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UFO closes China airport.

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On July 7, something unusual happened near the Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou, China. An oddly shaped bright light appeared, forcing the airport to close down and delay 18 flights. Things are now back to normal, but people are wondering, what was that "thing"?

An ABC News article on the mysterious sighting explains that some who witnessed the light are calling it a UFO. But, keep in mind, a UFO doesn't necessarily mean little, green men.

There is plenty of speculation on whether or not the object was some sort of military aircraft or missile. The ABC article explains that a day following the sighting, "an anonymous source told China Daily that authorities already discovered the identity of the UFO after an investigation but could not publically disclose the information because 'there was a military connection.'"

Authorities are continuing to look into the incident, but no public conclusions have yet been made. Despite, or perhaps because of the mystery, Web searches on "china ufo" quickly soared 576%. Related queries on "china ufo video 2010," "china ufo sightings," and "hangzou china ufo" also posted triple digit gains. Even now, a week after the sighting, online lookups remain high

CLICK link for evidence of UFO

http://buzz.yahoo.com/buzzlog/93848?fp=1

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Interesting, I feel like there should be more information somehow. Believe none of what you hear and half of what you see. Therefore, I have to assume that this "UFO" is a load of crap and is some sort of human aircraft.

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We've got subs surfacing all around Asia right now, it wouldn't surprise me if we've got crafts in the air as well.

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Make no mistake General Tso will retaliate

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So it sounds like it's a Chinese military craft. Do you think they're going to reveal exactly what it is, and what purpose it was designed for?

China is scary. :eek:

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No fear. I heard the pilots have already died from cadmium poisoning

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I'm not scared... Slanted eyes mean less field of vision... Our pilots would own them...

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On the real, the video is strange...

The "bubble" effect it leaves around it and behind it almost suggest that it is in orbit, and not in the atmosphere (much like a comet looks), but the clarity and closeness of it make it seem like it is in the atmosphere...

Whatever it is, the light seems to be something burning pretty hot (a plasma engine maybe??)...

Could just be a big hunk of military space debris reentering the atmosphere, but it seems to be moving too slow to be that...

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