posted on Oct, 29 2008 @ 09:53 AM
It amuses me that people think blinking or solid lights are some sort of indicator that a craft can't be alien in nature. OP indicates that
abductions are interesting (something I think 95% of are probably bunk), that crop circles are interesting (that I would think around 98.5% are bunk),
and yet LIGHTS.. something simple that helps you see where something is, is weird? I don't get it.
Let's say my ship is one of a few hundred that docks in Alien Mothership Gamma. Once inside, lights might be a great way to see where other ships
are, help in landing the thing, and in the vaccuum of space, where there are more dimensions to worry about crashing into something else, I don't
think having lights is far-fetched at all, no matter what species you are.
Of all the things that are questionable in UFO sightings, imo, lights are the least of the worries. It could be propulsion, it could be their way of
saying "Hi there!," it could be just guidance lights like we put on pretty much every vehicle we make, including the Shuttle. As far as their
agenda goes, we have no idea what that is at all. Their thought processes are obviously alien to us. They may not even care if we see them or not.
Heck, they could be here on a mission to track our planets atmosphere and other geological conditions, and could give a rip less about the life
populating it, who knows.