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Originally posted by Cataclysm
Much info on this subject is found in an ATS thread, including pics of debris, the entities that analysed it and their findings.
Dalnegorsk's inhabitants noticed a reddish ball flying parallel to the ground, emitting no sounds, which size was about "the half of the Moon's disc": its speed was approximately 34 mph and it was hovering about 700-800 meters above the ground.
Originally posted by UnCommonKnowledge
Guys, guys. It's a road side attraction designed to separate ignorant fools from their money, and hope they buy a key-chain on their way out. And this is a serious discussion around here?
Originally posted by kerazeesicko
reply to post by tomten
Thought you had an IQ of 130 yet your misspelling simple words such as wich(which) and making an error when writing..a simple little thing like meteors does not hover..should read..meteors do not hover.
Also name all the labs this artifact has been analyzed or you don't know and are just taking someone's word for it.
An intelligent person would do their own research before submitting a thread such as yours with the tag authentic.
To show that this is not just some BS made up.
edit on 28-3-2012 by kerazeesicko because: I CAN
Originally posted by type0civ
reply to post by tomten
F.Y.I. My IQ is 130.
tell us more about your intelligence quotient...please.
The chemical analysis, reported in the prior ATS thread, includes these assertions:
The mesh particles could not be dissolved; and, one of the mesh particles showed gold, silver and nickel, but after the particle was heated in a vacuum, analysis NO LONGER showed these elements, rather molybdenum and rhenium were detected.
Not being a chemist, I don't know what, if any, the significance of this is. Perhaps Lowneck or another chemist could tell us.
If one chooses to report a sighting, it's almost impossible these days. Government agencies will refer you to somebody else, perhaps the National UFO Reporting Center or something of that nature. But I would be very surprised if anybody could find an agency inside the government that would even take a report. The evidence points toward something happening, so that creates an urgent need for critical scientific analysis. But we need to allow scientists to do that without detriment to their career.