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Now that would make sense. Embellish the scene so there wouldn't be the questions that are being asked now. However it's doubtful they knew youtube would someday be invented
originally posted by: charlyv
a reply to: Shamrock6
It just seems that if the crash site was faked, they would have gone into more detail, and tried to make it look like more of what people would consider to be a space ship. To me, it looks like a bunch of soldiers on a detail, told to clear it and then haul it away. No theatrics.
Well it's doubtful any corroborative evidence will ever be forthcoming For me, it just remains a question I can't write off so easily.
originally posted by: Kukri
a reply to: Bilk22
Ok Bilk to be fair I went back and watched and looked at everything posted here and in the other threads. There really is nothing definitive to convince me it's real. It just seems too cobbled and there's not enough footage to make an honest judgement one way or the other. At this point due to the incomplete nature of everything and the scarcity of detail I'm leaning to the skeptic side of this. If and when corroborative evidence shows up I'll be willing to adjust my position.
originally posted by: Shamrock6
a reply to: charlyv
I see your point. My counterpoint would be that the video was "obtained" for $10k. $10k and a stack of Levi's, my buddies and I will go walk around the woods for an hour and make it look good.
Muscles are proven to atrophy in weightlessness. If these are real beings that have evolved to be traveling through space or come from a place where gravitational forces are greatly reduced compared to that of Earth, then I can understand the lack of muscle tissue. Babies have really limited muscle development yet can manipulate their arms and legs. The beings in the video are small and fragile like a child. I wouldn't expect to see any appreciable muscle development and it has been suggested, yes by those who subscribe to evolution that some form of this will happen to us in the millennia to come. I saw that on TV Oh it's a good probability that the lack of muscle mass contributed to the demise of these beings when introduced to the pressures of our world outside of their craft.
originally posted by: riffraff
a reply to: Shamrock6
I see a lot of personal attacks and bickering. Only a minority seem to be trying to find the truth.
My truth is that there is absolutely no muscle tissue at least in the pectoral region.
Think about how limited a humanoids movements would be without this important muscle group. His arms would be virtually useless without pectoral muscles.
I know nothing of physics, I can't Comment on what the ground should look like after a saucer crashes, but Im in the medical profession and have taken my share of biology and anotomy and physiology classes.
I have to reluctantly concede the autopsy is fake