- Feb 11, 2020
Real UFOs are real. You've seen them, right? So have I. Also, the historic accounts jibe perfectly. Everything is just as expected, including current situation. Best to break the news gradually. 70 years is actually gradually, though the intent was to not inform the public if that was not needed.UFO talk that was once a taboo and political career ending death in Congress, has brought out forgotten past political people.
Two former CIA directors John Brennan and James Wolsey on podcasts have both said they have seen evidence of the unexplainable objects in our skies.
So, does that mean a yes, or a no, or a maybe ?
It means they have seen evidence that people have seen unexplainable flying objects, that's all.Two former CIA directors John Brennan and James Wolsey on podcasts have both said they have seen evidence of the unexplainable objects in our skies.
So, does that mean a yes, or a no, or a maybe ?
Well they do believe in a supernatural being from off planetWhat percentage of that 70+ years testimony is borne of, 'flying saucers', which Arnold reiterated was misconstrued and he never witnessed "saucer' shaped objects?
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Perhaps some 80-90%...?
How is that equated with tantamount to a religious belief, that those who are not disciples exhibit symptoms of mental illness?
For me all UFO activity can be broken down into two types:
1. Demonstrations (in every sense of the word)
A lot of of us have been saying that for a long time. Seth has been one of the "little green men" naysayers along with deGrasse Tyson and Bill Nye and others. I won't be caring a lot when they suddenly become UFO experts, making an abrupt 180 degree turn in their views that would kill any human occupant were it a UFO. Yes Seth, just like humans, we wouldn't send squishy hard to take care of creatures out there at the edge of exploration. And yes, they would look like the Woonsocket saucers with metamaterial trans-medium modules like the Cocoyoc object, while others would be like small metamaterial balloons.Seth Shostak from SETI claims another view is everything is mechanical probes.
Machines can survive space radiation and long voyages in space.
The first Star Trek movie in 1979, Kirk and Spock have to battle Voyager 6 which was sent back to earth as evil probe.
The writer Leslie Kean wrote an effusive article in the Huffington Post lauding the development as a “groundbreaking” and “exceptional” discovery based on video and accounts from, her Chilean government sources said, “highly trained professionals with many years experience” and the “full participation” of academia and the armed forces. The UFO community rejoiced.
Three days later I, and others, identified the plane as Iberia flight 6830, departing Santiago airport.
One video, codenamed “Gimbal”, seems particularly impressive: it shows what looks like an actual flying saucer skimming over the clouds.
But my experience with the Chilean UFO immediately suggested a more mundane explanation: the infrared glare from the engines of a distant jet. Some investigation confirmed this was a very likely hypothesis. I looked up the camera’s patents; these revealed a de-rotation mechanism used to correct for “gimbal roll”, which would inevitably mean glares would rotate in the manner seen in the video. This is also probably why the navy gave it the code name “Gimbal”, rather than, say, “Flying Saucer”.
Other, less impressive videos (which UFO buffs also describe as being remarkable) have quickly succumbed to analysis. “Go Fast” was not actually going fast, and was consistent with a balloon drifting in the wind. “Tic Tac” did not show a craft moving like a ping-pong ball, but instead looked more like a distant plane with the apparent movement caused by the camera switching modes and performing gimbal rolls. “Green Pyramid” looked like “the best UFO footage of all time” for two days, then I pointed out it looked exactly like an out-of-focus airliner shot in night vision with a triangular aperture.
The evidence is underwhelming.
... And that pretty much summarizes the history of UFO affairs during the last few decades ...... Most comments on line have already dismissed the unclassified report if it comes out.
It's a good point. I just use the phrase "real UFOs" because otherwise I'd have to explain myself often. I like to think of them as an advanced non-human technology thus avoiding the skeptics' "little green men" and "spaceships".The term UFO is getting muddled in your posts feinman.
Of all the UFO sightings reported/experienced globally, a vast majority will be misidentifications of known objects (escaped party balloons, aircraft from specific angles, celestial events, meteors etc etc). The remaining ones are still UFO's as we have no identification.
What you are describing in your quote above are not UFO's. You purport that they are craft under intelligent control, therefore they are not UFO's or even UAP's, you have identified them. So perhaps you need a new label or a clarification so we can differentiate between UFO's (things in the sky that are unidentified) and your "Unidentified Powered Craft". (In fact, I quite like that... UPC).
I'm not trying to get pedantic, I'm genuinely trying to find a way of making things easier to follow as clearly your above quote is incorrect in terms of what the term UFO means but is correct in your definition of what a UFO is.
That makes perfect sense if you completely ignore the construction of the spiky "fiesta" balloons you are describing! If you look at your examples in the Trudel thread, you will see that the arms on those balloons are stubby conical spikes, and the circumference of those cones where they attach to the body of the balloons is huge; the Cocoyoc Object has thin hose-like appendages which it uses to land on as well as secure itself in the saucer --that's right, you still can't tell me why Trudel would glue the little ends of the arms of the Cocoyoc object on the outside of his saucer for ONE pic. And then never mention or notice them for the rest of his life... The fiesta balloon also makes perfect sense if you ignore the bright coloration and assume it was subject to a magical storm that removed the colors while transforming the surface of the object into a uniform metallic substance. The same magical storm also managed to not damage the balloon or deflate it in any way. This is assuming they had the fiesta balloons or ANY balloon military or civilian that matches the Cocoyoc Object.in the '60s. And the Mexican head of Kodak who analyzed the photos was just to dumb to recognize a fiesta balloon! None of the other Mexicans apparently identified it as such either. And there is no doubt it is in the second Woonsocket saucer. Not to mention the Yorba Linda object = not a fiesta balloon either and fits in the other saucer. It also has "legs". So... Yes..... All of these qualifications aside and you hit it right on the nose!!!Don't forget, the Cocoyoc object was a balloon, and the Woonsocket saucers were fakes, so any resemblance is entirely coincidental.
It goes in cycles because there are algorithmic waves of displays and demonstrations by the objects periodically and sometimes the military has to talk about it --denying it of course.I don’t think people’s minds will be changed.
What has changed are polls claiming Americans are now more interested in UFOs than ever before.
Maybe it goes in cycles through out history ?
How would you define something as 'real'?P.S. There is NOTHING remotely scientific about claiming something isn't real because it cannot be so.