posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 01:32 PM
reply to post by ObvTruth
My vote also goes to RC. These small craft are increasingly common and inexpensive, as well as very easy to fly. Miniaturization of electronics,
more sophisticated servos, and lighter composite materials in construction contribute to this increase.
And it's not just the retail market that is growing, The hobbyist has also been very busy. Those of you that have been around ATS for a while may
remember this guy:
He built this craft himself in his garage and then would fly it over theme parks, concerts, outdoor malls and other similar venues. Of course, he
eventually got caught (the practice was not only dangerous but very stupid) and the authorities were not too lenient in slapping him with some hefty
But here's the kicker: THE GUY ADMITTED THAT HE BUILT AND FLEW THIS CRAFT OVER CROWDED AREAS SPECIFICALLY TO FOOL PEOPLE INTO THINKING THEY WERE
SEEING A UFO!
Warning: always look at any such video with the eye of an unbiased investigator. Just because you might conclude that the film clip has not been
altered and is not CGI does not automatically mean that is was some UFO or even a black-ops aircraft.
Especially in these days when we have a bunch of misguided fools like the clown above who purposely are trying to decieve people or have some other
hidden agenda - and now, with YouBoob, the web, and small model craft fitted with powerful LEDs - the motivation for a few minutes of fame can be