What about these ufo”s?

Question by frank_blandori thunder88: What about these ufo”s?
dont you think with all the cameras and cell phones and security cameras and what have you we could at least get a good picture of one????
and what are all these people doing when they see one? how hard is it to get a dig camera or viedo cam or what have you, and if this ufo is a mile long and half mile wide whats the problem?i understand we have aircraft that radar cannot detect and what have you and who knows what our goverment has in the wings. but come on people, how about some real evidence other then it went that away boys??
i also agree it maybe our goverment with its toys and what have you.and yes i do know how mean people can be when one trys to explain what they saw! iam not sure i have the ba–s to report such a thing? and as for the camera i stated maybe one is in awe at this moment? but if your an ufo expert and are there when this happens !and yes people can do camera tricks and yes the goverment does make you seem funny and make fun of you, what happen to this blue book project i saw on a cable station and what about this ufo that crashed in new mexico in 1947? is anyone out there who can help me educate myself before i take a dim view on this matter? i do keep an open mind to a certain point!please no one with foil on your head need to reply!

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Answer by Brant
We have nothing but bad pictures because the good ones would reveal that they are not alien ships. You can’t have good pictures of ET space ships if they don’t exist around this planet.

Jack, of those you mentioned, I’m familiar with the RB47 case. Did you read Philip Klass’ detailed account of that incident? He gives a minute by minute, mile by mile account with maps, all radar stations involved, manufacturers specifications and equipment limitations, and all personnel involved. All those things which seem so convincing evaporate when all the facts are known. Story after story after impressive story always seem to turn out that way when all the relevant facts are presented. Here’s a pretty good summary of that article.
It includes some other examples of how UFO story-tellers and television execs deliberately ignore evidence which will undermine their money-making, audience-generating sensationalist pseudo-documentaries. Things like de-classified documents, letters regarding Roswell, etc., which were cut from any UFO promoting programs because they blow these conspiracy theories and alien encounter stories totally out of the water. Yeah, Klass TRIED to disclose the government’s documents and official positions and reactions to incidents, but the media would have no part of it since it debunks the whole UFO cult phenomenon.

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  1. try listening outside for airplanes, when you hear one look for your videocam/digicam, try getting a footage of the plane, try zooming it! It sounds easy but its not!

    there’s one good video evidence from Mexican military showing 11 UFOs. nice footage! but all I can see is bright lights! i think you can find it on youtube.

    Although UFO doesn’t necessarily mean ALIENS. It could be top secret military planes!

  2. I’ve seen a fair few convincing pictures. But honestly, with photoshop these days, you can make some pretty convincing forgeries.

  3. Evidence – What is and what isn’t is generally in the eyes of the Monday morning quarterbacks

    In front of the National Press Club John Callahan, former FAA Head of Accidents & Investigations, produced plane-nose radar data corroborated by ground radar read-outs & cited visual confirmation as proof of a UFO. At the end of his talk he boldly stated he was prepared to testify before congress, under oath, that everything he presented was true.

    The RB-47 radar visual multiple witnesses cases, July 17, 1957:
    An Air Force Boeing Stratojet reconnaissance jet RB-47, equipped with electronic countermeasures gear and manned by six officers, was followed by an unidentified object for a distance of well over 700 miles, and for a time period of more than one hour, as it flew from Mississippi, through Louisiana and Texas and into Oklahoma. The object was, at various times, seen visually by the cockpit crew as an intensely luminous light, followed by ground-radar and detected on ECM monitoring gear aboard the RB-47. Of special interest in this case are several instances of simultaneous appearances and disappearances on all three of those physically distinct observation channels, and rapidity of maneuvers beyond aircraft possibilities.

    FAA Admits Knowledge of UFO: Although more than a dozen witnesses had seen and reported the UFO to United Airlines, when first queried by the Chicago Tribune, the Airlines denied that they had any knowledge of the events of November 7. However, the Federal Aviation Administration admitted that the air traffic control tower had received a call from a United Airlines supervisor requesting information on an “elliptical-saucer-shaped craft” hovering over Concourse C of the terminal.
    “Chuckles” in the Tower: FAA spokesperson Elizabeth Isham Cory stated that none of the air traffic controllers had seen the object, and they saw no radar return from an uncorrelated target. She also stated that the FAA had no plans to investigate the incident. They did, however, have a theory-the sightings were caused by a “weather phenomenon.” Hilkevitch reported that there were plenty of “chuckles” in the tower over the report.

    The U.S. Air Force, the Department of Defense and the Federal Aviation Agency were involved with UFO-jet interceptions and were greatly concerned by the growing number of radar tracking of UFOs reported from the Eglin AFB, Florida; from the Baer Air Force Base, Fort Wayne, Indiana; from FAA radar at San Antonio, Texas; from Civil Defense radar in Columbia, Mississippi, from Ft. Sill, Oklahoma; from Bahia Blanca, Argentina and from Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Pilot reports of UFOs were often reported by both commercial and military pilots from Braniff, Eastern, Pan American, Delta Airlines, Colorado NORAD Air Force pilots, BOAC, TWA, Bell Huey Jet Helicopters, Scandinavian Airlines, private Australian and Missouri pilots. General George S. Brown, U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff admitted for the first time that UFOs had triggered many air, sea, land battles earlier in Vietnam. The DOD and FAA issued new UFO regulations, and the USAF started two new UFO studies, code-named Old New Moon and Blue Paper.

  4. Them u.f.o.’s is real son. Each time I see one, I try to go fer my camera but these aliens send down some kind a beam that just stops me in my tracks until their ship is gone. Anyway, I purty much stay in my trailer these days because I’m not rightly fond of alien anal probes. Them things is a little familiar if ya know what I mean.

  5. The universe is huge. I do believe in intelligent life forms live somewhere out there. The problem is we don’t know what to expect. This doubt open the door to many bizarre speculations. UFO involves in almost every phenomena that has no reason or satisfy explanation. Personally I prefer to look for answers some where else.

  6. The Commander of the UFO Phil Joseph Davidson was on briefly told him (and he told me) that the Dineen race are one of the most pacific races in this quadrant of the universe. Their primary focus is filming everything that is beautiful and attractive about Earth. They are also filming anything that is grossly cruel and evil. In addition, they copy all our music, films and videos. They are to the inhabited universe what National Geographic magazine is to the USA.
    Their home planet is fifth from their fading sun. The ambient light is dim to dark thus they need big eyes in order to see. They have been a space traveling culture for the past 2,000 of their years which are much longer than our years.
    Their technology is far in advance of ours. Even so, the crash near Area 57 was caused by pilot error by students who were too young to fly.
    Their space ships fly using magnetically generated anti-gravity which requires incomprehensible amounts of electricity which they obtain from magnectically suspended black holes about the size of a base ball.
    There are artificial quantum worm holes in space which allow them to fly by skipping on the edges of waves of light. They call it wave light and it is measured numerically by the closeness of the waves to one another. Thus wave light distances are chronological rather than relativistic.
    We do not know what is going on with UFOs because any one who claims to see one is labeled a UFO nut and totally discredited.

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