Here are a few points of interest that I would like to mention after having read the latest articles:
The purpose of the articles seems to be merely to put the subject in the mainstream and see what happens. The articles followed the standard silly and
outrageous UFO story template. Even worse, they were inaccurate and well overdue. The articles were not allowed to be published to provide any useful
information, but only to stir the controversy by giving attention to the topic.
Earthfiles, Coast to Coast, and many here at ATS have been following the story for what seems like a heck of a long time now, and it's hard to
believe (IMO) that all
of the evidence provided is fabricated, that all
of the witnesses are hoaxers, and that all
story's backers have been completely and utterly duped.
I personally think there's a program conducting top secret surveillance in the infra-red spectrum using technology that no normal person ever knew
existed. I don't believe it's alien's conducting the operation, but the government using exotic (possibly ET) technology.
This said, I actually believe some of the pictures are real and that many of the witness testimonies from Earthfiles are genuine. However one batch of
images (well done, however CGI) were thrown into the mix to render the entire story unbelievable. Disinfo as usual was tossed in the mix, and then the
facts and lies cancel each other out leaving people either feeling fooled or with more questions than ever.
Confusion is the key to every smoke screen. There is something going on here. Fox News and the LA Times both run a story (with one actually on the
front page) a year after the story breaks? They've had a year to not only get the story out but to get their story straight
So why then would this story be perpetuated with hemming and hawing, facts & lies, evidence and dis-info? Possibly these (or similar looking) craft
exist and will be allowed to fly in visible spectrum at some point in the future. Or maybe something more sinister will be revealed, and
this story and these craft are mere tools for building fear to a crescendo at some point in the years ahead.
Here are a few links that will expand further on my opinion. There first 2 are from Earthfiles and are parts 1 & 2 of Linda Moulton Howe's most
recent (March 21, 2008) story on the 'drones.'
Part 1: www.earthfiles.com...
Part 2: www.earthfiles.com...
Also, here are 2 pics posted on C2C which were photographed using and night scope equipped with an IR filter and attached to a Nikon D80 DSLR. The
images show craft floating above Santa Barbara, CA evidently in the infra-red spectrum (invisible to the naked eye).
True high resolution infra-red digital cameras are becoming more and more difficult to obtain. Why? Take this as an example, the Fujifilm IS-1. It's
a 9 megapixel digital still camera capable of taking high res images in the IR wavelength.
(however read the Important Notice
link on the page below
the camera's price - it's a PDF document) Good luck convincing FujiFilm that 'UFO Hunter' is a legitimate business purpose
by the way.
The IS-1 is used mostly by law enforcement in forensics and surveillance, however if you can buy a handgun, surely you can get a camera. So why make
it so difficult to take pictures in a wavelength other than that which is visible? Is there something that occasionally appears within that wavelength
that needs to remain secret?