posted on Apr, 4 2005 @ 04:12 PM
Well, given that the top secret government tech is often decades ahead of what we the public know about (remember how long the SR-71 was in use before
we even had an inkling of its existence?), this could posibly be a government craft utilizing new drive system technology.
The four bright lights on the underside don't look like most lights used on aircraft (in fact, I've only seen a few theatre lighting fixtures that
resemble the glow the lights on the aircraft give off, and never one that large). Given the patterns of reflection off of the moisture in the air (if
this was taken in Scotland at night, it's likely that it was either foggy, drizzling, or all out raining), they don't appear to be normal lights
Perhaps these lights are the drive systems themselves. Having done a little research on EM theory, this glow seems consistent with the glow that an
extremely high voltage EM system would give off (from the electrical arcs, covering a smooth surface). Perhaps it's also an anti-grav system as most
theory on anti-gravity does figure heavily on electromagnetics.
The clarity of the photograph suggests that the aircraft was moving very slowly, if at all. This rules out jet propulsion for the most part (unless
VTOL jet engines really have been perfected, and even then, the blue lights don't conform to known jet exhaust glows). So, if this is in fact a
vehicle of terrestrial origin, then it is using some publicly unknown propulsion technology. As I stated earlier, the government is often decades
ahead of publicly known technology, so this is a very real possibility.
Anyone have any specifics on EM or anti-grav technology that might be able to back up my speculation?