ch1n1t0 wrote:All of them were behaving as nothing known to or being produced by man.
ch1n1t0 wrote:Now, I have to say I don't have anything pointing towards a certain answer regarding the origin of the "operators" of those crafts, but still, I think what we observed was not a test. A very simple reason - if the military were conducting tests, would they make such incredible and obviously dangerous manouvers above populated areas? I remind you that we're talking about the military here, and if they were testing the capabilities of some new experimental crafts in a certain environment or some military excersises, they wouldn't be doing that above populated areas such as Troyan and the many villages scattered around.
Date: 12.08.2005 Time: 01:45 A.M. Place: Riasten, 20 km north east of Ålen
Observer: Bjørn Holden
Bjørn Holden was at his mountain cottage at Riasten, which is located close to the road between Ålen and Tydal. He was asleep when his dog woke him up at 01:45 A.M. The dog was very restless, which is unusual. Bjørn went up and saw a strong ball of light just above the ground, close to the road, just behind a high power cable, towards west. The light was moving towards east, towards him. It had a shape of an egg, and the color was yellow and white, with a green light at the shape. The intensity was very strong, and it was big. Bjørn estimate the size as the size of his cowhouse, which is 15 x 7 meters. The ground beneath it was illuminated. It seemed as the lightrays were mainly directed downwards. The light moved across the house Bjørn was inside. Suddenly he saw an area on the roof, inside, which is illuminating (!). It looks as if the light is coming through the roof, as a ray, 1 m in diameter, pointing downwards. This light from the roof is strong enough to illuminate the room. Bjørn think this was the strangest thing about the whole happening. How can the light go throught the turfed roof ? The lightphenomenon turned towards south, moved to mount Gjervolla. There is turn around and move towards north, on the eastern side of Bjørn and his mountain cottage. The light moved behind the hill Liavollen, which is closest to the mountain cottage, and in front of the hill Melevolden which is behind. The light moved slowly upwards and speeded up. It disappeared behind the mountains in north west. Total observation time was 10 minutes.
Ref. Bjarne Lillevold.
NITI (Bulgarian: НИТИ) is a very light-weight, stealthy remote-controlled Bulgarian unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). It has been designed and constructed in 2006 by Armstechno Co. Orders from the Bulgarian Army are expected. Other militaries have shown interest in the UAV, as it is light, easy to repair and maintain, yet has a range and service ceiling similar or bigger to other much more advanced and expensive systems of the same type. It mounts a color surveillance camera, a thermal vision camera, and has an option for adding chemical and radioactive contamination dosimeters. Its main tasks are air surveillance of contaminated areas, regions with possible terrorist group activity, artillery correction or observation of natural disaster-stricken areas. NITI has a max. fuel capacity of 38 l. It also has a programmable autopilot system and GPS system. A handful of NITI aircraft have been exported to Turkey and Indonesia.
Length: 3.0 m (9,8 ft)
Wingspan: 5.38 m (17,58 ft)
Height: 0.55 m (21.65 in)
Wing area: 2.35 m² ()
Max takeoff weight: 60 kg (27.22 lbs)
Powerplant: 1× 106iB2 Two-cylinder engine, 10,7 hp (8 kW)
Maximum speed: +120 km/h
Cruise speed: 90-110 km/h
Range: 500 km ()
Service ceiling: 5,000 m ()
As it passed, we could very well see that it was a flat triangular shape, with a bright white light at its center, and three red lights in the angles.
Martin : the light polluted air and area that was as a background for the craft from our POV, enabled us to see the craft's shape as clearly as we would've seen it in daylight, however, since the lights are distant, the object, however, wasn't lit by any light source (remember, it was New Moon, and the perfectly visible Milky Way didn't do any good for making it easier for us to observe the objects), so apart from perfectly distinguishable shape, the rotations that I previously explained, and the position of the lights on the craft itself, we couldn't make out anything like markings on the surface, registration numbers, or any of that sort.
Martin : And let me stress this again as I don't see people tackling that little but important, imo, detail - the triangle was VERTICALLY (perfectly perpendicular to the horizon, not inclined neither to the front, nor back) positioned according to the ground, while flying in a horizontal direction.. From the very limited knowledge I have on aerodynamics and physics, this is completely illogical!
I just don't understand your concerns about you not helping or being in the way
The Nab' : They did not even try to limit the propagation of details of the story by questioning the children separately. Instead they asked leading questions, added their own biases and interpretations, created false memories.
All the worst practices in ufology
Martin : I'll have to admit that I don't like just one thing - when you guys question about the probability of my memories fading away from that moment till today
October 30, 2010 at 6:59 am
I am not sure of the numbers else where but we live in a very small village in Bulgaria, with often incredible night sky’s with panoramic views. In the 5 years we have been living here we have seen at least 9, 8.5 to 9/10 level sightings and I don’t spend hours watching for them, but most of the time they are very bright orbs of light travelling south easterly at low alt, I have even managed to film them. So I am sure if anyone were more dedicated, subject to weather and clear skies you would probably catch 2 or 5 a week of these strange things, but it seems on one wants to know!!!1
ryguy wrote:2 to 5 a week? Geez...how much is a plane ticket to Bulgaria??
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