The UAP phenomenon requires an active investigative response to move toward a scientific solution.
This is literally identical to the giant object we witnessed in Mississauga, around 1980
Report Summary of the above photograph:
Randy Etting, a resident of Newtown, was taking a walk outside his home. A commercial airline pilot with over 30 years experience, he always looked at the sky… he saw a number of orange and red lights… approaching from the west… He… got his binoculars and called his neighbors to come outside. The object by this time was a great deal closer and seemed to be over I-84, just east of Etting’s home… the lights were shimmering like distortion from engine heat, but he could hear no sound…
“As the UFO passed over I-84, cars in both the east and west bound lanes began pulling over and stopping. The UFO displayed a semi-circular pattern of very bright multicolored lights. Five motorists reported that, as the object became visible, “a number of cars lost power and had to pull off the highway” (a common characteristic of the phenomenon). A State Police officer [who wishes to remain anonymous] sent to investigate photographed the object.
“… Dr. Bruce Maccabee… [analysed the photo]. His findings indicate the object was huge, perhaps over a thousand feet across, and that the lights showed a definite pattern. He also indicated the lights seemed to have been flashing very quickly in some sort of sequence, giving the impression that some were out of focus while others were sharp.
Isn’t this fascinating? Aren’t you curious? I’m totally awed by this enigma. I truly wish mainstream scientists would ignore the stigma attached to this “giggle factor” and take the first step to try to solve this mystery. Today’s laws of physics might not apply here. One has to think outside the box regarding this world wide phenomenon.
Who knows, you might be the next Einstein.
Are you listening Dr. Michio Kaku? (Mr… Colorful), with the huge ego
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Kuiper Belt object (KBO), located on the outer rim of our solar system at a staggering distance of 4 billion miles from the Sun