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Originally posted by WISHADOW
So now it's ok after all these years to come out and fly around for speculation. How many more photos of UFOs do we need? If there being invented here on earth let's see them up close and personal. If their coming from extraterrestrials then they cannot hide forever. In fact someone's bound to kill or capture one. We have the ability to network together far greater than Al Qaeda could ever be. The world is going to be introduced to the answer to life as we know it. Not even a nuclear warhead at the raise of an arm can stop it. Nothing will stand in its way.
Originally posted by DataWraith
I've seen Chinooks flying over my house and they certainly do not fly in that formation, they fly in a line with a lot of space between them, 2 rotors are wide and they need a lot of gap otherwise they'd collide.
Originally posted by noangels
What I find interesting is that people on the street were craning their necks to look in that direction!Perhaps those objects had just flown over and they were looking back to see them?
Originally posted by drummerboyG
Errm, the Red Arrows, are actually RED. The clue is in the name.
And for any aircraft to be practising in the same airspace as Docklands and Heathrow? Don't think so.
Originally posted by arizonascott
How someone gets birds, lamp pole pixel distortion, or planes is beyond me.
It doesn't really matter what altitude these objects are at.
The only thing that matters is that it is a decent daytime image, and in that image you can "CLEARLY" see multiple metal spherical objects.
No wings, no tails, no pixel squares or obvious distortion.
They are spheres and all uniform in appearance.
Lets just drop the lame swamp gas excuses and demand to know what these things are that are buzzing around all over the world, and in some areas of so-called secure air space I might add.