Penroc3 thanks for sharing your encounter. I’m conflicted on the triangles. I like where you are going with the idea that they are elaborate
projections. The website Muzj03 shared, speculating on the Norjen stuff suggested that they can disguise their visual and radar appearance (something
I’ve read in other places as well). Imagine if it could appear to be zooming off at Mach 3 on radar, but is still right there cruising along at 30
knots - kind of an aerial chameleon. All the tricks hide it’s incredible vulnerability. Would explain Belgium and a lot of other stuff. What you
have is a psychological weapon par excellence. Think enemy infantry: If you see an alien ship you probably don’t shoot and freak out in terror. If
you see a stealth dirigible you shoot.
A few random neuron firings - many sightings report a light/protrusion/round area on the bottom. What if there is some sort of gyroscope at the heart
of these allowing them incredible stability - think a flying Segway scooter.
The movement isn’t totally inconsistent with very high performance drones - I’ve seen them lit up with LEDs at night and pulling some crazy
maneuvers such as darting around, slewing, right angles, rapid climbs/drops, etc. Of course they aren’t silent - but maybe with active sound
cancellation. They would absolutely be UFOs 20 years ago.
Ignoring propulsion and aerodynamics for a second, they almost seem to move like being controlled by a computer mouse - again much like drones.
Rotate, slew, no regard for g forces, etc.
A few ideas on the ultra-low altitude cruising: (1) physically tap telecommunication systems/wires like the submarines with wheels and (2) if you
don’t want aircraft to collide with you in airspace, fly at tree top level. There’s obvious radar avoidance benefits too. It’s interesting that
they are often seen with helicopters around - almost as if the helicopters are providing cover. Or this is really far out: Could they be physically
feathered by something above? A silent helicopter maybe?
It’s also possible Lockheed or somebody made a huge propulsion breakthrough - the aerial equivalent of Red October - but you’d need tremendous
energy source/generation for something like that. I’ve heard some crazy rumors from people that worked out in Cali and Nevada - like Captain Nemo
stuff, but still. The risk of losing/crashing one of these in a neighborhood or worse an adversarial country seems insane, unless they are much lower
tech then they appear.
Maybe they only test them over the US and UK because they are a doomsday/WWWIII trick/weapon - a single-use diversion or system. They practice over
friendly places to train for the one time they are needed in desperation - not something you play around with in Syria, etc. Who knows?
If the first era of stealth was about being undetected, maybe era two is spoofing. Can you imagine the advantage against a near peer opponent that
even two hours of chaos could provide? They think they are having a UFO outbreak, chasing phantoms, and precisely at 4:00 am zap - command and control
knocked out, radars blind, half their nukes wrecked on the truck or pad, and they still have no idea who or what’s got them. Kind of puts this Navy
tic tac stuff in perspective!
Quite the tactical and strategic advantage, and probably a violation of several treaties, so will stay secret forever - even if they’re just balsa
wood and foam flying drive in movie theater screens.
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