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reply to post by jerry777
Ive been doing some indeep research in the (Foo-Fighters) first i apologize i found out piolets reported that the foo fighters would fly through the planes without any damage to the plane but reported debri from an explosion but it was not part of the plane. Some have said the debri is from the launch vehicle used to launch the foo fighters they were reported to be 1 inch thick by 3 inches round.Produceing a ball of fire effect. I had said they would ram through the wings etc. and bring the plane down i am wrong.The foo fighters flew right through the plane without causing any damage.Now this thred is on Antigravity being that small i cant conceive how they could have Antigravity or some form of it.Also the Germany piolets were also subjected to the foo fighters.There were some instances when Amercian piolets Aborted the bombing run as a result of the foo-fighters but no damage has been reported what i find very strange is the foo fighters flew right through the planes without causing any damage.Does anybody have an openion of what kind of propulsion they used?www.project1947.com...germanufochatter.com...ufos.about.com... " target="_blank" class="postlink">ufos.about.com...
If you can see the contrail it must be a turbine engine plane ?
no way to even try to hear them,
reply to post by _Del_
Ok what is interesting is to try to calculate the speed of the craft , seen by Zaph. To travel horizon to horizon quickly it must go at supersonic speed because a commercial flight make a lot of time to travel horizon to horizon.
reply to post by Sammamishman
It's been in daylight every time, no way to even try to hear them, as I was driving each time. It's fast though. They're high enough to leave contrails, and on one occasion, it came up from behind a commercial flight and passed it like it was standing still. We've watched it go from horizon to horizon in well under half the time a normal flight would take.