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To the Professional Debunkers: May you never go to a doctor with Cancer and be told "Oh that's a pimple."
I have suspected that for ages but can't prove it. Do you have anything more tangible?
Originally posted by 1AnunnakiBastard
reply to post by Arken
UFOs are hardly seen in those routine looped videos aired by NASA. Best chance of seeing them is during astronauts missions, EVAs, docking, undocking...
Originally posted by network dude
some of you people are fanatics. Seriously, take a good long look in the mirror. The object in question has the characteristics of a reflection on the lens. It happens to be in the shape of a classic saucer. Wanting it to be aliens from Niburu doesn't make it so. If you blindly believe every picture is that of a spacecraft, then have fun trying to separate fantasy from reality.
Most of the debunkers are believers as well, they just hate to see ignorance spread around like manure on a fresh field. Get over yourselves and think instead of react. Otherwise, get a pair of black nike's and some kool-aid.
They are seeing real images, it's the explanation for the images that's fabricated, like calling a lens flare a giant spaceship in this thread.
Originally posted by AurelioMaghe
I can see why a lot of people just think everything about the ufo subject is fabrication.
Originally posted by PhoenixOD
I agree with Vandalour 100% its a reflection on the window from the light that is at the top left of the screen.
I wish people would stop running things through photoshop filters to try to make us believe they are solid object's it proves nothing at all..
Originally posted by Vandalour
reply to post by Arken
Appears to be a reflection of that "lamp" or shiney thing to the left, if you let the video load and pull the slider back and forth you can see how it moves "along" with the lamp.
I checked with the NASA guys and they definitely wash aboard the ISS. However, they don't use soup for washing as a rule.
Originally posted by dc4lifeskater
Do you think that the people on the space station smell really bad, they don't have a shower on there right because of the non gravity? I myself get pretty ripe after 2-3 days with no good hardy shower with some good scrubbing and lots of soup.