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Originally posted by sonicology
what are they going to say? "Yes, they exist. Yes, they've been abducting people for experiments. No, there's nothing our military can do about it - we're completely at their mercy. Try not to worry about it". Not very reassuring really is it?
"...about one month before the Chernobyl disaster I had a talk with an air traffic controller of the Kharkov airport. He told me that, according to pilots' reports, there was a rising number of UFO observations in the area of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station (ChNPS). Later it became known that on the night of the fire in the ChNPS, some 3 hours after the explosion, a team of nuclear specialists saw in the sky over the station a fiery ball of the color of brass. The witnesses estimated its diameter as 6-8 meters and its distance from the burning nuclear reactor No. 4 as some 300 meters. Just before the observation these specialists measured the level of radiation in the place where they were standing. It was measured at 3000 milliroentgens per hour. 'Suddenly two bright rays of crimson color extended from the ball to the reactor... This lasted for some 3 minutes... The rays abruptly faded and the ball slowly floated away in a north-westerly direction, towards Byelorussia. Then we again looked at our radiation monitor. It displayed only 800 milliroentgens per hour...'"
Just thought you'd like to know.
Former State Director,
Originally posted by Royal76
That could be plausable that the radiation would interfere with either their cloaking systems, or laser shields. I have ofter wondered if maybe all the radiation residue might have caused Roswell, etc.