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Unbeatable evidence! New NASA STS-119 videos are proof of aliens

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posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 10:56 PM
Intelligent manouvers. No space junk can do such intelligent movements! Space junk goes only forward on its path as far as I know...

Massive traffic. Even though there may be very much space debris in space I highly doubt that they are swooshing like mad to the different directions so close to the space station.

What more evidence people need after these videos? especially when seeing the first one! Are people stupid or what? Scientist..come on!!!! You should know what is true!

[edit on 28-3-2009 by starlightbright]

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 01:45 AM
You're right. There ARE intelligent maneuvers there. However, they are performed by the pilot of the shuttle. As you can clearly see, the whole shuttle wobbles right when the space junk change direction. The pilot fires the control jets to get the shuttle in the right position and since there are no other point of reference in the background, it looks like the space junk is changing direction.

Case closed..

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:03 AM
reply to post by starlightbright

First video. Can't see anything, you sure you posted the right link? If so where is the
object described, can't see anything unusual not even with magnifying glasses. I don't
know about others but I don't see anything here.

Second video. Well, the poster simply doesn't know those tiny white dots are...DEBRIS
escaping through the recently opened hatch as usual. These debris escape from inside
the shuttle every time the hatch is opened due to water etc. i've watched this footage in
my big tv screen and you can see those particles escaping from inside. No big deal.

There si a more clear video showing these from a past mission and even the control
room alerted the astronauts about this. Youtube is definitely a bad reference due to
the extreme low quality of the videos uploaded as result of compression and change
to flash format.

[edit on 29-3-2009 by free_spirit]

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:04 AM
At first I was stoked about the live streaming. Then I thought, "Oh no, now every piece of ice, every gum wrapper, is going to show up on youtube."

Now I am again stoked. Videos like this one in which the kick of the RCS jet is plainly visible, make it so obvious what is really going on. Maybe that STS-48 video, and that STS-63 video, and that STS....
Maybe just a few more people will see what is happening; Stuff getting blown around by the RCS jets.

[edit on 3/29/2009 by Phage]

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 03:10 AM
When I saw the first video I was impressed but then I read scarystuff's post and it made complete sense. It goes to show that you shouldn't always accept your first impressions of a situation, there may always be one vital piece of information or vantage point that you are missing which puts a different spin on things.

Maybe you should ask the mods to change the title of the thread to 'Beatable evidence' and drop the exclamation point

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 06:06 AM
The first Video is just lens flare BUT if it had run on a few mins longer you would have seen the object that was causing the lens flare and it was a very very bright light.

I have already posted a thread about it 2 days ago...

Sadly unless you are one of the clique no one bothers to read your posts no matter whats in them....

Quite sad representation of an open forum...

[edit on 29-3-2009 by Mclaneinc]

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 06:46 PM
The case is NOT closed. You don't need any referense point to see its intelligent movements! How people can be so dum. And I'm not talking about rainbow blue colored lensflare on the shuttles tail. I'm talking about the little oval object that rises up right behind shuttles tail. Can't you see it's the real 3D object...try to put it full screen!

That wobbling has nothing to do with the objects movements...anyone can see how it goes sideways and upwards, and at the end raises up then speeds up when disappearing from the view. In case of debris from the shuttle, and if bumped with the shuttles tail it wouldn't change its trajectory that much. Everyone who doesn't know anything about objects movements in space should do a reseach. Can you see things inside the shuttle speeding up even though they collide with the walls? Can you see them changing trajectory by their own?

Second video: space debris? that much, blinking contantly and doing curves that can be seen? Look at the object at 4:14 full screen, it comes left from the screen and does a curve. Go to watch "lost toolbag video on youtube" Space debris don't do trajectory curves!! And if that being the case there would be a serious possibility of collide with astronauts. And if the shuttle releases that much of space debris each time they do the spacewalk it would make a lot of trash...also...why these debrises are seen always when something is happening outside the station (docking, EVAs etc)...other times there is very silent outside the station. I don't believe that space debris come from a large space in a one big cluster, buzzing around station....there is only one explanation... extraterrestrial intelligence that is investigating the happenings...

And what about those "donut" ufos filmed at the NASA tv...I think they are most definately that debris.

[edit on 29-3-2009 by starlightbright]

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 08:21 PM

Originally posted by starlightbright

Second video: space debris? that much, blinking contantly and doing curves that can be seen?

And if the shuttle releases that much of space debris each time they do the spacewalk it would make a lot of trash...also...why these debrises are seen always when something is happening outside the station (docking, EVAs etc)

[edit on 29-3-2009 by starlightbright]

Unfortunately for you all you said is wrong due to your ignorance on the subject and I
will prove it. Every time a spacewalk is performed water particles may be released
from inside giving the impression of multiple ufos like in the second Youtube video.
These water particles sometimes are few sometimes are many and sometimes they
are not released at all, but this is natural in a spacewalk and happened before many times.

Here I will give you a classic example. The STS-118 shuttle Endeavour. The August 18,
2007 spacewalk, the hatch is opened and the astronaut went out releasing many
water particles around. NASA reacted and alerted him about this. Watch the footage
and listen to the original audio.


(click to open player in new window)


However I'm not saying there are no UFOs in space seen by the astronauts and
recorded by NASA, there are many of these incidents. But the second Yotube video
posted here shows just water particles released when opening the hatch.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 08:33 PM
reply to post by free_spirit

On many NASA videos I've seen that objects change direcion, increase the speed, and slow down, intelligent movements. There is proof.

[edit on 29-3-2009 by starlightbright]

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 08:37 PM

Originally posted by starlightbright
reply to post by free_spirit

Ok, I'm not saying that every single object on the second video are alien crafts, there seem to be some of this ice you are talking about...but you can see that there is also an intelligent movements. I don't get it how ice can do such curves and speed up? On many NASA videos I've seen that objects increase the speed and slow down. On the video the objects are coming from many directions, not from the hatch.

[edit on 29-3-2009 by starlightbright]

Yeah, just like in the STS-118 spacewalk video I showed.

posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 09:05 PM
It very well could be debris being pushed around by the maneuvering thrusters.

The maneuvering thrusters burn invisibly, so you wouldn't "see" the burn -- only the results of the burn. There are some maneuvering thrusters located in that aft section right above the main engines.

[edit on 3/29/2009 by Soylent Green Is People]

posted on Mar, 30 2009 @ 05:58 PM
I think scarystuff wasn't saying that the debris was being moved by the thrusters or by hitting the shuttle but that the shuttle itself was moving while the debris remained (relatively) stationary.

When a camera is fixed to a moving object then stationary objects around it will appear to move.

The effect can be seen in this Radiohead video where they have cameras attached to bicycle helmets pointing at their faces. Note how their faces remain 'stationary' while the room around them appears to move. I believe the same thing is happening in the first video.

The curving path of the objects in the second video could also be explained by this effect - if the shuttle was being maneuvred at the time.


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