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xx How to Read UFO Sightings
« Thread started on: Jun 22nd, 2017, 7:58pm »

The aliens have declassified some of their stuff - probably to promote UFO literacy - so here is a part that deals with UFO crashes. You know, that's when a flying saucer develops proton engine trouble, crashes, and the government gets always to the crash site first and cleans up the site as if nothing happened. Note that the trouble-prone flying saucers never develop any engine problem over a larger city, crashing into a city hall whilst doing 3,276 mph...

The term "flying saucer" isn't good for the theory of the crashes - the acronym UFO is used instead. You will see why.

Problems are mostly caused by errors and so here is an example:

BEEF + error = EBEF

"Ebef" is no longer a valid word living in the dictionary - it's a mistake. The same goes for UFO as a solid object.

UFO + error = ?

Actually there are five possible outcomes; five basic modeling errors that can disable an alien flying object.


Here is a question: The most famous UFO crash is the one that took place near Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. (We assume that an alien craft really hit the ground there.) What kind of trouble the UFO developed? OUF, OFU...?

Like in our plane crashes, one needs to examine the debris, and in the case of the Roswell crash the debris could be spread around like

O_____ F_____U


U_____O_____ F

or any one out of those five error possibilities.

This puzzle seems impossible to solve, until one realizes that the debris was picked up and examined by the personnel of the 509th Bomb Wing of the Hiroshima (in)fame stationed at Roswell. This fact creates a neutral 2(rows) x 3(columns) matrix.

5 0 9

Now you need to ask the folks at MUFON to kindly supply you with top ten UFO sightings based on the number of witnesses and the duration of the sighting. Here is a candidate:

This reported UFO sighting occurred over the Canary Islands on 22 June 1976. It is notable for its duration (over 40 minutes), multiple locations (it was observed in Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera, Gran Canaria and by a ship at sea) and multiple witnesses (several hundred people, including both civilian and military personnel). It is one of the few accounts to include a report of details of the occupants inside the craft. The official report on the incident, by the Spanish Air Force, was declassified in June 1994, but much of its content had already been released to the public in 1977, after journalist J Benitez obtained a number of military files and used them as the basis of a book on UFO cases.

But the witnesses never observed any trouble or even a crash!

Just hold on. Due time...

On March 27, 1977, two Boeing 747 passenger jets collided on the runway at Los Rodeos Airport (now Tenerife North Airport), on the Spanish island of Tenerife, Canary Islands. The crash killed 583 people, making it the deadliest accident in aviation history.

Now pay special attention to the time difference between the time of the UFO sighting and the time of the terrible disaster - the difference between 22 June 1976 and 27 March 1977.

22 June 1976 + (0 years, 5 months, 9 days) = 27 March 1977

You can see that the time difference in years, months and days, that is 0__5__9, is just an adjustment of 509 - which refers to the 509th Bomb Wing at Roswell and the 2x3 matrix.

509 is to UFO as 059 is to FUO


0 5 9

It follows that back in July 1947, the unfortunate flying saucer that crashed near Roswell developed the FUO kind of problem. Puzzle solved.

Now wait a minute! Naw, the aliens wouldn't cause a crash that killed 583(!) earthlings just to solve some puzzle.

No? Really? Just look at them:

That's what we've created and it bounced back, didn't it?

Here is a proof-like statement, which lessens the possibility that the FUO solution is a case of some weird coincidence. It logically aligns the number of those who got killed during the two-planes collision with the solution FUO.

583 is to together and alive, as 5 8 3 is to apart and dead.

Now fill the spaces in 5 8 3 with characters that logically belong there and create a congruence with F U O.

(5 = 8 - 3) == (F = U - O)

Just replace the letters F, U, O with numbers according to the alphabetical order and the congruence holds.

(5 = 8 - 3) == (6 = 21 - 15)

You can verbalize the above this way:

5 is to 8 and 3, as F is to U and O

So that's a part of a heuristic model that supports the idea that the UFO phenomenon is actually real - but some 853 million years ahead of us.
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xx Re: How to Read UFO Sightings
« Reply #1 on: Jul 11th, 2017, 7:12pm »

on Jun 22nd, 2017, 7:58pm, travex wrote:
On March 27, 1977, two Boeing 747 passenger jets collided on the runway at Los Rodeos Airport (now Tenerife North Airport), on the Spanish island of Tenerife, Canary Islands. The crash killed 583 people, making it the deadliest accident in aviation history.

That terrible plane crash happened in 1977, in the year that marked the 30th anniversary of an event that has played a significant part in the UFO history: the alleged alien craft crashing near Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.

The decimal system we use is particular to the anniversaries with numbers ending with zero - those mark a decade. In this respect, after 30 comes 40, and so the 40th anniversary of the horrific Tenerife crash falls on this year.

The question is: Would the aliens observe this anniversary the same way they did back in 1977, when they purposely let the Man's activities unattended?"

As it turned out, this time they interfered on behalf of air travel safety and didn't let us screw up all the way to the tragic end like it happened in Tenerife.

SAN FRANCISCO In what one aviation expert called a near-miss of what could have been the largest aviation disaster ever, an Air Canada pilot on Friday narrowly avoided a tragic mistake: landing on the San Francisco International Airport taxiway instead of the runway.
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