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Posted by Michelle/">Michelle on May 5, 1999 12:36:05 UTC

: : : As far as I know red, orange, and white lights aren't regulation colors to have on an airplane. All the planes I have seen have red lights on them only. The reason why I am calling it a UFO is because that's what it was. We know what planes look like and what we saw wasn't a plane. I'm so fascinated by it because it looked so weird and we didn't and still don't know what it was. If you ask me I think you are a very closed minded person. Why should you be right in saying it was a plane and nothing else. I didn't even claim to have seen a UFO. I don't know what it was I saw but it wasn't a plane. Plus, you weren't even there so how can you say what it is or isn't. Just get over the plane idea.

: : But it was 12 am, so how could you tell definitively wheather or not it was a plane?-it was dark, all you could see were the lights and that it moved across the sky just like an airplane. The reason I call it a plane is because what else do you call something that flies in the sky? Why am I a closed mined person? Is it because I am not credulous-in that case I take your statement as a compliment. I would rather be skeptical and criticize the situation scientifically than accept everything I hear at face value without asking any questions. I could believe in the Land of Oz then. I was simply giving you a scientific evaluation of the facts you wrote about, and the simplist and most logical conclusion is that it was an airplane of some sort. I ask you again, if it wasn't an airplane, what was it? And don't say UFO because that can mean many things. I will lose the plane idea once I have sufficient evidence to do so, but as yet I do not. I'm simply giving you a plausible explanation. What kind of plane it was I can't answer of course, but it was likely a plane of some sort. : : I totally agree with you that you were not able to identify the object that you saw, but if you are saying that the object was a spaceship being flown by aliens, I do not agree with you. If I got confused on what you meant by UFO I am sorry, but usually when someone says UFO they are refering to aliens.

: Okay, I'm not saying it was a spaceship full of aliens, but I am saying it wasn't an airplane. If it was an airplane I wouldn't have posted a message in the first place and me and my friends wouldn't be confused as to what we saw. It wasn't a plane, this I know. I'm not saying it is a UFO though. I just want to know what it was.

ok, both of ya can stop arguing about the plane issue!! i believe that aeroplane is not the only thing on earth that can fly!! i just want to know if u people have any idea that the government might be conducting experiments on an alternative flying objects other than aeroplane....... or that they are trying to build a UFO compatible flying machine. i'd seen plane flying all the time, and i m pretty sure that what you had seen isn't just a plane...... it might be something else that we had not encountered before!! and how do u know that there aren't any life forms living outside our planet earth?? there could be another civilisation with better technology such that they are able to fly light years in a matter of hours.... don't you think so??

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