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Are UFOs time machines from the future?

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posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:25 PM
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Since ancient times, UFO sightings have been spotted throughout the world. Knowing that this has happened in the past and is currently happening, why do we think UFOs were made by aliens? True, they are unnatural and unique-looking. But is it possible that they are made by humans.... from the future? Wouldn't futuristic vehicles look unique and unnatural to us now and the past? Is the probability of UFOs being created by humans from the future greater than UFOs being created by aliens? Has this theory already been discussed before? (and if so I would like to know more about it).




posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:26 PM
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THEY ARE NOT FROM THE FUTURE.

If they were from the future bush would be dead

[edit on 20-9-2007 by infamouskiller]



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:29 PM
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haha ofcourse not, they where here allready when we were still on the drawing board :-), and that's not a joke.



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:30 PM
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They are that, too, I believe. I dunno about all of them. Dan Burisch seems like he's full of a bit of pucky. Don't take everything he says as word. If you like that theory, though... check him out. He's at least entertaining and funny.



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:31 PM
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id hardly call 13,000 yrs ago from the drawing board

certainly its been hella long



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:31 PM
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Originally posted by infamouskiller
THEY ARE NOT FROM THE FUTURE.

If they were from the future bush would be dead

[edit on 20-9-2007 by infamouskiller]


Lol.

Time machine idea is probably just a man's dream and imagination.



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by TheoOne
Lol.

Time machine idea is probably just a man's dream and imagination.

Time machines could be a man's invention, if we have the technology, will, and an understanding.



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:39 PM
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Originally posted by Dan5647

Originally posted by TheoOne
Lol.

Time machine idea is probably just a man's dream and imagination.

Time machines could be a man's invention, if we have the technology, will, and an understanding.


Well, time traveling is actualy human imagination as is time itself, this fellow is correct,

without the earth rotating how in the world could you measure time?, that's right; in theory, you can't.

This is because our view of time is in 24 hours, but that's only because the Earth rotates in 24 hours!

If it wasn't for that time wouldn't even come up in our minds. Just think about it.



[edit on 20-9-2007 by PureET]



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:45 PM
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I view time as an infinite progressing progress. The first instant of time started from the big bang and continues on. We may observe it as 24 hours on Earth, but if we were on the moon, we would still grow and progress through the phasing of time. What would happen if you were just floating in space? You would still grow due to the effects of time.



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 03:57 PM
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Time is relative to the observer. This is what puzzles me about time travel. If time doesn't exist, you can't travel through it.... but I think maybe there's a mechanism that we don't understand at work here... because in my deep meditation, I got this idea that I now know many people have gotten, and it's that the whole universe, the whole history of everything up until now, could all be happening instantaneously, as well as the future, and that the only thing that makes the perception of time passing or having been passed or being passed at some future date is the observer's individual mind's processing power. How quickly it's able to process this instantaneous movement..... Kind of like a download maybe..... and if THAT is all true, you could definitely move into the past because it's already been downloaded, and it would be just like reviewing a recording, except it would be interactive. The problem arises when moving into the future. You can't process info that hasn't even reached your perception (conscious and unconscious) yet, and if you did find a way (since time is instantaneously all happening at once) which may be possible, would it severely damage your brain? because that would be an information overload, I think.
But I think maybe some species out there have gotten more in depth into what percetion of movement really is.... We can't say for sure what we're even dealing with yet, when it comes to what TIME is. It certainly isn't what we know it to be as.



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 04:10 PM
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I love how people recite the big bang theory like it's a fact. It doesn't make sense! Where did the bang come from? How can we know there was a bang in the first place? How can we observe the universe expanding if we don't even have any idea where the universe ends or where it begins? The big bang theory is just a fancy story tale, filled with a bunch of scientific jargon to give it clout. That's what pretty much everything in science is. We can't know anything for sure, and I'm tired of science preaching it as so. I always say religion is a bunch of BS, and science is no different than religion. People follow it blindly, there are hidden agendas to it, most involved are completely close minded to the idea of anything out of the orthodox, all it ever seems to wanna do is make people feel insignificant and fear the unknown, many people have been killed because of their differing beliefs in science.... see the similarities??? I mean, science would be a good thing, if it wasn't all about money and glory and information control... but that's all it's ever been. Almost every scientist out there is the exact product of that conditioning. I don't trust a damn one of them, except maybe the ones open minded enough to admit they don't know anything.
As for time travelling aliens, that's the least of our problems. We can figure that out after we're done killing ourselves, and maybe the nice people from way up in the sky will finally come down and say hi and give us answers. Until we grow up, hell I don't even wanna be associated with this race. How do you think higher intelligences observing us feel?

[edit on 20-9-2007 by indierockalien]



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 07:59 PM
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The Big Bang Theory is just a theory. That's all it is. It's up to the people to believe in this theory or disagree. There's alot of fact and theory in science that makes it good. A theory is there for someone to come along and either make it a fact or to disprove it, or maybe even modify it to prove a point. Religion is stories passed down through the ages that have been changed or altered to suit the person telling it. Religion is based on faith where you believe it to be true without the facts. Science is not like religion thank God! Pun intended. As far as time travel goes. I can't really say either way. It's just another theory waiting for an answer. Maybe it's true that our future generation is coming back some how in time and altering our past for a better future. Until the facts are facts then all we can do is use our imaginations and theories to try to prove a point. What if time travel is possible here on earth by using our time cycles and mathmatics and any others possibilities. I think we can accomplish something here in our world that could be impossible in another world or in space. Maybe the same goes for out of town travelers from other worlds. Maybe we can't understand their technology because there is no time where they live. So many questions with answers to be thought out and imagined. I think it's possible for anything to happen whether it be time travel, galactic travel, the big bang etc. Where would we be today without science.



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 08:51 PM
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Perhaps not time but interdimensional are some ufo's. I am reminded of the shocking documented case in the 80's of a park ranger in Scotland. He witnessed a sphere that shimmered in and out of vision like a hologram. He parked his truck and took his dog to investigate. As he neared the sphere it sent out two mine spikey looking things which came upon him and rendered him unconscious for a bit with physical injuries the likes of which I cannot remember off hand. Police detectives were called. They found the tracks of the mines, noted his injuries and to this day remains an open unsolved assault. I believe the man died last year or two ago and he never waivered from his story.



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 09:01 PM
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Full story here, forestry worker, not ranger.ufologie.net...



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 09:03 PM
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Although I believe it's likely that UFOs ARE man made, likely U.S manufactured in secrecy, I don't think they are from the future. I believe the only way to time travel is time dilation because it doesn't create paradoxes.



posted on Sep, 20 2007 @ 09:24 PM
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The only problem I have with that Iseek is how could we go from carburated gas engines to vehicles reputed to go from stop to mach helluva mach fast in seconds. I have to believe there is some reverse engineered stuff going on here. IMHO.




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