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ATexasVol

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Unexplained Aerial Phenomenon
« on: September 18, 2019, 10:36:13 AM »
Regardless of what these objects are, the videos shot by F/A-18 Super Hornets are not a hoax.  The videos are real, according to the US Navy.   Watch the 3 videos and listen to the pilots.  Whatever they are seeing is apparently pretty amazing.   

https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/a29073804/navy-ufo-videos-real/



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Re: Unexplained Aerial Phenomenon
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2019, 11:28:36 AM »
this is a fascinating subject.  there is something strange going on and it doesn't appear that it's a 'new' thing, but just one where there is some developing transparency of late.  

for whatever value it holds, this fits firmly in my 'rogue wave' theory.  right now 'science' deny's these things and popular culture makes slight of anyone suggesting their reality, and only because they don't know about it.  Now if they were to say "we've not seen it or been able to document anything like it" that's one thing.  but to openly chastise those who report to have witnessed such a thing screams to me of something else altogether. 


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rogue wave concept/phenomenon for those with any interest: until i think it was 1984 a true rogue wave was never documented though it has been talked about by seafarers since the beginning of seafaring.  Science and scientists could give you hundreds of reasons they don't exists and would snark at those suggesting they were wrong as if they were dealing with children.  Since the first one was documented in the north atlantic there have been many, many more recorded- many with video.  The 'phenomenon' i speak of isn't the wave itself, but the hordes of 'scientists' many of whom were naysayers prior, suddenly offering their own theories as to 'why' and 'how' as if they weren't denying it's existence just hours prior.
I'm thinking we're going to be presented with something that will distract and with the express intent to distract and along these lines.  but anyway... 


insofar as unexplained aerial phenomenon- I've actually witnessed three events that puzzled the hades out of me... it was the 'same' type of object, but three separate times- one months apart and the other with years in between.  I think i've spoke of this here or the original A51 before.  

all three experiences were in the same primary geographical region, and that is pretty important to know.  There are several 'secret' bases in proximity of this location.. One is tucked away inside of a 'naval bombing range' that hasn't been 'bombed' in years.  Another is adjacent a NASA auxiliary landing field literally in the middle of nowhere while two more are 'training centers' reasonably close to each other but both with sizable landing strips and some pretty substantial electricity supplying what is part hanger part bunker.  

it's my opinion that the military flies a weird craft- perhaps an aerial reconnaissance aircraft- out of one of if not several of these 'bases'.  the movements it can take makes it unlikely to be manned- so.. a drone.  and that thing can MOVE.  it can also slow very quickly and it can change direction just as quickly.   it's also silent from the ground perspective. 

the silent part isn't surprising- sound can be directed and that is likely what is happening- likely upward away from ground observers.  altitude and distance also plays a role here, whereas if it is already much quieter than conventional craft then all means of comparison is shot when distance and altitude are in play.  

but... it is something for sure.  

Occam's razor and the most reasonable explanation of 'alien' attributed UFO sightings/experiences reduces the concept to 'worldly' as opposed to 'out of this world'.  meaning: it isn't something from outer space, but something from right here.  here is the kicker, and something of extreme interest: the application of Occam's Razor, when removing the aspect of 'time' falls absolutely flat.  That suggests what we're experiencing is 'ours', but... perhaps not from our 'time'.  

and that^.... is just plain w.e.i.r.d. 

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« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2019, 12:17:13 PM »
Well we hope the US DOD knows what these UAPs are.   If they are ours, it's understandable that they don't want to release any details.  If they belong to someone else, I hope the DOD has good intelligence about the source, technologies, and capabilities.   I also hope we have adequate counter-technology if these aircraft are from an enemy.   

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« Reply #3 on: September 18, 2019, 12:31:05 PM »
Contact Matt Moniz @ Spooky Southcoast.

He'll have an answer

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« Reply #4 on: September 18, 2019, 12:45:44 PM »
Well we hope the US DOD knows what these UAPs are.  If they are ours, it's understandable that they don't want to release any details.  If they belong to someone else, I hope the DOD has good intelligence about the source, technologies, and capabilities.  I also hope we have adequate counter-technology if these aircraft are from an enemy. 
it's with fortune that we're the only ones who can pull this off... if it isn't some weird natural phenom that is... we're the only ones with the capability to make something like this happen and everyone not know about it.  everyone else steals from us. 

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« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2019, 02:42:20 PM »
I'm sure it's nothing


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Re: Unexplained Aerial Phenomenon
« Reply #6 on: September 18, 2019, 03:36:30 PM »

Nothing new people have been seeing things in the sky they can't explain or identify for centuries.

The ancient Egyptians, Ezekiel, Alexander the Great, Roman Emperor Constantine, Columbus on his first voyage to the New World, John Winthrop Governor of Mass. Bay Colony in 1639 and many others throughout history have seen UFOs.

Many UFO's are depicted in paintings by famous artists of the Renaissance era.

It's just the arrogance of most people that we are the only intelligent life on all the planets that exist in the entire universe.  If we are then we're in deep shit if life out there is not more intelligent than people on this planet.

Besides if there isn't a belief or we already have proof other life exists out there then why do we keep looking and listening for it?

http://www.latest-ufo-sightings.net/2014/11/depictions-ufos-aliens-renaissance-art.html

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« Reply #7 on: September 18, 2019, 05:08:25 PM »
Like everyone else I guess, I find the subject interesting.  I've been a SciFi fan since reading my first Robert Heinlein novel as a kid.  I tend to believe we're not alone in the universe, but the odds of making contact with another intelligent species is pretty astronomical (no pun intended).   

One fun thing I do is run SETI@home on my home PC.   I've been doing that for about a dozen years now.   SETI@home is a distributed computing project that sends packets of radio data to thousands (millions?) of computers across the world.   Data can be collected from radio telescopes much faster than it can be analyzed for patterns.   To keep costs down, the SETI folks use the excess computing power of their members' PCs to look for patterns among the noise.   I know the chances that my PC will be the one to detect ET are pretty close to zero, but what if?   


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Re: Unexplained Aerial Phenomenon
« Reply #8 on: September 18, 2019, 05:41:12 PM »
You could be the next "WOW!" for sure!!!  

Back to my rogue wave:  we scoff at things simply because we dont know.  Its easier and far more secure that way. 

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« Reply #9 on: September 18, 2019, 06:10:41 PM »
If the Aliens make contact with the liberals first, they will learn they have more genders then they ever thought....

They will have to re-modify their spaceships for non gender specific bathrooms, and will have to learn a whole new language to be politically correct.  

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« Reply #10 on: September 18, 2019, 06:47:28 PM »
I’m not a denier of alien life because it’s absolutely possible. I’d like to see a UFO myself to understand what others claim they’ve seen.

But as far as Sci-Fi stuff, I have seen the big furry critter called Bigfoot on four separate occasions. Once in Montana at a Minute Man 3 Missile site outside of the fence, once outside of Oakland, TN on my hunting lease, saw 2 walking together outside of Atoka, TN, and another outside of McRae, AR. so I’m 100% sure they exist. Of the four sightings, 3 were crystal clear and there was no way to misidentify. The one in Montana, he was standing behind the light pole outside of the fence, I was looking up hill, and his head was above the 7 foot fence. I’d been to that site MANY times during the day and there is nothing around that fence. No shrubs, no trees, nothing. I know what I saw and even reported it to the missile jockey’s. I was armed with an M16 and 210 rounds of 5.56 ammunition and I wasn’t about to walk the exterior of that fence that night like I was supposed to. 

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« Reply #11 on: September 18, 2019, 07:06:56 PM »
But as far as Sci-Fi stuff, I have seen the big furry critter called Bigfoot on four separate occasions.

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« Reply #12 on: September 18, 2019, 07:56:32 PM »

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« Reply #13 on: September 19, 2019, 09:33:22 AM »
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