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originally posted by: 111DPKING111
Just saw a recap of this on "Close Encounters". If you believe recreation of events, the object hovered over this one guy for several minutes while a friend looks on.
didnt seem like a booster falling back to earth...
originally posted by: ZetaRediculian
reply to post by Scdfa
Was there testimony by others who just saw lights in the sky and Not space ships? I didn't come across any of those reports on the UFO web sites.
originally posted by: JimOberg
.... But studies by Ted Molczan and others have identified MANY identical cases over the past fifty years involving unusually large satellites -- hence, many pieces -- where witnesses all around the world reported strikingly similar images of a large mounted-with-lights structure blocking out stars moving silently in level flight -- often with searchlights stabbing out in random directions -- on occasion with humanoid occupants visible through portholes, or even EMI interference.
It's the best dang 'control experiment' you could ever want to calibrate the degree of imaginativeness of some witnesses.
Properly appreciated, this new data may have a fundamental bearing on the nature of a LOT of what passes for 'the UFO experience.'
originally posted by: TeaAndStrumpets
Jim... I don't get it. You keep disregarding the Condon Report findings by William Hartmann in Section 6. And you continue to act as if there's no data on (and thus there persists a desperate need for 'control experiments' regarding) the proportion of witnesses who will erroneously insert windows, exhaust, search lights, etc., onto conventional yet infrequently observed sky phenomena.
Why do you do this?.....