posted on Aug, 9 2011 @ 05:57 AM
reply to post by AzazeI
Unfortunately for us, unless these people witness it firsthand they will always dismiss it. Such hard work looking at the sky for a few hours isn’t
reply to post by Droogie
I appreciate you referring me to that thread, however, I already have it bookmarked on my Tablet PC. I have many different references I use for
identifying objects while star gazing, though that thread is probably the least useful to me, personally.
Satellites can indeed be easily misinterpreted as something else, however satellites maintain a consistent flight path and do not disappear then
reappear some ten plus miles behind the flight path they just took and start heading in the opposite direction. You know as well as i do, that’s not
Many of my friends witness this type of activity with me. We spend hours trying to conjure solutions but to no avail. From theories of chemical
reactions in the skies to military aircraft these objects have us stumped. Even our Oxford University graduate in Chemistry can’t explain any
chemical reaction that would cause this type of sighting or illusion. (This annoys him some what, hehe.)
Please, keep the theories coming though as any answer is a possible solution!
reply to post by Ray1850
If you have nothing to add to the conversation than insults, I suggest you leave us "nut jobs" to it and stop trolling.