posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:32 AM
reply to post by Perhaps
Fascinating. The accident investigative report would of course be transcribed because recorded transmissions often contain garble and static. If the
investigation office is to do a proper report they need these analyzed and transcribed for them so they can then try to resolve any issues. So the
report. Thanks for that Perhaps.
There is no real need to make any of this up. In fact, an investigator that falsifies a report like this would be in a lot of trouble with not only
his agency but with family and other people (like lawyers for instance). The need for secrecy is just that. How do you explain this ongoing traffic
between control (who sees nothing on radar) and the reports by the pilot who insists he is being buzzed (toyed with) by an "unknown" exhibiting
anomalous appearance and maneuvers? Especially if a crash or missing person is involved. Just too weird for public consumption.
If I was to conjecture about it, I would say that the report of a coughing engine at 19:52 (on page two) is pertinent. That and reports of wreckage
and an oil slick found about where they "should be". So the plane went down right when its being "studied" by a "long craft" which has a "green
light" and "sort of metallic like-- its all shiny on the outside." These descriptors are made by someone who is struggling to define something he
is looking at but does not understand, not by someone perpetrating a hoax.
There are other places in the transcript like that coupled with "open mic" spaces, like he is keying the mike and holding it up to speak but words
fail him. I know exactly
how he felt. The one time I saw something unknown I was stumped for words too. The last open mic is 17 seconds long...
that must have been a doozy.
Oh, to see with his eyes. As far as maneuvering around him, if I put myself in the "aliens" shoes on board that craft, I am recording this entire
encounter as well. I am testing the capabilities of this flimsy flying thing that depends on aerodynamics. I am monitoring the communications and
using on board computers to translate language between air control and the plane. What frequency, range and signal strength. What response militarily
is also important if I am going to be in the area a while (seems other reports corroborate this as a wave of sightings over time]. And capture radar
returns to establish their strengths and weakness and the tuning of on board stealth measures. So decloak, fly at the plane from different directions,
making numerous passes; causing a disturbance which allows me to measure all the responses, and then...
...what? A mistake? Maybe a miscalculation that overwhelmed the engine or avionics of the plane beyond it's tolerances? Maybe a crash resulted? And a
rescue, or a beam me up Scotty event in real life? Maybe a wreck under the waves with a skeleton is still down there waiting to be found. Maybe a
wreck was recovered and sequestered for study by authorities and we will never get a look at that. Because it is too revealing? Another cover up
missing an ending story of the unexplained.
Thanks OP for that well presented look at another case.