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posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 01:51 PM
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Having monopoly upon spacecrafts, orbyt, and everything up and down, upon telecommunications, upon weapons of mass destruction, that is monopoly upon anyone's health and life, isn't it?

What if an interest group is controlling that, they can become the rulers of the world, and anyone else their slaves?
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posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 01:53 PM
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Originally posted by Okeyd57
That's fantastic ! It's "arms" actually look like transparent wings. And it is dragging two legs of some type. At first, I thought they were wings too, but then I assumed it would be using them if they were. Very strange indeed.

I've seen other video's by a scientist who claims we have life all through the atmosphere. Maybe he's been right all along ?


If they're creatures like that in space, we could learn how they move through space and possibly make a spaceship using that type of propulsion...



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 01:57 PM
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Originally posted by WanderingThe3rd

Originally posted by heyitsok

Originally posted by L.J.C
HELLO! www.nasa.gov...

"For centuries, people have gazed at the constellation Pisces and imagined starry fish swimming in space. Aboard the International Space Station, however, astronauts have a much closer view of real finned friends, thanks to the Medaka Osteoclast investigation. Sponsored by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the study will help scientists uncover new knowledge about human bone health in space and on Earth."

Reflection of a Fish perhaps?
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Thank you! Thank you L.J.C.!

I was wondering how many pages of debate about what kind of space creature it is, would elapse before somebody verified whether or not there are any insect/animal studies being done on ISS from which this could be a reflection.

Deny Ignorance is the game, and you totally win!



your not denying anything, you're just being ignorant.

There is NO WAY that CREATER was a REFLECTION of FISH,
I mean unless it was a really fat koe that didn't use its back tale that just happened to be 90 degrees in the wrong angle? so it would also have to be mutated, looks like a jellyfish, but then it can't be. Watch the movements.

Ok here is the bet, if this is a reflection you need to figure out what it is a reflection of, because that's no bug, and that wasn't the fish in the picture you provide


Firstly, that is not what I said. What I said was simply praising another member for actually doing some due diligence on this subject and contributing the results to the thread before jumping to ridiculous and unfounded conclusions.

Secondly, what it is a reflection of has already been 100% established in my mind, by other members: a sea angel.

Thirdly, you have no idea how being in a null-gravity environment might affect the behavior of a fish.

Fourthly, regarding the fish's "incorrect orientation": it is in a null-gravity environment. Think about it. In their natural environment fish move pretty much laterally. In zero gravity they have to deal with severely different notions of pitch, roll, and yaw, than what they experience on earth. I did watch the movements, whomever you are, and I processed the results through an education and an I.Q. You should try it.

And, finally, I don't even think it is a reflection. I think it is a straight-up hoax, a video of a sea angel subimposed beneath a video of the I.S.S. See all the other evidence in the thread for how I arrived at this conclusion. Or, remain ignorant. Challenge is to you, dude.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 01:58 PM
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Originally posted by rickymouse
I don't think it is impossible for some sort of creature to have evolved in the universe to be able to live in space. It would have to have the ability to utilize energy from space though and I would guess that plantlife would be more of a choice although an insect might be feasible. I doubt if this is anything other than a hoax though. These organisms would be invisible to us and move faster than this video does.

If we keep thinking lifeforms have to fit into our definition than we will never be able to understand. Science cannot see that an old tree can be super intelligent yet. The definition of intelligence is also flawed, applying only to man with all perception having man considered the most intelligent creature. I am sure the deer think we are dumb. I also feel that our cats think we are stupid but good providers.

So I say hoax on the video but not on the concept


Although I also think this is faked, I don't see how anyone at this point in time when we are just learning how little we know can possibly say their can't be life forms in space.

Everything we know could even be a projection. Personally I think everything we do know is an indication that life will flourish in any place under any conditions.


robing space on the smallest scales only makes the mysteries multiply. Down there, things are going on that physicists today can barely fathom—forces powerful enough to generate whole universes. To top it off, some of the strangest places in space, black holes, have led scientists to propose that like the hologram on your credit card, space may just be a projection of a deeper two-dimensional reality taking place on a distant surface that surrounds us. Space, far from being empty, is filled with some of the deepest mysteries of our time.


www.pbs.org...-space

It could be that since we have began to invade space that life is now in space.


Instead of assuming a reality that predates life and even creates it, we propose a biocentric picture of reality. From this point of view, life—particularly consciousness—creates the universe, and the universe could not exist without us.


discovermagazine.com...-

Perhaps there are creatures that live off of unknown particles or radiation in a way that we have not yet run across. we have found creatures that eat acid or rock or live in boiling water or oil. WHY do people place limits when we keep finding the limits expanding as our knowledge grows?


We now know that most of the energy in the observable universe can be found not within galaxies but outside them, in otherwise empty space, which, for reasons we still cannot fathom, "weighs" something. But the use of the word "weight" is perhaps misleading because the energy of empty space is gravitationally repulsive.


articles.latimes.com...
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posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 02:02 PM
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Originally posted by wisper

Originally posted by Okeyd57
That's fantastic ! It's "arms" actually look like transparent wings. And it is dragging two legs of some type. At first, I thought they were wings too, but then I assumed it would be using them if they were. Very strange indeed.

I've seen other video's by a scientist who claims we have life all through the atmosphere. Maybe he's been right all along ?


If they're creatures like that in space, we could learn how they move through space and possibly make a spaceship using that type of propulsion...


Knowledge is power. Why to share real and actual informations with anyone, you better stupidise them, than rule upon?



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 02:14 PM
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"...what's it swimming through?"

Stuff "swimming" through vacuum poses some real problems. My feeble brain came up with "maybe it's swimming through the luminiferous ether?"

Maybe the old physics was right and light needs a medium?

Cool video with usual qualifiers (i.e. assuming some reality to it).



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 02:17 PM
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over the years I have seen a lot like this.
do the government add them? or are they real?



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 02:27 PM
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This looks like a complete hoax. The creature exhibits changing course without an active propulsion, the creature does not look to have any evolutionary tools to deal with the vacuum in space and looks like its meant for fluids. How is it that without any medium it propels, it is a violation of newtons laws of motion. Just a superimposed video of probably a sea angel.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 02:28 PM
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Eventually the astronauts themselves may be responsible for some life forms escaping into space and adapting to live there. They have taken probably thousands of species of plant animal and insect into space.


Tardigrades are able to survive in extreme environments that would kill almost any other animal. Some can survive temperatures of −273 °C (−459.400 °F), close to absolute zero,[5] temperatures as high as 151 °C (304 °F), 1,000 times more radiation than other animals,[6] and almost a decade without water.[7] In September 2007, tardigrades were taken into low Earth orbit on the FOTON-M3 mission and for 10 days were exposed to the vacuum of space. After they were returned to Earth, it was discovered that many of them survived and laid eggs that hatched normally.[8]


en.wikipedia.org...

Every country has sent a ton of creatures into space with and without protection.

en.wikipedia.org...
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posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 02:32 PM
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Originally posted by heyitsok

Originally posted by beatbox
It kinda does look like she's under water...whose to say something organic in space can't move like that, if its in its own environment?

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The difference being that she is withing an atmosphere, *not* in a vacuum.

However, the information you posted about "swimming in a vacuum" is very very interesting, and thank you for that.
When I visualize what the article describes, it seems to make sense to me.

I'm not sure of the authenticity of the video, but one thing I know....

Well, contrary to what you've been taught (teachers, wow // "science"...
), space is not a vacuum.

If space were a vacuum, anything travelling in space would not be able to propel at all, as there would be nothing to push against. Indeed, there is "some type of something" that rockets, the shuttle, the Int'l Space Station pushes against- to direct and propel themselves through space....

What exactly it is, I'm not exactly certain. Possibly no-one else knows either.
But I think that TPTB know. They just want to keep everyone else in the dark.

Perhaps other ATS minds can build on this premise.

p.s. idea presented in this post is already published i.e. copyrighted in a blog. So don't think about stealing the credit for this idea.
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posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 02:58 PM
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It looks like a jellyfish.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 03:03 PM
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Originally posted by _BoneZ_
It looks like some sort of insect. It even has arms/legs that you can see moving on both sides. Its movement suggests insect walking around. Maybe a reflection? No amount of flapping or movement of the extremities will be able to propel anything through space.

Interesting video, though.



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how can you be sure that nothing can propel itself through space? anything is possible, wouldn't it be ironic for the world to finally find that aliens visited us, however they weren't intelligent but rather just other "animals" swimming in space. Maybe space is like the ocean and there are living organisms 'swimming' through it. I don't see why that's outside the realm of possibility.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 03:07 PM
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holy crap! Life in outer space!!!!

If this is real then NASA have a lot of explaining to do.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 03:09 PM
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Originally posted by MarkJS

Originally posted by heyitsok

Originally posted by beatbox
It kinda does look like she's under water...whose to say something organic in space can't move like that, if its in its own environment?

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The difference being that she is withing an atmosphere, *not* in a vacuum.

However, the information you posted about "swimming in a vacuum" is very very interesting, and thank you for that.
When I visualize what the article describes, it seems to make sense to me.

I'm not sure of the authenticity of the video, but one thing I know....

Well, contrary to what you've been taught (teachers, wow // "science"...
), space is not a vacuum.

If space were a vacuum, anything travelling in space would not be able to propel at all, as there would be nothing to push against. Indeed, there is "some type of something" that rockets, the shuttle, the Int'l Space Station pushes against- to direct and propel themselves through space....

What exactly it is, I'm not exactly certain. Possibly no-one else knows either.
But I think that TPTB know. They just want to keep everyone else in the dark.

Perhaps other ATS minds can build on this premise.

p.s. idea presented in this post is already published i.e. copyrighted in a blog. So don't think about stealing the credit for this idea.
edit on 16/3/2013 by MarkJS because: (no reason given)
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It is a material vacuum. It is not an energetic vacuum.

And "your" idea was proposed by some of the very first NASA scientists. It is ancient history. Also, they were obviously proved wrong.

You seem to be confused about what "equal and opposite reaction" means in the context of a propellant. Think expanding gases.

Maybe I can put it in terms that you will understand. When you make popcorn, the popping kernels aren't pushing aginst nothing. They are pushing against each other. More and more so as more and more kernels expand. That is why the bag fills up with popcorn, instead of the kernels crushing each other back down to size.

People like you are the reason teachers commit suicide.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by TrueAmerican
Well, it's a youtube video so it must be a hoax, right?



Wrong, but it's a video from ADG (UK), Stephen Hannard's Alien Disclosure Group so of course it's a HOAX.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 03:14 PM
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Originally posted by MarkJS

Originally posted by heyitsok

Originally posted by beatbox
It kinda does look like she's under water...whose to say something organic in space can't move like that, if its in its own environment?

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The difference being that she is withing an atmosphere, *not* in a vacuum.

However, the information you posted about "swimming in a vacuum" is very very interesting, and thank you for that.
When I visualize what the article describes, it seems to make sense to me.

I'm not sure of the authenticity of the video, but one thing I know....

Well, contrary to what you've been taught (teachers, wow // "science"...
), space is not a vacuum.

If space were a vacuum, anything travelling in space would not be able to propel at all, as there would be nothing to push against. Indeed, there is "some type of something" that rockets, the shuttle, the Int'l Space Station pushes against- to direct and propel themselves through space....

What exactly it is, I'm not exactly certain. Possibly no-one else knows either.
But I think that TPTB know. They just want to keep everyone else in the dark.

Perhaps other ATS minds can build on this premise.

p.s. idea presented in this post is already published i.e. copyrighted in a blog. So don't think about stealing the credit for this idea.
edit on 16/3/2013 by MarkJS because: (no reason given)
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Space might not be a pure vacuum after all, but your thinking here or is totally wrong. Ever heard that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction? Combustion of fuel/the rocket creates a force that propels the craft, something to push off of is not required.
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posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 03:21 PM
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The creature in the video looks to me like a naked sea butterfly or common clione. It's one of those translucent creatures that live in the depths of the ocean. I'm not able to post a pic atm but for that are interested just google clione limacina and you'll see critter that is almost identical to the one in vid. Interesting video, hoax or not.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 03:22 PM
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Ever heard that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction? Combustion of fuel/the rocket creates a force that propels the craft....

You proved my point exactly. There has to be something in space that absorbs the push, to be able to propel against. You can't push against nothing and end up going in the opposite direction because of that... that doesn't make any sense.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 03:28 PM
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What if it is able to push at a subatomic level against the billions of particles found in space around earth? Does any law of physics prevent a living being from doing such thing? pushing against the flow of particles coming from the sun and going to and through earth?



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 03:30 PM
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also, maybe it is moving along the magnetic field using electromagnetic propulsion?
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