Different UFO Shapes

Probes Released by UFOs
Paul R. Hill - Unconventional Flying Objects



Different Shapes of UFOs & Shape Shifting
Probes Released by UFOs


Paul R. Hill (1909–1990) was an American pioneering aeronautical research engineer who spent a lifetime on the cutting edge of research and development for NACA and NASA.

He is also well-known in the field of Ufology for his scientific research into the subject of UFOs, detailed in Unconventional Flying Objects, written by Hill in the 1970s, but published posthumously in 1995.

Edgar Mitchell, Sc.D. an Apollo 14 Astronaut commented that Paul Hill had done a masterful job ferreting out the basic science and technology behind the elusive UFO characteristics and demonstrated they are just advanced and exotic extensions of our own technologies.


Real UFOs should be blurry according to NASA scientist Paul Hill. You see we are not talking about rockets here.

For UFOs to get here from there, we are talking about quantum Mechanics. Scientist Paul Hill speculates on just what could cause the atmosphere around UFOs to be effected.

Why are some pictures of UFOs clear? Hill addresses that issue also.


Hill had two spectacular UFO sightings, the first in July 1952, which led him to research the topic for the rest of his life.

Soon after, he built the first flying platform and was able to duplicate the UFO’s tilt-to-control maneuvers. Hill stated that official NASA policy prevented him from publishing his findings.

However, for the next 25 years, Hill acted as an unofficial UFO clearing house at NASA, collecting and analyzing sightings’ reports for physical properties, propulsion possibilities, dynamics, etc.

To refute claims that UFOs defy the laws of physics, he had to make “technological sense…of the unconventional flying objects.”

His studies led him to conclude that UFOs “obey, not defy, the laws of physics,” that not only was the technology explainable but ultimately attainable. His research and conclusions were detailed in a book published posthumously.

 
 


 

Shapes of UFOs


Different shapes and sizes of UFOs have been reported all over the world. They all usually appear to be quite aerodynamic and dome shaped and/or saucer shaped. Many theories regarding this particular shape is due to the fact that this is ideal for entering the atmosphere of a planet as well as this shape is perfect for maximum velocity for space travel.

This shape is also quite difficult to track with technology such as radar since radar usually is unable to detect this type of craft in the skies much like the US Military's Stealth Fighters.
Here are some images of famous UFO sightings and the different type of shapes the crafts have.


Different shape UFOs that have been observed over the years. Most of the crafts resemble the typical
saucer like shape or cigar-shape but some UFOs appear to look like an orb, a wing, Saturn-like,
diamond or v-shaped such as the black triangle UFOs.




Examples of Different Shaped UFOs


UFOs come in all different shapes and sizes. UFOs shape-shifting have been reported as well.

The most common report of UFOs are the typical saucer shape but as you can see there are many different shapes that have been reported over the years.

Some ufologists recommend that observations be classified according to the features of the phenomenon or object that are reported or recorded.

Typical categories include:

  • Saucer, toy-top, or disk-shaped "craft" without visible or audible propulsion. (day and night)
  • Large triangular "craft" or triangular light pattern, usually reported at night.
  • Cigar-shaped "craft" with lighted windows (Meteor fireballs are sometimes reported this way, but are very different phenomena).
  • Other: chevrons, (equilateral) triangles, crescent, boomerangs, spheres (usually reported to be shining, glowing at night), domes, diamonds, shapeless black masses, eggs, pyramids and cylinders, classic "lights".




Probes Released by UFOs


Various Probes that are believed to be released by UFOs to possibly study and observe a specific area.

These probes tend to be completely silent and may hover within the same area for hours or days at a time.

Probes have been witnessed to move around an area as well, almost as if it is surveying the area to gather information.

Probes tend to be within specific areas of interest. Probes are also witnessed to move very fast at times, almost with a mechanical computer like motion.

Most probes most likely do not contain any form of life within them since they are released for collection of data and controlled from another source.

Some probes are most likely built by humans for military purposes such as spying or surveying a specific area of interest. There is not much information on UFO probes and there has not been many studies conducted regarding them.




Green Fireball UFO Probes


Green fireballs, a type of unidentified flying object which have been sighted in the sky since the late 1940s. Early sightings primarily occurred in the southwestern United States, particularly in New Mexico.

They were once of notable concern to the US government because they were often clustered around sensitive research and military installations, such as Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratory, then Sandia base.


Furthermore, the strange green balls of light appeared suddenly and were reported many times per month near such New Mexico installations, but hardly anywhere else. Meteor expert Dr. Lincoln LaPaz headed much of the investigation into the fireballs on behalf of the military. LaPaz's conclusion was that the objects displayed too many anomalous characteristics to be a type of meteor and instead were artificial, perhaps secret Russian spy devices.


The green fireballs were seen by so many people of high repute, including LaPaz and scientists at Los Alamos, that everybody agreed they were a real phenomenon.

Secret conferences were convened at Los Alamos to study the phenomenon and in Washington by the Air Force Scientific Advisory Board.



In December 1949 Project Twinkle, a network of green fireball observation and photographic stations, was established but never fully implemented. It was discontinued two years later, with the official conclusion that the phenomenon was probably natural in origin.

Green fireballs have been given natural, man-made, and extraterrestrial origins and have become associated with both the Cold War and ufology. Because of the extensive government paper trail on the phenomenon, many ufologists consider the green fireballs to be among the best documented examples of unidentified flying objects (UFOs).


Edward J. Ruppelt, director of the USAF Project Blue Book UFO study, stated he visited the Los Alamos National Laboratory  in early 1952 and spoke to various scientists and technicians there, all of whom had experienced green fireball sightings.

None of them believed they had a conventional explanation, such as a new natural phenomenon, secret government project, or psychologically enlarged meteors. Instead, the scientists speculated that they were extraterrestrial probes "projected into our atmosphere from a 'spaceship' hovering several hundred miles above the earth."


Ruppelt commented, "Two years ago I would have been amazed to hear a group of reputable scientists make such a startling statement."

"Now, however, I took it as a matter of course. I'd heard the same type of statement many times before from equally qualified groups."



However, such opinions were apparently not unanimous. Immediately afterward, Ruppelt said he visited LaPaz in Albuquerque. Ruppelt reported that "LaPaz said that some people, including Dr. Joseph Kaplan and Dr. Edward Teller, thought that the green fireballs were natural meteors. But he didn't think so." LaPaz then reiterated the various anomalous characteristics which led him to believe the fireballs were artificial.

Ruppelt also mentioned that he had previously met with Kaplan earlier in Los Angeles, and although Kaplan respected LaPaz professionally, he was not convinced that the fireballs were man-made.Ruppelt further mentioned that he discussed the issue with some of the people who had been at the Los Alamos meeting in February 1949, but did not provide any names.

"People who were at that meeting have told me that Dr. LaPaz's theory was very interesting and that each point was carefully considered. But evidently it wasn't conclusive enough because when the conference broke up, after two days, it was decided that the green fireballs were a natural phenomenon of some kind."

However, despite what Ruppelt may have been told and then reported in his book, there is nothing in the actual transcript of the conference that indicates that such a group decision was ever reached. Instead, opinions remained divided, much puzzlement was expressed, and further research was recommended to help resolve the issue.