posted on Jul, 12 2012 @ 11:28 PM
Originally posted by Kang69
Wait, just to be clear so I can get this straight. Alien lifeforms travel thousands of light years away to give a friendly airshow to an
unknown species, revealing them selves entirely? Gee, I guess these aliens aren't the most intelligent.
Who's to say they travelled thousands of light years here? Now, I'm not saying that UFO's are definitively ET's as there is no evidence of that,
but if a subset of UFO's are indeed piloted by ET's, it is naive to assume they would travel thousands of light years at a speed v < c. In modern
string theory/M-theory, there is an emergence of the idea of higher dimensions of space that we cannot comprehend, but an ET civilization could.
Assuming these ideas are indeed correct and a civilization has mastered these higher dimensions, then such a civilization can traverse long distances
by "jumping" out of our 3 dimensional plane and later to enter at a much further distance in a much shorter amount of time.
Originally posted by Kang69TAnd let me ask you this. Why does every UFO have to be considered an Alien craft? Ever heard of Military Jet
prototypes? NASA prototypes? Project blue beam? Someone sees a light in the sky and they immediately yell "It's an alien!" Not only that, A UFO
would have no reason to have strobe lights on them or beacons on their ships.
There is evidence for the fact that some UFO reports have been top secret military air craft, and I don't think anyone here would disagree with that.
However, there is a subset of UFOs whose technological feats contradicts our basic understanding of physics. This isn't a classic case of
"technically impossible", which is quite the common term used in engineering, but physically impossible. When you have crafts that are tracked on
radar and can accelerate to speeds of 7000 mph in seconds, accelerations that would flatten any pilot according to our current understanding of
physics, then it is doubtful that UFOs that aren't misidentifications are all top secret military air craft. It is definitely a possibility, but a
cover-up of scientific breakthroughs that is orders of magnitudes more advanced than anything in private industry or academia sounds as ridiculous to
me as the possibility that UFOs are ET's does to you. Also, why would NASA or the U.S military test their top secret air craft in so many countries
around the world that have reported this phenomenon? You raise some good points though that I am inclined to agree with.