a reply to: olaru12
And what is the first line of that Express article?
Triangle UFOs are being reported across the globe, but mainly in the USA.
So if you're associating the triangle UFOs with being giant UFOs...
I stand by what I say. When you attach the word "giant" to "UFOs" it's mostly a craze out of America. Americans are well known for calling things
giant, mega, etc...blowing things out of proportion, let's say! I capitalize on America's obsession with giant things. It makes me good money. And
other countries have their obsession over giant things but not as much as North America (granted, Japan is another big one, but giant UFOs over Japan?
barely..!). You tell me why that is, why America is obsessed with things being huge (like meals, and buildings, and silicon boobies, and air forces,
and nuclear arsenals, and presidential egos, etc etc) I don't know, as long as they keep payin' I don't really care..! But it's a thing. You and I
both know it's a thing with that country. Yes that blurry triangle image, yes there are other reports elsewhere but again, not the majority.
Also, I'm more inclined to get my data from actual witness reports from databases, than from inflated news articles. I guarantee you trawl the
databases and you will not see reports similar to say Phoenix (sighting part 1 that is, not part 2) repeating in many other places around the world.
(and I keep mixing up Kecksburg with some other American town one of a giant UFO that is a very cool report and much better example than Phoenix, but
I can't remember the place name off top of my head.. Stephensville? Yes, Stephenville 2008:
Here's the thing. If you want to go with "giant UFOs are everywhere" that's fine, then your brain has to tackle that theory and try to rationalize why
they're everywhere. Good luck with that. I'm sticking with they're mostly American reports and looking into it from that angle because it gives me
personally, more grounding to work from. We know USA has Area 51 for example. Area 51 + Giant UFOs = reason? We know the land mass of America is very
large with vast open spaces which could also be a reason why they are "attracted" to that location. Cos here in the UK we don't have an Area 51 nor do
we have "giant" UFOs. That's just how I work with these reports and the bigger picture - attempt to scale it down. The same way in mathematics, to
tackle the large sums you often create a scaled down one that's easier to work with (or sth, not a mathematician).
If you don't consider any cultural facets then you're doing your own research a disservice, IMO. But each to their own.
And fundamentally, I look at all this stuff from the lens of my own experiences, which never involved anything of "giant" size, but plenty of normal
size. Local reports have an array of UFO landings and they were never giant craft, and local/national reports rarely, if ever, include "football
pitch" terminology. I will always listen carefully to those with a "giant UFO" experience and I'm sure someone like David Marler would weigh in some
interesting info on the subject. Folks can study it from whatever angle they so choose, mine is that it's mostly an American phenomenon, or at least,
"giant ufos" are mostly concentrated in North America...
Not that there have been any giant UFO reports out of anywhere since the Jersey UFO and how long ago was that now? 8 years? edit. 11 years. these
giant ufos sure are common and frequent!
It's harder to get on board with something that isn't not only prevalent in your own country, it simply doesn't exist. If you were to compartmentalize
the UFO reports from the UK into CE1s 2s and 3s you would not find many that describe the so called "giant UFO". The Lothian UFO that came down and a
robot spiked a man in a leg, didn't come down in a giant UFO. Local report of kids spotting a UFO and being surrounded by it (ball of light). Videos
or testimony out of crop circles, balls of light. People in London spotting UFOs, generally small white orbs. UFO crash in Wales, not described as
giant, just a UFO/meteor size. Modern times "triangle UFOs" very very often are chinese lantern misidentifications, plenty of videos on youtube etc of
this (both people calling them a giant UFO and the video proving them to be chinese lanterns or similar).
That makes those of us out of the UK a little more sceptical/level headed on the giant UFO subject perhaps? Arguably, it could also make us less
informed. But again from that I can scale it up a bit, as I mentioned, Japan, do they often report "giant UFO-boru!"... nope. Sweden? "ist giant UFO
ja!" ... nope. Even Brazil, some amazing ovni videos but anything remotely hinting at giant UFOs? Nope. Maybe that one filmed in darkness claiming to
be an alien in a window of a giant craft from 2008-era. Either way, this is why I don't just jump on the "yeah giant UFOs everywhere man" train.
At this point it's not really about pointing you to sources, or you needing to point me to them, it's about you being able to procure some averages
for yourself, in your head or on paper, however you want to play it. Then put that onto a mental map. Or even a real one... The big massive (giant)
blob is going to be over America, and all other countries are going to have a very small tiny blob...like this:
I'd wager money on it to be fair. $20? If anything, I should then say: You
prove to me
that that isn't the case
news article doesn't trump 15 years of following witness testimony, reports and discussions on the subject, etc. But that's now how I roll. I'd just
say, consider that point, that it's concentrated on America.
And be smart? For the sake of healthy UFOlogy?
Amazed, easily convinced...
Analytical, critical, alert and unconvinced until proven otherwise.
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