Originally posted by kindred
Wooooppeeee! At last, a decent video about UFO's on ATS. After all the BS we have to put up with, it's refreshing to watch an intriguing UFO video for once. Thanks for sharing.
And for whatever reason, all the 'debunkers', knowitalls, dismissers are nowhere to be seen.
Originally posted by AceWombat04
1) I can't tell what the objects in the video are. They are unidentified. Some look like they could be balloons. Some look like they could be lights on hills or other mundane structures filmed at night, when the hills aren't visible. I'm not saying that's what they are. As I said, I can't tell what they are. But that being the case, my first question is: what is the basis for the assumption that these are extraterrestrial craft?
2) There have been mass sightings before. These have been advertised and covered numerous times in the past. In addition, governments have made available some of their UFO documentation to the public (England and France in particular, for example.) People have proclaimed in the past that disclosure was imminent for these reasons, and for myriad other reasons. So my second question is: what is the basis for the assumption that disclosure has begun with these sightings, documents, and statements?
3) The video makes a lot of claims. However, proof of these claims (beyond the footage of the aforementioned unidentified objects) is not offered in the video. A compelling presentation and claims accompanied by footage of what may be literally anything are not persuasive proof to me. So my final questions are: is there independent confirmation (i.e. by unbiased people not involved with this video or these events directly) of these claims, and what other sources of information are available to fact-check these claims?
Ace - making sense and asking logical questions are frowned upon in the UFO forum. If you don't have blind faith in questionable videos and pictures you will be mocked for your disbelief and be called a "debunker" or one of many other names. That is really the only argument against doubt in here - to mock the doubter and/or call them stupid.
Just keep in mind, once again - like every month since the Roswell "event" - disclosure is right around the corner. No, really - this time it is coming.
Originally posted by cerebralassassins
I do not need to have a degree in Physics or Quantum Mechanics to realize one simple thing.
We cannot be the only living organism in the universe, accept it or deny it, everyone has a choice and my choice was made many decades ago.
That's because there is nothing in this video worth following up on. Nor is there anything in this video that would even come close to convincing someone with a reasonable mind to switch sides and start hanging out with the tin foil hat believer crowd.
Originally posted by Time2Think
reply to post by tallcool1
It's nice to see people still going out of their way to spam the boards with useless information.
Wait 18 months then come back here and pretend you're cool.edit on 17-6-2011 by Time2Think because: (no reason given)
I don't think anyone is really debating whether there is other life in the universe or not (I'm not debating that anyway). The debate is whether that life is visiting Earth or not - which a lot of us doubt. In the infinite vastness of the universe, Earth is a tiny little unremarkable speck. Even our sun is fairly un-noticable in the vastness of the universe.
Why are we so arrogant to believe that if there is life out there, and that life is capable of interstellar travel, that it must be visiting us?
And also, if "they" are so superior in their intellect, why do they always seem to leave their very Earth-like navigation lights on when they enter our atmosphere? Why for that matter do they have navigation lights on craft that travel faster than light?
Originally posted by onehuman
Im curious as to which clip in the show has you scratching your heads the most? Im sure it is just a matter of time before someone comes and says they are all swamp gas and lanterns etc. Funny I always thought the swarm shots were from mexico.