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Alien Creature Swims Past International Space Station? 2013 1080p Available

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posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:05 AM

Originally posted by OpenEars123
This is CLEARLY a hoax video made by KNOWN hoaxers.

45 flags is quite embarrassing.

So if by dumb luck a known hoaxer provides a video of a real UFO
We would ignore he´s findings, interesting mindset

Every video showing something unidentified deserves a look, don't leave any stones on turned we might miss something

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:07 AM

Originally posted by Croquanna402
reply to post by TrueAmerican

Honestly, the rigging itself looks like the ISS, but there's something "fishy" about the swimmer. Either this is in fact taken from underwater, or it's CGI. Have done some video compositing for special effects in the past, one can easily pull this kind of stuff off.

Because you can fake it don't break it
Underwater footage? why is that, because you know how alien creatures would behave in space?

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:08 AM
It's obviously swimming through some sort of cosmic SYRUP! I'ts not dark matter, it's intergalactic SYRUP that the astronauts somehow missed when they first went to space!

But it's there, I'm sure, along with these cosmic platypuses, just minding their own business and swimming away through the syrup.

How dare they!

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:08 AM

Originally posted by ImpactoR
reply to post by TrueAmerican

SERIOUSLY? Where is your mind? Okay something is floating there and your first defition: ALIEN creature! Alien!

It is heads like you that give a bad name to the overall topic.

Well if its outside earths atmosphere and its alive..
that would make it a alien creature

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:14 AM
I'm guessing hoax based on the fact that when zoomed in the 'create' is tack sharp but the space station is out of focus. The pixelation doesn't match. Red flags on that.

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:22 AM
reply to post by TrueAmerican

The original video was sent to ADG UK by one Henry Grantham. Methinks Mr Grantham has taken a film still of the ISS and placed it over a petri dish containing a tadpole and re-filmed it. Anyway, whichever way it was shot, it's clever image manipulation.

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:37 AM
reply to post by TrueAmerican

It couldn't be a bug caught in the lens as it wouldn't be in focus. It could be a large meteor. It could also be a UFO.

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:39 AM
reply to post by TrueAmerican

I don't believe it's "swimming" through anything ....when energy is strong enough, it's frequency can help it be seen easier ...I don't think there is anything filling this object but streaming energy. It might be some form of craft but nothing SWIMS space's not an ocean out there.

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:54 AM
From back on Page 4: The Solution (Thanks Lee!).

Originally posted by lee anoma could be these.
Someone pointed them out.

- Lee

A Clione Limacina.....

11 second video:

1:35 video:

Can we all agree now it's a hoaxed video?

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:59 AM

Originally posted by PhoenixOD
Funny how aliens seem to only exist in the region between blurred out and to far away to see what it is

That would be because the cameras are not made to be tracking little creatures that are all over the outside of the station.

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:59 AM
The object mostly resembles a Sea Angel, not a Sea Butterfly, the butterfly's 'wings' are much bigger and rounder in shape. But although the object does resemble a Sea Angel very well, there is still a problem, the mollusc is tiny, just 2" and on the face of it, you are not likely to be able to see it, if it is indeed going behind that arm, yet you can, pretty clearly, even the diaphragm of the wing as it flaps, the mollusc is ethereal in form and, it's not even out of focus, otherwise you would not see the wings at least. That means it is not too near the camera either and there is the problem of survivabilty. So either it is a hoax, or that we are dealing with something else entirely.
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posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 12:05 PM

Originally posted by jiggerj
reply to post by TrueAmerican

This is one of those instances where I'd want the creator of this hoax put in prison. As a species we have reached an age where we are fervently searching for the truth. My gawd, some idiots are going to believe this clip to be the real deal. I HATE that!

Anything that attempts to send people and science down a false path should be punishable by incarceration.

I agree hoaxer do a lot of damage, but in my opinion it is just as sad that if it were not fake many and most probably would not believe it.

I see no reason there would not be life in space, no reason at all, in fact it would seem very odd if there were not considering there is food and water and all kinds of stuff in space.

Empty space, we have discovered, is actually not empty at all. Quantum effects constantly produce particles and antiparticles "out of nothing," only to have them disappear few moments later. And space itself can either be almost flat or curved, depending on the amount of matter it contains.
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posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 12:05 PM
reply to post by TrueAmerican

More and more of these popping up. There was another a few months ago that used an infrared night shot to reveal a "swarm" of UFO. As an A/V guy it's not hard to supper impose one footage onto another but the decrease in cost of a microscope with video capabilities has led to cleverly placing some seemingly otherworldly creatures into a shot of outerspace. I believe what we're seeing is a microorganism and basic video masking techniques.

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 12:09 PM

Originally posted by lee anoma

Originally posted by _BoneZ_
Sorry, but Sugarcookie called it, and it looks the same to me:
That looks pretty irrefutable.

To you. You forgot to add that part.
It isn't to me.

I'm not trying to win a 'I called it' award here either.

Sugarcookie could be correct. It is possible. Also possible to be incorrect.
What we're all "calling" though, are our own theories and opinions.
It's still open for debate unless you known specifically because you filmed it.

To me it looks like a squid. Especially the upper smaller fins flapping.
They don't look long enough nor in the right position to be the legs of a water bug.

Water bugs swimming under the water swim with their legs more to the back not the front.

I could be wrong, but still, it's not a water-bug just because you say it is.
It isn't irrefutable until we know exactly what it is, sorry.

- Lee

it looks to me similar to squid but different then both.

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 12:20 PM

Originally posted by ed1320
reply to post by ImpactoR

If you read his original post its not him so chill trueamerican is a great player on ats. Dont look like youve done to much though and at least its something to talk about. It could be anything did you make the video so you know for sure thats why we talk about it.

Because some squid floating in space close to Earth - an area that's been on camera many times is so probable?

A hoax, or my suggestion is - some part of the ISS got loose, space junk. That's likley, no wait must be alien squid from planet X

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 12:21 PM

Originally posted by Tardacus
It looks like a hoax to me, in the vacuum of space there`s no reason why it would need to keep moving it`s tail or other parts in order to move, once it is in motion it will stay in motion without any further need to propel itself, right?

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Maybe it is feeding on small particles through those movements absorbing them, or some other reason for moving that we would have no reason to understand.

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 12:22 PM
reply to post by Spacespider

So if by dumb luck a known hoaxer provides a video of a real UFO

I think that is what he is trying to say with this...

You may want to visit his youtube channel and enjoy some of his other videos, because once a hoaxer always a hoaxer.

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 12:22 PM
reply to post by lee anoma

Good call.

Excellent thread guys.

S&F for the OP.

posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 12:59 PM
reply to post by jiggerj

Well said jigger. I would temper the legal ramification avenues for hoaxing along the following lines. There are three types of hoaxes:

1. Straight Hoax. Done to entertain one's self and get the rush of adrenaline from magician-ship; you will find magicians ranging from those who disclose they are magicians to the unethical who do not - Regardless however, the goal is to hold the audience enraptured with your personal intellect, sophistry and implied authority and skill. Balls, videos and rabbits are used. A Straight Hoaxer may or may not reveal who they are.

One can do magic with facts as well. You will find many SSkeptics, are also hobby or even professional magicians. Both hobbies held from a young age. This is not a coincidence. Deception provides an adrenaline rush, especially when spun inside a cocoon of apparent correctness.

2. Fake-Hoax. Done to discredit organizations and persons to whom the Fake-Hoaxer wishes to do damage. A Fake-Hoax will always be fitted with a 2nd layer deep "Key" - the Key is the obvious or semi-obvious flaw or Achilles heel of the argument or the evidence, which - while not lay manifest - is sitting inside the data like an Easter Egg waiting to be found and explode on the whole Hoax - this in an effort to discredit a specific targeted subject or persons. Fake-Hoaxes often bear the signs of employed common method/theme and are mass produced. A Fake-Hoaxer will never reveal who they are.

Fake Hoaxes will come in thematic waves, through the same channels, and right on the heels of an astounding event. They will be imitative and proceed along the same lines as the precipitating dramatic event.

3. Strawman Hoax. Done to "Show how easy it is to fake this stuff." This is no different than the perpetrator of the Straight Hoax - except that the perpetrator in this case comes out and discloses that the evidence is a fake; at some later time after they have gained the adrenaline rush of deception or when the revelation will increase their celebrity status to the greatest effect. As if this is some sort of grand ethical action on their part. In reality, Strawman Hoaxers and Straight Hoaxers are all the same thing. A Strawman Hoaxer will always reveal who they are. Strawman Hoaxers are compensated by becoming celebrated members of the Social Skeptic Cabal.

Strawman Hoaxes should be illegal under fraud statutes - especially when click commerce is being transacted on such fraud. By prosecuting these people, this will force hoaxers to remain in the closet in either the camp of 1) Giddy Surreptitious Magicians, or 2) The Maliciously Surreptitious. By not allowing the avenue of thinking... 'hmmmm, all I have to do if caught is say, "I wanted to show how easy it was to fake this stuff" - under admission, a disincentive will be placed for hoaxers of all types, and give them pause.

In the end, however all three hoax genre games only exist as a mechanism which feeds recitation material for those promoting cultivated ignorance. They are a smokescreen and extraordinary tool of deceit at several levels.

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posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 01:02 PM

Originally posted by TrueAmerican
Well, it's a youtube video so it must be a hoax, right?

At first I was skeptical, but then I saw your little eyeroll smiley. Now I'm convinced.

Alien Disclosure group UK, huh?

You might want to look into the source of the youtube upload.

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