Originally posted by mobiusmale
Neverending debate about the existing videos would seem unnecessary if one only has to go out every day at noon and do the work necessary to narrow down the possibilities until the facts are determined...
Originally posted by Pharyax
reply to post by jude11
HAHAH! Yeah.. bro, shave that forest on yer arms...
IMO it could be one of those really hi tech homemade versions of an RC plane.. I've seen LAWNMOWER versions of them flying.. but the SR 71 blackbird had to be the best.. It was REALLY fast too. had to be expensive as hell to make.
Originally posted by BM1092
Surprised to see them actually showing this on the news
Education - Bachelors of Science , Bioenvironmental Sciences and Entomology Texas A&M University , College Station Master's degree , Education - Curriculum , Instruction and Assessment Regis University
Originally posted by mc4denmark
reply to post by GezinhoKiko
Yea she sure seems to be well educated. Guess some of the pro-bug people are going to take their words back again
Originally posted by darkbake
Did anyone notice that Fox News even went out there themselves and got footage of the UFO themselves? That is the best way to verify footage as real, right?
They also got an aviation expert to identify the objects as not birds, bugs, helicopters or planes. This is a solid report in my opinion.edit on 9-11-2012 by darkbake because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by jude11
No idea what that is but by the looks of the arms on that guy it seems to be prehistoric man showing us how it's done.
Originally posted by Xaphan
Originally posted by dplum517
I love how when an "expert" speaks out and says these objects are indeed UFOs ...... he's suddenly not an expert anymore.... just some guy with an opinion.
This happens quite often. Skeptics/hardcore debunkers are more biased than they are willing to admit. When an expert is saying something that resonates with the debunker's opinion, then that expert is always right no matter what. But when a legit expert says something that they don't want to hear, they immediately dismiss him and label him as a fringe pseudo-scientist charlatan.
Originally posted by theabsolutetruth
So true, the attitude of most skeptics is ridiculously biased and closed minded, it's like they have some sort of psychological reluctance to admit any view other than theirs.