posted on Mar, 31 2013 @ 03:23 PM
Originally posted by JimOberg
Originally posted by AthlonSavage
reply to post by ThinkingCap
How can Nasa and any other space agency keep denying what is ridicously obvious that Ufos are in space, monitoring earth space craft.
They can make such assertions because they base their analysis on knowledge of real spaceflight, not half-baked fantasies from enthusiasts who have no
clue what really goes on in orbit and what it looks like on an ordinary day. To try to fill in gaps in the latter population subset, and to encourage
truly useful and important observation of space videos by the public to spot potentially important anomalies, i wrote my "99 FAQs About 'Space UFOs'"
in the 'space myths' section of my home page [see my signature]. Please keep watching -- and please sharpen your interpretative processes to reduce
falling for so many false alarms. It's important to search.
Instead of arrogantly asserting your belief that we are not being visited by other sentient beings (Or space jelly fish
/ plastering your 'work'
into this thread --- how about we stay on topic? At the very least, I'm sure you can easily copy and paste for us, your vast knowledge on debunking
this very real phenomena.
"It can't be happening" is a cop out, and I would appreciate it if you ceased with your belittling of a subject some of us take very seriously.
Why not focus on the subject matter --- I'm sure that you've got an opinion on this footage, or have you even watched the video yet?
As the object comes into view, is it tumbling towards the camera or blinking in place?
Is it tumbling, or blinking?
What type of "debris" would 'bounce' back at such a speed and angle?
And why the hell did the operator suddenly click to other footage just as the object reels back into view?
^ This to me is highly suspicious, and not uncommon of space operators.
However, could this be tricky editing from the source?
edit on 31-3-2013 by ThinkingCap because: (no reason given)