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Originally posted by NASA is ASAN
Jimminy Jilleckers, it's true what they say. We need to start setting up watch towers and guard posts around every source of fresh water. This is obviously some type of plan to drain the Earth of fresh water and kill us off slowly.
Don't just sit around guys, we need to protect our water. Little by little they're taking everything away from us.
Originally posted by UFOBevy
Water related UFO UK,Merseyside,Liverpool
Skip to 2min 20secs for a witness report of a UFO over the river Mersey sucking water up from the river.
Originally posted by juice656
ufo's taking on water? sounds like government man made technology. why would aliens want to be in our waters?
Another Water Tank Is Mysteriously Emptied In Argentina
One of the most perplexing anomalies in Argentina – tied to UFO and cattle mutilation phenomena – is the emptying of large water tanks (locally known as tanques australianos – “Australian tanks”) from one day to the next. Water is also drained from other sources, including ponds and swimming pools. This report from Luis Burgos of FAO concerns the latest in such developments.
The Missing Water Enigma
The unexplained nocturnal lights – believed to be extraterrestrial craft by some, “witches” by others – were reported frequently during that year’s mutilation wave. Descriptions of these sources of light varied, but they were invariably seen on clear nights with out a hint of stormy weather. Most reports agreed that the lights were white orbs that would turn blue during their high-speed maneuvers, making abrupt starts and stops before whizzing out of sight..
But in April 2002, cattlemen from the town of Salliqueló told reporter Rodolfo Borrego that several thousand liters of water had vanished from their tanques australianos – large open water towers seen in farms throughout Argentina – without the slightest evidence of spillage. A third case had occurred during the mutilation wave. No damage to the tanks was found upon investigation, and any evidence of puddles or waterlogged terrain was absence. “No water was lost – someone came and took water from the place,” noted the journalist.
The village of La Adela, which at the time had the dubious honor of being the location most affected by the cattle mutilation epidemic, had also reported missing water from its
water towers. This was perhaps the more mind-bending anomaly to the local ranchers, as the magnitude of the water held in these containers was between twenty and thirty-five thousand liters (5300 and 9300 US gallons respectively) -- oceans of water that would have taken a number of tanker trucks to empty and cart away, and the average tanker truck has a three thousand gallon capacity. In any case, there were few vehicles of this size were to be found in these rural areas.