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Originally posted by RP2SticksOfDynamite
They will not disclose because they know they will no longer be able to control the people and also know that they will never be trusted in anyway again!!
The reason we have not seen ET craft landing and ET's in our parks and towns is because they have agreement with our Governments and in return im sure there are things that ET wants and gets!!
Originally posted by HumansEh
2013 will be the year that Nasa and the U.S Government will finally announce to humanity that life forms of some sort have been discovered on another world or on a moon/asteroid/flying saucer/astronaut's shoe etc.
How do I know this?
Do I have a relative working for NASA? - No
Do I have a contact inside The White House? - No
Have I knowledge from inside Area 51? - No
I do have a Bookmaker though!
Every year I have always placed a modest bet on mankind realising that we are not alone in the universe. The criteria for these bets have been set within each year and would be verified by an official announcement made by the sitting President of the U.S from the White House on or before midnight on the 31st December of the particular year that the bet was placed.
Last year for example (2012), I had money placed at odds of 16/1 that such an announcement would take place. The odds change as the year progressed and depended on when during the year the bet was placed.
So today I logged into my online bookmaker to place my annual bet for the coming year 2013.
Instead of the usual odds and conditions displayed -
This was the notice that greeted me..
My bookmaker is not taking bets on alien existence being disclosed in 2013!
Bookmakers do not like to lose money and make it their business to try to gain inside and intimate knowledge of any event that they offer odds on...
Therefore, do they believe that they would be foolish for some reason to take bets on 2013 being the year?
"I Want To Believe!" And I will be delighted and kinda pissed if they do announce Alien existence in 2013
I leave it up to the great minds here at ATS........
Originally posted by tomten
reply to post by HumansEh
That's a good find!
The page still show's unavailable..
..so I guess the odds are 1:1 now :-)
Originally posted by jemoeder
Betting is bad.
Originally posted by tymothymichel
reply to post by rabzdguy
What makes you think that? Most cultures that go off looking for other places and people usually go to exploit resources and/or snap up some slaves or wealth. We'd all probably end up on a plate as an entree in an alien mcdonalds somewhere in orion's belt.
Originally posted by Swills
reply to post by HumansEh
I thought I was gonna hate this thread. I definitely hated seeing "proof" in the title. But then I decided to give it a chance and read it. Turns out I'm starring AND flagging it.
well played good sir... well played.
As 2012 ended and 2013 began, numerous UFOs were reported around the country -- nothing earthshattering there -- but what about alleged unidentified objects seen in space near the International Space Station (or ISS), a couple of hundred miles above Earth?
Videos have cropped up on YouTube showing images taken by NASA cameras of objects of different shapes, some moving very slowly, others rapidly hurtling through space.
What, exactly, are we looking at here? Alien spacecraft dropping by for a visit with the ISS? Reflections from ISS windows? Meteors? Or various types of orbiting or fast moving spacecraft-generated debris?
On Christmas Day, YouTube poster Streetcap1 recorded video of a silvery object, moving slowly near the curvature of Earth. At :46 into the following video, the object can be seen in faraway perspective.
"Spacecraft-generated 'dandruff' has been seen since the very first human spaceflights, when the non-intuitive relative motions and impossible-to-judge distances in the earthly environment of outer space tricked observers into misinterpreting visual stimuli," according to James Oberg, a former space engineer who specialized in NASA space shuttle operations and is currently the NBC News Space Consultant.
"It shouldn't be surprising that only half a century later, most folks watching YouTube videos are still totally flummoxed by what they understandably and excusably can't comprehend," Oberg told The Huffington Post in an email.
Oberg doesn't give much credence to any speculation that unidentified flying objects near the ISS originate from an alien civilization. But he also feels it's important for people to keep looking at camera feeds which may result in visual information that can help prevent potential technical problems for the ISS.
"It's good to keep scanning space video for possible anomalies and reporting them quickly," Oberg said. "The reason is, there is always a real chance that it could be a genuine anomaly, either a spacecraft malfunction or other threat, expected or unexpected. In the past, missions have failed because a clue that should have been seen out the window was overlooked."
Here's a compilation of alleged UFOs flying around Earth as seen from space and posted by YouTube user danielofdoriaa. Are they meteors, spacecraft debris or computer-generated images superimposed on NASA footage?