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Originally posted by r3dman
Originally posted by Tamale_214
Why do Graffiti artists paint walls with no recognition nor money? Graffiti is a fad that has lasted for many decades and hasn't died out...
I believe this one is man made for sure. Read why if u most on page 3...
[edit on 12-6-2009 by r3dman]
Originally posted by TheAmused
If you folk's still think it's AKA alien in nature now your diluted.
They are drawing pictures from Humans mind's..Mythological beast's called phoenix..
What next it draw's Medusa and the world goes into a frenzy OMG OMG Medusa was real...
common folk's..we are suppose to deny ignorance not support it.
What if in 100 year's they draw Pooh bear ?
Will that be a sign from aliens too?
Can you not see my point here?
Surly you can not be this blind people.
Originally posted by tsloan
Guys just kinda poking some food for thought here...
Remember the Jellyfish?????
Check this out
Strange Lightning Looks Like Jellyfish:
Could this be the "signs" were getting and being warned or informed about??????
Sprites Main article: Sprite (lightning) Sprites are large scale electrical discharges which occur high above a thunderstorm cloud, or cumulonimbus, giving rise to a quite varied range of visual shapes. They are triggered by the discharges of positive lightning between the thundercloud and the ground. The phenomena were named after the mischievous sprite (air spirit) Puck in Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. They normally are colored reddish-orange or greenish-blue, with hanging tendrils below and arcing branches above their location, and can be preceded by a reddish halo. They often occur in clusters, lying 50 miles (80 km) to 90 miles (145 km) above the Earth's surface. Sprites were first photographed on July 6, 1989 by scientists from the University of Minnesota and have since been witnessed tens of thousands of times. Sprites have erroneously been held responsible for otherwise unexplained accidents involving high altitude vehicular operations above thunderstorms.
Originally posted by nunya13
reply to post by TheAmused
I'm really trying to understand why people keep coming into threads just to call those that believe something they don't stupid (or the equivalent thereof) and mock and ridicule them.
don't you have better things to do than try to bring people down?
Originally posted by Maximus_Prime
To think this is viral marketing is funny. You really think that a Movie Studio in the US of A would go the UK and come up with elaborate crop circles that don't even really reference 2012 just to create hype? Viral marketing for 2012 would be better done in large cities, where a lot of vm takes place. To discredit something you need to come up with some sort of actual proof. Not hearsay. Who is the one who is disillusioned to immediately jump to the cynical conclusion that is must be all about profit. And the person who says the Jelly Fish is the only real one, based on what? A hunch, please.