posted on Dec, 14 2011 @ 06:28 PM
This is something I have been advocating for some time now. In my opinion, there are just too many objects and phenomena that fly or occur in the sky
for your average "witness" to know about, therefore what is a UFO to them, will be an IFO to someone else.
I have mentioned before that the ONLY way to say that something is truly a UFO is to compare the time and location of the sighting with every single
flightplan, military and civilian, as well as missile launch, rocket launches, military, civilian, and government, as well as all chinese lantern
launches, balloon launches, et cetera.
It just cannot be done. Especially considering any classified aircraft or "in the sky" phenomena that may be taking place. This isn't even
considering the number of atmospheric conditions that can cause visuals that will trick just about anyone who isn't well-versed in the particular
Because this is will always be the case, the ONLY way UFO's can be proven to be alien in origin, is to have one either land and announce their
existence, or crash in a densely populated area with hundreds of eyewitnesses, who just happen to take video and stills of the occurrence.
That is the truth the way I see it. If you say that I am wrong, and that one doesn't need to eliminate all of these other phenomena first, then you
aren't doing your investigations correctly. Just because it doesn't look like a weather balloon or aircraft from the ground, doesn't mean that it
is not a balloon or aircraft. There are so many factors that can alter your perception of what is in the sky, such as speed, altitude, cloud-cover, et
All I am saying is that one should never be so quick to discount all natural phenomena and claim "aliens."