A confused person on the radio was not a person typically associated with suspicious reports of extraterrestrial interaction. There was no claim that green people with big eyes crossed the cosmos converting cattle inside or too detailed, breathless stories about cold metal tables and unprofitable foreign probes.
A dumb person on the radio was simply an airplane pilot who could not explain what he had seen in the sky.
The British Airways Pilot operated on Friday by a BA94 aircraft from Montreal, when he contacted the nearest air traffic control tower to ask if there were military exercises over the Atlantic Ocean that were not warned, according to an Irish investigator.
When the controllers told her that the sky was clear, she set them right in the right way. She said she and her crew saw brilliant lights passing through the air at phenomenal speeds – twice the speed of sound.
"It was on our left side (quickly turned) to the north, we saw the dusk light and it just disappeared at a very high speed., We just wondered," said the pilot, according to the newspaper and the voice of interaction posted on the Internet. "We did not think it was a probable crash,, (he was just wondering) what this could be."
It is also rumored that the pilots flew nearby, who saw the same, and whatever, anyway.
Virgin Airlines pilot VS76 from Orlanda to Manchester said it was not something, but somethings: "Multiple objects that follow the same type of trajectory – very bright from where we were."
The Irish Aviation Authority has stated that the reports will be "investigated within the normal investigation procedure of confidential cases".
But for many people who read between the classified lines, there was no need. We already know the truth.
This is usually the point where congratulations to the Nayesers shouted their disbelief. After all, for decades the public has said that strangers do not actually exist and that people who believed that they were otherwise cracked in capsules.
But when it comes directly from the B movie, the Pentagon has recently confirmed that there is a $ 22 million government program for collecting and analyzing "anomalous aviation threats" – the government is talking about UFOs.
And Area 51, a secret base in Nevada, whose existence has been rejected for decades by the government, has actually existed for decades, the government admitted. It was a test strip for a CIA aircraft and other classified aircraft, according to the history of the CIA, which was declassified in 2013. And because the government had a great secret test ground in the Nevada desert, it used space for all sorts of secret tests: putting the A-12 aircraft and the angular F-117 jet anti-burglary jet through its steps.
Who needs a coat now? Recognition lent the patina of sustainability to the bizarre, inexplicable phenomena of the century.
But what did not one, but two airborne crew responsible for the health and welfare of hundreds of passengers, see with the bright lights above the Atlantic?
Aircraft experts have told the Irish investigator that light is likely to be meteorites entering the Earth at a low angle. High speeds were the result of accelerations caused by Earth's gravity. Glittering lights were probably the result of friction, because the celestial bodies broke the earth's atmosphere.
Of course. We believe you.
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