Tuesday, July 29, 2008

UFOs and Terorrists?

For years the U.S. Air Force has denied that there are any real UFOs. Most sightings have been written off as weather phenomena, weather balloons, misidentified planets, star or comets or aircraft lights.

However,there were sightings as recently as 2006 at Chicago's O'Hare Airport. In 2007, there was a sighting by a commercial airline pilot and passengers near the Channel Islands. In March of 1993 there was a wave of sightings in Britain. In 1980, there were sightings at two American Air Force bases in England.

The difference is that countries like France and Britain never quit investigating UFO sightings, whereas the U.S. Air Force quit investigating them in 1969. There is a recognition now that radar alone cannot be the only or best method of tracking sightings, since we also now have aircraft that can elude radar detection.

Ironic, isn't it? How can you not smile at the possibility that there may now be a renewed interest in tracking UFOs because they might be some kind of terrorist vehicles?

Really, can there be some nation on Earth that has an air force far more advanced than the U.S. that we do not know about?

It is far more likely that someone from another planet is visiting, but we couldn't admit that now, could we?

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