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AN RAF expert yesterday revealed how he tracked a whole fleet of “spaceships” on military radar — but the Ministry of Defence told him to keep quiet.
Wing Commander Alan Turner, 64, said colleagues sat stunned when 35 super-fast vessels appeared on their screens.
Originally posted by boaby_phet
if this post did not have the words "the sun" in it, i woudl have believed this strait off.
Originally posted by Interestinggg
In my opinion this and all the other expert testimony gives 100% proof of UFO's.
What more do you need than this these people are not wack jobs they are trusted respected people.
However although it proves the existence of something unexplained it doesn't prove exactly what it is.
That's the next step.
Originally posted by ArMaPIt looks to be the other way, that site has a link to the Sun news article.
Originally posted by spookjr
This sounds more like a large meteor breaking up in the atmosphere than a bunch of alien spacecraft. No speeds greater than 300mph?, that could be almost any military aircraft from any western country. Anyone that truly believes that this is 100% proof of ALIEN activity is just plain fooling themselves.
I did not saw any reference to this being a UFO Data Magazine article or that it was the source of the information.
Originally posted by skibtz
The article originates at UFO Data Magazine - the UFO Data site, under the News section, links to an article in The Sun.
If you do not want me to discuss this just say it, but if you want then do not change what I said.
And you many be right Armap - maybe we should wait until a mothership lands on the Whitehouse lawn.
Wrong, but unless we jump to conclusions based on what Wing Commander Alan Turner said, what he said doesn't change a thing.
No point in anyone anywhere posting any witness testimonies, sightings , photos, videos or the like until that happens right?
Originally posted by spookjrAnyone that truly believes that this is 100% proof of ALIEN activity is just plain fooling themselves.
It's always possible, but as he said:
Originally posted by welivefortheson
i suspect 300mph is a typo for 3000mph.
The only craft with that rate of climb were supersonic lightning aircraft but they wouldn’t have been able to hold such a perfect formation.
Originally posted by ArMaPI did not saw any reference to this being a UFO Data Magazine article or that it was the source of the information.
I never said that we should wait for a mother-ship to land on the White House lawn...having millions of people saying that they saw something that they do not know what it was does not get us closer to the truth, whatever it may be.
He did not said that they came from space, he did not said they were doing impossible manoeuvres, it said it defied all logic and was extraordinary, but he did not said why. As he did not made any conclusions based on what he saw, how can we make any conclusion?
I don't understand it. What is the source for that article, "The Sun" or "UFO Data Magazine"?
Originally posted by skibtz
I merely pointed out the source of the article.
They may be millions or even thousands of millions, if what they say does not clear any doubt the number of witnesses is irrelevant.
It may be the case that it will take millions of witness testimonies to find the elusive nuggets of fact that could help to expose any cover ups.
The article, when they call them "spaceships".
Who said they came from space?
That is true, but we should never forget that with flawed data we can only get flawed results (garbage in, garbage out), so we must make a thorough selection of the information we find to separate the wheat from the chaff, so we do not get "chaffed" conclusions.
What is important is that we collate and study all of the information in order to explain why our governments may have been lying to us.
I am always trying.