posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 12:40 AM
If you actually do some serious reading on the topic of UFOs, you come to realize that the reports that can even remotely be attributed to any kind of
plasma or electrical phemomenon are nowhere near the most interesting.
There are veritable LOADS of well-documented cases out there in which you have multiple witnesses describing things that essentially fit one of a few
well-defined patterns. One of the most common is a metallic, disc-shaped object, usually some tens of meters in diameter, flying low to the ground,
maybe a couple hundred feet up, sometimes rooftop level or even lower. People report that these things cruise along, sometimes stop and hover,
sometimes zip around at fantastic speeds, stopping and going on a dime with little or no acceleration/deceleration, making 90 degree turns without
slowing down, etc.
Other maneuvers described include what's commonly known as a "dead leaf" motion in which the disc glides back and forth, losing a little altitude
with each pass, like a leaf falling to the ground. This motion has also been described as looking "like a plate falling through water."
Frequently people say that the discs seem to wobble slightly while cruising or hovering, and sometimes that they appear to follow the contours of a
hilly landscape when they fly over it.
Most of the time, all of these maneuvers occur in complete silence.
These objects, described as displaying these same detailed characteristics, have been reported by thousands of people in all parts of the world since
the mid- to late-1940's. Most of these people don't just go home and tell their spouses and neighbors; they often take the time to contact the
police - sometimes even the military - and, in all seriousness, file an official report.
A few logical assumptions can follow from the mere existence of these reports. First of all, the vast majority of the people who make these official
reports must have seen something that they sincerely felt should be brought to the attention of the authorities. How many of you have taken the time
to drive to the local police station on a whim to file a phony report about anything? By all accounts, people who report UFO's are not, on the whole,
any different from any other randomly selected group of people; they are not, in other words, "attention seekers" or "kooks."
Secondly, I have to believe - simply by the law of averages - that at least some of these people, despite the fact that human perception is not
perfect, are accurately describing what they saw. In other words, an object like the ones described above was actually there to be seen, looking and
behaving pretty much like they said it did.
Any reasonable person, then, can logically conclude that what is being described is some kind of advanced technology, an object purposely constructed
by somebody. If the descriptions are accurate - and at least some of them must be - then what else could it be?
It could it be some super-advanced, human made, experimental military thing But if they are man-made, there are a few assumptions that logically
follow, none of which really make sense.
1. Some group or government had this technology (which at times seems to violate known physical laws) perfected more than 60 years ago, yet it has
never been acknowledged, nor has it been brandished in any war.
2. Whoever has this technology is not secretly testing it, as is typically done with experimental aircraft, but is rather boldly displaying it from
time to time in broad daylight before civilians for some unknown reason.
3. Governments, notably that of the US, have spend billions of dollars since the mid-20th Century on "state of the art" military aircraft (eg. the
U-2, SR-71, stealth aircraft, etc.) that, even before they were designed, were essentially obsolete.
If these UFO's, which undoubtedly do exist, are man-made, then the three statements above are true. Something to think about.
Get off YouTube. Read about UfO's.