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UFO mear miss with Passenger Plane in England.

 
arkay

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04/30/2013 10:45 PM

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UFO mear miss with Passenger Plane in England.
Pilot tells of close shave with UFO.

Staff reporter, The West Australian

May 1, 2013, 9:37 am.

A passenger jet carrying 200 people came within 90m of colliding with an unidentified flying object, an official probe has heard.


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arkay (OP)

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04/30/2013 10:52 PM

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Re: UFO mear miss with Passenger Plane in England.
This report has been fully investigated, and all the usual suspects dissmissed.

In its report, the board dismissed a variety of possible explanations, including that the object was an untraced aircraft, a manned balloon or a weather balloon.

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04/30/2013 11:04 PM
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Re: UFO mear miss with Passenger Plane in England.
The report indicates that the near miss occured at approximately 3500 ft, East of Glasgow airport.

Thats pretty low, so I wonder if there were any witnesses on the ground.
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Thanks for your positive input.

Very much appreciated.
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Re: UFO mear miss with Passenger Plane in England.
Report appears to originate from the Daily Mail - or 'Daily Fail' as it is commonly known in UK.

So the report is likely to have been at the very least exaggerated, or sensationalised, or maybe most of the details might be just plain invented.

There is usually either far more to a story - or sometimes much, much less (depending which way they want to push it) - than the Daily Fail's report.
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Re: UFO mear miss with Passenger Plane in England.
Report appears to originate from the Daily Mail - or 'Daily Fail' as it is commonly known in UK.

So the report is likely to have been at the very least exaggerated, or sensationalised, or maybe most of the details might be just plain invented.

There is usually either far more to a story - or sometimes much, much less (depending which way they want to push it) - than the Daily Fail's report.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39128417


Your comments are appreciated.

One would need to have "local" knowledge of the practices of the "local" media to be able to make the statements that you have, so they are appreciated.

But, being the 'devils advocate', that report would be a very easy document to obtain and verify.

I wonder if any one is perhaps prepared to make a phone call and question the accuracy of that article.

It doesent sound like a difficult task?

Then we could settle the matter of accuracy once and for all.

Just a thought.
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Re: UFO mear miss with Passenger Plane in England.
Report appears to originate from the Daily Mail - or 'Daily Fail' as it is commonly known in UK.

So the report is likely to have been at the very least exaggerated, or sensationalised, or maybe most of the details might be just plain invented.

There is usually either far more to a story - or sometimes much, much less (depending which way they want to push it) - than the Daily Fail's report.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39128417


Your comments are appreciated.

One would need to have "local" knowledge of the practices of the "local" media to be able to make the statements that you have, so they are appreciated.

But, being the 'devils advocate', that report would be a very easy document to obtain and verify.

I wonder if any one is perhaps prepared to make a phone call and question the accuracy of that article.

It doesent sound like a difficult task?

Then we could settle the matter of accuracy once and for all.

Just a thought.
 Quoting: arkay


Report appears to originate from the Daily Mail - or 'Daily Fail' as it is commonly known in UK.

So the report is likely to have been at the very least exaggerated, or sensationalised, or maybe most of the details might be just plain invented.

There is usually either far more to a story - or sometimes much, much less (depending which way they want to push it) - than the Daily Fail's report.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39128417


Oh yes, do it.

Hello? You there...did you published that crap yesterday?

-which crap you talking bout?

Ehrrr, ...Nevermind.
arkay (OP)

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Re: UFO mear miss with Passenger Plane in England.
Report appears to originate from the Daily Mail - or 'Daily Fail' as it is commonly known in UK.

So the report is likely to have been at the very least exaggerated, or sensationalised, or maybe most of the details might be just plain invented.

There is usually either far more to a story - or sometimes much, much less (depending which way they want to push it) - than the Daily Fail's report.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39128417


Your comments are appreciated.

One would need to have "local" knowledge of the practices of the "local" media to be able to make the statements that you have, so they are appreciated.

But, being the 'devils advocate', that report would be a very easy document to obtain and verify.

I wonder if any one is perhaps prepared to make a phone call and question the accuracy of that article.

It doesent sound like a difficult task?

Then we could settle the matter of accuracy once and for all.

Just a thought.
 Quoting: arkay


Report appears to originate from the Daily Mail - or 'Daily Fail' as it is commonly known in UK.

So the report is likely to have been at the very least exaggerated, or sensationalised, or maybe most of the details might be just plain invented.

There is usually either far more to a story - or sometimes much, much less (depending which way they want to push it) - than the Daily Fail's report.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39128417


Oh yes, do it.

Hello? You there...did you published that crap yesterday?

-which crap you talking bout?

Ehrrr, ...Nevermind.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30403325


Errr...

Perhaps, but also perhaps a more pro-active approach might work too, after all who has what to gain or lose, its a report.

All you are doing is checking its contents!
arkay (OP)

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05/01/2013 12:31 PM

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Re: UFO mear miss with Passenger Plane in England.
Well what do you know...

Someone else has picked this story up about a day after its first posting...

Wow, the lights are brilliant, eh?

Heres the real story from yesterday.

Thread: Airliner 'had narrow miss with UFO'
arkay (OP)

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Re: UFO mear miss with Passenger Plane in England.
Well what do you know...

Someone else has picked this story up about a day after its first posting...

Wow, the lights are brilliant, eh?

Heres the real story from yesterday.

Thread: Airliner 'had narrow miss with UFO'
 Quoting: arkay


Just Genius material.

Or is it somthing like a leach or some other type of parasite?

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