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Thanx for that i too worked in the bases and can say that i know what we have and what we do not
Originally posted by Thunda
Interesting post, and I for one look forward to the series- hopefully there is some new material, and Im just glad the subject is getting the coverage it deserves.
I can confirm what Denver22 is saying about the skies in the Porstmouth area of the UK- centre of the British Navy and many many shady bases owned by the Military-Industrial complex producing all manner of flying/swimming/crawling and exploding black projects dotted all over the area. Know people who work at them- even had (ex-Navy) family working for one of them.
Some very famous UFO sightings in the area, and Im sure some of them are down to 'our' tech, back engineered or otherwise- however, I do not believe that all sightings can be put down to this- some are just way too bizarre even though I am convinced we have tech way beyond what is commonly thought to exist. I too have had my own sightings....
My whole world crumbled when i found out there is no aliens
Originally posted by cavalryscout
I think the show is going to be awesome.
I just hope it's better than Ancient Aliens.
Originally posted by OMNISLASHER
reply to post by anon72
One ufo i seen,at first glance looked like any other satellite,a sort of star that seemed too move,most would assume this is a ufo,but this was no satellite,because after a while it joined with a group of others just like it and started zooming around space like fly's chasing each other round a lightbulb only faster,much faster.
Originally posted by denver22
Hey listen up , take a look at this if you saw it in the sky you would shout
UFO would you not www.myfoxdc.com...
I have seen things far stranger than this 20yrs ago..
Most anthropologists and behavioral scientists agree that Cargo Cults seem to have originated around WWII, when cargos loaded with food fell from the skies not only in the South Pacific but over Africa, too, and many tribes thought the cargos came from angels. Today, many tribes still build land strips hoping planes piloted by angels will land on them. Most cargo cults believe evil white men stole the airplanes from angels, but soon the truth will be known to all--hopefully. Cargo cults usually have priests who build boxes that resemble radios and claim they are getting their beliefs, laws from the gods themselves. While cargo cults may seem dumb, let's face it, at least they can see airplanes. And failure to understand how airplanes work is exactly what made them worship airplanes in the first place.
Originally posted by Thunda
reply to post by denver22
Yeah seen that about the islanders making icons of B29's thinking they were 'sky gods', but we arent Papua New Guinean natives, and we know what military drones look like.
And yeah- relatives ex-HMS Dolphin- you dont have to quote Portsmouth Naval history to me (proud of it too).
Originally posted by DJW001
They are hyping a new series. National Geographic used to be a fine institution dedicated to exploring little known regions of the world. Now it's just another mass media conglomerate looking to push advertising time. They've gone down market. Sad.
Originally posted by anon72
4: Talking to Aliens- If aliens were to contact us, how would we respond in a manner that they would understand?