posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 05:29 PM
Technically speaking I do not agree with the characterization used to describe objects that are not identified as being UFO's.
The fact they are considered unique examples does not mean they are unidentified. They are in fact identified as being different.
They can not be considered unidentified if they exist, right? Where did they come from? That is the real question.
Unnamed maybe, location unknown maybe, unreal maybe, unusual maybe, unbelievable maybe, but they are all identified as being flying objects.
So instead of using the Unidentified Flying Object moniker for these strange objects, I propose a change.
Of course, you are all welcomed to disagree with my reasoning, in fact, I expect it, but the term UFO just strikes me as being inaccurate.
Okay, I realize that an entire culture and way of thinking would be challenged by this, everyone has had this UFO beaten into their head for 50+
years, so I know it won't be easy to fix. Change is very difficult to start and implement.
First step is admitting that this is relevant. The second step is agreeing to cooperate. The third step is to follow through on said changes.
I admit it will take something much more catchy than UFO. Identified Flying Objects of Unknown Origin? They are objects of some sort, so Identified
could be used somewhere, Flying is obvious, they are from an Unknown Origin, so there you go. IFOUO's.