posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 06:07 PM
I wish we could get more after all these years, WZN, but I'm afraid it'll be more of the same rigamarole for some time to come.
The typical response is that terms like "Bogey" and "UFO" merely facilitate radio communication between pilots (and astronauts) and their distant
earth-bound benefactors. Since those on the ground can not see what is visible through cockpit or porthole windows and because those that can have
not yet been able to identify what it is they are seeing, there must be some way to relay those facts quickly, clearly, and unambiguously to those on
Under the circumstances, I agree there may be, and probably is, much more to these transmissions than we have been led to believe. Unfortunately, I
think what we are hearing now is all we will ever hear about this subject and nothing more. The fact that such profound subsequent silence is by
design, speaks volumes, in my opinion, that there is something about them the pilots/astronauts and the ground crew are choosing not to tell us.
Maybe it was nothing. Maybe it was something...