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UK authorities investigate RAF plane's near-miss with a UFO


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Thats so odd to rule out "drone" no one can be sure of the size shape config of every drone out there, no way.

I would guess as drones keep jumping in popularly we will soon be seeing accidents with them.

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it suggests that the drone flew past the military plane....

I thought fast drones travelled at 100mph as an average high speed. So not sure how it flew past a military plane? What is strange though is why the speed was not the factor that made them think it was not a drone.....but rather it was its appearance. As Bats says, surely the shape/design isnt a 'strong' indicator of whether its a drone or not...

speed however, should be! 

so IMO something is not adding up...could simply be bad journalism I guess

 

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9 hours ago, quillius said:

it suggests that the drone flew past the military plane....

I thought fast drones travelled at 100mph as an average high speed. So not sure how it flew past a military plane? What is strange though is why the speed was not the factor that made them think it was not a drone.....but rather it was its appearance. As Bats says, surely the shape/design isnt a 'strong' indicator of whether its a drone or not...

speed however, should be! 

so IMO something is not adding up...could simply be bad journalism I guess

 

Have you ever seen something moving at 100mph in the air with lights on? While also pursuing in a plane??

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14 hours ago, Robotic Jew said:

Have you ever seen something moving at 100mph in the air with lights on? While also pursuing in a plane??

I havent but I dont quite understand the question to be honest, or how it pertains to my post?

 

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circular in shape?.. hollow in centre??  c'mon people its a flying bagel. They do exist!   There called plain bagels  :whistle:

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