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New British UFO reports released under FOIA

Posted on Wednesday, 1 June, 2005 | Comment icon 7 comments


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"Seven unidentified flying objects have been reported in Lincolnshire's skies over the past five years, according to newly released documents."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by STIX on 1 June, 2005, 15:40
military activity? Hmmm... either way, the truth must be told! sorry, but I have another point to add, If it were military activity, how could such advanced technology exist? If a glowing object can stop on a dime and reverse its direction at 500 km/s then the technology required is so advanced that it is impossible for it to have been developed without anything similar being available to public knowledge... why is nasa still using rockets? obviously if such technology is available, and in use, rockets are a huge waste of resources. IN order to get around inerta (which would be a must unless t... [More]
Comment icon #2 Posted by Mr Ed on 1 June, 2005, 15:43
Well, a lot of prophets/future seers, whatever they choose or want to be called, are predicting the information on UFOs and aliens to be given to the public this year on the next...
Comment icon #3 Posted by The Roswell Man on 1 June, 2005, 16:33
but nothing eva cums up....
Comment icon #4 Posted by Mr Ed on 1 June, 2005, 16:36
Unfortunately Roswell, that is so true. This link shows you what I am talking about, most of these guys are complete and utter nutters though... http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/aspie/trueorfalse/index.html
Comment icon #5 Posted by ROGER on 1 June, 2005, 21:13
Not long ago a UFO was spotted in the small town where I live. It never made the papers because it turned out that some kids had lost a very large, triangular KITE, that in the 15 mile per hour spring breeze put on quit a show all by its self. Then the REAL question was asked, What kid flies a Kite anymore!
Comment icon #6 Posted by bob23 on 1 June, 2005, 23:58
Not long ago a UFO was spotted in the small town where I live. It never made the papers because it turned out that some kids had lost a very large, triangular KITE, that in the 15 mile per hour spring breeze put on quit a show all by its self. Then the REAL question was asked, What kid flies a Kite anymore! 651681[/snapback] silly kid and his out of date kite
Comment icon #7 Posted by rane on 2 June, 2005, 6:37
sorry, but I have another point to add, If it were military activity, how could such advanced technology exist? If a glowing object can stop on a dime and reverse its direction at 500 km/s then the technology required is so advanced that it is impossible for it to have been developed without anything similar being available to public knowledge... why is nasa still using rockets? obviously if such technology is available, and in use, rockets are a huge waste of resources. IN order to get around inerta (which would be a must unless this craft is un-manned) you'd need to divert the force or avoid... [More]


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