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BREAKING NEWS: Military Offers Explanation For Stephenville UFO Reports

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posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 11:51 AM
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Interestingly enough, The History Channel just advertised the new UFO Hunters show on Fox News. That is out of the ordinary to me, has to be because of the UFO buzz they have been covering since the Texas incident.




posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 11:57 AM
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I believe that this latest statement from our military only further strengthens the witness testimonies.

They have admitted to F-16's flying thru the area which most witnesses clearly and accurately said were there.

This CAN ONLY mean that the other thing that the witnesses claim was flying thru Stephensville was indeed there and was not military in origin, as far as they could best ascertain.

So I state again, the witnesses clearly identified the F-16's as such, which must mean that there was clearly another huge craft there.

I think it's pretty fair to say that no one here is buying the Military's latest cover-up story.

So can anyone verify from which base these F-16's departed from?(someone mentioned a base in Fort Worth)

An once we've determined this, can we track down anyone who may live near there who can verify whether 10 fighter jets were heard or seen flying in and out of there?

And why would the military say they sent 10 jets out? Do they really think that anyone would believe that? Why not just say they sent out 2 jets that night?

I think they want us to know that there was something out there, but they just can't freely admit it.

[edit on 24-1-2008 by PhotonEffect]



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 12:14 PM
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That's interesting. Maybe their intent all along as with Roswell and other important incidents is to let the word out to those in the world that are involved in the UFO/alien agenda. The rest of us in the world are discredited. Just my thoughts.

Speculation - Also the light shows that are seen very often seem to be precursers to UFO sightings. So maybe these orb/light shows are just their means of entering the atmosphere without coming in like a fireball. The light show distracts people so the craft(s) can also make their way away from the attraction and descend below radar(treetop level) and wait.

The airforce comes in to escort the main craft to a designated location.

[edit on 24-1-2008 by TamtammyMacx]

[edit on 24-1-2008 by TamtammyMacx]



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 12:16 PM
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Originally posted by PhotonEffect
I believe that this latest statement from our military only further strengthens the witness testimonies.

They have admitted to F-16's flying thru the area which most witnesses clearly and accurately said were there.

This CAN ONLY mean that the other thing that the witnesses claim was flying thru Stephensville was indeed there and was not military in origin, that they could best ascertain.

So I state again, the witnesses clearly identified the F-16's as such, which must mean that there was clearly another huge craft there.

I think it's pretty fair to say that no one here is buying the Military's latest cover-up story.

So can anyone verify from which base these F-16's departed from?(someone mentioned a base in Fort Worth)

An once we've determined this, can we track down anyone who may live near there who can verify whether 10 fighter jets were heard or seen flying in and out of there?

And why would the military say they sent 10 jets out? Do they really think that anyone would believe that? Why not just say they sent out 2 jets that night?

I think they want us to know that there was something out there, but they just can't freely admit it.



[edit on 24-1-2008 by PhotonEffect]


I think the air force is pretty dumb to say that cause if i was the leader of another country and i heard the air force did this as testing, i'd be ready to ASK what the hell is going on or even prepare...this stuff is not funny when it comes to war and politics...this may even lead to a panic to millions in the world...i dunno but it's not cool



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 12:20 PM
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Originally posted by Valhall
Please be sure and view the video on the right side.
cbs11tv.com...

 



Ever been to a laser light show?

What's being shown in that video, IMHO, is not a craft of any kind, but a projected "light show."

Like I said before, the only "UFO" in this incident was the big one, probably Black Ops military, and everything else witnessed that night, besides the F16 tracking jets, were projected images.

In the words of the OP, (on another thread) in his opinion, such subjects as "Blue Beam" tech are "flap doodle."

I'm not really privy to the motivations of MUFON, having only been made aware of their existence through my participation with ATS, but it concerns me when a representative of their organization dismisses out-of-hand one possible explanation for the subject of their investigations.

And then photos taken from the video are likewise dismissed as "unremarkable."

Consider:

1) The military; this sudden change of story only serves to reinforce one's opinion that there was something of interest in the skies over Stephenville.

2) Add to the mix; the bought-and-paid-for MSM, (who only report what serves their five corporate master's selfish interests) now seemingly giving more credence to these events, and then toeing the line and parroting the military's "explanation."

3) A representative of MUFON showing bias against a possible explanation for the events they investigate.

4) MUFON dismissing photos of an unexplainable event as "unremarkable."

It's my opinion, the government isn't the only one trafficking in disinformation.

And I also think, we're being spoon-fed what the PTB want us to think.

I believe there IS evidence of ETs, but it's not in the form of light shows and spectacle over Stephenville, Texas, in a US Air Force training ground.





[edit on 24-1-2008 by goosdawg]



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 12:26 PM
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I can almost throw this in here at this point....I feel this is going to drop off the map in 30 days just as the Chicago airport sighting. I have accepted that our government is never going to just trow up information. As I have read time and time again on this site. A U.F.O. will have to land on the whitehouse lawn or attack the U.S. in a devastating way for our government to give us any information. I was listening to 630 WMAL here in D.C. a couple days ago and a caller got on the line and Ask Chris Core the host why hasn't anyone ask the presidential hopefuls to be "when are we going to be give any information on dis-closure". Chris Core just laughed at the guy wouldn't even say any thing and cut him off? It's clear that this subject is not going to be talked about untill forced to be. And at that point something will happen that will assure that the people will still "need" it's government to protect them. It might be sad that all along maybe we needed them to protect us from our own government and thats what this is all about?



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 12:34 PM
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They all U.F.O in Texas is not only a F-16 AirForce know it.Is not possible all thi people they see ilumination, fighterjets etc.



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 12:39 PM
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Hello. Every witness for this happening say that they did not hear any noise/sound from these lights. Then they also state that they see fighter planes to chase these lights. Was those planes that chase the lights also silent? If no sound came from those chasing planes then why would there be sound from other planes that military informed was training in there.

The video that show light trace messing around.. bad frame rate on the recorder? it does not really show anything else but a extremely bright light source.

Personally i think that once again we will never know the truth.. Hopefully i am wrong.



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 12:50 PM
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People want to know because deep down everyone has an underlying need to know the universe isnt dead.



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 12:57 PM
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Not that we need to know, that we underneath deep down inside KNOW their is other life, By sheer Probability there is, Look at earth, each day and month an year man was here we found more and more forms of life, an we still are finding more different an unique forms of life,

Why would this be ANY different for space? When All the elements AN THEN SOME that make up earth and us and life here also exsist everywhere outwards from earth,

Its like lookin at ice and saying Nope its too cold here for life, move on We couldnt live here.

Life is everywhere, Plain and simple, and Normaly the most simple answer is the truth.



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 01:00 PM
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You are absolutely right. But human beings are stupidly visual creatures. We tend to blindly follow while we clearly see danger ahead. It bothers me that more people dont demand disclosure because of this sort of thing.



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 01:11 PM
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Mass paranoia on a major level with alchohol in their system supposedly, ohh they are a bunch of bible pushers also so this would just totally disregard even them.


(LMAO)


If you are allowed to see a craft it was (intentional) especially if it's in an open area. Now discrete locations in deserts and others things are two different things entirely.



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 01:12 PM
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heh they demand it
believe me but the problem is they just demand it, No action is taken really afterwards,

Like someone demanding they have a sandwich without wanting to go thru the action of making that sandwich.

Not untill these Pissed off ETs realize their efforts are not working with our retarded multi-media brainwashing, and come down here and get on the News themselves, lol Im serious this is prolly what will happen before our own people tell us theyre real.

Sad But True. Guberments just have too much to gain and too much to loose if this became public, their Edge woulf be gone, or their Lack there of on the matter would be publicly known and their people who feared them would further demand action to rehabillatate them or ignore them completely.



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 01:37 PM
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The explanation is laughable. fighter jet engines make so much noise they cannot be confused as anything else. military is trying to pull something over everyones eyes but in this case its not going to work. I will not say what was seen was a alien space craft, but it would not surprise me if it was a secret craft and it was seen.



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 01:39 PM
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The thing is this...

The UFO community is being contained to the internet. And anything major going on in the UFO world is discussed primarily on the web and is therefore not considered viable to the rest of the populace, IMHO.

When an UFO incident creates enough of a buzz that the mass media picks up on it, we see that it is almost never taken seriously. And interestingly enough the Military is always involved.

Fact is, the majority of the populace doesn't care enough for there to be disclosure because it's not taken seriously enough by the mass media, it's laughed at, etc... We're made to look silly...

That new show UFO Hunters, is debuting on none other than the Sci-fi channel...go figure...



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 01:51 PM
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This is BS folks. Once again the Air Force won't tell us what's really going on. I've emailed the 301st Wing several times now and no response. I guess I'll have to call them. No one believes them anymore. Too bad they'll get away with it once again though...



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 01:54 PM
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Judging by the drawing of the craft, all I can say is that 'they' design space-craft in the exact same way as what 'we' (as in Earthlings) probably would.

By that I mean: A fashionable grey colour, perfectly spaced exhausts (if that's what they were), a sinlge moulded skin, and an ability to remain a stealth-like quiet.

Although this sighting is scary, one positive is that it shows that our advances in aircraft technology are heading in the right direction.



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 01:59 PM
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You make a good point Gunter. If it was ours, then I can understand them not wanting to talk about it. But then again, why fly it any where near a town, even a small town? Why not test fly it out west in the desert where no one would see and report it? I just don't get it.

Also, check this out. It's a good read.

www.ufocasebook.com...




posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 02:09 PM
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Originally posted by ufo reality
You make a good point Gunter. If it was ours, then I can understand them not wanting to talk about it. But then again, why fly it any where near a town, even a small town? Why not test fly it out west in the desert where no one would see and report it? I just don't get it.

Also, check this out. It's a good read.

www.ufocasebook.com...



I think this craft and the one seen in Pheonix in 1997 are one in the same, just going off of descriptions and size it seems very likely. Also witnessess of both sightings put the craft on courses that would have had them heading in the general directon of area 51. Remember hearing about the huge expansion the runway at area 51 got some years ago??? To me it all fits. As for the times it was in open veiw of the public, my best guess is that a craft of that size is probably being used for space based missions and sometimes there reentries aren't always optimal due to weather conditions or other factors. Lots of speculation their but it all seems to fit together nicely IMO.



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 02:13 PM
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I just hope something comes from this as it reminds me of the Chicago O'Hare incident. That had a similar amount of buzz in the media yet its completely forgotten now.

We need more incidents like this for it to become public knowledge - and they'll eventually those in power will start to make decisions based on their reaction. Internet forums and message boards won't change their minds at all.

It's interesting, personally for me. Although this sounds like a sensational exciting piece of information, I am remaining somewhat sceptical in regards to its potential impact.



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