reply to post by kolder
I've been watching the sky since I was 5yrs old.
I've seen Halley's comet, yes, I'm that old. I've seen other comets. I know the planets. I've seen many the satellite, SpaceLab, MIR, ISS, meteors,
and even some amazing bolides.
I've also jumped out of a lot of airplanes as a skydiver and am quite use to identifying aircraft, and what all is typical and expected of objects in
I've seen weather balloons, and passenger balloons, blimps, experimental/kit planes, gyro copters, and all sorts of military aircraft.
I live not 20 miles from Johnson Space Center Houston, which isn't all that far from Ellington airfield.
I have yet, even once, to see one single UFO.
don't think I haven't been deep wilderness camping in the mountains and other areas around the US miles and miles away from civilization, and still
have yet to see anything unidentifiable.
I also have a love for sailing, and have been hundreds of miles offshore far away from everything with nothing but night sky to see forever, and
still, I've yet to see anything unidentifiable.
I've seen lots of activity in the sky, but, it's always something identifiable.
My experience, the more you know about what is in the sky, the less likely you are to see a UFO.
I'm thinking not based on statistical findings that pretty much 95% of everything reported as UFOs is misidentification made by someone that hasn't a
This is just my experience. If you've had a different experience, then, good for you. I'm envious.
Fantastic claims, however, require fantastic proof.
Video of ambiguous lights not really doing anything spectacularly UFOy doesn't sell that well.
All best of luck to you though!
edit on 18-1-2012 by nineix because: (no reason given)