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Please refresh my memory. Didn't you post once, that Foo fighters may have been related to the use of a new form of radar mounted on warplanes? Now...if this is correct, then one would presume that there was no point in turning on that radar until approaching enemy territory, which would explain the above quote. Really in my opinion, the 1947 "UFO" explosion was in part due to the increased use of high powered radars and microwaves.
..I revisited the sightings (foo fighters) and found that the research astronomers had done during 1939 -1945 fitted. It even explained why foo fighters seemed to take a break during 1943 and then return with a vengeance. The dates of planes and their types, Halifax, Stirling, Lancasters, etc...fitted.
There was also reason to keep foo fighters a secret. If the Nazis knew what was causing them they could target the specific planes, and knockout the few aircraft, carrying the new, precious and experimental HS5 AI (Air Interception) radar on board. It seemed clear that the microwaves pumped out from this new radar equipment were creating the foo fighters.The limited equipment even had to be transferred to Coastal Command in 1943 to detect U-boats in the North Atlantic....Powerful microwaves pumped into air...seemed to produce foo at certain wavelengths and powers under the right atmospherice conditions..
The research being carried out by astronomers like Bernard Lovell and Martin Ryle fitted the dates and bombing raids spot on. Smokey Stover was almost right when he said "Where there's foo there's fire."
In fact where there's foo there's radar.............
Source : UFO Matrix Magazine : Volume 1 Issue 3
originally posted by: KellyPrettyBear
a reply to: mirageman
Thank you my friend. That was the link!
The link between "UFOs" and plasma is just as relevant today as it was in the 40's.
Happy Boxing Day to you!