Saturday, 7 January 2017

UFO Clip Released By Chilean Navy 6th Jan 2017




                                             "This is the real deal" 

Something is going on. Watch all the way through!

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    1. They say it defies explanation. I thought briefly of a mirage. The funnels of a ship.

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  2. So very interesting.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Seems to have everyone flummoxed. All the experts agreed they know what it is not.

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  3. Hmm, being ruined by science fiction already, my mind wanders off in every direction to search for possible explanations in the world of Independence Day or SG1. This really is a bit alarming and indeed interesting footage, Gwil, I wonder if we ever will hear more about it! I hope so.
    From my swedish point of view: what is "flummoxed" ???? Greetings from Fairtrader.

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    1. Fairtrader welcome! "Flummoxed" is an old word you don't hear very often these days. But you can still hear it in the north of England. It means "baffled" or "perplexed" As you say "interesting footage" (especially considering the source and that fact that it defies any explanation from the worlds top aviation and astronomy etc. experts who have had 2 years to study it). It's good that Chile has an open policy re UFO's otherwise we'd know nothing about this. Maybe certain other nations should follow suit?

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    2. Indeed so, Gwil, there is no point in keeping people in the dark, we have seen too much of that foolishness through the years I reckon!!!
      Thank you for enlightning me of the deeper layers in the english language, I keep getting more educated by the minute!!! Or not.

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    3. I enjoyed reading some of your blog, although I haven't had time to leave a comment yet, but I'll get to it. It's rather hectic here at the moment. Thanks again, G.

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  4. I have come over from Weavers blog. Wow, what an amazing film. Now it is out there, more countries should get their scientists to study it.

    Watch the skies.

    (off to read more of your blog now)

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    1. You are very welcome here. Sol is a good name for a skywatcher!

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