Is there a UFO sighting hotspot on the east-coast, comparable to the “Triangle Alley” of the west-coast?
The “Triangle Alley” is investigated in the UFO Hunters episode: Giant Triangles, and is shown on a map to extend through most of California to the top of Oregon.
I have seen a similar “triangle” (as depicted in this UFO Hunters episode) in Portland, OR, as well as other orb and energetic phenomenon in the skies of Oregon.
I now reside in Atlanta, GA and hope to see more of the same…
does anyone know of any eastern UFO hotspots, or have any stories to share?
p.s. – NO THANKS to such negative cynicism like “There’s no such thing,” “You’re wasting your time,” etc.. (similar statements: “The Earth is flat,” The Sun rotates around the Earth, etc..).
Should the “laws of science” forever be the same, leaving no room for revision or discovery?
Answer by Ross
The best place to see a “UFO” is any extremely foreign country. You have a better chance of not knowing what you’re looking at.
Unfortunately, because not even the smallest subatomic particle can travel faster than the speed of light (c), and because the laws of physics apply to every last thing in our universe, the chance that visitors from distant solar systems could travel to ours (in a manned ship, remaining alive) is quite impossible.
In addition, the instability of wormholes makes that method of travel incredibly perilous and highly unlikely.
Not that I’m saying you’re wasting your time or anything, but all a UFO *is* is an unidentified object. Period.
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