Thanx for that great post Internos.
It has the ussual quality we learned to trust from you.
We must consider that unidentified objects of large sizes comparable to what we normaly operate could be utilizing small signatures to be captured by
our own radar. This time it was pilots visual recongition that was estimating the true size of the object. If no airplane was crossing the same
altitude and space as that puzzling object did we wouldn't be discussing in this thread today. This can make me think that more objects of that size
may be traversing through our skies that we may realize.
According to our proportions and manners of building any kind of contraptions, objects with above a certain limit of size tend to have numerous
features extending out of a normal streamline, which would be much more simplistic in smaller models, it does not happen in larger ones. Try to think
a small frigate streamline against the more complicated silhouete an aircraft carrier for example. The shape of the Unidentifying object in question
in a certain illustration, if it follows an accurate visual testimony, shows some diffusion. There would be a possibility that big unidentified
contraptions like that could follow similar patterns like our contraptions do. In order for aspects of their technology to be concealed they could be
using a kind of shape diffusion that would present a simpler more streamlined shape instead of visible discernable features that would reveal some
philosophies of their technology.
The fact that gigantic contraptions like that would roam freely around out atmosphere at least brieffly, must make us wonder that if more advanced
technologies can roam freely in our airspace, then whoever operates them why are they not making any kind of claims uppon us? We should contrast this
kind of attitude at least from certain cases against our own attitudes and realize that there might be a tottaly different game out there, with a
different set of rules and habits than the one we have been accustomed to follow here.
The simple question that asks, why since they seem more powerfull do not make a move against us, might be the primary reason of why the skeptics do
not believe stories about UFOs.
Maybe politics among interstelar civilizations require much more complicated
procedures and maybe do not worth the effort of someone making a move against an technologicaly inferior civilization. Yet there is the aspect of the
visitation itself that argues against our presumed insignificancy.
There we are puzzled by the concept of a spiritual/cultural evolution versus a technological one. We don't really know which one is more important
than the other.
Visitations of unidentifying flying objects generate numerous valid questions about them and about ourselves and our place in this universe.
Denying the phenomenon of visitation won't make us understand in what kind of universe we currently live in.