Originally posted by blackcube
I don't see anything there. There are so many space garbage that is hard to make anything from the video. Could be anything reflecting the light of
sun and make it "special/ufo ish"
Debris has no way to stop it's motion. Or appear out of no where and have speed and direction.
Nah, these are the videos that intrigue me, I firmly believe that space is an environment which is host to life. And every time these things I see,
they appear to be attracted to electrical activity. As if they are 'surfacing' to absorb it. -- surfacing meaning they drop down and absorb.. space is
the sea, earth is the air.
Like a dolphin will surface to breathe, but then continue under water.
They, if they are a they at all, don't appear to have any intelligence but seem more like a plant, there is never any shift in direction, but they
seem attracted to the upper atmosphere.
I thought this long before I had seen the tether video, and given that the entire idea of that was to absorb electricity from the upper atmosphere,
and it seemingly attracted a hell of a lot of 'debris' it made sense to me.
And also given that live exists in the most extreme places ON earth, sulfur vents, boiling temperatures, places with no oxygen, the deepest sees.. it
cannot be ruled out that there could be life that has existed in a vacuum. Fleeting about, absorbing energy from the upper atmosphere...
I'll never know. But to see the plethora of these videos, some where they are in formation, some where they are moving in random directions, some
where they appear to suddenly stop... I cannot believe it's 100% debris.
And the only reason why I would expect any government to deny the existence of such a thing would be if what we are doing is detrimental to their
existence. Easy to say "Nahh, you're a kook!" than to explain that something we're doing is destroying an entire habitat...
greenpeace in space.. oh lawdy... lol
edit on 6-7-2012 by mainidh because: (no reason given)