Electromagnetic Effects Associated with Unidentified Flying Objects.

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posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 07:27 PM
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Originally posted by gguyx
NARCAP's Haines in CE-5 has one case of mechanical gyros (not electronic) in a plane being deflected towards a UFO causing the plane to veer towards it.


Carl Feindt (waterufo.net) cites cases of mounds of water piling up under craft close to the water.

There are also some cases of light beams bending toward UFOs.

These cases indicate forces stronger than the electromagnetic. Robert Schroeder's book on solving the ufo enigma has some other interesting examples. He makes a case for ('some', my emphasis) UFOs using micro black holes to partially slip into a macro 5th dimension rendering interstellar distances to mere miles instead of light years.


Yes, those descriptions sound like "warp drive", actual gravitational modification. Here on earth, we have no idea how to make it nor have we seen any observational evidence of natural phenomena which show any laws of physics compatible with making it.
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posted on Sep, 16 2012 @ 05:43 PM
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Here's another freaky one which APRO descibed as 'one of the most interesting we have ever encountered' - apparently the red beam emitted from the object was what was causing the EM effects on the police radio..




"Each time it did so, they experienced strong radio interference as the UFO emitted a red beam of light that swept the area and illuminated the ground. "The object was capable of moving in any direction. Up and down, back and forth ..


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Police witnesses describe the object performing aerial feats that were 'actually unbelievable' and the subsequent USAF explanation is an absolute joke.

Cheers.



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 09:30 PM
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Originally posted by Erno86

But if my speculation is close, that is...assuming --- that there are two opposing electromagnetic fields that accompany a starship. Should it be also close to assume: that said starship, should have anti-gravitational properties, due to the two opposing magnetic bubble fields; surrounding the starship --- while the starship itself having a same or different polarity charge than either of the two magnetic fields.


Hey Erno, thanks for the post and it's a bit too technical for me but I do see what you're saying about the magnetic fields - here's another strange report taken from the Chop clearance list which is relevant as it actually states that 'as the radar locked on to the object, it headed the plane towards it although it were drawn by a magnet'

Newpaper article (pdf)

Cheers.



posted on Oct, 11 2012 @ 08:55 PM
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I don't know about that Antar as surely Kudos must go to the people that compile the reports (or the witnesses that actually have the bollocks to submit their witness testimony
) - here's yet another report which is very similar to all the other sightings over the same time and area.


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Cheers.



posted on Oct, 11 2012 @ 10:47 PM
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What if the EME isnt actually interfering with the electrical circuits as such, but actually Sucking the electricity from the machinery momentarily as it passes. We have read and seen Nasa video of "Ice Particles" being attracted to Lightening storms in the atmosphere etc. What if their power system can directly suck power out of the atmosphere/planet/machinery as a way of repowering their craft. Like a Wi-Fi but in reverse.
Sort of like the Tesla proposals....beaming energy directly.
Therefore they dont "Fry" and destroy electrical circuits etc, they just absorb the power as they pass within distance???
Note, not All UFOs seem to have this ability........which leads credence to different technologys and different races being observed...be they Terrestrial Earth or Non Terrestrial. (perhaps near Earth tho).



posted on Oct, 12 2012 @ 07:19 AM
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Originally posted by gort51

What if the EME isnt actually interfering with the electrical circuits as such, but actually Sucking the electricity from the machinery momentarily as it passes.


Gort, good point and great post mate - don't really know the mechanics of how that would work but there's been a few reports over the years of unknown objects 'syphoning' electricity from power lines - David Cayrton gives a good account below of one seen by five engineers over Padiham Power station in Burnley, Lancashire..




The Cayton UFO Files.



Television Interview



.there's also a similar report below from Colusa in California on September 10th, 1976:



"The little ones were the same shape as the big UFO and they also had these two small lights on either side with blue light coming out of them. Each of the little ones was shining a light blue light on the metal towers near them and the entire towers were glowing blue,” Pecha said. "But inside those shafts of blue light was a darker, jerky stream of blue light that seemed to be flowing toward the UFOs, as if they were drawing electricity from the wires."

The Colusa UFO Sightings ~ September 10th, 1976


Cheers.



posted on Oct, 12 2012 @ 07:35 AM
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Article describing Portuguese case where a saucer shaped object caused 'tremendous radio static' as it passed over a village; Antarctic scientists reporting a UFO which 'sent their geometric instruments wild'; a UFO flying alongside a plane violently affecting the aircraft's direction finder and the stopping of electromagnetic clocks at Santa Maria Airport for 10 minutes as a UFO passed overhead.


“Air Force Lacks UFO Evidence” - St. Joseph Gazette, Missouri, 13th July, 1965.



posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 09:02 PM
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There is a book which addresses UFOs and electromagnetic waves and also the US governments utilization of them in non lethal technology such as mind control, weather control. Check out UFOs and Miracles on Amazn



posted on Oct, 29 2012 @ 01:37 PM
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UFO shuts down police patrol car engine and radio - Trumbull County UFO, 1994:




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posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 05:53 PM
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Strange account from the Washington Post where the lights on a UFO where flashing in synchronization with electrical systems (many other reports at link).



Another case where there seems a UFO has an effect on electrical systems:


Two deputy sheriffs, called to a home on the Pacific Beach yesterday, said they found a burglar alarm ringing in tune with the lights on an unidentified flying object hovering over the ocean.

Deputies Gary Talesfore and Blair Foster reported they witnessed the UFO lights while the burglar alarm on a food freezer rang in synchronization with the lights.

“The UFO disappeared shortly, and the burglar alarm stopped ringing, the deputies said.

* Seattle, Washington. Seattle Post-Intelligencer. 7 December 1973.


Some UFO Notes By Loren E. Gross



posted on Mar, 9 2013 @ 07:56 PM
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Larry Hatch's Thematic UFO Sighting Maps:



Electro-Magnetic Effects:


North America

South America

Europe



posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 09:56 PM
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Effects of UFOs Upon People by James McCampbell:



Paper given at UFO symposium in 1986:






All observed effects of UFOs, except purely mechanical processes and artifacts, carry implications of
electromagnetic and gravitational fields in their vicinity.

Technical studies of individual effects can establish limits to the parameters of those fields. So detailed studies of the wide range of effects should lead to a significant understanding of the UFO field. Limitations deduced from one effect may well be different from those of another, and still another.

By overlaying these various constraints, specific parameters of the UFO fields should become progressively more apparent.


Pdf file



posted on May, 29 2013 @ 02:12 AM
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Professor Michael Swords presents lots of UFO cases where attractive/repulsive/electromagnetic effects were exhibited by the objects (sourced by Realtvufos).




Michael D. Swords presents part two of his report about UFO cases where electromagnetic (EM) effects were noted. The article mentions the 18 October 1973 U.S. Army helicopter UFO incident (the Coyne case) that occurred near Mansfield, Ohio.






SHAKE, RATTLE, and ROLL: Is There Evidence That UFOs Project Attractive or Repulsive Force?

SHAKE,RATTLE, & ROLL: Can UFOs Project Force, part two?



posted on May, 29 2013 @ 04:02 AM
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posted on Oct, 23 2013 @ 10:18 AM
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posted on Jan, 15 2014 @ 03:49 PM
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Two very early pilot UFO cases possibly involving EM effects, one from 1926 and the other from 1933 (sourced by Jan Aldrich).



AIRCRAFT/UFO ENCOUNTERS PRIOR TO 1942



1926: #Late September, (the exact date so far is unavailable), at 2300 hrs.

An Air-Mail pilot named Colin Murphy was repeatedly `buzzed' by a huge glowing object an hour after take-off from Salt Lake City. The pilot described the object as a cylinder without any wings or propeller that he could see, and at least three times the length of his DH-4 aircraft (this would make the object at least 90 feet long), and 8 to 10 feet in diameter.
Murphy also stated that every time the object approached closer than fifty-yards to his aircraft, the engine would begin to sputter and misfire. He was finally forced to land in a sheep pasture. Upon landing, the object 'took off like a shot out of a gun' disappearing to the south in a 'few seconds'.





1933: # July 5, Sussex, England.

On July 5th 1933, during a night cross country training flight over Sussex, England a flight of four Hawker Fury I biplane fighters was broken up by a "huge" circular light that "dropped down from above their formation, into its very centre." RAF Capt. Nigel Tompkins was forced to land after his engine quit. Lt. Bruce H. Thomas suffered burns to his face and hands after passing close to the light while trying to land his aircraft after his engine quit..


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posted on Jan, 18 2014 @ 06:22 PM
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Researcher Paul Norman discusses UFO EM effects as well as listing specific incidents.


Electro-magnetic effects of UFOs By Paul Norman (PDF file)



posted on Jan, 18 2014 @ 11:24 PM
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From your excellent link:


…One such example which occurred on November 4, 1957, made headlines in many countries' newspapers. In this case at least ten cars stalled when a UFO made a low pass over the highway. In the U.S. Air Force explanation of this incident we were expected to accept the coincidental conclusions that the object was a mirage, and that the car failures were due to ignition systems that suddenly became wet! No doubt an excellent explanation if the cars had been fording a river…

www.ignaciodarnaude.com...



posted on Jan, 19 2014 @ 05:35 AM
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its facinating and scary to read all those reports of UFO`s beaming vehicles , disabling electronics . Even in Missile bases. Someone mentioned the Teheran "Dogfight".

im not sure what people here think about UFO Hunters, my only dislike in the series was Phil Burns, but they mentioned "Disabled" electronics in few episodes, here`s at least few:

UFO Energency, first 16 mins




USO accident from 12.50 onwards-------->



And this is from UFO dogfights , first 15 mins






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posted on Jan, 23 2014 @ 12:40 AM
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The GUT

…One such example which occurred on November 4, 1957, made headlines in many countries' newspapers. In this case at least ten cars stalled when a UFO made a low pass over the highway. In the U.S. Air Force explanation of this incident we were expected to accept the coincidental conclusions that the object was a mirage, and that the car failures were due to ignition systems that suddenly became wet! No doubt an excellent explanation if the cars had been fording a river…

www.ignaciodarnaude.com...



Thought you'd enjoy that pdf file matey -Isaac made a thread many moons ago on that case and there's a good rebuttal to the USAF debunk from atmospherical physicist Dr James E. Mcdonald - pity it was completely ignored.



Atmospheric physicist Dr. James McDonald completed a study and determined that there had been no storm in the area, and thus no source of excessive moisture to interfere with the automobiles' electrical systems:


"In a two-hour period near midnight, November 2-3, 1957, nine different vehicles all exhibited ignition failures, and many suffered headlight failures as objects described as about 100-200 ft long, glowing with a general reddish or bluish glow, were encountered on roads in the vicinity of the small community of Levelland, Tex.
This series of incidents became national headline news until officially explained in terms of ball lightning and wet ignitions. However, on checking weather data, I found that there were no thunderstorms anywhere close to Levelland that night, and there was no rain capable of wetting ignitions. Although I have not located any of the drivers involved, I have interviewed Sheriff Weir Clem of Levelland and a Levelland newspaperman, both of whom investigated the incidents that night. They confirmed the complete absence of rain or lightning activity. The incidents cannot be regarded as explained."


With no "severe electrical storm" to "stimulate the populace into a high level of excitement," the official explanation falls apart.

Classic case : Levelland, Texas electromagnetic interference / car stop cases (1957)



Also, just have a look how many very strange UFO incidents happened in a localized area during those days at the beginning of November, 1957 - apart from the 'highly maneuverable egg-shaped object with no wings, tail, or fuselage' aspect perhaps the other thing they all have in common is the 'completely ridiculous USAF explanation' factor.

Kirtland Air Force Base Radar/Visual UFO - November, 1957.

Cheers!





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