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That Unidentified Arial Phenomenon (UAP or UFO) Exist is indisputable. Credited with the ability to hover, land, take off, accelerate to astonishing velocities and vanish. They can reportedly alter their direction of flight suddenly and clearly can exhibit acrodynamic characteristics well beyond those of any known aircraft or missle - either manned or unmanned.
The Conditions for the initial formation and sustaining what apparently bouyant charged masses, which can form, seperate, merge, hover climp, dive, and accelerate are not completly understood.
Dependant on a colour's temprature and aerosol density, it may be seen visually, either by it self generated plasma color, by reflected light, or silhouette by light blockage and background contrast.
Occationally and perhaps exeptionally, it seems a field with, undetermined characteristics can exist between certain charged bouyant objects in loose formation, the intervening space between them forms an area, viewed as a shape, often Triangular, from which the reflection of light does not occur. This is a key finding in the attribution of what have frequently black "Craft", often triangular and up to hundreds of feet in length.
Originally posted by crimvelvet
reply to post by Dermo
Friends and I watched three fighter jets from Rome Air Force base NY being scrambled to chase one of those mothers all over the sky one evening, Quite entertaining especially the right angle turns and the sudden acceleration. I think the UFO enjoyed "playing " with the jets for a while before it lit out like a cat with it tail on fire.
Anyway I know they exist, I am just surprised a government would acknowledge the fact.
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Originally posted by karl 12
this U.K. Ministry of Defense Executive summary report into UFOs/OVNIs (made available by the Freedom of information act) makes for some very interesting reading.
Originally posted by IsaacKoi
I agree that the relevant report (i.e. the Condign Report) makes for some interesting reading, but just to avoid possible confusion I think it is worth noting that the relevant report was made available to the public on the British Ministry of Defence's website on 15 May 2006.
There is a thread about the report started here on ATS started on 14 May 2006 HERE.