a reply to: BASSPLYR
surprised it hasn't come up yet.
HPM(high power microwaves) were starting to come in to their own, after WWII we set the exposure limits to 10 milliwatts(one thousands of a watt, aka
very little power) where the russians set their limits 1000 times higher i wonder what they were exposed to as far as energy levels go that night. it
seems very directional for the most part as the other men were apparently not affected in the long term, the ground was the only other thing that
showed any radiation residue.
we set pretty strict levels of exposure for various types of energies(microwave, A,B and gamma etc.), maybe this also had something to do with why
those medical records were classified and it took some heavy hitters to get them back. If i knew my project irradiated an airman via a
weapon/defencive system or a leaking power source from a crash i might want to lock it away behind classification and a good/spooky story to explain
some of his medical issues.(other than the obvious reason to keep the platform classified).
there are so many prosaic reasons for this whole thing, compared to time traveling et/humans(i'm not discounting that those things may exist) that is.
if it was a Russian platform that would explain allot of the strange behaviour on the base.
imagine the first night that someone picked up on radar/other systems an uninvited guest checking out the nuclear bunkers(the lasers targeting the
bunkers for the sensors trying to read what was in them)and coming back again but this time whoever was ready and shot it out of the sky(the bright
light people saw). and because it happened the night before there would be at least some people in place ready for it if it happened to come back.
not wanting to send huge amount of people(that were mysterious and would cause a lot of questions people wouldn't/couldn't answer) out to a base for
in all likelihood nothing would come of it seems logical and what i would do.
Sending a few of my guys out and in case something happened i had my own guys there as well as getting some time to gather the other people and
equipment ready to go, would also be something i might do and would explain the other men in the forest area.
American or Russian platforms that were super advanced would invoke a response that we saw at the RFI in my opinion.
the military would love to get their hands on any advanced enemies best stuff.
i dont mean to downplay the RFI event but i think if the came out most people other than us UFO or aviation geeks wouldn't even know what the RFI was
let alone care.
there is a reason we don't know what crashed/landed in the forest that night, and i bet its for good reason. espionage would be useless if we told
everyone how we did it and what we got, let alone the geo political issues it would case.
imagine something way more advanced and able to get into joint NATO bases super easy and without hardly any defensive responses would be an amazing
spy tool. the more it looks like a UFO the more people on the ground would hesitate to shoot.
heck look what happened in the RFI, these men walked up to and if you believe this part, touched it. If it appeared to be just an advanced spy
aircraft people would shoot first and ask questions later(US or Russia) or at the very least lock the base down and cancel the christmas party to deal
with intruders on the base.
and that might be another reason they tried to keep this under wraps or misdirect with UFO's. if it was a russian syp mission then it would look like
the americas(us) were totally inept at base security.
edit on 1-10-2018 by penroc3 because: (no reason given)