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The report entitled “The 2011 Canadian UFO Survey” states that “the lion’s share of cases being Nocturnal Lights,” however a number of them were said to be shaped like boomerangs, spheres, and mysterious light sources.
The traditional “flying saucer” style UFO was only sighted about 3 to 4 percent.
However, most of the sightings were explained. Eight out of the 986 sightings are considered “high-quality Unknowns,” or cases with no obvious answer.
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From the OP's article
the study states that many of the reports of UFOs were “pilots, police and other individuals with reasonably good observing capabilities and good judgment.”
Again from OP's Article.
However, most of the sightings were explained. Eight out of the 986 sightings are considered “high-quality Unknowns,” or cases with no obvious answer. This is much lower than the 3 to 4 percent of high-quality unknowns from previous years.
Originally posted by Utopia2012
The most credible UFO reports will consist of accounts which describe movements of the ship that cannot be matched by current day mainstream technology (90 degree turns at incredibly fast speeds and other movements that are obviously not weather balloons/Chinese lanterns/jets/etc.)
There's also the distinct possibility that some of these crafts are not ET based, but earth based (military projects, creations by vested interests).