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originally posted by: kayleighkitty
This is all very nice, but i do not care anymore
nothing interesting has happened in ufology for y ears.
"the reported operating characteristics such as extreme rates of climb, maneuverability (particularly in roll), and action which must be considered evasive when sighted ... lend belief to the possibility that some of the objects are controlled either manually, automatically, or remotely.”
"The phenomenon is something real and not visionary or fictitious."
Nice list. I have no problem accepting extraterrestrials, but the man-made aspect of UFOs has made a skeptic out of me.
originally posted by: Forensick
originally posted by: machineintelligence
An Extraterrestrial Presence On Earth is likely in my opinion.The universe has been creating life long before our existences. The architecture of this universe reveals the authors and their presence everywhere within their own work.
I believe there must be other life forms out there, but I would counter that ET presence on Earth is unlikely. We would be like finding a needle in a haystack inside a football stadium filled with haystacks.
It massive out there, as much as I would like it to be true, I just cant imagine these little craft flying billions of miles just to hover around Earth, flitting around, landing in forests and crashing now and again.
So what do you guys think now, skeptics specifically?
Still think we haven't been visited by off world intelligences yet?
I think we only believe government and military officials when they say stuff we want to hear
Deke Slayton's sighting was probably a weather balloon as he later admitted.
Later admitted or was later told he needed to admit it? *adjusts tinfoil cap*
My position is, I don't know what it was: it was unidentified. Maybe what I saw was the company's
weather balloon-maybe the object going four thousand miles an hour to these guys on the ground
was me. Maybe there was something about the environment and the setup that confused me. I don't
know. Or it could have been something unknown.
originally posted by: gortex Deke Slayton's sighting was probably a weather balloon as he later admitted.
originally posted by: Lucid Lunacy Later admitted or was later told he needed to admit it? *adjusts tinfoil cap*
As I got closer, it looked like a weather balloon, gray and about three feet in diameter. But as soon as I got behind the darn thing, it didn't look like a balloon anymore.
originally posted by: MarioOnTheFly
a reply to: Logarock
Not just hover, but shoot up straight, make 90 degrees turns, stop on a dime....
All these are conviniently disregarded...