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I'm not a "tinfoil" hat type of guy by any means but I have to admit that over the last year or so, there have been some interesting things going on with regards to unexplained aerial objects.  Not so much that they are being reported (that's always been the case) but for the first time, the US military (primarily the Navy) seems to be openly discussing this subject, including the releasing of videos taken by USN aircrew of some very "unusual" objects encountered during training missions.  In addition, you have multiple pilots and radar techs also suddenly coming forward to offer their first-hand experiences with these objects.  On top of that, coincidentally, you have this:

 

https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/28729/docs-show-navy-got-ufo-patent-granted-by-warning-of-similar-chinese-tech-advances

 

Again, I'm not saying that the Navy is even remotely close to flying (if that's the right word) something like this but given that one of these crafts in the patent appears similar to what was in a recently released video,  it certainly makes for an interesting rabbit hole to spend a few hours going down (for those interested, the website above also has a series of very interesting articles about the recent sightings and some of the people involved in this subject).  With regard to the patents discussed in the linked article, I'm by no means qualified to pass opinions on these.  The part I find to be very interesting is why the USN opted to even go to the trouble of applying for an open-source patent when they could have kept the entire subject under wraps.  They also went out of their way to state that the Chinese are also working on this technology.  Again, without sounding like a stereotypical UFO nut (which I don't think I am), it seems that there is something interesting going on behind the scenes here. 

 

 

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28 minutes ago, Jennings Heilig said:

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I work with one of that guys acolytes. He has what he calls a selfie with him, what I call a photo of my co worker with this guy standing 12 feet behind him talking to someone else. Whilst I believe that in an infinite Universe we can not possibly be alone whether that alien life form is an 8 foot tall Grey skinny fellow or it’s a microscopic organism I wouldn’t like to say or hazard a guess. But yeah, working with him is ‘interesting’ especially when he shows me photos he’s run through of all things, an app on his phone to enhance them. Thankfully I only see him on shift change over and escape is usually at hand. Though he isn’t quite at flat earth levels yet. But he has been off work for a few months now after a knee operation so anything is possible since I last saw him. 

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If I'm posting here, my sanity must be questioned, that said, here's my experience.

 

Sometime around 1995 I was with my daughter who was 13 at the time in a parking lot near the beach in Ventura CA at a venue for a school science fare. It was dusk and there were a lot of cars but we were the only people around. We were walking to the auditorium when she said look at that. I look up and to my left toward the ocean and saw a triangular shape with what I thought were navigation lights on the bottom. We didn't have a lot of time to study it because it turned from flying parallel to the coast heading north to west over the ocean. It disappeared from view because it had very flat profile and we were then look at it from the rear edge instead of from a more of a bottom view as we originally were. I was still eerie the way it disappeared. I would say the whole experience lasted about 5 seconds. The most impressive part was that it was absolutely silent, it didn't make any sound whatsoever and it was close enough that we would have heard it if it made a sound. At first we thought we saw a UFO but after thinking about it for a few days I decide it was probably a B-2 stealth bomber because one was going to make an appearance at an airshow in Van Nuys the coming weekend and the shape of both is roughly a delta. I've never experienced an official demonstration of a B-2 so I don't know if they are really that silent.

 

Anyway quantum mechanics is almost a century old and our understanding of it is becoming more advance everyday. I only remembered my "UFO" experience because youtube has been feeding me a lot of "Tick Tac" UFO Videos lately. They look pretty convincing but I still can't believe that anyone would trust David Fravor with anything more complicated than a kite. There are also some other UFO videos of older encounters from around 2000 with triangular craft that are very similar to the one I had. Did they see a B-2 bombers or did I see a UFO? 

 

I think it's quite possible that we may be getting close to testing something that uses time-space distortion for propulsion. The only part of the DRIVE article that I don't buy into is that the Chinese are ahead of us. They are the new boogyman. 20 years ago it would have been the Russians and before that the Germans. I think it's more likely that someone in their garage will have the breakthrough not unlike the Wright Bros.

 

An old man

 

Robert

 

 

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I was at The International Air Tattoo at Fairford in 2005 I think it was, could be a year either side of that. Anyway a B-2 did a fly by, once with an F-15 escort and once without (It had crossed the Atlantic for this display and was flying right back, an exercise with us as the target I guess). The first run was all jet noise. The second solo run, super quiet it's near silence still strikes me these years later. So yeah, it may have been a B-2 you saw that night. 

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As much as I dig UFO related stuff, I'm not gonna go crazy until we actually get some hardware.  You can't trust video anymore and guys with haircuts like that...  just seem a little less credible.

 

Besides...  why would aliens come here?  Surely they have better things to do than anal probing.

 

Gaz

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57 minutes ago, Gazzas said:

As much as I dig UFO related stuff, I'm not gonna go crazy until we actually get some hardware.  You can't trust video anymore and guys with haircuts like that...  just seem a little less credible.

 

Besides...  why would aliens come here?  Surely they have better things to do than anal probing.

 

Gaz

So those F/A-18 pilots who gave on the record interviews and their HUD videos are untrustworthy?   I’m not insinuating in any way that those “things” are flown by little green men but it does seem likely that they encountered something real during those missions.    

 

I agree with Robertmro regarding the Chinese.    They still haven’t figured out how to build a reliable aircraft engine, so I think it’s highly unlikely they’ve made a massive breakthrough in quantum physics and are buzzing our carrier battle groups in “tick tacks”.  

 

With regard to anal probing, don’t judge our new overlords.    That might be their equivalent to a handshake.    

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12 minutes ago, John1 said:

So those F/A-18 pilots who gave on the record interviews and their HUD videos are untrustworthy?   I’m not insinuating in any way that those “things” are flown by little green men but it does seem likely that they encountered something real during those missions.    

 

I agree with Robertmro regarding the Chinese.    They still haven’t figured out how to build a reliable aircraft engine, so I think it’s highly unlikely they’ve made a massive breakthrough in quantum physics and are buzzing our carrier battle groups in “tick tacks”.  

 

With regard to anal probing, don’t judge our new overlords.    That might be their equivalent to a handshake.    

 

I guess I just mean that without physical proof there's nothing that will make it any more interesting than it was in the 1970's.

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7 minutes ago, Gazzas said:

 

I guess I just mean that without physical proof there's nothing that will make it any more interesting than it was in the 1970's.

Agree to a point.  What makes things a bit more interesting is that unlike the 70’s, we’ve now got technology to track these things both via video and radar.  Also what makes things more interesting compared to the 70’s is, for whatever reason, the military’s new found willingness to release this info to the general public and admit that there is some phenomena present that currently defies explanation.  

 

Agreed that that until someone presents actual hardware, it’s all still pure speculation. 

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In the last few days I have been exploring the USS Nimitz "TIC TAC" UFO encounter.

 

This has to be the most interesting UFO story/encounter I have heard of to date.

 

There simply is no explanation for it and commander David Fravor who personally chased after the UFO and observed what it could do concluded that "it was not from this world."

 

There is a ton of stuff out there on this incident and many videos on Youtube in particular.

 

This is a good one for those not familiar with the story.

 

 

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2 hours ago, ringleheim said:

In the last few days I have been exploring the USS Nimitz "TIC TAC" UFO encounter.

 

This has to be the most interesting UFO story/encounter I have heard of to date.

 

There simply is no explanation for it and commander David Fravor who personally chased after the UFO and observed what it could do concluded that "it was not from this world."

 

There is a ton of stuff out there on this incident and many videos on Youtube in particular.

 

This is a good one for those not familiar with the story.

 

 

Regarding this particular incident, one thing really stood out from the reports.     After chasing that object and being left behind, the pilot broke off to return to his original destination, a CAP point.    He then got a call from the radar controller telling him he isn’t going to believe it but the object was now hovering directly at the CAP point.   Assuming this is accurate, to me, it’s a clue that the object may be terrestrial.   Can’t see how anyone besides a military pilot/controller would have that info.  

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