06-21-12, 12:50 PM #1
Hey all, I've been doing research lately on the phenomenon known as ufo's.
I'm doing the research because like Maulder said "I want to believe" and I've always been inspired by the idea and I would like to one day write a fictional book about an alien invasion.
Tentatively i've come to the conclusion that there is definitly some form of advanced technology being witnessed by thousands, including professionals from respectable establishments.
Now this phnomenon has been reported as early as WWII when fighter pilots would report that they'd seen disk shaped objects tailing them and performing maneuvres that neither side had the technology to reproduce.
I've also come across interesting perspectives about the origins of ufo's, however, they are usually accompanied with wild theories that obscure any good information about ufo's.
Does anybody have any really good idea's or information that they'd like to share on this phenomenon?
06-21-12, 01:17 PM #2
06-21-12, 02:36 PM #3
What if they inserted a gene in the DNA structure that at a certain time in our evolution we become "aware" by that gene switching on enlightning us that we are from another galaxy and our true selves become known?
06-21-12, 05:46 PM #4
I should clarify, does anybody have any interesting insights about what ufo's are, any perspective, not so much on the story end of things.
As for my story, well.... I have an idea of the direction I want to take it in. It will sort of parallel my investigation into the whole matter. While I read and watch documented evidence about the phenomenon, a part of me wants to believe that it's the result of something fantastic, not of this world, and then as I think and read more I begin to think it could absolutely be of this world, and that it is the result of information that is not yet well known. Really, they’re both exciting avenues in their own right, but the latter is usually coupled with such deeply engrossing theories that they lose a lot of support by the average listener and are quickly picked apart by the skeptical mind, the former so fantastic that it is usually presented to us in a fantastic way (war of the worlds), mine would be the middle ground, How would the world REALLY react to an object remaining stationary, in the sky, over a city of millions, for weeks? ... the cover ups... the scandals... the lies... the wonder... the chaos... the intrigue!
One alien invasion story that really caught my attention, and imagination, was 'Childhood's end' by Aurthor C. Clark, Great book, started out with such promise, ended in a way too grand for me, but loved it never the less.
06-21-12, 06:03 PM #5
06-21-12, 06:15 PM #6
Two made for t.v documentaries that really got my wheels turning were:
Phoenix Lights 1997.
Secret Access: Ufo's on the record 2011.
Highly recommended watches for anybody interested in the subject matter.
From these two documentaries alone, which tie nicely together, I began to believe that there is some sort of technological phenomenon being witnessed in our atmosphere.
The Phenomenon is as such:
-Usually metal disk or triangular like objects with a high electrical charge.
-The objects have been determined to be radioactive, usually 10 times higher than normal environmental conditions.
-Red orbs are usually seen with these objects, and the orbs behave in strange ways. They leave and re-enter the disk or triangular objects. Their behaviour is unintelligible to us, but appear to be guided by some kind of intelligence.
-They have been witnessed to be small, about 10' across, up to 3 times the size of an aircraft carrier.
-in phoenix lights, they point out that the craft that slowly flew over phoenix had 7 large odd lights that seem to glimmer, almost like a liquid. If it is true that electrical charges in the atmosphere can give off light, then I think that when these craft are observed, it is the very 'lights' themselves that are giving these craft their lift and maneuvering capabilities. Take the triangle craft, they always have three lights.
Now I'm not trained as a scientist, but I think I have a way to prove my theory right, or disprove it. Are the colors of the lights seen in the ufo's caused by the gas content of the atmosphere? or are the colors of the lights caused by the intensity of the electrical charge being generated by the objects? If the former, is there much variance in atmosphere gases from place to place, if so (a lot of assumptions here) then I would guess that the color of the lights people witness on the ufo's would be rather consistent place to place.
Anyways, just throwing out some ideas, any thoughts? Any students of electro-magnetism or meteorology? Or just any information in general?
06-21-12, 06:20 PM #7
06-22-12, 08:44 PM #8
You will need some basic clues, one of which you already have - "not alien"
Last edited by Gerhard Kemmerer; 06-22-12 at 09:08 PM.
06-25-12, 12:55 PM #9
One idea I have for the erratic movement is this, If they do operate under some electromagnetic principles, maybe they're able to not only navigate according to earth's magnetic fields, but also other objects more subtle electromagnetic fields, such as an aircraft.
Plus there are some inherent problems with the human source theory behind the phenomenon. they're able to move extremely fast in all directions. The amount of G force one would experience on one of these craft would be unbearable, modern computer-aided navigations systems are still being perfected. I can't get over this hump, what's "driving" these things so to say?
Last edited by Awoken; 06-25-12 at 01:05 PM.
06-25-12, 01:33 PM #10
06-25-12, 02:54 PM #11
What you should immediately be wary of are the details of the claims you're reading. Of the people who say they've seen something, very few say they've seen one up close, and even fewer say they've been inside of one, yet most make claims to the size and constitution of the alleged craft. People call them "metallic" and "huge," despite there being absolutely no way to tell either of those things from the typical distance a "witness" stands from the object, which is usually just a blur or a spec in the sky.
06-25-12, 05:09 PM #12
invoking Nikola Tesla is really bad. he has been vilified by the woowoos by their misinterpretation and promulgation of some of his ideas. he really deserves better.
06-26-12, 01:26 PM #13
06-26-12, 01:49 PM #14
06-26-12, 03:46 PM #15
06-28-12, 05:28 AM #16
If you were to make headway with an investigation into aliens/UFO's etc, where would you start? And how would you know which way you're headed?
The general options offered are "alien or hoax?" Then the "man made tech" which leads you back to common science and where to?
Try going back to the 1860's, to the rapid progress in science in regards to the fundamentals of matter, then watch when and how it suddenly comes to a grinding halt, so that today we are still playing with the hybrids of yesteryear's tech.
As the saying goes "there is nothing new under the sun."
07-01-12, 12:56 AM #17
07-02-12, 06:59 AM #18
I will give you some clues known by the pioneers, but rejected by modern 'science' -
1. Matter is totally changeable and interchangeable
2. Matter is not self sustaining or self existant
3. Matter operates by forces many times more powerful than itself
4. What we see is a demonstration of those forces and can be proven by anomolies and phenomenon passed off as mysteries by the ignorant
5. What did Isaac Newton like to study the most?
6. What theory was the last one dismissed by modern 'science'?
07-07-12, 04:37 AM #19
Last edited by Gerhard Kemmerer; 07-07-12 at 01:19 PM.
07-07-12, 06:22 AM #20
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