posted on Oct, 3 2013 @ 04:22 PM
Hi op. Sorry your thread got those retarded replies from the start.
How would I identify a True-FO or a True-SO? (These are terms I use so that people can't come along with that stupid childish '1.2.3.' reply)
I personally don't count things on the horizon, or under the 45 degree angle unless they're moving at considerable speed or are doing something very
odd, because these are generally aircraft.
I personally don't count things "floating" slowly overhead that are "pulsating" or rather flickering, because they're typically chinese
I don't count "three points" of light forming triangles either. That, IMO, is one of the most stupid and retarded of all "UFO sightings".
Especially when videos emerge and those three points of light don't even hold the same position throughout. Again, chinese lanterns.
I typically don't count something that seems close to the ground, unless of course, it can be distinguished as something very odd.
For me, it's when you look straight up, and then you see something zig-zagging or passing over at thousands of miles per hour. I typically only count
them as True-FO's, and usually only feel they're are valid sightings if seen on a starry night (when you can look out across the galaxy). If it's
cloudy and something is under the cloud line, it does not get much attention from me.
Also some other ways I would identify a true-fo:
1 - If the sighting lasts less than 3 seconds, I dismiss it, most likely trick of the eye/light or a meteor. But that said, the shortest sightings
I've had lasted 5 or 6 seconds, simply because of the speed of the craft/objects.
2 - Multiple sightings, if other people saw the same thing, I'm more convinced what I saw was real and it really was something mysterious (this has
happened once to me, other people seeing the same thing I saw)
This said, I have no way of identifying whether they're alien, man-made or something... But this helps me identify at least what they are NOT.
Planes, satellites etc.
Basically when you have a sighting run the Sherlock method. Work out what it's not, and then you're left with what it probably is.
As for USO's, no experience whatsoever I'm afraid. I live in a landlocked part of the UK, don't see much water... But we have a LOT of True-FO
activity round here, like, an abnormal amount.