Newly released files contain ufo mysteries For months at a time i get to pretend the ufo phenom is all nutcases and no meat.Then there's a story like this from an(Apparently)Unimpeachable source.Yeesh. I read an intriguing new(To me)Hypothesis about the sightings in the book, _angels and aliens_ by keith thompson.The idea is that, since there's no solid explanation for an alien presence, yet very trustworthy sources seem to have seen something, what if there really was something, some observer effect that was external to the witnessing humans but not a true alien craft?A kind of group hallucination that has the power of an external solidity to it.I thought it was intriguing, anyway. Global hypnagogic hallucination, right.That sounds mre logical, or believable to you than Tiffany Earrings Sale a friggin' et?I don't believe in et's visiting us.But for pete's sake you skeptics are so fanatical you ridicule yourselves wit your"Explanations"As long as they go away fron actual ufos DoYouhave any idea what causes a person to hallucinate?DoYouknow the chances that such conditions happen exactly the same inside the individual heads of a whole crowd?IfYouthought about the concept of"Mass hallucination"Even for a second you'd leave them as"Unidentified".What's your problem with unidentified, that gets your panties all in a knot and causeYouto regurgitate such pile of nonsensical garbage?You're not even thinking, that's what.Logic was never introduced to you.Reasoning is alien indeed.You"Pretend"To be rational as soon as something unexplainable happens and go and make fools of yourselves by failing completely to use logic. Skeptics. Tiffany Necklaces Sale This forum is for scientists and science lovers. Science Shut up already. How is this for explaining mass hysteria: A crowd of people witness strange lights in the sky they are unable to identify.Someone in the crowd yells out that it is a flying saucer and suddenly everyone is excited and comes up with their own details"Oh,i see the windows! ","Look,there are aliens inside! ","It's turning it's lights off and on! " Ten minutes later,when someone goes to take a closer look and sees that it is simply lights from car headlights as they round a curve in the road and shine onto a hill covered in tall grass,most people act sheepish and disappear into the night;But there are always a few nut jobs who stand around insisting that it's a flying saucer because they know what they saw and they're not crazy.Please explain the nut jobs.I don't understand them. I must say that i have noted many instances where the reasoning behind"Explaining away"A ufo phenomenon appears more bizarre than the actual circumstances behind the ufo sighting per se. It would almost appear that those who construct these scenarios are very afraid that they may actually be real phenomenon. For me, i believe that the universe is such a strange place anyway, with no really solid theory behind either it's formation or construct, that it is more amazing we don't see or experience an even greater variety of peculiar circumstances than we do.It is the `normality` we experience every day(Which appears to be constructed from a changing `sea` of interacting exotic particles)Which i find more surprising The only earth effect which i ever found convincing was that geological stresses in the earth could cause a massive pizzo effect from stressed silica resulting in the release of a dense, localised mass of charged particles(Electrons).It is perhaps feasible that such an entity could move around erratically for some time, perhaps powered by charged particles streaming from the surface of the mass(In much the same way an inflated balloon can fly around for a time when released).Such an object could glow in the dark(Hence glowing orbs sometimes seen at night)And it might even put on spurts of high speed movements.Such an object could also collapse suddenly into nothing as the `charge` finally dissipates.It would also be visible on radar. I forget now where i saw this article, but since then i have noted other articles where small particles of artificial ball have been produced experimentally using conditions that simulate earth processes. Just a thought By that hypthesis all of life must then be described as a group hallucination as it is something experienced by everybody and your whole argument breaks down by its own definition.For something to be described as a hallucination something must be experienced by one or more individuals but not by the bulk population(As this acts as the reference point by which we guage Reality).If something is experienced by all it must be described as part of our Reality or the concept of"Reality"Itself would cease to have meaning.Who is to say we dont live in dream anyway? It could have been some kind of laser array making it appear like a radar blip by making a plasma steerable by the laser assembly but it happened in the year 1957, 5 years before the invention of the laser and that first laser was just a few milliwatts, not enough to drive a pilot nuts.So if it was manmade, it would had to have been some kind of radio wave(Assuming the plasma theory to be correct)And there were certainly high powered microwave transmitters in those days.There was early on, experiments in driving the ionosphere to make a plasma which would be used as a reflective media to refract radio waves downwards for long distant communications.That actually worked and it could have been some variant of that concept, the evidence being the radar reflection was like 'an aircraft carrier'.It could have been the case of one hand not knowing what the other hand was doing, thus the requirement on the one hand to launch 24 missiles and the other, the next day, a suit walks in and says you didn't see a thing, don't even mention this or else. Thank i really wish people knew enough sci to actually open their minds and search for a more than plausible explanation.And wouldn't a radar profile bouncing ping be magnified in both apparent size and vector? It's sad, the day i saw a ufo was the day i stopped believing in them.I was about nine and thoroughly enamored with the idea when one night i saw one.It was dusk and i looked upwards, and saw a large perfect circular object traversing the sky at high velocity.Suddenly it stopped and darted off at an angle, and then abruptly disappeared as the search i had been watching reached the edge of the low cloud bank.Yes, i'd seen a light on the bottom of the clouds.Needless to say there were a lot of ufo sightings that night.
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