Originally posted by mikesingh
Well, I personally feel that this is nothing to do with ALIEN UFOs. After all...
I have to agree mike, but there may be other possibilities;
> With technology eons ahead of ours, why would they be indulging in dog fights within the visible spectrum?
quite, but I did mention arrogance. Indulge me here; imagine one of the antagonists decides to simply flaunt itself, and again here we are dealing
(possibly) with alien logic, in front of a watching public, ie. us. Their opponents react in an equally open way and simply obliterate the offending
craft from the skies. Would a lesson be learned by those who owned the destroyed craft? Who knows.
Also, we're assuming they knew
they were visible. Again that opens up whole new scenarios. What if the "fight" is three way? Us and an
extraterrestial ally against another, off world power. Maybe the US/West have tech that allows jamming of the so-called "cloaking device". We expose
them, our allies take them out.
> Why so close to earth? There are a gazillion cubic miles out there in space for tactical maneuvering.
Absolutely, but again, if all of these "intergalactic struggle for the planet Earth by the Greys, Nordics, etc." has even the modicum
truth to it, then this video may well be footage taken in the field of operations. And who's to know that the downed craft wasn't damaged in orbit,
then tried to seek refuge on the surface? Could also go to explaining why it was visible.
> How does a UFO with such advanced technology collide with another UFO? (I would think they at least had the standard Collision Avoidance Radar on
If it was a collision. I am assuming
we will be watching an aggressive act, when we finally get to see it.
> Does it mean Earth Vs Alien dog fight? Unlikely! The technology chasm is probably beyond comprehension. We would not stand a chance! And therefore
not so foolish as to get involved in an engagement!
Very true. It would be foolhardy to take on an enemy far more powerful than us. Except, nobody told David that when he was loading up his sling to
take on Goliath
If we do have recovered alien tech, and assuming it did dissappear into the depths of the military industry, would it not make sense, considering we
a warlike species, that we turned what could have been perfectly harmless technology into something far more deadly.
We are incredibly inventive and persistant when it comes to survival, after all.
I therefore feel that this was some kind of an exercise by black ops craft undergoing trials for the SDI project.
Indeed, it could well be that. But, I've never understood why the military would expose their latest, incredibly high tech equipment in such
developed areas. And why Israel, when there are vast tracts of unpopulated land all over the world?
Of course, all we are doing is surmising and voicing possibilities. And that's even before we see the darn vid!
I think that allowing our imaginations to seek out all possible scenarios is a healthy thing, as long as we remain logical. It can help us to cope
with the unexpected, and maybe give us an advantage.