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Originally posted by GeechQuestInfo
I'm sorry but without photographic or video evidence your really just telling another story and while nobody is denying what you saw, not much will come of it.
It's nice to tell people what you see in the sky, but in the end it just clogs up the real stories that have evidence to back them which in turns leads to a bigger mess as us in the Extra Terrestrial community have to sift through more and more stories.
This field would benefit A LOT if somehow we could make it to where only stories with evidence were told.
[edit on 28-6-2009 by GeechQuestInfo]
Originally posted by sonjah1
I've always thought Aliens/UFOs belonged in "Skunk Works," and perhaps more because of ignorance than anything else. I've watched several "docu-s," and my attitude towards these topics can be best described as "agnostic"
- A skunkworks (also known as Skunk Works) is a small group of people who work on a project in an unconventional way. The group's purpose is to develop something quickly with minimal management constraints. Skunkworks are often used to initially roll out a product or service that thereafter will be developed according to usual business processes.
The term skunkworks was first introduced during World War II by engineers at Lockheed Martin Corporation. The engineers, who were tasked with building a fighter jet for the United States Government, operated under an unconventional organizational approach developed by Clarence L. "Kelly" Johnson. His directives for how the skunkworks should operate are called The 14 Practices and Rules.
Could we please have the time and any other details you may remember on the incident?