posted on Sep, 22 2012 @ 03:03 PM
Originally posted by Erno86
If some of these lights in the sky... cannot be attributed to known natural phenomenon, like: ball lighting, meteors/meteorites, chinese lanterns,
swamp gas, etc, etc ---- the only logical deduction --- by means of observations, [including my own], due to evidence of: straight line vectors,
instant stops and starts, right angle 90 degree turns, USO's, burn't out landing zones, etc; buy some of these lighted orb's --- is that they are
under some kind of intelligent control and not of this earth.
One thing for sure...I'am sure as hell, not going to attribute these intelligent lighted phenomena, to the likes of: Hitler's UFO's or
"swampgas." Not saying you would, Schuyler, but I have to treat this lighted phenomena as a technological wonder, like something whereas the
other-worlder's are not ready to share the knowlege and expertise in how to build and fly one of these Foofighters.
Just my two cents.
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22-9-2012 by Erno86 because: ditto
Actually, the only logical deduction of quantifying something unknown, is either identifying it as a known, or leaving it unknown.
Since we've never (officially) met any other intelligence than other humans that would put any craft under intelligent control, we can't logically
speculate that there are any other intelligences until we have a quantity for other intelligences.
"Intelligent Control", logically, would thus need be human; either directly piloted, remotely piloted, or human-computer software programming
piloted, until alternative measures and quantities have been established that anything else even exists that could also present candidacy for
In exploring a hypothetical, on the other hand, one is allowed to speculate wildly about possibilities of 'alternate' "intelligent control",
whether those alternative be aliens piloting a mechanical craft, the craft/objects themselves are unknown animals displaying independent motile
function, and/or combinations of the two plus any other speculations, such is allowed where then the logical process of examining and 'proving' such
speculations as true.
Inconclusive results, or no results leave you back at the previous unknown.