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Originally posted by wmd_2008
Even you dear old mucker on here Mikesingh left shortly after even was shown he was looking at his moon towers the WRONG way round.
Anyone who wants to educate themselves re how this works should look at this post and the others below it by depthoffield. Dare I suggest zorgon you should be first!
Originally posted by karl 12
Originally posted by AwakeinNM
Originally posted by Char-Lee
reply to post by Picollo30
That is what I believe. I think that many of the sightings especially of lit balls are energy type atmospheric creatures that live here and may be showing more in lower atmosphere because they are in distress from changes in their relm. I also think the same or similar creatures may live in space.
I'm gonna have to agree here. This makes the most sense.
I'm sure Zorgon would have a few things to say about this thread but what about close range sightings of seemingly metallic objects, here's what Professor James E. McDonald had to say about it:
"The type of UFO reports that are most intriguing are close-range sightings of machine-like objects of unconventional nature and unconventional performance characteristics, seen at low altitudes, and sometimes even on the ground. The general public is entirely unaware of the large number of such reports that are coming from credible witnesses... When one starts searching for such cases, their number are quite astonishing. Also, such sightings appear to be occurring all over the globe."
Professor James E. McDonald from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics at the University of Arizona speaking at the AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics) in 1968
Originally posted by ZardoZx
I'm to lazy to see if its already been said but- wouldn't we have found bones or remains of some sort if there were flying invisible/glowing animals flying around every where?
Originally posted by Charizard
Of course, both incidents were explained as being ball lightning, but sometimes I wonder...is there more to this phenomenon? How can burning gas seemingly 'phase' through solid objects? Could some exotic form of ball lightning be what we're seeing in some of the NASA videos? Or could ball lightning be something far more exotic than just balls of plasma?
Physicists have created blobs of gaseous plasma that can grow, replicate and communicate - fulfilling most of the traditional requirements for biological cells. Without inherited material they cannot be described as alive, but the researchers believe these curious spheres may offer a radical new explanation for how life began.
Most biologists think living cells arose out of a complex and lengthy evolution of chemicals that took millions of years, beginning with simple molecules through amino acids, primitive proteins and finally forming an organised structure. But if Mircea Sanduloviciu and his colleagues at Cuza University in Romania are right, the theory may have to be completely revised.
They say cell-like self-organisation can occur in a few microseconds. The researchers studied environmental conditions similar to those that existed on the Earth before life began, when the planet was enveloped in electric storms that caused ionised gases called plasmas to form in the atmosphere.
Originally posted by Aarcadius
i did not read more then 2 replys but here is my own. ive read bits here and there about atmospheric "dragons" if you will that move at such speeds that our eyes
Originally posted by Foxy1
there is one glaring fact that bothers me with the tether incident. Where is the nasa footage of the tether before it accidentally broke free due to overcharge? aparently its being hidden from the public. we know it exist.how can a organization hundreds of years old not have footage of firing up a highly experimental project? they only have the camera footage after it broke free accidentally? Something isnt adding up right?