I occasionally post when I find an interesting documentary on the web regarding UFO's.. Well, I found another, it is called Real Flying Saucers:
Stranger Than Fiction. Here is the site:www.uknova.com... I will review this when I download it, it looks very interesting from the
info on the site..
I dont know if that is the right file KRPANO, cos my file is 380 MB. I just watched the video and it is fantastic. It shows early sketches of
prototype UFO's, which look like what we see flying around today. It also interviews the men who created these saucers and gives some very good
All i dont get is, why after 60 years are we keeping these secret? Why wouldn't they be used as our new fighter aircraft/bombers or for civillian
transport? And why pump billions into rocket fueled space craft when/if we have these?
I'd have to see the files...but I've seen countless films of our saucer projects, as well as Soviet and German attempts also. There's even a few
patents, by companies such as Lockheed, etc.
However, none of them that I've seen ever got past the conceptual stages when it was determined that more conventional airframes could do the job
better, faster, and cheaper, so there you go. Can't wait to see the file though... If it's the footage I think it is...quite entertaining.
If we had craft capable of maneuvering like those UFOs in some of the videos from decades ago, we wouldn't be touting the Raptor, etc. as advanced
Yes, we and others tried numerous disc-like, saucer-like, etc. designs...but most of this was decades ago... Since the first mass sightings were in
the 40's!....this means we would have had MORE ADVANCED craft in operation PRIOR to all of these test vids, so why then build something worse than
what you have? Simple...we weren't the ones who built the ones seen in the 40's...
Yes, i think you are right Gazrok. I am also wondering why we continue to pour billions into f-22's, and euro fighters if we have such advanced
maneuvering aircraft capable of earthly and interstellar travel. Seems an awful lot of money to convince the public we are still making rocket
powered conventional aircraft. It would be cool though to see the U.S. unveil a new advanced aircraft like the f117. I sit and wait. Its like the next
video game console, how greater can the graphics be? I can't imagine it, like i can't imagine the design of the next aircrafts.
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