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Originally posted by All Seeing Eye
You might think that to be true today, but back then cameras were not as plentiful as today, and a little more complicated to operate.
Originally posted by iforget
Lets say I see a ufo crash. I go back to base to get an airplane I can investigate with. You know what else I grab? A camera.
Originally posted by Ha`la`tha
Originally posted by cripmeister
These old flying saucers didn't seem very reliable or sturdy though. If they came from another world they must have been highly advanced, yet they often crashed and smashed into little pieces. Doesn't that seem odd?
Oh I dunno, we've been driving cars for a long time, we still crash, have breakdowns, etc... Planes still fall from the sky without haarp etc, boats sink... you'd think we'd be the absolute masters of our technology, but hey, not everyone can build a porche just because they can drive one!
And who's to say that if things like this were true - the above article - that our Neanderthal like technology doesn't somehow bung up their navigation.
Originally posted by guohua
reply to post by SuperSlovak
Sorry, But I don't remember having a cell phone even with a camera built in it back in 1955.
Did you have one?
Is this the same ufo that the U S was supposed to of taken by force from the Mexican soldiers?
[edit on 13-2-2010 by guohua]
For instance, perhaps the "souls" of the dead aliens could easily be transferred from one container to another. Just prior to impact, the aliens transfer bodies. We humans were meant to find the non-threatening, lifeless bodies? Perhaps the ufo occupants could travel back and forth in time and knew that particular pilot would give chase and by crashing just over the border, Mexicans would also be witnesses?