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Originally posted by _BoneZ_
Originally posted by JayinAR
Good call on the space junk.
I can buy that pending anything else surfacing.
Originally posted by Kuroodo
My eyes are good at outlining things...
I see a perfect outline of one massive ship
Originally posted by Strakha
If it is a ship I wonder if we were only able to see it because its propulsion systems had malfunctioned. That's the only reason I think we would see an advanced craft at night and the way those lights flashed reminded me of a electrical device or engine that was having trouble starting up or had briefly choked and spluttered.
Originally posted by greyer
The laughing in the background makes me think it's a hoax.
Night UFO footage is impossible to decipher, lights could be anything.
Originally posted by EarthCitizen07
reply to post by Ilovemygreatdanes
The space shuttle became old news because it was a pointless waste of tax payer dollars. We went to the moon back in 69-71 saw the ancient artifacts, recovered some of them, and then were warned off from the controllers.
I don't think we will ever go to mars because that planet is also occupied. Richard Hoageland and his team have done an excellent job uncovering all kinds of stuff and joseph farrell has expanded upon the cosmic conflict hypothesis.
We have NEVER been alone. No government wants to come clean and we can only speculate as to why. I think they are bad reasons but that is just my opinion based on the research I have done in the past and still do on and off.
I bet there are plenty of high resolution photos of venus, mars, the moon etc but they are extremely classified. If they were not god knows what we would see. Even people with amateur telescopes have seen transient lunar phenomena and space vehicles streaking across the night skies.edit on 11/5/13 by EarthCitizen07 because: (no reason given)