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The second incident is interesting too, F18 pilot has a sphere or tic tac shaped object fly past his canopy. 

Wing man said it flew past him, turned around, and followed him. 

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3 hours ago, martin-w said:

Wing man said it flew past him, turned around, and followed him

And it was about two thirds the size of his jet. That's a lot bigger than in the first incident.


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19 minutes ago, dmwalker said:

And it was about two thirds the size of his jet. That's a lot bigger than in the first incident.

That's a lot of breath freshening!  Wonder how long before we start seeing peppermint Lifesavers?


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57 minutes ago, dmwalker said:

And it was about two thirds the size of his jet. That's a lot bigger than in the first incident.

 

About 40 feet then, I guess. 

The fact that it was able to turn so abruptly and follow the F18 is interesting. Approaching head on at high speed, and the F18 doing, I'm guessing, 350 knots (dogfighting) they should have been miles apart. 

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Occam's razor would suggest that some government, US or otherwise, funded skunk works type outfit has devised some kind of inertia damping field tech that can isolate a vessel from gravity and other forces. I wouldn't be shocked by that. I wouldn't be shocked if they where from what we call our chronological future so time travellers if you will but that would mean that chronologically the tech would have been invented in their past which could be around now. But I'd be totally astonished and flabbergasted if they turned out to be extra terrestrial aliens who had traverse hundreds of thousand of light years to study our anuses. 

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19 minutes ago, FBW737 said:

 But I'd be totally astonished and flabbergasted if they turned out to be extra terrestrial aliens who had traverse hundreds of thousand of light years to study our anuses. 

That would be Uranuses!  Not mine!

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39 minutes ago, FBW737 said:

But I'd be totally astonished and flabbergasted if they turned out to be extra terrestrial aliens who had traverse hundreds of thousand of light years to study our anuses. 

The reason aliens hesitate to make more extensive contact is because they chose to probe the worst possible orifice and became discouraged. If they had chosen any other orifice, we would probably have had full contact and diplomatic relations by now.

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Well now that I have actually wasted my time watching some of this video I take back my initial Occam's razor observation. The most likely explanation is that the 30 and 40 somethings making these video's live in their mom's basement.

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3 hours ago, FBW737 said:

Well now that I have actually wasted my time watching some of this video I take back my initial Occam's razor observation. The most likely explanation is that the 30 and 40 somethings making these video's live in their mom's basement.

Yep.  I'll believe in flying tic tacs when one of them comes to my house and starts spraying it down with glitter, confetti, and Hines 57 sauce.

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How about it was a bird or balloon at a much lower altitude than the aircraft and the camera moving to track the aircraft gives the illusion that the object was traveling at high speed in the opposite direction? 🤷🏽‍♂️

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12 hours ago, FBW737 said:

Occam's razor would suggest that some government, US or otherwise, funded skunk works type outfit has devised some kind of inertia damping field tech that can isolate a vessel from gravity and other forces. I wouldn't be shocked by that. I wouldn't be shocked if they where from what we call our chronological future so time travellers if you will but that would mean that chronologically the tech would have been invented in their past which could be around now. But I'd be totally astonished and flabbergasted if they turned out to be extra terrestrial aliens who had traverse hundreds of thousand of light years to study our anuses. 

 

I would regard, humankind, suddenly making a huge leap in technological capability, to the point where we have Star Trek style, physics defying, inertial dampening, as just as limited in terms of probability, as being visited by an alien species probes. 

In terms of backward time travel and the possible paradoxes that might entail, I'd say that's even more improbable.

And that's the problem, if we assume that these reports of physics defying maneuvers are correct, then none of the possible explanations seem probable. 

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6 hours ago, Mike A said:

How about it was a bird or balloon at a much lower altitude than the aircraft and the camera moving to track the aircraft gives the illusion that the object was traveling at high speed in the opposite direction? 🤷🏽‍♂️

 

Which incident do you mean? The tanker incident probably. The second, F18 incident had the object reverse course and follow the jet though. 

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