UFO Reports Have China Looking to The Stars
A rash of UFO sightings in China has culminated with planes being refused landing at the Jiangbei International Airport for almost an hour on Wednesday afternoon. http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/08/18/ufo-spotted-over-chinese-airport/#ixzz2BYoJ7nPk The object hovered and then promptly disappeared allowing the circling planes to land.
This event follows more than 100 sightings on the Indo-China border by Indian soldiers on patrol (http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/world/la-fg-india-china-ufos-20121107,0,5138335.story). The unusual flying objects appeared to lift off from the China side of the border, hover for a moment, and then promptly disappear. Some sightings are visible on radar while other objects appear visible only to the eye. Another Chinese airport was brought to a halt last July when air traffic controllers saw undefinable images on radar that disappeared without a trace.
All sightings have been reported to various government agencies, but no official word has been given on the origin of the flying objects. Skeptics have suggested everything from the traditional weather balloon theories ranging all of the way to suspected psychological warfare. Astronomers have thus far concluded most reports to be not celestial in nature.