Ok, so when I was in college I took a random science class, astronomy. It was interesting to learn that there are billions of galaxies out there and
the universe is very old. Our understanding of science, the Earth and the universe is in a very early stage. We are kidding ourselves if we think that
we are alone in the universe. Let me put it this way, if I were conducting an experiment I sure wouldn't want those guys in white lab coats messing
up my experiment. So, just think of this planet and it's inhabitants as a great big experiment...and the other's observing it don't want to mess
things up. Not that we don't do that all by ourselves! Heh, heh...
I would have to ask what telescope?
Then I would ask how it managed to track something at that magnification it’s hard to do armature wise. So is this a professional setup?
Oh dear questions questions questions
Who knows what the hell half of those images were?
I checked out a link on the same page about a UFO filmed by a guy with (probably) his son. An airplane fly's past it 3/4s in as it passes behind a
telegraph pole. No idea what it is. Seems to be moving slightly too fast for a balloon and in a straight line.
check it out here.
The interesting thing to me is, helicopter or not, it's the human reaction. Not running into streets to loot shops and scream in panic
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