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UFO Lighting [was: HOT SPOTS]

From: Mark Cashman <mcashman@ix.netcom.com>
Date: Sat, 22 Nov 1997 02:58:05 -0800
Fwd Date: Sat, 22 Nov 1997 18:49:21 -0500
Subject: UFO Lighting [was: HOT SPOTS]

>  From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>, on 11/21/97 8:35 AM:
>  From: David Kirby/ Karin Dostal <lbear@rmi.net>
>  To: "'updates@globalserve.net'" <updates@globalserve.net>
>  Subject: Re: HOT SPOTS
>  Date: Thu, 20 Nov 1997 23:01:21 -0700

>  Airplanes use lights to identify themselves to other aircraft and
>  ground-based navigation agencies. If we assume that ufo's are
>  craft piloted by extra-terrestrials, externally visible lights
>  would seem a pointless feature, and a counter-productive one if
>  their surveillance of our planet is indeed clandestine.

Most close cases make it clear that the lighting on UFOs has
nothing to do with "light bulbs" as we know them, but that it
typically represents areas or jets of luminosity. This is also
typically substantiated by the best verified UFO photographs.

Not all of the UFO light output is in the visible spectrum, as is
shown by the Beaver Falls photos and the numerous cases of
apparent UV burns.

>  Then again, why not turn the lights off altogether?

It seems likely that while the objects demonstrate some ability
to turn off the source of the luminosity, that there is a
correlation between the structure and behavior of the luminosity
and the behavior of the object. This indicates that the
luminosity is a not completely avoidable side effect of some
internal processes.

Mark Cashman, creator of The Temporal Doorway at
- Original digital art, writing, and UFO research -
Author of SF novels available at...

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