posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 11:04 AM
thanks for the post
Having read the full article, I think there are a few points we need to consider,
1. If this was actually Chinese technology, the Chinese would simply say that they don't know anything about the objects in the sky. Its as simple as
that. So having a meeting and demanding answers, I doubt, will get the Indians anywhere.
2. Why would China use a "flying camera" to photograph parts of India, when they already have spy satellites capable of doing so? (search for the
article describing google earth images of weird markings in the deserts of china, which were found to be part of a spy satellite calibration range)
3. Ok, assuming it is Chinese technology, and they were spying on India. Why the hell did they fix a light source on it in a manner that instantly
gives away the position of the vehicle? I would assume that they would take their pictures as discretely as possible, and try and blend in with their
surroundings instead of attracting attention.
4. What's there in that part of India that would interest the Chinese so much. Correct me if I'm wrong but most of the sightings have been reported
in a sparsely populated area with a few villagers peacefully going about their lives. What's there to spy on? Unless, India is also up to something
in that area worthy of Chinese attention. But, if that were the case, I'm guessing the Indians would simply keep quiet and not bring any publicity to
the matter in the first place.