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#1 Hum

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:16

Sightings of mysterious flying craft with capabilities unknown on Earth have confounded mankind throughout recorded history. Most have been convincingly explained away as unfamiliar aircraft, natural phenomena or illusions. But then there are the others, witnessed in our time by pilots and air traffic controllers, military leaders, scientists, law enforcement officers and other trained observers, sometimes with physical evidence, including corroboration on film and video.

"We don't know what they are," says Nick Pope, a former head of the official UFO office in Britain's Ministry of Defense. "But they do exist."

As agreed by authorities around the world, these truly unexplainable unidentified flying objects appear solid, metallic and luminous, able to operate with speeds and maneuvers that defy the laws of physics. And, most chilling of all, they often behave as if under intelligent control.

One such case has just come to light in Chile, and was presented by government officials for the first time at a press conference on March 13.

It was a glorious, sunny morning on Nov. 5, 2010, when crowds gathered to celebrate the changing of the Air Force Command at El Bosque Air Base in Santiago. From different locations, spectators aimed video cameras and cell phones at groups of acrobatic and fighter jets performing an air show overhead. Nobody saw anything amiss.

But afterward, an engineer from the adjacent Pillán aircraft factory noticed something bizarre while viewing his footage in slow motion. He turned it over to the government's well known Committee for the Study of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena, or CEFAA, for analysis.

Gen. Ricardo Bermúdez, formerly chief commander of the Air Force's 3rd Air Brigade (southern area) and an air attaché in London, was one of CEFAA's founders, and he currently directs the agency with a full-time staff of three.

"Our mission is to study cases of unidentified aerial phenomena for which there is adequate data, to determine any possible risk to air operations," says Bermúdez. "Since this is a worldwide phenomenon, it should be subjected to rigorous scientific analysis so we can come to viable conclusions."

CEFAA officials were able to collect seven videos of the El Bosque UFO taken from different vantage points. Bermúdez commissioned scientists from many disciplines, aeronautical experts, and Air Force and Army Photogrametric technicians to subject the videos to intense scrutiny. They all came to the same conclusions.

Each video included three different, mainly horizontal loops flown by the UFO within seconds of each other. The object made elliptical passes either near or around each of three sets of performing jets. It flew past the Halcones, F-5s and F-16s at speeds so fast it was not noticed by the pilots or anyone on the ground below.

Images show it as a dome-shaped, flat-bottomed object with no visible means of propulsion. The rounded top reflects the sun and appears metallic; the bottom is darker and flat, emitting some form of energy which is visible in photo analysis. Infrared studies show the entire object is radiating heat, just like the jets.

This extraordinary machine was flying at velocities too high to be man-made. Scientists have estimated the speed, depending on the size of the object, to be at least 4000 - 6000 mph. Humans inside this object could not survive. And, somehow, it made no sonic boom, a noise similar to thunder which occurs whenever something exceeds the speed of sound (750 mph at sea level). The shock waves generated from an object at such high velocities would normally be enormous. But no known aircraft or drone could possibly fly this fast at such low altitudes anyway. Our fastest air-breathing jet, the SR-71, has a maximum speed of just over 2,000 mph, but that's at high altitudes.

And, the strange object is clearly operating under intelligent control. It zooms towards each set of jets at about their height, circles around and zooms back out again. Pilots who were shown the trajectory of the object in the three flybys were amazed that this maneuver is characteristic of reconnaissance aircraft coming in for a quick look at others in the sky.

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:26

The really should stop calling them UFO's because of the negative assumptions that comes with that. UFO means nothing more than unidentified flying object but the second you call it that, most people assume you are trying to say it was aliens even though nothing about the true meaning of UFO implies that. If I fly a remote control airplane over an air strip and they can't identify who/what it is, they will classify it as a UFO.

Assuming this video is legit, it could simply be a secret government project. Not saying it is or isn't that or aliens, or anything else. Calling it a UFO makes people think you are crazy.

Of course, UFO probably gets more page views for the news. :p

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:29

I can't tell where the UFO is... the grey pixel or the blue one.

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:32

Insect on lens


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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:33

I can't tell where the UFO is... the grey pixel or the blue one.

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:35

I want to believe. :rofl:

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:36

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On an other note, don't you find it strange all of these "UFO's" are over AIR BASES!!!!



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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:38

The lack of sonic boom is a pretty good giveaway that it's not real. Most likely a bug that's flying around the lens and gave the perspective of actually being around the jets.

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:41

clearly holding the camera wrong

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:45

The lack of sonic boom is a pretty good giveaway that it's not real. Most likely a bug that's flying around the lens and gave the perspective of actually being around the jets.


Wow you seem to be smarter than the people paid to do this. Maybe they should hire you? Someone I find it hard to believe that someone else didn't think of this first. Lets be real. The fact that it hasn't yet been proven a fake points to the fact that the obvious explanations have already been ruled out. Please read the post fully.


"CEFAA officials were able to collect seven videos of the El Bosque UFO taken from different vantage points."
"Each video included three different, mainly horizontal loops flown by the UFO within seconds of each other. The object made elliptical passes either near or around each of three sets of performing jets."

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:45

The lack of sonic boom is a pretty good giveaway that it's not real. Most likely a bug that's flying around the lens and gave the perspective of actually being around the jets.


It's pretty dumb to assume that a UFO would obey standard aircraft physic rules considering they probably had to go faster then light to get here..

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:50

once again only the crappiest of cameras were on hand to record this strange phenomenon. Why is this stuff even reported anymore, most cell phone cameras would be able to capture better pictures than this.

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 14:59

Wow you seem to be smarter than the people paid to do this. Maybe they should hire you? Someone I find it hard to believe that someone else didn't think of this first. Lets be real. The fact that it hasn't yet been proven a fake points to the fact that the obvious explanations have already been ruled out. Please read the post fully.


"CEFAA officials were able to collect seven videos of the El Bosque UFO taken from different vantage points."
"Each video included three different, mainly horizontal loops flown by the UFO within seconds of each other. The object made elliptical passes either near or around each of three sets of performing jets."


Calm down... It even says in the article that they noticed the lack of sonic boom, so I reiterated my believe due to that fact.
Unless the aircraft could somehow counteract air resistance, it's not possible to negate a sonic boom.

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 15:02

Calm down... It even says in the article that they noticed the lack of sonic boom, so I reiterated my believe due to that fact.
Unless the aircraft could somehow counteract air resistance, it's not possible to negate a sonic boom.

But it is possible for 7 cameras from completely different vantage points to capture the same bug in the same three locations. Lets think this one through for more than a second eh?

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 15:03

It's pretty dumb to assume that a UFO would obey standard aircraft physic rules considering they probably had to go faster then light to get here..


Faster than the speed of light? Probably not.
Considering the age of the universe, it would be a more probable assumption that if it was a live form, it has a life duration much much longer than ours and thus could tolerate an extremely long trip.
It's very doubtful that the laws of physics will be exceeded. Variances in a physical body are much more realistic.