1/12/2004 1:54:26 PM
You are right, China does have a lot of UFO activity, but so does the entire
Earth at this time. And as far as test planes go, I am no spy, but if I were, and
I wanted to cross another's airspace, I would want to be high and fast. Most
spy planes today, probably fly over in the 60 to 70 thousand foot altitude area. That is
12 to 14 miles high. At that height, they wouldn't be more than a small dot in the
sky, if you could see them at all. They most likely wouldn't show up on radar
either, with the anti-radar coatings they have on spy and military planes now.
Also, they probably would be flying in a perfectly straight line, with no lights at all.
As for UFO reports, what kind of maneuvers do they make? Are they low and slow,
zigzag around, turn on a dime, change shapes and colors, stay still in the sky, or
just what are they doing? If you had a compilation of reports, one might be able
to determine if they indeed are UFO looking at least, or possibly a spy plane.
Do they have any video or still photo pictures of any of this stuff? Who's to say
just what these are? We have enough trouble right here in the USA trying to get
a grip on this, let alone worry about China.