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Did you remember most of times we heard about ufos, withnesses said they saw ufos making erratic movements that could be imposible for the actual technology aircraft, just look as how this drone moves. If you saw a thing like this toy , moving like that, but hundreds or dozen of miles away , and with a size 10 times bigger, what could you think?¿? most of people would think its an extraterrestrial ship, because its the way people was thaught flying saucer looks like, Just in all the movies since 1980, all the ufos are glowing floating ships, which could be easily cheated with some lights, a dark night , and engines like this, btw, other thing that we heard about ufos, is that they make realy strong noise, which could match perfectly the 4 engines.
the reason why we possibly never seen this technology as this in a big sized aircraft for public use,is that the ones who manages technology release, just want people to think that floating ships are impossible an could be only be made by extraterrestrial technology ...
someone made the same drone with lights:
doesnt it look like an clasic glowing ufo ?¿?:
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