April 13, 2015

Many UFOs Ullapool, Scotland Seen During Sunset On April 2015, UFO Sighting News.


Date of sighting: April 10?, 2015
Location of sighting: Ullapool, Scotland
Source: https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/highlands/545909/ufos-skies-ullapool-just-clouds/

This is a UFO that was caught during sunset. As I have said before, a UFO cloak becomes most vulnerable during sunset, due to the fact the sunlight is a major part of the cloak. What I mean is that light bends around the ship from behind and moves 180 degrees around the ship on all sides (person is below the ship is in the center, the sun is in the sky).
However if the sun is setting then one side of the ship has to over compensate...meaning to bend light 180+90 degrees more! This is not possible if the shield is to work fully. Thus, the UFO becomes visible for a few minutes. SCW

News states:
Conspiracy theories have emerged around UFOs after a picture was taken above the west coast of Scotland. Neil Borthwick captured the pictures of flying-saucer shaped clouds from his home in Ullapool last night after he saw them above Loch Broom. The 54 year old soon posted them online, prompting conspiracy theories to blossom.

William Topping, from South Shields, wrote on Facebook: “You might be laughing but these exact same cloud formations turned up on several different sites today and were witnessed at over 20 locations in the northern hemisphere, all within 60 minutes of each other.
“And as stated, absolutely identical, carbon copies.

“Now that is spooky…
“So much so, NASA took a whole load of them down within minutes of publishing.”

Mr Borthwick was less taken in, unwilling to believe aliens would visit Ullapool.

He said: “It was shortly after 8pm, I just happened to glance at the window and I thought, that’s interesting.

“I went out onto the street beyond mine to get a photo. I’d reckon the clouds were in view for up to half an hour.

“There were other people taking photos of the sky – the sunset was spectacular apart from the fact the clouds were there.

He added: “I’m not suggesting for one minute we are being invaded by aliens. If they ever did come I’m not sure they would land in Ullapool anyway.”
















17 comments:

  1. lenticular clouds lol

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    1. small thought for a small mind.

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  2. Can't believe somebody from my hometown of south shields had a comment to make, I'm from a little town very near by South Shields and have seen UFO's first hand and can tell you now that no matter how small "Ullapool" might be, do not rule out the possibility of being visited by E.T beings.

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  3. An alien invasion might be coming..

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  4. Scott SCW - sorry, your optics geometry is off re: cloaking. Light bent 180 degrees is a reflection (as in a mirror); cloaked objects probably use their artificial gravity generators to bend light around their vehicles.. This can be done, similar to how light from distant stars bends around stars much closer, allowing astronomers to 'see' the remote star which is actually behind the closer star. However it's done, light need only bend around an object, and depending on its size, this might only require a few (10 - 15?) degrees to accomplish the feat.

    Regarding these "lenticular" clouds, there is considerable evidence that these might be naturally occurring. The water vapor trapped in an inversion layer, along with prevailing winds, can form a lens shape (also known as a saucer, hemisphere, paraboloid..), which is what I believe we may be seeing. What IS curious is that there were apparently multiple 'clouds' of the exact size & shape (which would be pretty difficult to measure without on-site surveying teams), so I remain skeptical: If random sizing, and the 'clouds' did not dissipate, but simply vanished, then I would agree they could be cloaked ETV's.

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  5. These look like Lenticular Clouds, Many of these clouds over the years have been mistakenly identified as UFO's. I recommended doing a little search online :)

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  6. Lenticular Clouds are so very common that its hard to believe that you don't recognize them. You are supposed to be a somewhat qualified observer. I guess what ever fills the page huh?

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    1. I do know the difference, however do you know the difference from a normal lenticular cloud and a UFO made cloud?

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    2. Just because it looks like lenticular cloud doesn't mean that it isn't. Is it too crazy of a concept for an intelligent species to either hide in one or create the illusion of one. Hunters use their surroundings to blend in so they are hidden. Same concept.

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  7. Only a sheeple would think its a cloud.

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    1. I believe in ufo's but thats a cloud forsure.?

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  8. Thats a cloud get real

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  9. These are to the best of my knowledge Lenticular Clouds. As for your quote do I know the difference I believe so.

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  10. I did see one such vision. Bright orange disc shape during sunset. After 5 minutes, it started to reduce in size and disappeared. It was definitely moving at high speed. -From Melbourne

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  11. I do know that entirely conventional things in the sky can look uncanny at sunset and sunrise when the light's lensing through the atmosphere at an angle. You are no scientist Scott Waring as far as lenticular clouds go these are pretty standard, and right where one can expect them to form too.

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