UFO in my pond

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posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 07:10 AM
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Originally posted by MaximRecoil
I see no links to any pictures of the rock anywhere in this thread. I see the two consecutive posts by the OP that says the pictures are uploaded, yet, no links anywhere. Also, why no videos of the strange phenomena surrounding the rock, such as the bathroom scales, and electrical devices turning on and such?


they are in the Op`s post. at the bottom of his message.

snoopyuk




posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 08:30 AM
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Originally posted by snoopyuk
they are in the Op`s post. at the bottom of his message.

snoopyuk
Ah, okay, thanks. I was looking in his posts where he said he uploaded them, and didn't think to check back to his original post.



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 08:43 AM
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I thought gold does not stick to a magnet?

Could you post pictures of the pond please? Before and after pictures will be great.

If you have a Kodak acct I am sure you like anyone that has ever built a pond would have pitures of the entire process.

Waiting.



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 08:57 AM
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Couldn't this thing be extremely radioactive, as well? It would explain his headaches. If it was just magnetic enough to cause headaches, it would also leap across the room to stick to things.

I'd have this rock analyzed ASAP! Check with the geology professor at your local college/univ.

Furthermore, you're pretty darn lucky to have that rock. They're rare. Don't give it away to anyone (unless it's dangerous)



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 09:14 AM
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I thought gold does not stick to a magnet?


First thing i thought of when i read this post, real gold is not attracted to magnetic fields. So either he got jipped on the wedding ring or something fishy is going on ( hehe pun intended ) In order for the bathroom scale to go to 300 that would require an extreme magnetic field about say 300 pounds of magnetic force to make the internal coil contract. Easiest thing is to find the local boy scout chapter and call them up and ask if they have a rock hound in their pack ( most do )

On a side note for future reference turtles are the worst thing you can put in a goldfish pond , they destroy an ecosystem of that size in no time.



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 09:18 AM
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Thank you setharoo!



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 09:25 AM
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I was thinking that as well dnb. You really need to get this thing analyzed you could be endangering yourself and your family if there is radiation coming from this rock..

Please get this checked as soon as possible.



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 09:28 AM
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any video of the scale phenom yet?
if not, i have a camcorder and i'm in PA......



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 09:42 AM
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Okay all! I spoke with a geologist who has put me in touch with a proffessor at Gwynedd-Mercy College, PA. I'm going to have the rock checked out in a classroom in front of students; and he said I can video tape the class for all you to see... isn't this great? The proffessor also stated this rock could be worth some bucks; and if that is the case... I'll figure out a way to use some of it here on ATS because this is a great site. I want to support this site and all of you who have responded to me in a kind way. I thought I would be laughed at, but all I got was help and that's what I was hoping for. Thanks all... will post video as soon as I get home from this day in a classroom which ought to be fun. The professor stated he would call me next week to fit this in on his syllabus and I'll let you all know when the date is set. I will also post pictures of the pond for those who have asked, but know this. I have many pictures of the pond over three years and never once did it dawn on me to take a picture of an empty pond that I assumed had a crack and leak... no big deal at first; and it wasn't until after I filled it that I noticed the rock at the bottom shinning. There is no visable damage that I can see in the pond from this rock and it's holding water. Although I never drainned the last few inches before filling it up again and with the bottom being black, it's hard to tell if there are scrapes or anything else. But it works fine and I have two pumps working great. I can only show you what it looks like now because there are no pictures of an empty pond. If I had known then what I know now... I'd have tons of pictures. In any case, the proof is in the pudding and I'm sure this is the real pudding and we'll all find out soon what it is because I'm not going to vanish any time soon from this site... I'm as curious as you all. Will post again so keep an eye out!



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 09:42 AM
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hi there,

i have now seen the pics, sorryit has taken so long for me to get back to you.

it def looks like i said it was intially, it looks like a meteorite, it even sounds like one if you say it `pings` when struck.

it looks very similar to one found by my father on a beach in norway, it turned out to be worth a fair bit of money to a collector.
i would say take it to a geologist or worse case take it to a uni or college geo teacher.
thanks
snoopyuk



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 09:54 AM
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I just do not get how one little meterorite would empty your pond?



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 10:09 AM
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Velocity, the same way bullets do so much damage.

Look for a vid of someone shooting jugs of water with a high powered rifle. The 'rock' is a pretty big slug.



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 10:32 AM
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I would avoid handling it as much as possible I also wouldnt hold it in my lap on the way to the college.


Starred and Flagged

I'll be watching this one.



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 10:37 AM
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Yes but often you hear of metorites crashing through peoples roofs, and they do not loose their bath water or have things start going heywire.

I just think there is more to this story or less.



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 10:37 AM
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Yes but often you hear of metorites crashing through peoples roofs, and they do not loose their bath water or have things start going heywire.

I just think there is more to this story or less.



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 10:49 AM
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The professor seems like a good guy to have it in one of his lectures it must indeed be something interesting. Maybe while you're at it you can ask their physics department for an EM field check and a geiger count. For some reason I'm hoping for strange things to happen on that lecture
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posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 10:55 AM
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First of all, thanks for sharing this.


I don't understand how the pond could have been emptied, the rock is not big enough to evaporate a large amount of water, even if it was at 3000º Celsius.

I also don't understand how a meteorite could hit the pond and not get buried on the bottom.

Another thing, did the rock stuck to the bathroom scale? If it is magnetic or has some magnetic properties it should have stuck to the scale in the same way the ring stuck to the rock.

And was the rock humming when you first saw it on the pond?

These are all my questions for now, but I suppose we will never get answers for most of them.

Now for my opinions.


First, take new photos, please, those are all out of focus, and it's a shame to have such a rock and not have decent photos.

The green also reminded me of copper, and the magnetic effect can affect non-magnetic materials if they are electrical conductors and if the rock has a non-constant magnetic field; a changing magnetic field would created electrical currents on conductive materials and those currents would create a magnetic field.

If it's not hot it probably is not radioactive, at least much radioactive.

You may know its volume by filling some container with a scale on it to the top and put the rock inside it tied to a string. After the rock enters the water you can pull the rock back out of the water and see how much water went over the rim, that would be the volume of the rock. If you could weight it you could know the density.

If you could do these things it would be great, it would give us more information.



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 10:56 AM
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reply to post by antar
 

lol, yeah I know. lol

One line post aren't all bad



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 11:14 AM
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I've seen a lot of your other posts, mostly calculating distances for unknown objects on the moon / mars, and I must say your posts are always excellent. I am sure you know a lot more than I do about this, but I have to say.

I don't see why the rock would have had to have evaporated the pond water - rather than have blasted it out. He says the rock weighs about 7lbs. Half a stone is a lot of weight for that small rock. I have no idea how fast the average meteorite travelling through space is moving at, perhaps you do, but I would imagine thousands of mph.

Should I through a half stone weight into a pond, probably going at about 20 mph I'm sure I could splash a fair amount of water out of the pond. If I threw it at let's say ten thousand miles an hour, then I would imagine splashing nearly all of the water out of the pond could be possible.

I'd like to call on more ATS members doing some research and finding out if anything like this has happened before, the phenomenons I mean. Are there more documented cases around of people having rocks that turn electrical equipment on and off, ect?

It does sound a little far fetched, but I'm not ready to write it off at the moment.

Good thread, please PLEASE get that video done, uploaded, and posted. Without it, this thread is as good as the lost water from your pond.

Any other emails you may want to send to meteor specialists, geologists ect. If you could do that and paste it in here, it would make your case a lot stronger and give us all a good read.

Cheers.



posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 11:15 AM
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This is a cool story, thanks for sharing OP.

It sort of reminds me of a History channel show on UFO's I saw a ways back where some sort of UFO skimmed a car and left trace evidence on it: When analyzed, they found pond-type algae in the residue, as if it had been submerged in a local pond. Bizzare...

[edit on 27-8-2008 by DimensionalDetective]





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