We are all familiar with the video of that high flying object over the Southern California sky. In my opinion it was a military missile. Why did I reach this conclusion? If you've noticed in the video, there is a bright flash at the top of the contrail. That flash is burning rocket fuel. An ordinary aircraft doesn't leave that kind of trail. That is visual proof of what the object is. We are hearing from some so called experts who claim that the sighting is an optical illusion. To them I say, you are optical delusional. The military claims the object is noyhing more than a plane. Don't fall for that one. The military is notorious for coverups. In my personal opinion, the object is a missle, probably launched from a military base somewhere in California, or it was launched from a ship or submarine in the Pacific Ocean. If this is true (which I believe it is) lets hope the launch was initiated by us. If not, we'll never know who sent it airborne,
This event brings to mind the crash landing of a UFO in Roswell, New Mexico in the late 1940's. For those readers who are not familiar with this event, some background information will be usefull. There were some reputable witness who stated that a metalic object crashed into the New Mexico desert. The military did investigate the incident and concluded that the object was a weather baloon. This was a subterfuge to cover up the truth. Many military studies were written about Roswell, including other UFO sightings. One of the most prominent studies was entitled "Project Blue Book." To make a long story short, the report concluded that there is no proof that alien spacecraft exist. The missle event, like the Roswell incident is another example of fallacious information being relayed to the American public. At this point in time, the military is telling us that the missle incident is over. I don't think so! There will be investigations, but we won't be aware of them. It's time to come clean, and tell us the truth. If it is a matter of high security, we shouldn't be aware of that information, but if not, tell it like it is. This may seem abstact to some readers, but do some research, for the "Truth is Out There!"