3/7/2004 6:20:43 AM
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MY FRIEND AND I HAD JUST FINISHED OUR LAST 'O' LEVEL EXAMS FOR THE YEAR. WE LEFT SCHOOL AND WERE ON OUR WAY TO HIS HOUSE ONLY FIVE MINUTES FROM THE SCHOOL IN A SUBURB CALLED EMERALD HILL. AS WE TURNED INTO HIS STREET, WE SAW ALL THESE PEOPLE LINING THE STREET ALL THE WAY TO THE BOTTOM. WE IMMEDIATELY SAW WHY AS THIS HUGE ORANGE BALL HOVERED ABOVE THE TREE LINE STRAIGHT IN FRONT OF US. THERE WERE NO LIGHTS AND WE DIDN'T HEAR ANY NOISE, BUT WE RACED DOWN TO THE END OF THE STREET AND IT DISSAPPEARED BEHIND THE TREES. WE TURNED AROUND AND CAME BACK UP LOOKING BEHIND US AND IT APPEARED FROM BEHIND THE TREES ONCE AGAIN. I ESTIMATE THE DISTANCE TO BE AROUND 400 OR 500 METERS AWAY. WE QUICKLY TURNED AROUND AGAIN AND RACED DOWN TO THE END OF THE STREET AGAIN WHEN AGAIN IT DISAPPEARED BEHIND THE TREES. IT NEVER CAME BACK UP, BUT IT WAS AN EXPERIENCE TO CONSIDER. THERE WERE MANY WITNESSES, PROBABLY 20 OR 30 AND MY CLOSE FRIEND DAVID AND MYSELF.
BORN IN MALAWI, GREW UP IN RHODESIA. PRINTER BY TRADE.
There are without doubt UFO's flying around us. Recently there was a sighting (Jan. 2004) near Melbourne, Australia, and I had a close look at the photograph in question. I don't believe there is any question that the person who took the photograph would have falsified the report. After studying the photo, I estimated that the UFO in the photo would have travelled around 1.5 meters during the exposure. It was a bright day and if the shutter speed of the camera was 1/500sec., then a quick calculation reveals the UFO was travelling at Approx. 750 meters per second, or a modest 2700 kms an hour. Does this sound unreasonable? It would be interesting to find out, maybe from someone at NASA, at what speed, given its approximate size, does an object become invisible? Would this speed of 750 meters per second make an object invisible? Yes, I think so !!
Your Location:Rockingham, Western Australia.