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Clearest UFO I've ever seen.

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posted on Dec, 21 2018 @ 10:27 AM
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Heil YES!




posted on Dec, 21 2018 @ 10:30 AM
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a reply to: TruthxIsxInxThexMist
Looks like a mylar balloon.



posted on Dec, 21 2018 @ 10:41 AM
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originally posted by: odzeandennz

originally posted by: MerkabaTribeEntity
Well, this was fun while it lasted! 😂 👌



no no no... this is the clearest ufo from aliens whom are visiting the earth every day. this is not reflections.

and the earth is flat, and the moon is a hologram, and reptilians are our gods.


heres Tom with the weather.


I see comments like this all the time and often wonder why? Someone posts something unidentified (or in this case identified) and someone jumps to say yeah yeah the earth is flat, it's aliens, reptilians or holograms. Same thing when people question the moon landings or question certain parts of the moon landings. I don't see the point of adding all these outlandish claims simply because someone sees something and question what it is. Should have added the dude with the hair from ancient aliens so as to not leave anything out.



posted on Dec, 21 2018 @ 12:06 PM
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seriously?!



posted on Dec, 21 2018 @ 01:40 PM
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Hebrew mylar balloon. Hanukkah, and all that.

edit on 21-12-2018 by Blue Shift because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 21 2018 @ 03:49 PM
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originally posted by: Blue Shift
Hebrew mylar balloon. Hanukkah, and all that.


I guess i'll have to accept defeat but that one in the video looks much larger, especially when you look at the distance from where the guy is recording
edit on CSTFri, 21 Dec 2018 15:50:53 -06000000003103x053x0 by TruthxIsxInxThexMist because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 22 2018 @ 09:54 AM
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originally posted by: tombaccei
This is a "Plasmoid Anomaly" visit this site: www.youtube.com... Hundreds of photos of similar objects, explanation of how you can spot them yourselves with a fair investment, a lot of time and technical competence on your part. Try to debunk this without trying the well defined, repeatable experiment. With all the evidence there is no serious follow up by government or main stream science. Skeptics seed to preserve their narrow view of reality, you know, no climate change, no "anomalies", no nothing save for a narrow world view.


Is this what you are trying to link to?

www.youtube.com...

www.youtube.com...

Utter non-sense. A collection of mainly mylar balloon shapes and clusters of balloons. This is why people like yourself get laughed at.

Here is an example of how people get fooled by these mylar party balloons.

Metabunk Link



posted on Dec, 30 2018 @ 10:04 PM
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that aint no balloon, im sure next youll say its swamp gas. Wake up UFOs are all around us.



posted on Dec, 31 2018 @ 10:59 AM
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originally posted by: tombaccei

With all the evidence there is no serious follow up by government or main stream science.

Scientists working both for the government and universities, or as a personal interest, have given the subject plenty of time already.

Apparently at the recommendation of a high-ranking military officer, UFO’s eventually received official attention by the U.S. government. The result was the setting up of Project Sign, which began work on January 22, 1948. This investigative group was assigned to carry out work under the direction of the Air Technical Intelligence Command, located near Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A. The project had hardly begun when tragedy struck. Captain Thomas Mantell, a military pilot, lost his life in a plane crash while in pursuit of a then unidentified object. He could have become unconscious while going too high without the benefit of supplementary oxygen. Later, it was learned that he may have been pursuing a Skyhook research balloon.

The Project Sign group finally issued a report that disappointed some. Eventually, a new title, “Project Grudge,” was given to the project. The greatest number of UFO sightings received by the U.S. Air Technical Intelligence Command was recorded in 1952: 1,501. Early in March 1952, with increased numbers of sightings, the U.S. Air Force decided to create a separate organization called Project Blue Book.

In 1966 Gerald R. Ford, then congressman from Michigan, was credited with calling for another federal investigation of UFO’s. This was in response to a number of UFO sightings in his state. The result was that another study was set up at the University of Colorado. Dr. Edward U. Condon, a prominent physicist, assumed oversight of the work. In 1969, at the conclusion of the study, the Condon Report was issued. Among other things, it said that “nothing has come from the study of UFOs in the past 21 years that has added to scientific knowledge . . . that further extensive study of UFOs probably cannot be justified in the expectation that science will be advanced thereby.”

This ended the official involvement of the U.S. government in the study of UFO’s and, in addition, tended to cool public curiosity. It did not, however, end the UFO controversy, nor was it the end of UFO sightings. But what have scientists and other experts concluded in more recent years? How do scientists explain UFO’s?

The late Dr. Donald H. Menzel, a Harvard astronomer, and Philip Klass, former senior editor of Aviation Week, are among those who have studied the subject of UFO sightings. They affirm that UFO’s are actually IFO’s (identified flying objects). When investigated, UFO’s have turned out to be identifiable things or effects, such as weather balloons, nighttime advertising airplanes and helicopters, meteors, or sun dogs.

Philip Klass explained UFO’s as natural phenomena or as incorrect identifications. He says that some UFO’s seen on radar are artifacts of weather phenomena. However, according to some radar operators, this explanation does not account for the seemingly intelligent behavior sometimes observed. Klass’s thought is that people who are suddenly exposed to a brief unexpected event “may be grossly inaccurate in trying to describe precisely what they have seen.”

In his book Pseudoscience and the Paranormal, Terence Hines states that “careful investigation has resulted in straightforward natural explanations for even very impressive-sounding UFO reports. . . . All these cases make clear the nearly total unreliability of eyewitness reports. In almost every case, the witnesses’ reports differed substantially from the actual stimulus, but in only a very few cases were the witnesses willfully lying. Their knowledge about what UFOs ‘ought’ to look like influenced their reports, along with the effects of visual illusions.”

Major Donald E. Keyhoe, “a retired Marine Corps officer turned free-lance writer . . . first popularized UFOs and claimed they were extraterrestrial spacecraft,” according to Philip Klass, writer of UFOs​—The Public Deceived.

UFO’s—Can They Be Identified? Awake!—1990

As we have observed, some investigators are quite positive that they can identify all UFO’s as natural things or known phenomena. Others, however, present their own special theories.

It was while the Condon Report and the subject of UFO’s was still a matter of public concern that Awake! provided a review of the subject along with a discussion of some of the more spectacular cases.* Awake! reached the conclusion that “the great majority of all [UFO] reports have their origin in the same kinds of things that Project Blue Book [an earlier government study] named: Planets, airplanes, balloons, meteorites, mirages.”

The article continued: “The more thorough investigation [summarized in the Condon Report] has clarified the part played by physical and psychological distortions. It has explained how ordinary objects, seen in the sky by persons who do not recognize them under the perhaps unusual circumstances, can be misconstrued in perception, magnified in the telling, further exaggerated in the newspapers, and end up as spaceships landing little green men from Mars.”

The official Condon Report and conclusions as above, coupled with diminished UFO reports, seemed to end the matter for many. Nevertheless, two decades later we find UFO’s still getting public attention. ...

Even more uncertainties developed from recent claims that in the past the United States and even other governments may have ignored or covered up some evidence of UFO’s. The author of a 1988 publication took advantage of the Freedom of Information Act, established in 1966 in the United States, together with sources in other countries, to gather information that according to him “proves beyond doubt that there has been a monumental cover-up of the UFO subject.”​—Above Top Secret, by Timothy Good.
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On the other hand, Professor Hines argues that the 997 pages of documents released, covering the period from 1949 to 1979, do not reveal an attempt at a government cover-up. He states: “An examination of the secret CIA papers and documents on UFOs reveals an agency mildly interested in the phenomenon but skeptical of the extraterrestrial hypothesis. These documents . . . also contradict the oft-repeated claims of a government cover-up of the ‘truth’ about UFOs.”

One of the foremost reasons for the lack of proof is that no UFO has ever been publicly exhibited, nor have any extraterrestrial beings officially presented themselves for public recognition. Furthermore, alleges Professor Hines, “there is no UFO photo that can be considered genuine showing anything other than vague shapes or blobs of light.”

2 Timothy 4:3,4

3 For there will be a period of time when they will not put up with the wholesome* [Or “healthful; beneficial.”] teaching, but according to their own desires, they will surround themselves with teachers to have their ears tickled.* [Or “to tell them what they want to hear.”] 4 They will turn away from listening to the truth and give attention to false stories.

"Beneficial teaching" of the truths that matter most tends to bore people. Unlike the things they want to imagine and hear more about (having their ears tickled in the process).

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