Topic If you saw an UFO
UFO: Unidentified Flying Object.
Flying things can land. Flying things can fly very low.
I could see a flying bug ive never seen before 1 foot off the ground. Its technically a UFO and i could easily go to it :P
If you saw an UFO in a specific place would you go there at that time? Or would you go there later? Or would you ever go there?
Sure, because unidentified doesn't mean intergalactic spacecraft. :)
I saw tons of 'UFOs' with about a dozen other people in Wales a couple of years ago. Dozens of red-orange orbs. We all stood outside watching them. First thought was 'Chinese lanterns,' except they disappeared and reappeared, changed course, and did 90 degree turns.
I think there were military bases nearby. I tend to think most sightings are military projects.
If it was a spacecraft then I would check it because it could be a human spacecraft that crashed and someone needs help.
If it wasn't a spacecraft I wouldn't even check it unless it looked awesome (like a small meteorite).
If it was an alien ship then it couldn't be an alien ship because there's no one stupid and smart enough at the same time to be able to travel from so far away but not know how to land.
I heard about russian meteorite. I suddenly got excited and asked my surroundings if we could go there. The talk carried out and revealed that meteorite didnt reach the ground and that there are places where you cant go and its big city and other people might be looking for it too.
in short, theres NO WAY you, you, my dear Yeou would EVER get to collect meteorite pieces from the ground!
well... if I saw a meteorite going down somewhere nearby and experience the impact, I would go that instant to where the thing landed. ALL OUTERSPACEROCKS BE MINE! MINE! MY OWN! MY PRECIOUSSSSSSShh.... haah.. haah. Yep. *nods*
And UFO? Depending on the shape, perhaps. If the shape is that of a dragon, especially then. At least to observe.
There was a big UFO thing that occurred in my town in 1993. I was only 5 years old so was asleep at the time.
But people reported seeing dancing triangles, reports come from all over the town and surrounding areas towards the north coast of Cornwall.
My own family experienced what they where told could have only been ball lightning, on the same night... Apparently it shot passed the front of the house by a big slide door we had, then down the side of the house, then back up and was gone.
Personally, If I saw a UFO land somewhere, I'd run towards it in an attempt to make contact. If they looked like something out of Alien vs Predator then I'd probably then run away again. But if they looked anything like Na'vi or Draeneis, I'd want to go with them.
There isn't much left here for me.
Take a big clear picture of it for once, possibly two. Or film it, yes film it! No blurry crap. Then run away like the wind and become FILTHY RICH.
Also possibly make up a story of how the aliens inside it tried to rape me and stuff, you know, just a back-up story to become EVEN MORE FILTHY RICH.
Edited by Aximili on 17/03/13 15:50 (GMT)
I have no idea what I just watched. I watched it all the way through, listening to what they were saying and reading the comments, but I have no clue what it was supposed to be. I am not a smart pup. **
Anyways, there's a few different scenarios which would affect my response.
Did the craft crashland?
If so, I'd probably panic on the spot, hope someone came along, and then run towards where it landed, becasue crashing is not good and the person inside would probably need help.
Is the craft hovering above my home/town in a non-friendly way?
If it is, then under my bed would become the most comforting place to be.
Did I see it go down in a controlled way, to land somewhere?
I would probably head there, being sure to collect my boyfriend as he'd never forgive me if he knew I'd seen something like this and not told him. I'd also be very cautious in case whatever was there was hostile - be it a little green fellow or a larger human one.
Also in the case of actual aliens, I would likely wet my pants. Because no one wants to probe something which doesn't have complete control over it's bodily functions.
So I googled it. Apparently the "debris" with the notches in them are UFO's, in that no one can quite figure out why they change directions when they're near the tether.
Edited by Pogrebnik on 19/03/13 01:22 (GMT)
You should rather double check this one, dating back to Apollo 17. It's a direct /facepalm to NASA's blatant censorship.
Just pay close attention to Cernans visor at all times, position of Schmitt, and you get yourself a BIG Houston, we have a problem. Also notice how Cernans voice is shaking at the time.
You may or may not find what I'm telling you here.
Hint: Pay close attention to the reflection, right when Cernan says "bag number 4...". Mark and track it back, and witness it for yourself.