posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 08:11 AM
Certainly is a lot of spouting off with absolutely no proof, as usual.
I have a couple friends that work for Lockheed, they are in IT, and not privy to secret aircraft knowledge, I doubt a bean counter is, sorry. I'm
fairly certain the budget doesn't go: "1 Secret Aircraft shaped like a Triangle: 1.2 trillion."
While some sightings, especially the ones in a bit out of the way places may well be "secret" aircraft, I don't believe many of them are.
Especially the ones that take place over populated areas. The military does NOT test these things out where they can be viewed, photographed, and
possibly crash, causing casualties and loss of security. And I also don't buy that we test our secret aircraft over other countries. That's just
asking to get your technology stolen. Yet many sightings occur over populated cities (and not just in the U.S.), and advanced looking craft appear in
countries that do not have advanced aircraft technology.
Nor do I believe that we have some of the technology witnessed. I don't think some of you realize how difficult it is to make a near-silent craft.
And the larger it is, the more difficult this task is. Yet we have witnesses who have seen very large crafts (often triangular, and not just
recently), that are completely silent, and can accelerate at crazy speeds. No, I don't think we can do this yet.
But to the OP: Not sure what your point is. Saying to people here that X% are terran, and X% are not is hardly rocket science nor unknown. You do
NOT know that these are aliens, you do not have proof. You are using your own special brand of math that says if x% are not ours, they MUST be
aliens! And while I personally agree that some are not from around these parts, that's a poor way to come to that conclusion.