Unidentified Flying Objects are always an exciting challenge not only to both science and scientists, but also those for the masses. A person who admits seeing strange objects in the sky were often subject to ridicule. However, it is important to note that each sighting has its elements and occurrences that must be taken into consideration before judging the same. Recently, there has been a documentary film showing the discovery of unidentified flying objects by the witnesses residing in Australia. Next week in Sydney, there’s a movie being screened that is sure to polarize its audience. The film is called Australien Skies.
So, what does the film say? It is a documentary of the unexplained stuff that were seen by the people. These people were called skywatchers, and guess what the timing is incredibly good. Earlier this month, Yuri Milner, the prominent Russian billionaire, announced to spend $US 100 million just to see if there’s anything “out there”. Meanwhile, Australia committed to contributing the CSIRO’s Parkes radio telescope.
When speaking about the documentary, Kiama knows how intriguing it is. No doubt, he is a builder, at the same time a married person with two kids. He is a simple guy who had no particular interest in strange objects, or at least has a thing to stare up at the heavens. It started in March 2013 when he and his workmate saw the daylight. Afterwards, the bright stars were seen gathering around a ball of white light that reappeared and disappeared before approached by an F18 Super Hornet. Once done, the whole thing vanished.
What is unique about the incident is the fact that he begins to see strange objects regularly, at least twenty to thirty times. He got in touch with Mariana Flynn, the president of UFO Research NSW and Damien Nott. In fact, she testified that they had seen reports of black helicopters hovering over numerous homes.