posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 11:03 AM
I think it's fairly simple really. Was the rancher telling the truth, and was his account accurate? No one is going to make me believe we have any
technology that can do what that craft did. Also, there is absolutely NO way that the military would be testing aircraft over our cities! The entire
idea of that is laughable. We'd test what would have to be the most advanced technology on several fronts over public land? We have never done that
with our other jets, why in the world would we do that with something so new, advanced, and powerful? Gee, let's crash this over a town so we can
divulge all of our secrets! No, just.. no. It makes absolutely no sense on any level. The military does not do this. There is no way that I'd
also buy the fact that in what is actually a very static, tracable pattern of military aircraft upgrades over the years, that we'd jump to that
technology that quickly. That would be like neolithic cave dwelling men inventing a corvette and successfully driving it around.
So the matter is: is the rancher telling the truth? If so, it's fairly obvious that this is not from around these parts. Simple as that. There is
no wiggle room here. This is why a case like this is so important.
And as far as disclosure goes, I am not expecting anything at all. They will do with this, as they have done with all the previous more credible
sightings. They ignore it. That is, outwardly, they ignore it, I'm sure they are doing quite a bit behind the scenes to learn more about this.
It's easy to play dumb when that's all they have done in the past. Silence is not proof, because it's a given they remain silent, not only in the
face of a credible sighting, but also in the face of ridicule. They have adopted a flippant attitude of a child plugging his ears and going
"lalalaa!', so that's what everyone is used to.
So I do not expect any disclosure. I expect the rote "we had jets in the air that day," and that's it. It's clear from the investigation, that
they receieved those answers already. Nothing to report, nothing to say, have a nice day.