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Pictures of the Same UFO in 4 Different Places?

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posted on Jul, 30 2007 @ 04:24 PM
all those pics look like birds to me

[edit on 30-7-2007 by yeti101]

posted on Jul, 30 2007 @ 05:15 PM

Originally posted by ShiftTrio
see now your just being a wise guy cause people think different then you. Be nice please. Well all know your opinion on this, I mean look at your avatar. (Which I find funny btw) Other people have other opinions and thats ok, you do not need to make anyone feel bad for that. Also by throwing in the Alien rub at everyone, ohh must be little green men. Thats a bunch of BS. Most people here thought maybe it was man made. So please be nice and it ok people think different then you.

Honestly, yours an other hostility has made it so I do not want to come back to this thread. But maybe that was your point.
Sorry if you think I'm being hostile. I'm arguing but I'm not trying to start a row. Let's call it a lively debate & let's try to have fun with it please. Have you read the whole thread? I dunno. I keep coming back to this thread to try to convince some of you to take a closer look. I find it frustrating & funny that some of you can't see the birds in the photos. What about my avatar? Can't you see IT'S THE SAME as the photos in question? I took this picture so I know for a fact it's a seagull. The birds have been caught on camera with the wings out to the sides, neither up nor down, (in line with the body and the camera) and that's what's been caught in these photos. One of the photos doesn't show the beak of the bird because it's flying diagonally away from the camera and the left wing is obscuring it.No offence was intended at all. I've just come from another thread where folk are saying there are no such things as aliens or UFOs, so case closed. I know for a fact there are, but I don't know WHAT they are, ("alien" and UFO being labels used till we find out) so I find that annoying too and I have to get into the debate, it's what the forum's for. Again, no offence intended but they ARE birds.

[edit on 30-7-2007 by wigit]

posted on Jul, 30 2007 @ 05:25 PM
actually, that looks like a bird lol. It doesn't look like the others, IMHO, specifically not the jersey city photo The photo in your Avatar looks like a seagull.

Also I honestly, thought it was funny that you put that in there. I wasn't being sarcastic. I was more like Touche lol.

My point to you and anyone, was don't belittle people because they do not see what you see. No worries though =)

posted on Jul, 31 2007 @ 12:49 AM
^ You my friend have gained a lot of respect from me because of your posts. & to all who have misread what I said; I never said they were aliens in any of my posts. UFOs & aliens are not the same thing.

Also, to the wigit, your avatar shot actually looks like a bird. In some of the close shots in the photos taken, they do not appear as birds. Definitely something else to me, but not birds. I can clearly understand if someone says they look like birds from a long shot, but some of the close shots look nothing like least to my perspective.

Any unbiased, open minded, bird specialist in here willing to make some input?

Also, please take into consideration the size of these "birds". Huge birds...with such little wings. I'd love to hear from a bird specialist of some sort.

[edit on 31-7-2007 by sdrawkcab]

posted on Jul, 31 2007 @ 06:45 AM
What would a picture of a UFO really do? Give you happiness? Any picture of a UFO can be explained easilly by a 12 year old....and I guarantee it will be. But seriously....what if you have the "real" picture of an extra-terrestrial "space ship", what exactly does that mean? Do you become a millionaire? Do you get to atleast be on television? Does anyone really want that kind of attention? I sure as hell don't!
Everybody that has ever said anything about aliens has been labeled a quack by...well pretty much everyone that doesn't believe them....which is basically the majority of the country....or world....their reward? They get mentioned in a couple books and are featured on the history channel on an episode discussing UFO's. That is really about all there is to this whole UFO a nutshell.

posted on Jul, 31 2007 @ 10:57 AM
Here's what I like about this thread.

Someone posted a bunch of supposed "UFO" pictures, and then people set about debunking them.

The great part is that the people who are debunking the photos actually provide comparable evidence of natural phenomena (in this case, birds) which seems to answer the question of whether or not these are UFOs. This is exactly the type of activity I was calling for in my "debunker's burden of proof" thread.

Personally, when I first saw the photos, they looked like photoshop jobs to me, but the evidence seems to make it clear that they are birds. So kudos to the responsible debunkers here.

posted on Aug, 1 2007 @ 12:11 AM
I've been lurking for a long time, this is my first post.

After looking closely at the photos, I'm positive these are birds. I live in Florida on the coast, and I see seagulls all the time. When they are not flapping they can look strange from certain angles.

I agree some of the pictures look odd at first, but upon closer inspection I believe they are all easily recognized as birds.

posted on Aug, 1 2007 @ 03:59 PM
I really do see birds right off the bat, although in some it's easier than others.
That last photo with the shadow is pure Photoshop it seems.

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