA
back in the late 1940s and the 1950s was the Big Hype UFO CRAZE to even the American Government asking citizens to turn in their Home Made Films, if they Filmed UFOs ..
At the Same Time The Soviet's and Americans were experimenting with New Captured NAZI Technology From Nazi Experimental Planes , Submarines and other "Devices" ... and Americans and Soviets Back engineered to perfection of what the Nazis Scientists and Engineers were doing till they themselves were captured ( Operation Paperclip ) all could be a Plausible explanation...
Its the proof that they exist .. but it Not Proof if they are Extra Terrestrial..
and If Project Blue Book ( P.B.B.) says they found Nothing in 22 years from (((( 1947 )))) to 1969
They may be Right Found Nothing to Prove that they are Extra Terrestrial Not from this Earth ..
Most just have to use the certain Wording Definition of what ( P.B.B. ) actually Meant
How about from another Dimension ..
Ill tell you what, I have seen in actual Pulp Fiction to Early 1950s Digests Scifi Magazines !
Mostly Flying Spheres , Cigar Cylinder shape , Flying Saucer Shape Flying Disks
I know as I Own some of them !
Here some example ..
This Object looks familiar from a FEB 1912 Modern Electronics Mag
what is this guy looking at through that portal ?
from this Pulp Mag Amazing Stories
a Flying Sphere aka foo Fighter
but what it could be, is a Life Imitates Art Thing ....
Kinda Strange that NASA Came up with a Design like what's shown in a Pulp Science Fiction MAG !
Not strange if one knows anything about aerodynamics. The lifting body design had been around a long time. See also the X-20 Dyna Soar.
Herman Potočnik (pseudonym Hermann Noordung; 22 December 1892 – 27 August 1929) was a Slovene rocket engineer and pioneer of cosmonautics (astronautics). He is chiefly remembered for his work addressing the long-term human habitation of space.
With his many ideas he became one of the founders of astronautics. His concepts were first taken seriously only by the amateur rocketry movement in Germany, the Verein für Raumschiffahrt (VfR - "Spaceflight Society"), centered on Hermann Oberth and his co-workers
The wheel-shaped space station served as an inspiration for further development by Wernher von Braun (another former VfR member) in 1952. Von Braun saw orbiting space stations as a stepping stone to travel to other planets.