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Originally posted by jaden_x
here's a close crop of the ship:
it sure does look too good to be true.
but would be awesome if it was.
Well to be fair, we don't know what the antennas are for. Perhaps they use 'em to hang out their laundry.
Originally posted by goddogo1
lol antenna on a space craft, why such a primative object on a highly advanced machine? LOL
Originally posted by OnceReturned
Originally posted by mckyle
I've learned that anything coming out of China needs to be treated with a great deal of circumspection - if not straight out skepticism.
Well, what, are there some countries that are known for the validity of their UFO evidence?
I don't want to sound like a jerk or derail the thread, but your statement is a bit silly. All UFO "evidence" should be treated with a great deal of skepticism if we are to approach the issue rationally. No countries are known for producing high quality UFO evidence; it's all suspect. Most of the stuff coming out of any country is either fake or can be explained relatively easily by conventional means. That's the nature of the business; most of what's out there is worthless. I don't think singling out China as being a notoriously bad source of UFO stuff is productive.
Don't just say it's fake because you don't believe in UFOs, don't just say it's fake because it's from China, and don't just say it's fake because it seems too good to be true. Analyze critically and either reach a justifiable conclusion or admit that you are unable to. Promoting bias based on country of origin is counterproductive. Unless we discover that ET based UFOs exist and that they avoid China, we ought to take Chinese reports just as seriously as any others.