They have.With all the drones available today, I'm surprised a bored teenager hasn't tricked out a drone to fly low over his neighborhood slow enough to see but too fast to photograph well. Two ways that could go:
1. YouTube sensation.
2. Local news item: "Nerd crashes drone into Mayor's house."
Now it's pyramid shapes. Before it was pill, tic-tac and boomerang shaped UAV’s.
Why can't these aliens pick a shape and stick with it!!??
It uses highly pressured mercury accelerated by nuclear energy to produce a plasma that creates a field of anti-gravity around the ship. Conventional thrusters located at the tips of the craft allow it to perform all manner of rapid high speed maneuvers along all three axes. Interestingly, the plasma generated also reduces radar signature significantly. So it'll be almost invisible on radar & remain undetectedLook up TR-3B military aircraft. It's probably an updated version of this.
Look up TR-3B military aircraft. It's probably an updated version of this.
That is a full of Lucifier liar....
The unfurling "chute" and navigation lights definitely take away from the mystique of this "best film yet" of the Bigfoot Air Force. It's like seeing the shadow of the boom mike on the wall of a TV drama. People are desperate to believe anything otherworldly, especially when anything entertaining about the real news is drowned in unwatchable rioting, crime, and the continual assault by our own crazed, socialist government on everything American worth saving.Watch at the 6 to 8 second mark and there seems to be something released from the 'triangle ufo' like a chute unfurling above it, which we see in videos of returning capsules or nose cones after high altitude or space missions to slow them down for a soft landing. Normally it is the job of the US Navy to go to the drop zone and wait, track and then retrieve the capsules. The capsules most always are cone shaped and thus have a triangular profile when viewed from a distance, and if a night mission, would most certainly have flashing beacon lights to assist in tracking and recovery.
Besides, this particular video was given to some movie guy by unknown someone in the US Navy, it is not something the Pentagon has officially released and I doubt they even have it on their books in the context of UAVs.. It is obviously not an alien visitor, so why are the media pushing it?
I remember an article years ago talking about how the government should use projection technology or whatever they called it to fake the rapture and make Christians panic. Idk if any of that tech actually exists or if it was bs... but if it did exist as they claimed... maybe the ufo was just that.