posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 10:32 AM
reply to post by InhaleExhale
The basic tenets of the report do actually say. The compilers believe that there is enough evidence, in their eyes, to point to a technology that
no-one on this Earth has and as such then the possibility of it being non earthly has to be investigated and future defence planning should at least
take this into account. This has to be viewed in the light that, France and Britain were both more advanced, in terms of airframe design, during the
1950s and 1960s than any other country in the world.
Does this remind you of anything?
It was designed in Britain in 1952 and basically uses just about every piece of design tech the SR 71 utilises, in fact if you do some reading up on
it, one can;t help but concluding the SR 71 is basically, a "knock off" of the Bristol 188. The French weren't far behind either, so this is not
some technological backwater the report stems from rather, cutting edge when several of the key sightings studied happened.
You can argue semantics till the cows come home, in the end, the report effectively says. We accept the presence of unknown airframes in our skies and
that they are very real objects. Our opinion is, given the maneuvers and performance these craft exhibit, we have to genuinely consider non human
options as to their source.