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I am LOVING these sightings, they are so getting commonplace now and its waking so many people up
I NEED to see some for myself
Try the Lothian area up in Scotland. They are apparently having a bit of a field day up there with odd lights, orbs and such like. Have to be honest though, there are a lot of these Chinese Lanterns which you can buy in packs of ten or twenty at a time being launched. Usually in celebration of something or other, but occasionally to deliberately cause a UFO flap. Also, the so-called solar balloons are being mistaken for alien craft by people who may not, necessarily, be aware of their existence. There are a great many things an anomalous object could be and they should be eliminated before concluding that it is from elsewhere in the Universe. And, no, I'm not a paid government "shill"; just trying to keep a sense of proportion and rationality, that's all.
Last edited by Quercus (2009-05-26 22:10:26)
I think you make an amazing job at it, Quercus, we all tend to get a little too excited, it's always good you're here, providing not only "it's not true" arguments, but rational alternatives/explanations to the phenomena.
I've always felt that the true magnitude of UFO sightings came not in the number of registered sightings, but in the fact that after you discard every single sighting that can be the least bit explained by any other objects/weather patterns/etc, there are still SO many left that are just....utterly unexplainable.
Thank you, but I am also sorry, as I don't mean to be the party pooper....
We do live in exciting times and there is no doubt in my mind that there are more and more anomalous activities taking place which can't always be so easily explained away.