Now we all know of the numerous NASA footage of UFO's from their space missions; not to mention probably the hundreds of film/photographs that have
been edited. For those of you who don't, take a quick look at this video:
So when this new breed of "space tourists" start making their flights (cost is estimated to be around $200 000, eventually lowering to around $20
000, and perhaps even lower in the future), are they going to be seeing the same kind of UFO's that NASA has been seeing for the last 50 years?
What I'm trying to get at here is, is space tourism going to be the new age of UFO's?
And by UFO's, I mean everything that goes with them; sightings, close encounters, government cover-ups, men in black, ect.
For those of you wondering what kind of regulations are set in place for spaceflight, any kind of spaceflight from US soil must be approved by the
Office of Commercial Space Transportation, which is a branch of the FAA, or US Federal Aviation Administration (This is the same administration that
receives the majority of UFO sightings, and is known to have itself shredded highly valuable UFO reports).
So what are some of your thoughts about this idea of the "New Age of UFO's"?
Space travel will not be achieved with the present technology.
Going to the Moon may have been a stretch.
Even with the so called Tesla free energy UFO the prospects are dim.
Space destinations makes losers more the poker players.
So the destination must be determined.
SETI might be helpful in this regard.
Where do we go and why.
Still the environment may not be healthy in any space craft.
Sitings could easily be written off as "space sickness", or rocket launch induced vertigo leading to contagious mass hallucinations....Maybe the ptb
can convince the ET's to, or have private companies, pay for ad space on some of the larger motherships....similar to this...
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