Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon or commonly known as a UFOs. This is a photograph taken with a stereoscopic camera of a genuine, unidentifiable flying object from an aircraft’s window at 30,000 ft. by the late Dr. J. Allen Hynek, an astronomer, hired by the U.S. Air Force’s “Project Blue Book”, (from 1952 to 1969), to “explain away” UFO reports made by the public. Hynek, a scientist, was a skeptic at first and came up with various “explanations”, i.e. swamp gas, meteors, the planet Venus for example, to ease public hysteria at the time…the old flying saucer scare of the 50′s and 60′s. After running this P.R. front, with the data he accumulated and after strict scientific scrutiny, Hynek reversed his skepticism and came to the conclusion that about 10% of the reports were of a “high strangeness” nature, truly representing some kind of an unknown enigma coming and going in our air space at will.
Now take a close look at this object, open your mind for a minute, take this photo at face value for now. One has to think outside the box and try to understand this mysterious flying object pacing the airplane. Is it alive or some kind of craft or both or neither? I’ve been trying to figure this out for decades to no avail. I’m convinced this object is beyond our science and definitely beyond human comprehension. I don’t know if it’s coming or going in relation to the airplane. It appears to be self luminous, a very common characteristic of the phenomenon observed, like some of our deep sea bio luminous creatures many kilometers below our ocean’s surface. Or it might be some energy source inside of a body of something that might be invisible to us that’s surrounding it. Like the engine of a car with an invisible chassis. Or like the heart of a human being with an invisible body. I know I’m reaching here but I challenge anyone out there with a theory of their own. Notice the two appendages on top resembling the “nacelles” like Star Trek’s Enterprise’s nacelles. At the bottom you can see a row of lights. This object doesn’t make any sense. It is not a photo defect as some narrow minded skeptics claim. A lot of UFO reports are of a disc like nature including my own experience (see my first post). However most UAP reports are difficult to describe. The witnesses tend to “grope for words” trying to describe their experience by relating to everyday objects they can associate with like an “upside down ice cream cone”, a “large walnut”, or a car “standing on end” to an enormous “Ferris Wheel” in the sky, (description of my own experience along with others).Isn’t this fascinating? Aren’t you curious? I’m totally awed by this phenomenon. I truly wish mainstream scientists would ignore the stigma attached to this “giggle factor” and take the first step to try to solve this mystery. Who knows, you might be the next Einstein.
Are you listening Dr. Michio Kaku? (Mr. Colorful)