These characteristics can be divided into two categories, primary and secondary, consisting of ten each. The primary characteristics are those that are displayed in the vast majority of triangular UFO reports. The secondary characteristics are not as prevalent, yet have surfaced repeatedly over the years. Together, they provide a working model of the triangular UFOs' appearance and behaviors.
TRIANGULAR UFO CHARACTERISTICS
- Beams of light emitted
- Three bright lights (one at each point)
- Large size
- Ability to hover
- Ability to make flat turns
- Silent flight
- Slow speed
- Low altitude flight
- Sharp turns at high speed
- Rapid accelleration
- Associated sounds
- Observed with non-triangular UFOs
- Electromagnetic (EM) effects
- Multiple triangular UFOs
- Colored (glowing) underside
- Erratic movement
- Blunt-end-forward movement
- Detachable lights/objects
- Shape shifting
- Superstructure observed
"The object, whatever it was, went from basically standing still to 1900 miles per hour in about 2 seconds.. I don't know of anything that's 600 feet across, that can hover, that can go 1900 miles an hour in 2 seconds then stop again.. If you do the calculations that's about 43 G's.. Within seconds you'd kill any human being."
Aerospace Engineer Dr Wallace Fowler
Stephenville UFO Incident - Radar Animation and a 'New View´
Originally posted by MrJohnSmith
Politely, Mr.Marler has just written a book....to join thousands of other books about the U.F.O. Phenomena....
I'm sure it will sell well.
I wouldn't be surprised if he writes more books...
There's money to be made from the gullible, writing drivel about this subject.....
Originally posted by TXRabbit
and....0 physical evidence to support the phenom.
Originally posted by karl 12
The Indian Point Nuclear Plant case and Holland Michigan case also involve triangular reports and, along with the incidents mentioned in yours and Intrptr´s post, I´d say it´s all a very serious mystery as to WTF these objects actually are.
The database-driven study of the Flying Triangle shows the following patterns:
-- Sightings take place near cities and on Interstate highways
-- They are seen at low altitude in plain sight of eyewitnesses
-- They fly at extremely low speed or hover in plain sight of eyewitnesses
-- The vehicles sometime fly with easily noticeable bright lights -- either blinding white lights, or have "bright disco lights" that usually flash combinations of red, green or blue.
The NIDS study emphasizes that the flying of these vehicles may be more in harmony with an attempt to display or to be noticed. There appears to be little or no attempt to hide. That finding has led to a modification of an earlier NIDS hypothesis that the Triangles are covertly deployed DoD aircraft.
According to Colm Kelleher, NIDS Administrator, the newly completed quasi "meta-analysis" of Flying Triangles melds three major U.S. databases: NIDS, the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and data collected by independent researcher, Larry Hatch, the creator and owner of one of the largest and most comprehensive UFO databases in the world.
Kelleher said, the analysis indicates that deployment of Flying Triangles is open, not covert, and involves low-flying, brightly lit aircraft routinely deployed over populated areas including cities and Interstate highways.
"However, I cannot say whether these are U.S. Air Force aircraft. We simply don't know," Kelleher told SPACE.com . "But it does not appear to be consistent with the covert patterns of deployment we saw with the F-117 and B-2 prior to their acknowledgement. This is open, even brazen," he stated.