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Drones: a forestry monitoring drone?
« on: May 10, 2008, 12:00:48 am »
All the discuss regarding the possibilities that the drones could be a monitoring forest engine take place here.
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Re: Drones: a forestry monitoring drone?
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2008, 01:28:09 am »
I have update my study adding:
- Brent sighting
- Chad's location more precisely.


Is a random disposition sightings could give the same result??
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Re: Drones: a forestry monitoring drone?
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2008, 03:12:13 pm »
11August good question!
>Is a random disposition sightings could give the same result??

I've built my own database with witnesses, and it seems we
can see also:

  tree      56%
  forest    44%
  building  43%
  lake      17%
  pole      11% ...



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Re: Drones: a forestry monitoring drone?
« Reply #3 on: May 15, 2008, 08:19:43 pm »
All the discuss regarding the possibilities that the drones could be a monitoring forest engine take place here.
A monitoring capability was my original thought for the aliens based on our own ability to do such already.  Electrical poles, tagged wildlife, oil pipelines we could (can).
http://www.ufocasebook.com/strangecraftdrone.html

Maybe E.T. is doing a Noah's Ark thing lol. 

Besides, I could post a real hairy response as to what else they could be monitoring or nabbing (considering that their sightings are forest areas) but I'll leave it for the imagination since I don't know how many are into the paranormal here.
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Re: Drones: a forestry monitoring drone?
« Reply #4 on: May 15, 2008, 08:34:35 pm »
Please understand this is my opinion.  Atrueoriginall, I have no problem with the paranormal in this quest.  This phenomena seems most capable of blurring itself with the paranormal as in some abductions.  Many times I have seen so called UFO cases that in earlier centuries would be classed as witches and demons.  The site probably wants to stay focused on the Drones, but the paranormal, if only its methods of discovery, has a place IMO.
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Re: Drones: a forestry monitoring drone?
« Reply #5 on: February 09, 2009, 09:40:12 pm »
Perhaps not a co´ncidence, I notice that the drones were seen
not far from areas ravaged by absolutely dramatic fires:

California: seen: 2007: 04, 05, 06, fires 2007/10 and 2008/06
Australia (Melbourne) seen: 2008/04, fires in 2009: 01,02

As drones massively use electricity for flying, as it seems to be
the case, dry conditions (unusual in such cases) could be favorable for
them and forest monitoring could explain their presence...

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Re: Drones: a forestry monitoring drone?
« Reply #6 on: March 09, 2011, 11:50:21 pm »
Just wanted to highlight something obvious, It would appear to me that these objects like pine trees:


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Re: Drones: a forestry monitoring drone?
« Reply #7 on: March 10, 2011, 01:11:25 am »

As drones massively use electricity for flying, as it seems to be
the case, dry conditions (unusual in such cases) could be favorable for
them and forest monitoring could explain their presence...

Kaelos

Begging pardon Kaelos, but where did this "massively use electricity for flying' determination come from?

I would like to read up on this established trait of the California drones but cannot find it exactly anywhere.

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Re: Drones: a forestry monitoring drone?
« Reply #8 on: March 10, 2011, 02:29:07 am »
I would like to read up on this established trait of the California drones but cannot find it exactly anywhere.

I think that might refer to some information on an patent for a device that could obtain power from exposed power lines which was proposed at UFO Casebook and as seen in this link:



Monitoring system for power lines and right-of-way using remotely piloted drone by Roosevelt A. Fernandes

Also, it appears that many small drone aircraft are being designed to grab some energy from exposed electrical wires:

But clearly none of these strange craft.