Well ATS-users, it seems that lately, UFO hysteria has hit the streets ! With Stephen Hawking's latest speech on possible hostile ET life and the
numerous threads on this site about various images from SOHO apparently showing a mysterious celestial body ( that many claim is Venus and many
don't), the debate needs to be put to rest.
Now personaly, I don't believe in all these Nibiru theories, but to be honest, my beliefs are being put to the test. Now, not being very good in
science and not really understanding out-in-space phenomena, I can't really give a justified opinion about anything concerning telescopes and
what-nots, which is dangerous seeing as I have to put my trust into someone else's claims.
That said, it's possible to stumble across a claim that grabs you and slaps you in the face.
One thread, started by Sparkey76 on the 14/2/2010, contains images that have caused a lot of uproar in this forum recently. Here's one of the photos
i'm referring to :
Now this just adds to the whole '' Is it Venus or something else ? '' Debate. After reading other threads, no real answer is given, or no general
consensus is reached on what the object is.
There is also a user on Youtube, jcattera ( his channel here ) who has posted videos on a certain
celestial object that also falls into this debate :
What are we actually looking at ? Is this really an unknown object ? Is it just Venus ? Is it just some other planet ?
Will someone ever come on here and give a lamens term type of explanation why this is Venus or not. Seems like a bunch of opinions wich really count
for nothing on a site like this although i respect everyone has their own.
I think I know the answer to this question but I have to ask anyways. Does Venus or any other planet/celestial body appear this big from anywhere on
the planet? If not, then seriously...WTF IS THAT??!?!?
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