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Mind-blowing UFO video

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posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 12:42 AM

edit on 21-12-2010 by The Shrike because: Video already embedded, I came too late.

posted on Dec, 22 2010 @ 04:02 PM
reply to post by Gazrok

Retro jets are stablizing corrections, and can in theory "push" an ice particle, yes, but in 90% of videos where no actual source for ice from fuel, or other sources can be accounted for, this is highly unlikely. Many of the videos in this particular edit have been scrutinized to account for such misidentified normal phenomena, and is not supported by evidence.

I have studied the orange fuel tanks and the very clearly defined ice from these, and it is not hard to tell the difference between ice and "other" observed phenomena if you understand orbital environments and the technology employed.

Most of the video in this particular edit are bona fide UFOs, and in a few cases astronauts and very smart and experienced mission specialists have related many incidences where in their opinion, and with good observational chops, have confirmed these "objects" not being debris, ice or any known phenomena. Story Musgrave, a veteran of many shuttle missions has officially come forward with many long-duration confirmed sightings. I have seen some of the video he is actually commenting on tape as the camera is focusing and following very anomalous object/s.

Fuel ice being sited for any of these video documents in this edit is not likely causal for any of these events and what we see.


posted on Dec, 22 2010 @ 04:51 PM
reply to post by ZeroGhost

Yes, the movements of the UFO's particularly in the tether sequence look so not like the are just ice particles. Just because it is possible to have a curved trajectory in space does not mean they are ice particles. The ones that play follow my leader are particularly difficult to explain away.

I also firmly believe that just because some of the objects look close to the shuttle in a few seconds of footage that the rest of the tether sequence is being spuriously considered debunked prematurely. It's almost like a lot of 'researchers' would like to concentrate on a few seconds footage and ignore lots of anomalies elsewhere in that and other material.

Another thing that seems to be ignored on the tether sequence is that they actually seem to be trying to get a better look at something other than the tether. Why would they do that if they were so sure it's debris?

posted on Jan, 1 2011 @ 06:29 AM

Originally posted by Immortalgemini527

Originally posted by anubisone
Dont jump right away....i have a reason for the term MIND-BLOWING. i think this the by far the most informative video on UFOs in whole You Tube land


the video is very well edited, it has some pretty serious information from ORIGINAL Apollo astronauts, and well, all of this footage is from NASA itself


**** for some reason the video wont embed, theres the link to YT

thank you
edit on 19-12-2010 by anubisone because: (no reason given)
i love seeing videos of shotting stars,good job.

I say good job to you, Immortal one. Because those are "shooting stars." They were deflected off the atmosphere, and is why the right angles are noticed in their course of travel. The last one in the first part of the vid looked to be wiggling trough the atmosphere due to dynamic pressures, I'm sure of it. Later in the vid you would think that Space Shuttle crew should had realized that if anything is moving with them it is, or "was" I should say, apart of the vehicle. They must have some sort of objective protocol they must follow when reporting such free floating objects outside the vehicle, or appearance of. I really don't think NASA is sending total idiots into space. Ummmm maybe on second thought.

I say maybe because a mental pic of Lisa Nowack the wacko flashed in my mind as I wrote that last sentence.

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