posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 09:43 PM
That is a key word in the headline, "allegedly."
I swear, it would seem that aviation enthusiasts that come to ATS can't conceive anything that isn't propaganda by the government or aerospace
industry in a news release or a video.
Why is there some limits being applied to aircraft above mach 1? Let's see, the SR-71 has been around for about 50 years. In 1976, about 13 years
after they had been flying, one sat a world speed record of over 2000mph at over 86k feet. And then there was our Valkerie (sp?) program that was
killed for suspicious reasons. Our programs have remained static since? No one can believe that! (I don't count the subsonic B-2 as a worthy
aircraft for anything other than a curiousity of what can be done for public consumption while the bulk of the money goes into black programs. --You
realized, that the B-2 was never a very black program? why would that be? Maybe bigger and better things were in the Skunk Works and at Boeing and
You have got to be kidding or disinfo agents. How about one of the more adventuresome of you giving us a detailed story on the growing sightings of
black triangle craft that definitely are not convenntional aircraft? C'mon now people. if the Chinese and the Russians know about triangles why not
enlighten the mass public.
As I've said before, I and about 20 other witnesses saw a low, slow and silent triangle over Laramie in 1998, and I wrote up a detailed report on two
reported as UFOs by a former paratrooper and his son in1985.
Some of you get tired of my trying to ruin your nice conventional chatter every once in awhile, but I get tired of the endless attempts by so-called
enthusiasts attempt to portray and convey all is alive and well with aviation. Fellows, the triangles prove two things, First, all conventional
aviation, the use of air and "flight" itself, is by-passed by the triangles that simply negate mass to lift and move. Second, the existence of the
triangles virtually prove that UFOs, alien technologies, are here.