So, I'm feeling a bit imaginative. I reviewed the cases recently declassified by the military and got to thinking about UAPs and what they may really
I think a lot of us on here have seen something difficult to explain at some point, and that's probably at least part of the reason we're browsing the
Aliens and UFOs section on ATS right now.
Many of these sightings, including the ones in the aforementioned footage, include an object that is moving through the sky or space in some
"impossible" manner, accelerating, maneuvering, and decelerating with force that would easily crush any living being known to man (and likely any
alien being, too).
One of my long standing personal theories is that these ships are either man made or possibly extraterrestrial drones of some kind. The problem with
this theory is that it seems that some of these accelerations would produce G forces that would not only crush the possible occupants, but also the
ship itself (every aircraft has G-force limitations, and any physical object has to obey the laws of physics to some degree, unless it's an alien or
top-secret unobtanium shell filled with unobtelium gas or something [see this article refrencing a Navy
This leads to my new musings (I say musings because I haven't thought about it enough to make it into a theory that holds any water):
UAP could be "film grain" in the fabric of space time.
Humans know so little about spacetime, but are always thirsty to learn more. Every living being is but a speck in existence and there are so many
secrets that may never be uncovered for generations and generations. Perhaps there is a helpful clue in the study of UFOs:
A sighting of any UAP could be a "blip" in spacetime. You know how when you watch an old movie and a black speck flies across the screen? Imagine a
small anomaly in spacetime that could have placed a small object (perhaps made of a blob of unknown matter, or 'miscellaneous matter'). Essentially a
'grain out of place' in the temporal fabric. Not necessarily even a space ship or aircraft. This idea could hold true for certain paranormal phenomena
as well, such as sightings of streamers, small spheres, sparks, etc that have no other explanation.
These things could be anywhere. The moon, mars, orbiting Betelgeuse, under your bed, there are no limits as to where these glitches could occur. They
just seem to be the most noticeable when they're large and in the air.
The problem with this idea is that none of these bigger things have ever shown up right in front of someone, such as in their house, etc. You'd think
if there are little spacetime anomaly film grain bits floating around here and there, that someone would have seen one up close and personal, or
worse, been "consumed" by one (welcome to the void, bud). A possible explanation for that is that they're extremely rare and it just hasn't happened
'yet'-- or perhaps these UAPs/UFOs are far smaller than we realize. They look huge, but maybe these spacetime blips defy perspective somehow and
something that appears the size of a golf ball but seems to be 20 miles up in the air, may still be the size of a golf ball. The way it bends light to
show up on camera would be the same as when seen with conscious eyes, just defying perspective because it lacks a physical size of any measurable
Ok, maybe I've just gotten way too bored, but I hope this helps spark some imagination from my fellow UFO enthusiasts, no matter how crazy it sounds.
What do you think?
edit on 30-4-2020 by Crosswinds because: wording