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Re: Triangular UFOs over Belgium

From: Serge Salvaille <sergesa@connectmmic.net>
Date: Sat, 18 Jul 1998 11:53:17 -0400
Fwd Date: Sun, 19 Jul 1998 15:06:26 -0400
Subject: Re: Triangular UFOs over Belgium


>Date: Wed, 15 Jul 1998 11:05:29 -0700
>From: "Kyle R. Mcallister" <skytracker@geocities.com>
>To: updates@globalserve.net
>Subject: Triangular UFOs over Belgium

>I am new to this list, so if someone has already speculated
>on this, forgive me.

>I was reading about the triangular UFO's sighted over Belgium
>between 1989 and 1991. One particular report mentions a large,
>triangular shaped UFO hovering at a total stop, and then
>'distorting' as if it were viewed under wave filled water, and
>the three white lights that were on each corner of the triangle
>converging into a single small light. The structure of the craft
>vansihed, leaving only the converged light. This light then shot
>off toward the sky at very high velocity.

>At around the same general time, a Belgian F-16 was dispatched
>to investigate one of these craft. The radar indicated that the
>object being pursued had a speed of about 770 knots, slowed to
>0 knots, and then accelerated to 990 knots in about one second.
>Such acceleration is not possible with current aircraft
>technology.


[...]

Kyle,

The 1989 Belgium UFO flap was debated on the List last year.  The
debate turned out to be the usual: skeptics on one side, truth seekers
on the other.

As usual, the skeptics kept throwing in the half-truths and the wrong
facts.  As usual, the good guys kept coming at them to tell the untold
stories.  One skeptic tried to get an edge by showing he could read
French (Le Duc de Mendoza, je crois), but he was surprised at how many
people could do more then that: they could understand French.

As usual, the skeptics, when showed the evidence, picked up their
marbles and quietly went into silent mode.  Since a skeptic's attitude
is not based upon the facts but upon belief, there was no loss for
them here.

Serge