UFO in China was not ‘just a plane’, it was likely ‘a special plane’by Cherlyn Gardner Strong on Aug. 12, 2010, under UFOs
While I was enjoying a nice cup of coffee in my motel room in beautiful La Jolla, California, I had a good chuckle over the latest “China UFO” news.
So, now I have to share.
Remember last month when we heard about that UFO sighting in China? You know, the sighting on July 7th that caused that hour-long shutdown of the Xiaoshan Airport in China. The one that also coincided with the anniversary of the Roswell incident.
Yes, that’s the one.
Since the airport authorities in Hangzhou couldn’t come up with an answer other than a UFO, a team of UFO experts from Shanghai stepped in to investigate the matter a week later. Then, also a week later, the mainstream media decided to start covering the “UFO in China” news, since some of them didn’t think that bloggers were capable of covering the story.
We all thought that the case was closed when the experts concluded that it was just a private plane that shut down the airport.
This private plane theory did not satisfy UFO enthusiasts (or anyone else). We all had a good chuckle over that explanation, but we did manage to move on with our lives.
So, not leaving well enough alone, and to further support the private plane explanation from the UFO experts, the media in China then released a news story about those pesky private plane flying billionaires. They said that those billionaires fly all over the place in their private planes without first filing flight plans. While the billionaires have caused flights to be diverted in the past, they’ve never managed to shut down an airport.
Well, they didn’t until July, they said.
It was a more creative explanation and it didn’t insult our intelligence too badly. At least it wasn’t another weather balloon that shut down the airport.
It wasn’t just us in the United States who felt that something just wasn’t right about that private plane explanation. The explanation also didn’t satisfy critical thinkers in China. So, the debate continues.
UFO researcher, Professor Wang, has a theory about that private plane. If you recall, Professor Wang recently predicted more UFO sightings to come in 2011 and 2012. So, professor Wang weighed in about the private plane theory.
As reported by Chinanews.com.cn:
According to Wang Sichao, a researcher from the Purple Mountain Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the UFO that encroached on the airspace of Xiaoshan airport in Hangzhou flew at a height of one kilometer from the ground. It might be some special aircraft, such as a plane, or some rapid, noiseless or low-noise aircraft.
Wang also believes that the UFO was unlikely to be some typical domestic plane or overseas plane. Also, it could not be cruise missile or rocket fragments.
So, are those billionaires now buying unusual private planes that can be mistaken for UFOs? We’ll keep monitoring the news out of China and see what they come up with.
Kudos to Professor Wang that he continues to search for answers related to this incident, since he also knows that the private plane theory isn’t quite convincing enough. So, the special plane theory could explain why airport officials thought that the plane could be a UFO, and caused an airport shutdown because of it.
Of course, we still haven’t heard anything new about that UFO sighting in Chongqing that occurred a week after the Xiaoshan airport incident.
At least some people have grown tired of keeping a lid on things, or having to come up with lame explanations to satisfy the critical thinkers. For example, we recently learned that Winston Churchill once ordered a UFO “cover up”. Also, according to the Associated Press yesterday, Brazil’s air force has been ordered to document UFO sightings and to make the data available to the public.
In fact, they are just going to disclose all of it in Brazil: “All past and future data — whether written reports, photos or video — will be processed by the air force and then housed in the National Archives in Rio de Janeiro.”