Hello eveybody I wanted to share my 2 cents on this topic.

I hope it’s found interesting or relevant by the community and can help answer to those that cdebunk the whole thing because UAP shouldn’t crash.

I often read sentences like “they are capable of traveling across light years of space just to arrive here and crash.

Well, yes. It’s more likely than you might think.

1) Of course machines can fail. The more advanced is a technology the more complicated it is, the more likely it is for something to fail.

2) Our atmosphere is specific to this planet. Weather conditions, barometric pressure, composition of the atmosphere itself is specific to us. Flying machines are deeply affected by the type of environment they are deployed into. Think about the mars chopper. It was designed specifically for that atmosphere. We launched and we had no real certainty that it would work.

Flying in outer space is a totally different scenario.

3) our gravity. It’s also specific to our planet. If this machines use some sort of gravity manipulation and arrive in a gravitational environment they were not prepared for, guess what? They crash.

This just to say, it’s not that unlikely. Whomever send this devices does it from very far away with limited notion of the real condition of our planet. To discover the condition they have to send probes. And the probes for the above mentioned reasons and many more, can fail.

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