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Re: Black Projects Come Out

From: John Velez <johnvelez.aic.nul>
Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2002 14:10:34 -0500
Archived: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 12:21:38 -0400
Subject: Re: Black Projects Come Out


>From: Tim Matthews <TMMatthews99.nul>
>To: updates.nul
>Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2002 03:41:59 EST
>Subject: Black Projects Come Out

>Dear All,

>Below, an article for the New Scientist by David Windle who
>assisted me in researching my book, UFO Revelation, published by
>Cassell in 1999. The article demonstrates what the few people
>like me have been saying all along. That many of the better UFO
>sightings are, indeed, black projects aircraft at various stages
>of production.

>We were right all along... and this is but one example that has
>seen the light of day.....

>Tim Matthews.

>-----

>Source: The New Scientist

>http://www.newscientist.com/news/news.jsp?id=ns99992946

>TOP SECRET STEALTH JET REVEALED
>By David Windle
>New Scientist
>October 21, 2002

>A formerly top secret, bat-winged stealth jet has taken the
>aviation world by surprise, after a low key unveiling in St
>Louis, Missouri. It may look like it flew straight off the
>screen of a sci-fi movie, but the Bird of Prey is no flight of
>fancy - it could translate into serious business for its makers,
>aerospace giant Boeing.

Hi Tim,

With all due respect... don't you think it's a little 'early' in
the proceedings to break out the confetti and champagne? All
that is being announced here is a 'bat-winged stealth jet.'

Although you 'may be' quite correct in your assumption, I don't
see how this one configuration, even if it is able to hover and
maneuver like a classic 'UFO,' (of which no mention is made)
somehow provides an explanation for, as you say, 'many of the
better UFO sightings.'  (?)

In fact, the only reported sighting of such an object that I can
recall, involved a photograph of a bat-winged object that later
proved to be the result of a focus/lens aberration. I 'think' it
was Bruce who sussed that one out.

Unless many of the 'better' UFO sightings involve a 'bat-winged'
object, I don't see the relevance. Much less, cause to
celebrate. As much as many of us would like it to be otherwise,
- the jury is still out on UFOs.

Save the party-hats and bubbly for a later date. We're still
light-years away from having any solid or reliable answers to
_any_ of this UFO business. Unfortunately for us all.


Regards,

John Velez


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