It's very nice that you feel that every single encounter with everything ever can be described by the activities of Lockheed around Groom
Lake, but that's less likely than the idea that aliens are here.
Viendin - Do you honostely think that Lockhead and Northrop Grumman were not in anyway responsible for UFO sightings. I have pictures on this
post to show you that there are some amazing aircraft that can do some amazing things, like hit mach 6! I could post links to their test flights at
Edwards and rumored Groom Lake. I believe several ranks in the military have come out to say the SR-71 and F-117 were tested at Groom Lake.
Actually, I didn't say that they had nothing to do with UFOs, I said they couldn't be just called as an excuse for every single event with an
unidentified flying object ever recorded. I'm saying that sure, a lot of people could have mistaken these as UFOs, but then there's a lot more cases
where people saw things that weren't these.
This, and your general approach to the subject matter, are the basis for my claims that you are mocking the subject matter and are attempting to
discredit the entire phenomena. Had you written a post about how many famous UFO sightings were actually explainable by these, then no one would have
called you down. Instead, you made fun of the phenomena of UFOs in general, and the people who have seen them, and that's why this was dropped to the
Project Blue Book existed to leave and undefinite conclusion as to what they were so that all the nut cases could continue to see "alien" UFO's
and not "Lockheed's" UFO's.
This doesn't seem to explain declassified internal memos talking about how the anomalies investigated by Project Blue Book and its predecessors were
unknown and were very real and needed to be investigated, nor does it explain the reaction of superiors in the military (again through declassified
memos) to suppress the UFO phenomena, and to cut the data down so it was less of an issue, and again, years later, the memos outlining the fact that
there was still something up there even with the discrediting and ignoring they'd done.
Project Blue Book did not (until it was much later declassified) claim that UFOs were here for real - it minimalised the phenomena and said that any
unexplainable encounters were able to be written off as coincidence or unknown atmostpheric phenomena. Later, when the internal report was
declassified, it was realised that the number of 2% unexplained cases was much closer to about 6%, and that there was literally no explanation for
these. That something was there and that they did not know what it was.
If UFOs are really nothing but our own craft, why have 3 presidents not been allowed to know? Why have they not been told the truth, or even better,
lied to? When asked, they (Hoover, Truman, and Clinton) were all told that it is classified and that it cannot be known. Hoover was the head of the
FBI, and it was too classified for him to know.
That suggests something, more than it suggests nothing. I, at least, am partially interested in finding out what the hell we've been seeing for over
5,000 years. Obviously, you're not. I'm fine with that, as long as you don't take my interest and laugh at it.