posted on Jun, 23 2007 @ 05:59 AM
Hmm, judging by some of the prosaic explanations offered, it doesn't look like the 2 dozen reports of green lights flying about in the region has
been taken into consideration.
My guess is that each of these NUFORC
reports represent 1000 witnesses. But for the sake
of argument, let's say each 11/28/06 sighting represents only 100 witnesses. That's (bare minimum) 2,500 people in 5 states who saw green lights
flying around in broad daylight, on the same day, at the same time
of day, of the alleged crash. That's too coincidental for me.
The question of the EMP not affecting the plane: electronics can be hardened/insulated against EMP, so it isn't surprising to me that the plane
wasn't affected while the automobile and cell was. It's important to consider, however, that we're not talking about typical EMP. The effect
typically associated with UFOs is temporary (as in this case), whereas "conventional" EMP permanently fries electronics. I think this element of the
report is really interesting. As a matter of fact, I think the whole thing is the real deal.
This is the first time I've heard about this. Please share if you dig up any more info.
edit to add: When I submitted my report to NUFORC, the next day I realized it was riddled with typos because I was so excited, despite being a
proofreader of 20 years. There was nothing egregious about the GA report under the circumstances. That criticism is weak.
[edit on 6/23/2007 by yuefo]