From: Bruce Maccabee <brumac.nul> Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2004 13:06:21 -0500 Fwd Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2004 17:30:34 -0500 Subject: Re: New Zealander First To Explain UFOs - Maccabee >Source: Scoop - New Zealand >http://www.scoop.co.nz/mason/stories/SC0403/S00064.htm >17 March 2004 >PRESS RELEASE: >New Zealander First To Explain UFOs >For centuries unexplained lights have appeared in the night sky >with no suitable theory though many have been advanced. A New >Zealander is claiming he was the first to successfully explain >the mystery lights commonly called "UFOs" with a unified theory. >These are the hard-to-explain UFO cases. Author and researcher >Peter Coleman has revealed the real science behind these >unexplained UFO fireballs. <snip> >The key idea is that many UFO reports are actually luminous >vortices. Only vortices have the power and unpredictibility to >account for extreme events. Couple this to the idea that a >vortex is actually on fire in a spheroidal zone of vortex >breakdown and you have a potent formula that will explain many >puzzling lights. >Vortex breakdown is the essential element. The low air speeds in >this region enable a combustion flame to survive amidst the >surrounding high speed air streams. Imagine seeing such a vortex >at night all that you would see would be the fireball region >moving around in seemingly unpredictable fashion and against the >wind! >That such atmospheric vortex burners should exist is >indisputable and first postulated by Coleman. The whole concept >is firmly based on known ideas and results in science. Coleman >believes that a correct solution could not have eventuated prior >to 1957 simply because vortex breakdown was discovered in 1957 >on the leading edge of model wings of planes. How many night light UFO sightings occur at the same time that a high speed jet is zooming by to create vorticies of combustible gas? (Where dd that comubstible gas come from, anyway?) >The speculation and confirmnation that naturally occurring >vortices should exhibit vortex breakdown would have have come >later. Vortex breakdown has been seen in tornadoes only >relatively recently by Pauley and Snow in 1988. Reports in early >meteorological literature testify that such vortex burners >exist. Collectively there is now sufficient evidence in favour >of this unified theory. >Dr Stanley Singer a ball litghtning researcher, retired >Professor Karl Nickel, Russian Scientists such as Marina Pankova >and now a prominent scientist and physicist Bernard Haisch t>hinks that the theory may explain some UFOs. Perhaps... some UFOs. OK. Which ones? This doesn't explain the New Zealand sightings of December, 1978.
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