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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Urantia1111
nothing in any NASA video is anything but "debris"... ever... got it...
But thanks for your opinion.
originally posted by: FormOfTheLord
Nice footage I dont think this is footage of a space war, however I do think we are or will be in a space war at some point in time. We will be in my opinion at war with benevolent ET's and most likely some non benevolent ones as well. The good ones most likely want to come here to help some of us they like, while the ones we would consider bad would just want us to be gone and are in the same us vs them mindset.
Of course the powers that be could reason with both and work out some deals, but of course they wont accept higher powers telling them whats what.
Not to mention we most likely have our own ET forces around our solar system who have the idea that they are running the show, and would most likely be the first lines of defence.
The war may be fought throught multiple realities similar to the live die repeat movie, where our forces have time travel and dimentional movement capabilities. So we keep trying till we get it right in the minds of the powers that be. We are just waiting for it all to go down in this reality/dimention, and I believe it may come but no one knows when. We will know they are here when we see the moon go bye bye. BEWARE THE MOON WILL EXPLODE! Thats when the unknown aliens show up, not the ones we already know.
Anyways makes a good sci fi if it never happens
a reply to: LABTECH767
Right if it is ice crystal's then there is a minor problem, each crystal would be slightly different in shape and size as well as probably spinning, the sunlight hitting there surface should cause a heated surface evaporating a small part and creating erratic tragectory's to these particle's but they are not moving erraticaly but all moving the same direction at what look's to be the same velocity.