posted on Sep, 16 2009 @ 02:11 PM
While I suppose it's possible, and I applaud your thought process, I have an issue with this line of reasoning...
Sure, top secret craft may account for many sightings, but the truly anomalous sightings are the ones we tend to focus on here. These are the cases
where Human technology can pretty much be ruled out, when examining the performance characteristics of the observed craft.
For example, in the Battle of Los Angeles, the object was tracked on Radar going faster than any human made plane could move, then the object came to
almost a complete stop, hovering over Culver City, to then drift slowly off out to see over Long Beach/Signal Hill.
Even today, human technology has yet to demonstrate a craft that can do all of this, and survive a severe AA bombardment from multiple batteries...
In this particular case, the US was involved in WW2 at the time, and surely all aircraft (even top secret craft) would have necessarily been employed
to win that war.
Often with Wars on Earth, humans get a glimpse into the 'cutting edge technology' of the era, since during war, we pull no punches...
Clearly, in a case like this, any human party with a craft like that would have been in a position to easily win the War, yet no country used such a
In our modern Wars, and our modern observances of UFOs, we find paralels. For example, UFOs have demonstrated the ability to hover unchallenged over
US Missile sites, and to de-activate armed nuclear warheads/launch systems.
If the US had a UAV with this technology, why wouldn't we have already used it in North Korea, Iran, Iraq, etc. It makes sense to turn off the bomb
yourself, as opposed to negotiating with the bomb-holder...
Likewise, (since such technology would make nuclear war nearly impossible) if another country had access to such a UAV, the United States would likely
not have any active missile sites at present, and the nuclear deterrent would cease to be...
So while I do applaud your thought process, and your idea, I doubt very much that such technology exists today, or is in active service, due to the
current world political climate.
I could well be wrong though!