Pilots Report UFOs During Flights Off The South-West Coat of Ireland

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Chevas A. F. Balloun

Founder and editor of Gospel Vision, Co-founder of Consol.io and Artifact.tools, Christian, husband, and father of three. His professional career is in design and creative endeavors and his builder-mentality drives entrepreneurship for the purpose of adding blessing to the world. Having blogged since 2006, he is a practiced writer and thinker. He has a bachelors in Comparative Religion from the University of Washington and his high conscientiousness makes him a seeker of truth and a self-motivated learner.

One pilot reported a “very bright light” that came along the left side of the aircraft and then rapidly moved North. Another piloit in the area reported bright lights that climbed at “astronomical” speed “like Mach 2”. A handful of aircraft reported the strange activity which is now being investigated by the Irish Aviation Authority. The full article can be read here on the BBC.

What is also interesting are the myriad of comments on Hacker News in direct response to this BBC article. Hacker News is an online community that generally focuses on discussions related to startups, business, programming, design, science, math—”anything that gratifies one’s intellectual curiosity.” It is therefore weighted heavily toward naturalism while offering little approval for any supernatural explanation, except time travel.

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Published by

Chevas A. F. Balloun

Founder and editor of Gospel Vision, Co-founder of Consol.io and Artifact.tools, Christian, husband, and father of three. His professional career is in design and creative endeavors and his builder-mentality drives entrepreneurship for the purpose of adding blessing to the world. Having blogged since 2006, he is a practiced writer and thinker. He has a bachelors in Comparative Religion from the University of Washington and his high conscientiousness makes him a seeker of truth and a self-motivated learner.

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