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I was out with one of my two dogs late one night a year or so ago, when I saw something I still can’t explain.
This is already a proof positive, as dog walkers and smokers are two most common types of people who'll encounter abnormal stuff. Then comes the profession, sailor, pilot, police patrol officer or farmer.

I theorized that they might have been projections from one of those searchlights sometimes used to attract attention to a store grand opening or something, but I didn’t see a beam. It was a cloudless night, so the chevrons could not have been a reflection.
If you'll see a lit up chevron going high up in the sky, it's abnormal as there are no planes that lit up that way. Usually, only when they come to landing, they put up lights, otherwise you'll only see the green/red navigation lights from the ground. And in the night time, you don't see planes from ground unless they're lit up, and then you see the light, not the plane.

But about the chevron's, how did it appear?




I checked the internet, but I found no reports of such a sighting from anyone else.
Did you report it to MUFON?
 

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This is already a proof positive, as dog walkers and smokers are two most common types of people who'll encounter abnormal stuff. Then comes the profession, sailor, pilot, police patrol officer or farmer.



If you'll see a lit up chevron going high up in the sky, it's abnormal as there are no planes that lit up that way. Usually, only when they come to landing, they put up lights, otherwise you'll only see the green/red navigation lights from the ground. And in the night time, you don't see planes from ground unless they're lit up, and then you see the light, not the plane.

But about the chevron's, how did it appear?






Did you report it to MUFON?
It looked generally like example 3, only not so bright, with three of them flying in a triangular formation.
I didn't report it to anyone but my wife -- reluctantly. I just thought it was strange at the time, but I guess I figured that I would eventually come up with an explanation. I haven't.
I wonder how Hynek might have accounted for it?
 

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It looked generally like example 3, only not so bright, with three of them flying in a triangular formation.
That was an actual UFO shot. The other two are from so called triangular UFO or unformally know as TR3B aka reverse engineered and remodified sample of "unknown" technology made by man.

I wonder how Hynek might have accounted for it?
Before he was turned or after?
 

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Was this thing built, and did it fly?
You saw the photos. The Authorities deny but people have witnessed it. They have photographed and taken videos from it. Is it real? Yes Is it ours? We don't know.

I don't know that the objects I saw were triangular. They could have been, if only the leading two edges of each craft were illuminated in orange (propulsion units?), and the balance of the craft was in darkness.
I don't think your craft were TR3B's, but something else. With T3RB, you'll see the black triangle, 3 lights in the corners that are usually white and then a centre light, which might go red.



Early 1990's Black Triangle UFO Escorted By Jets It Is Fiction No More - Here Is The Patent ◀

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Could I have seen a group of these?
No. I don't think so. B2 don't create a glowing edge as they move through atmosphere. F117 is the same. Your new long range bomber is a question mark, but as they've hinted it shares the shape with B2, I'll doubt it was the case.
 

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No. I don't think so. B2 don't create a glowing edge as they move through atmosphere. F117 is the same. Your new long range bomber is a question mark, but as they've hinted it shares the shape with B2, I'll doubt it was the case.
Hmm. If these craft were moving at 17,000 mph or so, wouldn't atmospheric friction cause their leading edges to glow, possibly orange?
They did cross the sky very quickly; but hypersonic speed would have caused a sonic boom, which was not present.
At what altitude would the atmosphere still be thick enough to cause friction, yet too thin to produce an audible boom? Assuming such an altitude is possible, would the craft be visible with the naked eye?
 

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If these craft were moving at 17,000 mph or so, wouldn't atmospheric friction cause their leading edges to glow, possibly orange?
Sure, if they act according to the physics, they'd glow due to the atmospheric friction. But, you have not explained which vehicle can do 17000 mph flight in a tight formation, when all known vehicles are not even capable of reaching those velocities in the atmosphere. Can you explain that?

At what altitude would the atmosphere still be thick enough to cause friction, yet too thin to produce an audible boom?
Karman line, 100 km up, if you go below it, you start to glow because of the heat caused by the oxygen and nitrogen atoms hitting your thermal shield. 100 km is long way for the sound to travel and as it gets to lower, thicker atmosphere, the sounds waves have to carry that energy through moisture as well. Did you ever hear the shuttle making sonic booms, when they did the re-entry flights?

Here is a tougher puzzle for you to think, this incident happened 3 weeks ago.


No sonic boom.
 

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you have not explained which vehicle can do 17000 mph flight in a tight formation, when all known vehicles are not even capable of reaching those velocities in the atmosphere. Can you explain that?
Aliens.
Here is a tougher puzzle for you to think, this incident happened 3 weeks ago.
Aliens.
I can't come up with any other explanation for what I saw or for the object in the video.
 
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It is comfortable to find out that I'm not alone thinking that way. My world view has not shattered nor have I collapsed in chaos as certain reports suggests would happen if you'd come in to the knowledge. There is another hypothesis for the sightings, and that is time-travelling humans. If that is true, then you have to also consider the multiverse and as that has been proved to be the real thing, the possibilities of who those things belong to are endless.

It is as if God is grinning us behind the realm of infinity. Just recently the scientist came to a conclusion that if you study infinite long enough you'll come up to point where God only can explain certain things, thus God is real. It's like you cannot deny it, just like in this case, either it's aliens or then it's dimension hopping travellers.

So, here's the thing, if you can phase to another dimension, and thus break the traditional hard physics, can you travel long distances in far less time than what it would take in the real space? If you can, is it a far fetch to assume that the aliens, whoever they are, can come from another solar system?

In our lifetime we have seen so many SF concepts to become reality. They are not "just fantasy" or "...some half-cocked idea that a writer might get in their head during the daydreaming." In the future you have to assume that we are going to make the contact, but what if they are already here, what then?
 

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Project Blue Book is History’s new historical fiction drama series based on actual UFO investigations conducted by the U.S. Air Force in the ‘50s and ‘60s. Although the show is heavy on the fiction, the characters are compelling, and the narrative covers UFO incidents based on real cases that demonstrated the Air Force’s UFO investigations were much more mysterious than they let on.
Project Blue Book spoiler-free review: a UFO drama with Dark Skies vibes

Nice review on the series from the Den-of-Geek

Project Blue Book starts on Wedneday the 27th of March at 9pm on Syfy UK.
 

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Very detailed and rationally presented.
Mister Dolan usually tries his best to rational and as scientific as he can. He bases his claims to the evidence, unlike some other people.

Was Earth some sort of extraterrestrial convention destination in 1952?
I really don't know. In some ways it was not a happy place, in other measures it was a golden era for some other people, and they could not have been happier. It is unlikely that the ET's were happy about the cold war and the advance of nuclear weapons.
 

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PART ONE discusses the astonishing “Shoot Them Down” background to the story. Feschino demonstrates that the Flatwoods event was one of four major incursions of U.S. airspace by unidentified flying objects. These craft were fired upon by the U.S. Air Force.

PART TWO interviews with Frank Feschino on the Richard Dolan Show. Feschino provides extensive detail regarding the legendary “Flatwoods Monster” UFO incident of September 12, 1952. Here, Feschino discusses the details of the forced landing in Flatwoods, West Virginia. This is a step by step walk-through of the incredible event, as well as the lesser-known encounter the following day in Framewood, West Virginia. This is where several individuals encountered the being associated with the downed craft.
There was so much more to the Flatwoods Monster case than anything that the public knew or what was presented in the series.
 

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So one last thing that says times are changing and we should change with it.

The U.S. Navy is drafting new guidelines for pilots and other personnel to report encounters with "unidentified aircraft," a significant new step in creating a formal process to collect and analyze the unexplained sightings — and destigmatize them.

The previously unreported move is in response to a series of sightings of unknown, highly advanced aircraft intruding on Navy strike groups and other sensitive military formations and facilities, the service says.

"There have been a number of reports of unauthorized and/or unidentified aircraft entering various military-controlled ranges and designated air space in recent years," the Navy said in a statement in response to questions from POLITICO. "For safety and security concerns, the Navy and the [U.S. Air Force] takes these reports very seriously and investigates each and every report.

"As part of this effort," it added, "the Navy is updating and formalizing the process by which reports of any such suspected incursions can be made to the cognizant authorities. A new message to the fleet that will detail the steps for reporting is in draft."

To be clear, the Navy isn’t endorsing the idea that its sailors have encountered alien spacecraft. But it is acknowledging there have been enough strange aerial sightings by credible and highly trained military personnel that they need to be recorded in the official record and studied — rather than dismissed as some kooky phenomena from the realm of science-fiction.
U.S. Navy drafting new guidelines for reporting UFOs
 
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