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Originally posted by 0nce 0nce
Helllooooo, McFLY!, you are in a UFO forum, discussing a fake UFO, which could possibly start of a UFO religion/cult if it fools enough people.
If you seriously couldn't make that connection yourself then.... WOW..... really.... WOW........plumbeus
[edit on 12-6-2009 by 0nce 0nce]
Originally posted by Arbitrageur I never saw any Auroras or FB-22s fly overhead like the common jets, so I can't make a personal confirmation of this sound reduction, but if somebody else has maybe they can confirm if my guess is correct that they are not as loud, and maybe even quiet enough to not be heard in a thunderstorm, especially if only using a fraction of maximum power.
Rather than using the F-22's Pratt & Whitney F119 engines, the FB-22 is likely to have either the new F135, which was developed from the F119 to power the new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, or the rival General Electric F136. In either event, the FB-22 would have greater speed than the B-1B, the fastest US bomber.
Originally posted by peacejet
The photos are perfect. Best evidence of aliens visiting us. A flag for this thread.
Originally posted by PINDARFOX12Compared to most of the fuzzy hazey bs i see most of the time.with the technology today in home cameras youd think ppl would clearer pix.
but this one is fairly vivid. it does look an awful like a stealth type aircraft
Originally posted by zorgon
What if the UFO (or stealth plane) uses electromagnetic radiation to create a plasma shield around itself? You would need such a field to negate gravity.
Originally posted by refuse_orders
Those doubting the fact that this looks like a stealth aircraft obviously have no idea how stealth works...
Check out this...
Highly stealth aircraft like the F-117 Nighthawk and B-2 Spirit are aerodynamically unstable in all three axes and require constant flight corrections from a fly-by-wire system to maintain controlled flight. (snip)... in the pursuit of increased maneuverability, most 4th and 5th-generation fighter aircraft have been designed with some degree of inherent instability that must be controlled by fly-by-wire computers