I think this is highlighted in the thorhill wording ''acts like a metallic'......shows the fine line between 'acts' 'appears' 'is'
heyo quillius... yups, metallics are tough to crack, always the case when there is insufficient scientific data... though i still believe that it's too early to conclude that it is totally a different phenomena... could plasma have a different appearance with different luminosity? well, i haven't seen anything that suggests otherwise...
I have read the links but will do so a few more times so it sinks in properly.
early on the arguments against the 'ball lightning' proposition consisted of a similar line of inquiry, but we have observed plasmas with much longer duration than the conventional ones... granted that scientists are having a hard time cracking it... but that doesn't mean we need to go back to square one & discount the phenomena in general... i believe that somewhere down the line, somebody will find the true reasons behind them, and mind you people are on the look out & that you get to see many explanations being put forward.... http://www.nanoscale...content/2/7/319
ok, i recall... about the weapons systems getting jammed... we do know that there is an em interference, but i think it will be tough trying to distinguish between all its side-effects... we have lost a lot of planes early on in the pursuit of 'uaps'... i haven't seen that pattern continue; was it because of the newer designs? have we heard all there is about the malfunctions on-board?
lol... i recall our discussions... better leave that can of worm for some other time...
hope you enjoy your holidays buddy... happy x-mas
Edited by mcrom901, 22 December 2012 - 03:08 AM.