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Originally posted by EvolvedMinistry
reply to post by NIGHTRID3R
Well, it is entirely possible that the post that you just put up for other ATS'ers to see is an entire fabrication of your opinion. How do we know you aren't lying about the opinion that you've posted? I mean, how we do we determine the credibility of another human being? Does being an astronaut lend that credibility(years of military experience, aviation education, piloting and extensive research into observation and analysis?) How about being a police officer, doctor, physicist, or a railway conductor? Define for me the parameters that gives one credibility?
Since I know that you will not be able to come up with an applicable definition, I will have to believe a guy who has been into space, highly educated, and decorated before I believe some random guy who critiques him just to have a voice.
Originally posted by jeffsmathers
reply to post by JimOberg
Jim, as far as the O-Rings in the solid booster, there was no flaw in the design, there were decisions made to operate the booster outside the 'known' design limits. Please refrain from saying they were flawed...
Originally posted by spacevisitor
When a man with his marvelous state of record claims that he have seen some really strange flying objects which flying quite high, how high they could not tell because even they could not come to that altitude.
If they then write a rapport about it and get some mounts later as answer that he probably saw high flying sea pods, you really must be very naive to buy that right.
Originally posted by triplesod
reply to post by Skeptical Ed
I dunno if I'm missing something but there is no suggestion in that quote that the aliens are not "grey's" or looking like them.
He said they are humanoid, with two arms and leg and readily identifiyable features. That could really be anything from a bear to a human to a Sasquatch to a frog to a grey or to anything else you can imagine as long as you give them sensory organs in a similar position to our own, which the grey's do have.
Originally posted by 0bserver1
Well he did say he saucer landing in the desert,so you can assume he knows more.
Originally posted by Skeptical Ed
The bombshell had been dropped. Cooper went on to say that from the various reports of UFO contacts and abductions he had been privy to, he was convinced that the occupants of this crashed UFO were 'probably not that different from what we are,' - that they are almost totally humanoid (i.e., have two arms, two legs, a torso and readily identifiable facial features) in appearance.
Originally posted by DoomsdayRex
The appearance of the grays are often criticized by skeptics for being too human.