Hope this is the correct place to put this, new to this site so thats my excuse!
Ok, i was watching the ufo hunters episode regarding the above incident with the deputys car in collision with a ufo and something struck me about it.
The antenna is bent backwards by an apparent collision with an object of unkown origin/character.
I also saw the attempt to bend the substitute antenna wire, however, it was bent using a piece of wood to obviously apply the angle with, but thats not whats strange about it.
I did a few experiments with a wire a couple of hours ago, striking a clamped piece of wire to represent the antenna on the car.
I struck it as fast i could (backhanded) with a piece of rod, several times i repeated this test.
It bent as expected, but it bent at the base where it was clamped, it also bent where it was struck.
And here's the oddity- At the point of impact it bends the opposite way to which its struck!
So, in the case of the deputys patrol car antenna which was facing rearwards, thats not possible if it was struck from the front!
If it was struck from the front (the antenna) then it bends forwards, facing the direction it was struck from!
Has that been noticed before i wonder?
It just kinda leapt out at me so i thought id put it out here for some thoughts to be applied.
Something unrelated to the above case which often narks me about the discussions of ufos and the explanations given by debunkers.
The one thats currently irritating me is: "its probably a military craft/experiment".
Argh! Everytime i hear that, i want to scream.
Well its puerile, its the dumbest explanation ever.
Military experiments or projects are never going to be "tested" over a populated area.
Imagine the scene..... top secret, multi trillion dollar budget experimental vehicle crashes on a school whilst "testing".
First up, how are they going to retain control of the situation in a built up area with multiple witnesses?
How are they going to manage the fallout from the press/local population at having an exotically powered craft doing as decribed?
Never happen, because only utter fools would "test" unproven vehicles in populated areas.
They wouldnt test them there for the reasons above and for the obvious one; How "secret" is it going to remain if it goes out of control and kills a couple of thousand people on the ground? Advantage lost the minute that happens.
Makes no sense does it?
It also effectively rules out any military tests or experiments using airborne craft, which leads us to the only conclusion possible: These craft dont belong to the military.
Well, thats enough of my ramblings for a first post, ill be around....