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what percentage of UFO's are MAN MADE

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posted on Feb, 28 2007 @ 10:51 PM
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i know that ufo's are a big topic here and i have no doubt at all that they exist, i just wonder the true inhabitors of the various unidentified craft

yes there are many millions or stars in the universe and yes it may be possible for some to travel i even suspect that these et's if they do exist may be multi dimensional or simpy reside in other dimension's (vibrational frequency's) but i need concret evidence to really beleive, but i digress

what percent of UFO reporting are simply black ops, or misdirection ,misinformation basically what percent do you think is manmade?

i would say 100




posted on Mar, 1 2007 @ 12:24 AM
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Even if aliens are real, it's likely that the vast majority of UFOs are manmade, or else stars/meteors/asteroids/planets or other celestial bodies. I'd say that at a minimum, 99% of UFOs are not aliens, but either manmade or normal astronomical/atmospheric phenomena.



posted on Mar, 1 2007 @ 10:31 AM
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i think it is funny that we seem conditioned to associate ufo's with aliens when at least the majority are militiary black ops



posted on Mar, 1 2007 @ 11:43 AM
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14.3275%

I calculated it with magic



posted on Mar, 1 2007 @ 11:50 AM
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Great question, I wonder about it too. Though I have found the study of older pictures and filmed sightings to help eliminate a good chunk of both hoaxes and possible blk-ops flying gizmos.

When they are travelling along at thousands of miles/pr/hr and zig-zagging below the clouds I have more interest learning more about the film's photographer as well as the where and when.. was there any sound, other witnesses and stuff, etc..

These days there so many unidentified Flying Hoaxes (UFH) appearing on video clips here and there, it's hard to even consider percentages of what's Blk-Ops v. what may be a true UFO. But there are clues.

Dallas



posted on Mar, 1 2007 @ 12:01 PM
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Originally posted by Mushroom Fields Forever
14.3275%

I calculated it with magic


14.3275% is right! I used the same magic.



posted on Mar, 1 2007 @ 12:07 PM
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seriously, if the ancient accounts of flying craft are true, then I would say under 50%

www.dudeman.net...

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posted on Mar, 1 2007 @ 12:49 PM
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I would think that before an aerial sighting could be declared possibly 'extraterrestrial' in nature, it would have to satisfy several criterion.

1. There should not be a terrestrial craft of similar shape, size, construction or characteristics in existence (at the time of the sighting).
2. It should exhibit flight characteristics that are known to be not possible by terrestrial craft, manned or unmanned. These characteristics should be distinguishable from optical effects, such as camera movement. (iow, you move a camera focused on a light and the light tracings seem to fly around in impossible loops), or optical illusion.
3. It should be clearly visible as a 'craft' and not an optical illusion.
4. It should be sighted within 500 feet of the observer or closer (the classic Hynek CE-I event)

en.wikipedia.org...

5. There should be at least two reliable witnesses, interviewed separately that give a consistent account. Ideally there should be photographic or filmed evidence. The witnesses should have more than an ordinary interest in ET, UFOs, or paranormal subjects; ideally they should be skeptics.

Ideally the event would be a classic CE-II, in which there are ground traces, or the craft seen on the ground, photographed and traces recorded scientifically.

Anything that is further away than 500 feet, or consisting solely of lights in the sky or distant daylight discs would be concluded as at best, simply 'unknown'.

In addition the sighting of such craft that may be deemed as 'non-terrestrial' would not necessarily be associated with aliens until proven otherwise - ideally by visualization of occupants.

Bear in mind that with current technology it would be possible, with sufficient funding to fake all of this, even to a live observer. So even though these characteristics might be seen, it would still not be classified as 'proof positive'.

(obviously there are other things to look out for, but this is a start)

Hope this is of interest.


[edit on 1-3-2007 by Badge01]



posted on Mar, 1 2007 @ 10:38 PM
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i know this is a rather radical question but say the ancients had carefully guarded technology for flying themselves and that is just very secretive and that ancient paintings were merely humans. i know i know but i have seen more than one older picture (1000) or so years ago that showed human looking people in a craft flying thru the sky.

history is hijacked it is just at different times in history the elite's release certain technologies to the public, even though they have had them for along time. not saying this is a fact, just a possibility



posted on Mar, 2 2007 @ 12:01 AM
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From what I have heard in the past, 80-90% of any solid Craft out there would be out of Lockeed or similar organisation.
Other orbs like object are most likely to be of Extraterrestrial origin.



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