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What Were the Objects that Were Shot Down Over North America?

Opinion piece by Margie Kay

For many of us who have been investigating Unidentified Aerial Objects for years, the recent events in which the military used expensive missiles to take objects down is highly suspect. I've spoken to at least 10 seasoned investigators and all of us wonder why anyone is even mentioning UFOs since in our experience, UFOs are technologically far superior to anything our governments have on Earth, and certainly could move out of the way of a missile in a tenth of a second.

Navy footage of the so-called Tic Tac is evidence that UFOs can move at extremely high rates of speed both in the air and under water. The technology required to do that is far superior to anything that the military has - at least that we know of. That does not rule out special top-secret aircraft that involves anti-gravity and the manipulation of space-time, perhaps gleaned from a crashed UFO in the past by our government. The 1947 UFO crash or the 1941 Cape Girardeau crash come to mind.

Were the objects over Alaska, U.S., and Lake Huron weather balloons, corporate balloons, or a $12 party balloon? In the U.S. alone 1,200 weather balloons are launched daily. The octagonal shaped object with strings hanging off of it sounds like an oddly shaped dirigible or something made to carry a payload. I doubt if aliens would be piloting something with strings hanging off of it.

Why hasn't the government retrieved these objects yet? And why are officials speculating about what they were? There may be many reasons, including the possibility that our government wasted $400,000 dollar sidewinder missiles on experimental balloons, or that they did not waste that money and we're dealing with more spy aircraft over the U.S. and Canada. In either case, they don't want us to know about their mistakes. And if, by some miracle, they were UFOs from another dimension or solar system, our government is not going to tell the public in order to avoid panic.

No, we are not being invaded by extraterrestrials. And no, the last event was not a party balloon. Latex balloons pop at 32,000 feet and mylar balloons burst at lower altitudes. Besides, they are so small that it is difficult to believe that one could be mistaken for a spy balloon or UFO.

We may never know the truth.

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