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Re: 'Worm' UFOs Or Baloons?

From: Santiago Yturria Garza <syturria.nul>
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2007 19:38:03 +0000
Archived: Fri, 17 Aug 2007 16:53:56 -0400
Subject: Re: 'Worm' UFOs Or Baloons?

>From: Kentaro Mori <kentaro.mori.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2007 22:19:48 -0300
>Subject: Re: 'Worm' UFOs Or Baloons?

>And if one thinks these are 'mysterious, it must be
>considered that it has the same origins as even more
>incredible footage of flying horses and characters
>from Pokemon and Spongebob Squarepants - I'm not
>joking. Flying objects of those shapes were actually
>filmed and promoted as mysterious things.

It seems you are falling into eccentric terms sir. You are
forgetting that there is a huge variety of different sightings
of things in the sky reported through decades of research,
things that go from bizarre, rare, strange and disconcerting,
most unusual etc. sightings and reports also documented on video
from a whole variety of sources and to date most of these
reports remain unexplained.

You just became partial to the phenomena instead of getting into
a major study wich would may take at least a couple of years
analyzing decades of evidences from different nature. But you
took the easy way and went to the extreme position quoting
ridicule examples like Pokemon and Spongebob wich are not the
case and just revealed you are not serious in your inquiry.

If you were really serious you would have consulted a brazilian
expert in UFO fleets Ademar Gevaerd, researcher and editor of
the brazilian UFO Magazine and who has a big archive of UFO
fleet videos from Mexico as well as reports and testimonials
even from commercial pilots. Ademar has published several times
accurate information about this phenomena and is an important
colaborator in this international research.

Maybe you may learn something vaualble from Ademar instead of
continue quoting Pokemon and Sponge Bob trying to link these
characters with the legitimate research Mr. Mori.

>If it's reasonable to assume these were just
>balloons, as there  are balloons of the exact same
>shape being sold, then it's also reasonable to assume
>these Flotillas are also more common balloons.

>Unless someone proves and shows the contrary.

You are wrong again Mr. Mori. You should say Unless someone
proves with hard evidence that the UFO fleets are balloons the
phenomena will remain unexplained. As the lawyers say: "
Innocent until proven Guilty "

We have made a deep investigation for decades, we have made
recreations with actual balloons and they failed to behave like
a UFO fleet, we have asked skeptics to make their own
experiments throwing 1000 balloons to the sky to see the results
but they could not do the test. I could go on and on with this
just to prove we are working seriously to learn about this
phenomena and to date we have proven it's legitimacy.

You still have a lot to learn Mr. Mori but take things
seriously, don't take the easy way out by quoting eccentric
subjects that don't convince anyone. Invest some of your time
and effort like most of the researchers do all the time. Keep in
mind that the term " reasonable " does not go with the UFO
subject because this is a phenomena that challenges scientific
knowledge and common sense so unless you have an open mind to
confront the real phenomena you may not know what's this all

Santiago Yturria

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