badeskov on Oct 27 2008, 12:00 PM, said:
1) it can slipstream, i.e. be caught in the plane's slip stream and follow it. But it should be gone when the energy to maintain it is removed.
2) It can react to radar waves, i.e. if a planes radar locks onto a plasma, it'll create an influx of energy on one side that can increase the degree of ionization on one side and thus effectively create thrust.
3) The atmosphere can experience magnetic ducting, where plasmas can be held in such. However, a plane is metallic and thus a huge magnetic disturbance that will incur perturbations in the magnetic field guiding the plasma.
Are you implying that the Minot AFB, B-52 encounter could have been a form of plasma? Check out the facts surrounding that case and tell us all, if that case involved plasma.
In fact, see if you can pin plasma to any of these case files and if not, then you have a problem, and no small one at that.
1. The 1976 Iranian UFO Dogfight
2. The B-29 Incident
3. Shag Harbor
4. The Belgian Incidents
5. Rendlesham Incidents
6. P-61 Black Widow Encounter
7. Japan Airlines Flt 1628 Encounter
8. The Minot AFB Incident
9. The Roswell Incident
10, The Muroc AAF Sightings
11. The Edwards AFB Indent
12. The 1952 Washington D.C. Incidents
13. The Malmstrom AFB Incidents
14. The RB-47 Encounter
15. The UFO Sighting of Kelly Johnson
16. The Kirtland AFB Incidents
17. The Bariloche Incidents
18. UFOs over Nuclear Facilities
19. Lakenhealth UFO