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The Reason UFOs Can Turn So Sharp Is Because There Are Giant Humming Birds Inside

November 14, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 106

Einstein always thought, as did Disney that the mind of a child and their imagination was paramount. As the coordinator for a think tank which operates online I have noticed that many of the individuals that I talk to, including myself can very easily slide into the child mentality of thinking using their full faculties and imagination to come up with new inventions, creations, and inventions. Now then, let me give you an example.

The other day I was at Starbucks, and I was reading an aerodynamics book, one which has lots of pictures. There was a young man at the table sitting with his mom and his sister, who wanted to look at the book as well. As he looked over my shoulder he saw a picture of something that was very cool, it was a very old picture of a US Army Air Corps flying disc, or flying saucer design. Yes, the United States did build a few, and flew them and ran them through their tests in wind tunnels, and on actual projects.

Alongside that picture was a science fiction picture of a UFO flying saucer. And there was a diagram on how the flying saucer was able to move at "right angles" and turn on a dime unlike today's jet fighter aircraft. I asked the young man; "how do you think that UFO flying saucer in the movie is able to do that?" He told me that the reason the UFOs can turn so sharply is because there are giant hummingbirds inside.

Now then on the surface, this seems rather ridiculous, and kind of funny. But isn't that just the kind of imagination that Albert Einstein and Walt Disney were talking about, the mind of a child. Now then what if we were to take into consideration the flight characteristics of a hummingbird, and the aerodynamic way in which they are able to fly. It turns out that how they redirect airflows would actually make it possible for a flying object to move in that way. So in essence, the child, a young boy of nine years old is partially right.

Of course, even an adult who might have that type of thought pop into their mind, would immediately dismiss it. No, I wouldn't, neither would many people in our think tank, why not just blurted it out during a brainstorming session, what's the harm. Turns out there is no harm, but due to the fact that our societies condition for authority, and everyone is worried about what other people might think of them, they are less likely to do that. You see the point? I hope you do, and I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.

Lance Winslow has launched a new provocative series of eBooks on Future Concepts. Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank; http://www.worldthinktank.net

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