« on: 18/05/2006 19:15:40 »
Now take that example and multiply the scale by a billion. Then multiply that by another billion. Do that about 10 or 15 times and you are still not even close to seeing how tiny the Earth is in relation to the Universe.
If aliens even had the technology to defy gravity and inertia, we could easily assume that they also have the technology to detect us accurately, especially with the help of our microwave signals that they may just of intercepted.
And like the previous poster stated, radar can show crazy things if out of tune or not used correctly or even under odd weather conditions. While this isn't proof that it wasn't tracking a UFO, it's a much more plausible explanation for the strange readings.
That may be true, but the erratic thing on the radar would be unlikely to be moving in a straight line, or stay in the right area for it to be acting that way. (It also described how five smaller blips gathered at a larger blip, presumably the mother ship)
E=MC2... m=deg/360 X C... C= PiD
therefore E=deg/360 X 2(PiD)