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Re: ET Hypothesis: Government Concern?

From: James Easton <pulsar@compuserve.com>
Date: Sun, 2 Nov 1997 10:05:40 -0500
Fwd Date: Sun, 02 Nov 1997 17:12:14 -0500
Subject: Re: ET Hypothesis: Government Concern?

Regarding...

>Date: Tue, 28 Oct 1997 15:29:37 -0700
>From: jared@valuserve.com (Andromeda.net- Anderson, Jared)
>Re: ET Hypothesis: Government Concern?
>(Was - Re: Solved abduction cases?)


Jared wrote:

>>The Belgium reference is a good example of the questionable data
>>which some government officials base their beliefs on. It could be
>>pointed out that rather than an ET origin, the reports of triangular
>>UFOs which proliferated from December 1989, might have a connection
>>with the unidentified isosceles-triangle shaped aircraft which
>>recognition expert Chris Gibson witnessed flying with a KC-135
>>Stratotanker and two F-111s only three months previous.

>The open representation of the events that occurred in Belgium as
>announced by the BAF were in response to a specific incident in
>which 2 BAF F-16's tracked an unknown triangular object...


Jared,

I covered this in my reply to Henny. The only point I would add
is that there was unquestionably no visible confirmation from the
F-16 pilots. They didn't see nuthin'.


>The BAF made absolutely no reference to an ET hypothesis but made
>assertions that seem to substantiate UFO reality.

There were a number of separate incidents, but, typically,
nothing substantive. The Belgian Air Force were certainly open to
the possibility of a true "unknown" in their airspace.


>ROC member Chris Gibson's sighting of the black triangle under escort
>was made from an oil tanker in the North Sea. There is no evidence
>that I'm aware of to connect Gibson's sighting with the Belgian
>activity other than that they occurred in successive years.

None whatsoever, merely speculation. However, it wasn't
successive years.

Chris's sighting took place on 24th Aug 1989 and according to a
report from the Belgian Air Force, they were first contacted
about sightings of a "triangular shaped platform" in "early
December 1989".

Chris has just confirmed the full date of his sighting and tells
me he also now has the exact co-ordinates for the location of the
Galveston Key oil-rig platform at that time.

He's hopeful this will help in identifying corresponding KC-135Q
Stratotanker movements, particularly from a specific UK airbase,
which I perhaps shouldn't name.

The hunt for the Snark continues.


>This official explanation appears to have been superceded as of
>several months ago as the Belgian media reported that it had solved
>the 1990 OVNI mystery blaming the NASA Loflyte plane for initiating
>unauthorized testing in Belgian airspace. NASA categorically denied
>the allegation.

The suggested LoFLYTE explanation was an obvious impossibility
and I trust this has now been clarified.


>As far as I know no government has said anything about an ET
>hypothesis for UFOs but the evidence that has surfaced over the years
>quite strongly suggests that many governments harbor a great deal of
>concern about some UFO's despite what they say officially.

I would have to disagree. I can't think of any government which,
as a representative body, has in recent times shown indications
of concern over the ET hypothesis.

What evidence suggests otherwise?


James.
E-mail: pulsar@compuserve.com


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