posted on Nov, 21 2007 @ 01:33 AM
Nice Vidro Blackburn,
I have been pretty outspoken here on ATS about technology and what is or may be available.
I have said it over and over again, that the general public has no idea what technologies are available to the military! Yes, I am a skeptic of
aliens, but that's not the point here. I want to believe but there is nothing that suggests this is alien at all. I was part of a test and
evaluation squadron for the Navy at Pt. Mugu and China Lake and can tell you for sure that there is technology out there that makes what this video
This is a very terrestrial aircraft, and it is a UFO by definition, but it is very human in origin! As to the how and why, that's left to the super
freak scientists and physicists, but alas it is not alien.
Don't get me wrong, it is fantastic, but it's just not doing anything crazy enough to warrant even the slightest hint of out of this world
technology. No sound, so what...alreadt have this technology, just depends on what propulsion you are talking about. Huge shape, again...what's the
big deal...and just exactly how do we know its size anyway to be sure??
Blackburn, you are a great videographer, but would you say that you are expert in aviation or even aircraft recognition?? The lights indicate a very,
very terrestrial configuration as well.
These are my opinions and again, I really do appreciate the talent of the photographer/videographer, but so far it's just another very cool aircraft
video to me.
Peace and I assume I am going to get slammed here, but I believe in taking the more sensible approach rather than a quantum leap is all. I know that
most of you want to believe too, we just have to be careful that we are not knee jerking to every aircraft sighting that we don't understand right