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Close Encounters

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posted on Apr, 19 2014 @ 05:49 AM
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There have been some really good shows on the Science channel lately, with reports from very credible witnesses. Several I've watched had Nick Pope discussing his take on the encounters, and he seems to think they are not explainable. A few involved military bases, and those involved had to sign papers to never discuss what they had seen.

Here are a few of the shows available on you tube that I can post here. Unfortunately, some of the best ones are not offered on you tube yet, but these are still good, with accounts that could not be debunked.

If the Science Channel is airing these, they must think they're pretty credible too, right? What do you all think about these stories?












posted on Apr, 19 2014 @ 08:08 AM
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a reply to: sled735

There seems no doubt that the filters on what is being fed to the public have been loosened within the last year or two. Of course, we've got the constant discover of the "earth-like" planets that are the backstop, and that backstop is drawing closer to our faces every day.

In addition, the topic of the triangles that I've covered for well over ten years is becoming mainstream as the public seems more willing to assume them to be black budget craft being allowed out into the open air more so then ever before. Since the mid 1980s the triangles have been allowed to be classified as UFOs--which many folks didn't and still don't believe in. So that automatically put them into a questionable category. But today, they are coming out with help from typical UFO authors. One of the most blatant push for triangles is found In Timothy Good's recent book, "Earth: An Alien Agenda" .

What will be coming sooner or later after these amazing craft are finally acknowledged is not simple the news of their existence, but what they have been doing with their amazing capabilities. That will include everything from manned weapons platforms in orbit to Lunar if not Martian bases. After all, ask yourself what the Hell does NASA have that can put a single person into space today--supposedly nothing! Yet they keep talking about bases on the Moon and Mars. A real disconnect there.



posted on Apr, 19 2014 @ 08:24 AM
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There seems no doubt that the filters on what is being fed to the public have been loosened within the last year or two.

Or TV companies of which there are many know the public like a mystery and UFO shows put bums on seats and help them sell advertising.
I would like to know if there is anything new in these shows , do they produce any footage or document that hasn't been seen before ?



posted on Apr, 19 2014 @ 09:17 AM
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a reply to: gortex
Yep, the History Channel does a good job of playing the UFO ratings game. Televisions interest seems to come in waves about every 10-15 years.
When was Dr.Who on the Simpsons?



posted on Apr, 19 2014 @ 03:49 PM
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a reply to: sled735




If the Science Channel is airing these, they must think they're pretty credible too, right? What do you all think about these stories?

Dramatizations of stories, speculations, pop culture zeitgeist for ratings.

This channel has also shown marathons of Fringe and Firefly.

It's programming seems like a mix of serious shows (Wonders of the Universe, Through the Wormhole, How the Universe Works) and pulp for the masses (ratings makers).
edit on 4/19/2014 by Chamberf=6 because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 19 2014 @ 03:58 PM
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Okay, so, has anyone watched any of the videos I posted?

I'm interested in your opinion about these particular ones, or others that aren't posted here that you may have seen on the Science Channel. They seem to be more credible than most other videos, IMO.
What do you think?



posted on Apr, 19 2014 @ 04:05 PM
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Can't resist a good UFO show. Notice I said "UFO" not "alien" or "E.T.". Why? Close encounter of the first kind? Yep. Had a few of those, and recorded one of them in official NAVY log. I assure you, I'm not the first! I have a lot of UFO books. It's a very interesting subject to me. I'd like to know WHAT they are, not who or what is operating them. It's something our government should take a look into. I mean, if they can spend over $400,000 dollars on studying why people haggle at the market, they should maybe put a little more effort into these things. As far as the "aliens"? I'll reserve my thoughts on that. Since metrics support the possibility, as yet unproven, of life existing elsewhere, I have to keep an open mind. But things in the sky that defy explanation? I pretty sure we angry monkeys have been seeing them since the dawn of time, even when we actually still, well, angry monkeys!
And if it gets ratings? Good. There is some science stuff on those shows. Anything that gets people and especially kids interested in Science? It's a win. Science, it's not evil. Angry Monkeys? OH YEAH !



posted on Apr, 19 2014 @ 04:21 PM
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originally posted by: sled735
Okay, so, has anyone watched any of the videos I posted?

I'm interested in your opinion about these particular ones, or others that aren't posted here that you may have seen on the Science Channel. They seem to be more credible than most other videos, IMO.
What do you think?


I think based on the amount of reports of these kinds of "encounters", and based on the number of reports, like the movie "Close Encounters" something might be going on! In the case of the "Third kind" of encounter? My best guess? Angry monkeys are coming in contact with equivalent of an "alien" Mars rover. What people who report encounters are experiencing aren't living creatures, but highly sophisticated biological "machines". But again, some of these encounters may just be the result of 1) Bad Moonshine 2) Drug Overdose 3) Mental Illness 4) Willful Hoax 5) A "spiritual" rather than an "alien" presence (Hey, don't laugh! there's a time I would have too but my wife is Wiccan. She showed me some "stuff", I'm convinced there is something there too. If Einstein could dig it, so can I!) 6) Exposure to a government black world project 7) The unknowable depths of the Human mind 8) the factual demonstration in my life time of science fiction becoming science fact 9) Parallel Universe Overlap 10) Time Travel. It's not the "I want to believe" thing with me. It's in my nature. My mind was wired by the Mysterious Hand of the Divine to run in the WTF mode all the time !



posted on Apr, 20 2014 @ 06:36 AM
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originally posted by: abe froman
a reply to: gortex
Yep, the History Channel does a good job of playing the UFO ratings game. Televisions interest seems to come in waves about every 10-15 years.
When was Dr.Who on the Simpsons?



This wasn't the History Channel; it was the Science Channel.



posted on Apr, 20 2014 @ 06:41 AM
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originally posted by: tencap77
Can't resist a good UFO show. Notice I said "UFO" not "alien" or "E.T.". Why? Close encounter of the first kind? Yep. Had a few of those, and recorded one of them in official NAVY log. I assure you, I'm not the first! I have a lot of UFO books. It's a very interesting subject to me. I'd like to know WHAT they are, not who or what is operating them. It's something our government should take a look into. I mean, if they can spend over $400,000 dollars on studying why people haggle at the market, they should maybe put a little more effort into these things.


I assure you, my friend, our government has been looking at them since before we were born.
They will never admit it to the public, though.



posted on Apr, 20 2014 @ 11:58 PM
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originally posted by: tencap77
Can't resist a good UFO show. Notice I said "UFO" not "alien" or "E.T.". Why? Close encounter of the first kind? Yep. Had a few of those, and recorded one of them in official NAVY log. I assure you, I'm not the first! I have a lot of UFO books. It's a very interesting subject to me. I'd like to know WHAT they are, not who or what is operating them. It's something our government should take a look into. I mean, if they can spend over $400,000 dollars on studying why people haggle at the market, they should maybe put a little more effort into these things. As far as the "aliens"? I'll reserve my thoughts on that. Since metrics support the possibility, as yet unproven, of life existing elsewhere, I have to keep an open mind. But things in the sky that defy explanation? I pretty sure we angry monkeys have been seeing them since the dawn of time, even when we actually still, well, angry monkeys!
And if it gets ratings? Good. There is some science stuff on those shows. Anything that gets people and especially kids interested in Science? It's a win. Science, it's not evil. Angry Monkeys? OH YEAH !


Speculation is one thing but when you have many astronauts going on record to say they have seen ET craft while in orbit then that's as close to fact as you can get. Then you have countless pilots who also see them often and many fear ridicule or losing their jobs so most won't speeak out, but it's common knowledge amongst pilots that ET crafts exist. Average Joes have a significantly lower chance of witnessing them but it seems as though becoming a pilot or astronaut almost guarantees seeing them. The evidence is simply phenomenal but people refuse to believe in something unless they witness it with their own eyes. And yet we have so many religious people....I'm baffled.
edit on 20-4-2014 by Sharted because: spelling - such an advanced forum here yet no spell check built in :p



posted on Apr, 21 2014 @ 12:04 AM
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originally posted by: sled735

originally posted by: tencap77
Can't resist a good UFO show. Notice I said "UFO" not "alien" or "E.T.". Why? Close encounter of the first kind? Yep. Had a few of those, and recorded one of them in official NAVY log. I assure you, I'm not the first! I have a lot of UFO books. It's a very interesting subject to me. I'd like to know WHAT they are, not who or what is operating them. It's something our government should take a look into. I mean, if they can spend over $400,000 dollars on studying why people haggle at the market, they should maybe put a little more effort into these things.


I assure you, my friend, our government has been looking at them since before we were born.
They will never admit it to the public, though.


Yeah, and as time goes on it becomes more ridiculous. Hopefully we will get some evidence that they can't deny with everyone having smartphones. The government's moronic excuses are just patronizing beyond belief and there will come a time when people will have had enough.



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