Saturday, December 21, 2019

UFO Breaks Laws of Physics - whatEVER

UFO spotted by Navy Pilot "broke laws of physics"

An image taken from a video released by the Defense Department's Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program shows a 2004 encounter near San Diego between two Navy F/A-18F fighter jets and an unknown object. U.S. Department of Defense

People always ask me..."greencrow, why don't you ever write about UFO's and other "tinfoil hat" stuff?"  Actually, nobody ever asks me that--but the truth is, I don't--and this article which appeared in today's Vancouver Sun is a textbook case on why.  First of's always "US Navy Pilots" who spot this stuff.  That is the first clue that it's a hoax.  The US Navy is a bubble of extreme corruption within the terminally corrupt US military system.  They're all sodomizing each other on those ships and then blackmailing each other into concocting fairy tales with which to terrorize the sheeple USrael population.  

The whole enchilada is summarized by the "USS Liberty" atrocity.  But truly, it's been going on for decades, indeed hundreds of years, beginning with the "pirate" era which was in truth just government mercenaries plundering each other's loot stolen from the North American indigenous peoples.

But, I digress.

Please read the following silly story and I will have concluding and illuminating comments to follow:


U.S. navy pilot who witnessed something strange over Pacific in 2004 breaks silence

It wasn’t a bird. It wasn’t a plane. It was definitely a UFO.

Fifteen years after U.S. navy pilot Chad Underwood filmed something strange over the Pacific Ocean, he broke his silence in an interview with New York Magazine.

The video that Underwood captured from the radar pod on his F/A-18 Super Hornet has been featured by the New York Times, and it confirms another sighting by a different pilot earlier the same day.

They call the object that they saw “the Tic Tac” because it appeared to be about 40-feet long and a white oblong shape, hovering above the Pacific off the coast of Mexico.

“It is just what we call a UFO. I couldn’t identify it. It was flying. And it was an object. It’s as simple as that,” Underwood said.

Underwood, who has served as a flight instructor as well as a navy pilot, said he doesn’t want to be caught up in “the little green men crazies” who obsess over UFOs and extraterrestrials. But he insists that he saw something, and he’s quite sure that the obvious explanations don’t fit the facts.

The object went from around 50,000 feet down to about a hundred feet above sea level in seconds, according to the observations. Despite moving so fast, the object didn’t create a sonic boom, and it didn’t give any indication of exhaust plumes that would indicate some sort of propulsion.

For starters, Underwood doesn’t believe it was a bird.

“You don’t see birds at 5,000 or 10,000 or 20,000 feet. That’s just not how birds operate,” he said.

And it probably wasn’t some sort of top-secret test aircraft, because someone in the military probably would’ve just told him if that was the case. Somebody from NORAD phoned the USS Nimitz immediately after the sighting to get an account of what Underwood saw.

“You know, I’ve got top-secret clearance with a ton of special-project clearances. So, it’s not like I wasn’t cleared to know. But, as I’m sure you’ve found in your research, to have clearance to know something, you have to have both the clearance that it’s elevated to and you have to have the ‘need to know’ it. And, clearly, whatever it was, if it was a government project, I did not need to know.”

The incident was sufficiently serious that the military also spent two weeks trying to figure out what Underwood saw, including recalibrating the radar system to make sure it was working properly.

“The thing that stood out to me the most was how erratic it was behaving. And what I mean by ‘erratic’ is that its changes in altitude, air speed, and aspect were just unlike things that I’ve ever encountered before flying against other air targets,’ Underwood told the magazine.

“Because, aircraft, whether they’re manned or unmanned, still have to obey the laws of physics. They have to have some source of lift, some source of propulsion. The Tic Tac was not doing that. It was going from like 50,000 feet to, you know, a hundred feet in like seconds, which is not possible.”

‘If it was obeying physics like a normal object that you would encounter in the sky — an aircraft, or a cruise missile, or some sort of special project that the government didn’t tell you about — that would have made more sense to me. The part that drew our attention was how it wasn’t behaving within the normal laws of physics".

2019 has been a big year for UFO stuff. In May, the New York Times reported on objects observed by navy pilots, including one incident in 2014 where a Super Hornet nearly hit something. That report built on a 2017 story about the Pentagon’s secretive Advanced Aerospace Thread Identification Program which analyzes UFO sightings.

And then in September, the Times reported on the work of former Blink-182 frontman Tom DeLonge, who quit the band to become a UFO researcher. It was the DeLonge’s work in part that apparently caused the U.S. military to acknowledge several objects caught on film that cannot be identified. Flying objects.

“We’ve been waiting around as scholars and researchers on the subject for many decades and hoping to God that one day the government would come out and acknowledge what this is,” DeLonge told the newspaper.

One of the key videos that DeLonge and his organization, The Stars Academy of Arts & Science, have focused on in their research, is the 2004 Tic Tac video filmed by Underwood.


Greencrow says:  So, as I said above, the first clue that this story is a hoax...probably a product placement piece for the recently released Hollywood Star Wars that it is a US Navy pilot who is making the UFO disclosure.  The other major clue is that he uses "the laws of physics" as the main indicator that the object was a "UFO".

‘If it was obeying physics like a normal object that you would encounter in the sky — an aircraft, or a cruise missile, or some sort of special project that the government didn’t tell you about — that would have made more sense to me. The part that drew our attention was how it wasn’t behaving within the normal laws of physics".

Lol.  The poor old "Laws of Physics".  Here they're being dragged out of the closet again to prove that something must have been from outer space.  It's not like the military care about "the laws of physics".  Where were the "laws of physics" when the military were testifying before the Congress/Senate back in the early 2000's about what happened on 9/11?  Did any of the generals who testified before the government ever say.."The collapses of the Twin Towers defied the "laws of physics"? 

Noooooooooooo!  They didn't give a shit about the Laws of Phyics then so why should the Laws of Physics be invoked now? They didn't, and still don't give a shit about how the Laws of Physics are broken hundreds of times in the official Apollo Lunar Hoax story. The sheeple have deliberately been denied any education on what the Laws of Physics are...for occasions just like these.

Three NYC structured steel skyscraper buildings can collapse neatly into their footprints in 6.5 seconds on one afternoon due to office fires melting the steel--but the navy/US military doesn't say boo.  Some random navy pilot claims he saw a dot moving erratically on his radar--and the "immutable laws of physics" are invoked as proof.

It's "proof" alright.  Proof that the entire military complex [and the mainZtream media that published these stories] in the US is corrupt to the core...second rate...degenerate...and a dire enemy of the people it was created and paid to serve and protect!


wallflower said...

lol > lol GC...(I needed a good laugh!) You, uh um TRUMP the Times with the Green Crow Caw. gooooooooooooooo girl!

greencrow said...

Hi Wallflower:

Laughter, as they used to say, is the best medicine. For lying ba$tards and everything else that Ailz us.


INCOMING!!!!!!! said...

Hi gc. love your textual restraint on all this mockingbird rubbish. only in the USofA where money can be found for anything apart from humanity! I digress. Re navy i would concur with the criminality of the whole process. flag rank means narco escort. a cursory glance at UK cruiser dev around the median of 1930AD shows that all the wetting of pants in Admiratly house was about IJN narco heavy cruisers actually doing a job on the Shanghai/Mumbai run. kingy and his gang didn't like that and the USofA wasn't homologated yet vietnamstylee. Little signs like buggering MacArthur's plans for SE Asia in 4th quarter 45/1st quarter 46 give that game away.

as for spending time with looney toons watching the skies. well guilty as charged , the cops checked us out and got back to their doughnuts. my chums continued scaring the wild life whilst looking for emininces in the digital cameras. an enjoyablenight's malarky. however as a by product of chatting over many ales back then these guys could fill in some blanks on harz mountains, "toxicology tests", tall buildings & nukes and invisibility cloaks. They'd experienced"stuff" and all that is now forgotten in death decades later.

now all we get is brewster buffalo top guns and jackanory bogies.

greencrow said...

Hi INCOMING!!!!!!!!!!

I always enjoy deciphering your comments ; ) They have a certain je ne sais quoi.

Donna said...

super, super rendition on the laws of physics, loved it.