Mysterylights Group Message 0336

Subject: Re: New Instrument Data and Report from Hessdalen...
From: Magical Nexus <magicalnexus@...>
Date: 22 Jul 2004 18:35

Hi Joe,
It isn't just a matter of avoiding a collision, or a percieved collision.
Did you read our report on electromagnetic effects on avionics systems reported by pilots durin[...]
As aircraft become more dependent on microprocessors, the acceptable intensity of HIRF decrease[...]
With respect to nmac, there are many reports of extreme control inputs to avoid a collision wit[...]
In any case, these UAP that are being studied in Hessdalen and several places in the U.S. have [...]
I understand your skepticism but if you don't read the data and understand it, you will not lea[...]
Magical Nexus

hach75@... wrote:

In a message dated 7/22/2004 3:19:39 PM Eastern Standard Time,  
magicalnexus@... writes: 

Hi, (not for everyone!)
"UAP"s do not pose any threat or danger to aviation any more than aviation  
does to "UAP"s.
The nature of aviation, any type, anywhere, has an element to it that one  
has to expect the unexpected.
There is an incident for which apologies are extended which occurred a few  
years ago on the runway in Little Rock, Arkansas, U.S.A. which caused the plane 
to skid off the end of the runway. If you view the newsreel carefully you 
will  note the "UAP" hightailing the scene


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