posted on May, 7 2012 @ 02:51 PM
UFO Dangers and Commercial Aircraft- Finally under Examination
Finally? Where have you been hiding. Groups have been using that angle since the late 70's all the way through the 90's. Not a new idea at all. And
certainly not an idea that can turn up anything important or shed any light on this mystery for obvious reasons.
I don't think UFO's represent any significant danger to aircraft to warrant someone spending money on an investigation. Back in the day NICAP (or
wasn't NARCAP? Can never keep those stupid groups straight) were taking that route too. Basically not even using the word UFO because it was already
affiliated with total lunacy, so anyone "investigating" UFO's was sure not to get anywhere because the loonies ruined it for everyone (gee, seems the
same thing is happening even worse in these modern times, lol).
And they were going after the "potential danger to passenger aircraft" angle in order to "fly above" the loony bin associated with UFOS, while all the
time focusing on UFO's anyway.
Simply put though, there isn't a danger. Out of the millions of flights a year, a the percentage that report UFO's and the even rare percentage that
report they are in danger is so low it isn't even worth mentioning. I remember talking to one of the guys about that, and he started crying about for
a few years it was statistically higher than wind shear incidents (which is VERY low as well), and that the government and the people spent tons of
time and money addressing the potential wind-shear danger, so why not UFO danger? The mentality he displayed by stating that was a good indication of
why they will never turn up anything, they are brain-dead idiots. I told him for one that wind-shear is a tangible, verifiable problem, unlike UFO's.
There was a big difference between addressing wind-shear issues on a national level and addressing "UFO" issues with the same amount of money, time
and gusto, even if reported incidents of wind shear and ufo's were similar. He couldn't see the difference. I felt sorry for him.
So yeah, your article about taking the aviation safety approach is not a new idea, and anybody that has been around for a whiles has seen it all
before. Unfortunately, it will not turn up anything. Not that there is nothing to turn up, there is something going on up there for sure. But do to
the fact that this subject has been ruined by ignorance over the years, you can't seriously investigate it on a national level and maintain
I do admire the cover-up job the government pulled off. Probably the best intelligence operation ever. Ridicule the subject for years until you have
enough useful idiots on board to continue making the subject look like a laughable joke without government intervention......then sit back and watch
the useful idiots ensure this subject can't be taken serious by any reasonable person in numbers that would amount to a potential intelligence threat.
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