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The case of flying triangles

  1. Aug 27, 2004 #1

    Ivan Seeking

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    A synopsis of recent events - 1990 through 2004. Included is a summary of archieved data.

    I'm still not quite sure about the flying triangle reports. I am convinced that these are real craft that are often seen as reported, but some good reports such as those from the Illinois police - who chased a flying and hovering triangle while at close range - seem to imply a super-technology. This may simply be due to exaggerated memories since nothing beyond our imagination was seen in that particular case. It may be that we have a little technology here that would surprise most people. At the least, we must have a silent propulsions system capable of producing dramatic acceleration in a relatively large aircraft. This craft is also able to hover silently at very low altitudes such as 100 feet above ground level. I don't see many claims [relative to the total number of claims] of FTs zipping out of the atmosphere in the blink of an eye, as do other reported, alleged crafts.

    http://www.nidsci.org/articles/8_25trireport.php
     
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