posted on May, 1 2008 @ 12:37 PM
Originally posted by CaptnCrunch
I have a few thoughts about this episode.
So far, off to a good start.
Does it bother anyone else that the "old man" character/UFO Hunter blinks his eyes like 30 times a minute!!??
By old man, you are of course referring to Bill Birnes. It's a neurological disorder. Geez, give the guy a break.
Are these pilots retarded? They don't look *that* different.
Probably not. They were considering all possibilities. The A12 was mentioned because it was one of several black projects being tested in that area
and around that time. In that context, they were merely considering that what they were seeing might have been another such secret project.
Finally, trying to prove a UFO was over an airforce base 45 years ago is ridiculous. -SNIP-
Yes, they had radar data, audio of control tower communications, multiple eye witness testimonies, simultaneous visual contact AND radar contact...
I know we all want hard irrefutable evidence (i.e., alien landing in our living rooms), but it ain't gonna happen. The type of evidence they
provided IS the best kind of evidence, aside from the government saving all of us time by just handing over all of their evidence. I agree, it is
frustrating. And lastly, regarding the conversation between the controller and the pilot about radar information, it appears you may have
misunderstood what was happening there. The controller was saying "he's still low", referring to the pilot. The objects
climbing, above 40,000 and 45,000 feet.
The pilot and others were confused about this because 40,000 feet is relatively high. The objects were higher and continuing to climb.
That said, this show is flawed just like any other investigative UFO show is. And yes, they throw in cliff hangers and teasers. That's what
television producers do in an attempt keep viewers interested and from switching channels. An art as old as television itself. If that's what they
have to do to keep the show going, then that's fine by me. Anything that creates more awareness on this topic is a positive thing.