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Originally posted by JimOberg
Originally posted by qbik2008
Why has this entire thread not gone to a higher level of thinking...????...
My modest suggestion is that trying to go to a 'higher level' when the foundation level -- the facts that your speculation is based on -- remains in doubt, is not productive. Theories are beautiful, especially when there's no need for any reality to tie them to. Facts can be messy. That's where the challenge is.
Originally posted by Seany
So your "source " is a non working link page , that has in WRITING
how NASA LIED about the recording , and after some time decided
to tell the truth, but the transmission was REAL , but the incident
was not .....ARE you kidding me !!!!
Please confirm your facts sir, not all the sheeple take your word as gold
Originally posted by peacejet
In the video at 5:27, there is the image from sts-115, regarding the unidentified object. It has been said by NASA as a piece of plastic used to hold the tiles on the under belly. And they usually vapourise during early stage of re-entry.
The Image Science and Analysis Group (IS&AG) performs engineering image analysis in support of the Space Shuttle, ISS, Hubble Space Telescope, and other NASA programs. This group evolved into its current incarnation after the investigation of the STS-51L Challenger accident, and its continued existence fulfills one of the lessons learned of the accident investigation. The value of the IS&AG was reaffirmed after the Columbia accident. Investigations conducted by the IS&AG were critical in determining the cause of the accident. The IS&AG again showed its importance to human space flight through support to the STS-114 Return to Flight mission, identifying both debris sources and locations of potential damage. The primary areas of expertise within this group include: static 2D and 3D measurements, high-resolution motion tracking, detailed surveys and monitoring of external vehicle conditions, and thorough imagery screening (film, video and electronic).
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Malcram
Since the article is two and a half years old and I haven't seen any final determination of what it was. The photos show that it was quite as weird looking as the long exposure showed.
Originally posted by watchZEITGEISTnow
reply to post by JimOberg
Having read most of your anti-NASA conspiracy posts - and as I understand you are or were an employee of NASA, I have to ask:
Do you think you have been ever put under mind control?
Also I'd like to know why you think NASA is such a high standard of truth, justice and the American way if a lot of what we see or hear for ourselves seems 'dodgy' at the best of times?
Originally posted by QBSneak000
To me some of the unidentified objects look like creatures rather than ships. Kind of like the ones found in the depths of our oceans where we thought nothing could survive.....surprise!! it does. I wonder if there may be creatures not unlike our ocean ones that can survive in the harsh environment of space? and are checking us out like some do to the lights on our research subs.
Originally posted by Malcram
I found a picture of the "shim" that it was claimed might possibly be one of the unidentified objects seen from the shuttle (STS-115).
One thing is for sure, it looks absolutely nothing like the object shown at 5:20 of the video in the OP. And it was never positively confirmed by NASA as accounting for this or any other object seen from the shuttle.
Originally posted by gottago
And the last minute of the compilation, the spoke and wheel formation over Africa...
Originally posted by JimOberg
The 'jellyfish' object on 115,, the one Phage posted images of, was as I recall observed by the crew coming up out of the payload bay. So it was close and small. Not finding out whose coveralls it came off on, from the closeout crew in the OPF before launch, doesn't detract from the pretty overwhelming evidence it was some sort of small clip, with one of six snapshots looking weird because of the 1/4 sec exposure.
TWO. The other five images all showed a tumbling clip, a manmade device so common that everyone reading these lines can either reach out and touch one like it now, or see it across the room. HOWEVER, as far as I've been able to determine, nobody else on the UFO discussions of this sighting -- including the youtube production which started this thread -- showed the additional images. Were they all incompetent investigators, or worse, did some of them know of the other images and keep them off the internet on purpose? So where's the real coverup?