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#2399662 - 11/06/17 07:39 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: Satilite73]
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Originally Posted By Satilite73

I would hope there are higher evolved life forms out there. If we're it, that seems kinda depressing. frowwn


In the end, we'll probably learn that we're actually in a forgotten petri dish in a lab somewhere.....
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#2399677 - 11/06/17 08:05 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: Moparnutcase]
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Originally Posted By Moparnutcase
UFO's or flying discs or what ever you want to call them are depicted in ancient hieroglyphics from thousands of years ago. And have you ever seen what some of the ancient "Gods" have been depicted as looking like? I would have to say that something from other than Earth has been here, at least in the past. Unlike most people who don't believe until it has been proven, I tend to believe until it has been DISPROVEN.


Exactly. HOW do you explain it? There is one drawing carbon-dated several thousand years old with a being with an air tank on his back, a mask, & the air supply connected to the mask. How could people thousands of years ago even imagine there was no breathable air "up there?"

As far as the vast distances of space, google how physicists now know that space can be bent & vast distances covered in a short span. Speed of light+ is irrelevant when compared to "bending" space. Read about physicist Robert Lazaar & his time spent in Area 51 in Nevada. I have to believe that some of the advanced technologies may have come as a result of research done at the Area 51 facility. Stealth technology comes to mind. We may have weapons that also lend to "secret" sources.

I have read quite a bit about the Roswell incident, as well as others, & I believe entirely we have been visited by advanced alien beings. Back in the 80's we were in Roswell on business & we met with an older dude who lived there all his life. We asked him if he was around during all that & he was indeed. So we asked him if it was a crashed weather balloon. He laughed & said "that's what they tried to get everybody to believe." He saw some of the material from the crash site & said it was thin metallic-like material & when you crumpled it up in a ball & released it, it sprung back & never showed a wrinkle. From talking to this guy, & reading & watching shows about the incident, I believe it was indeed a crash site & bodies were recovered.

Military pilots from WW2 routinely witnessed "foo fighters" - Google & read about those accounts. Many airline pilots have seen UFO's as well, but rarely report them or make official claims as to seeing them. But they know. So do NASA astronauts - they have seen "controlled" flight by unknowns in space & even filmed several. Back around 1978, my wife (girlfriend at the time) & I both witnessed a V-shaped group of green lights at very high altitude - we watched it for about 10 seconds & then the lights were no longer visible. To this day, we both remember vividly what we saw but cannot explain it.

Anyway, these are my opinions. I believe we are not alone.
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#2399681 - 11/06/17 08:12 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: mopars4ever]
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The universe is full of life. We puny humans haven't found it yet, but I think we're getting close. Finding rocky exoplanets in the "Goldilocks zone" has been the first step. Where life can exist it does exist. Just follow the liquid water.

The universe is big. Lots of programs let you scale it to any size you want. If you make the sun the size of a beach ball, the Earth is a BB orbiting about 200 feet away. The next nearest star is another beach ball 5000 miles away. No wonder we haven't found each other yet.

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#2399690 - 11/06/17 08:27 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: BSharp]
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Originally Posted By BSharp
TWhere life can exist it does exist. Just follow the liquid water.


Again, that's the limitation of our understanding of the requirements for life.

We could and probably are wrong about that too.
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#2399695 - 11/06/17 08:36 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: mopars4ever]
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Nope. God has created us unique in all the universe. That's why Jesus died for us on THIS planet, and not another. cool
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#2399698 - 11/06/17 08:42 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: The War Wagon]
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#2399736 - 11/06/17 09:32 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: mopars4ever]
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The "known" universe is bigger then most of us can comprehend. Every time we create another object to look closer at the edges of the "known" universe, we find that more exists, and probably has existed a very long time before we "discovered" it.

To even consider we are the only life form to exist is insane. Then to consider that we would be the highest intelligence and have the most technology of any other life form that may exist rally shows how arrogant some of us are. If we consider the possibility that other life forms may exist in the universe, it isn't out of the realm of possibilities that they may have the ability to travel across the universe and observe us much like some of us would like to go back in time to observe our history, or go to other planets and observe them in their natural environment.

War Wagon, we may be unique to this universe, and Jesus died for this planet, but how are you so sure God didn't do similar things on other planets in other parts of the universe? The God I know sure seems to like variety, we are a unique species and we are all uniquely different on this planet. Gene

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#2399745 - 11/06/17 09:52 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: mopars4ever]
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And lending credence to the "an ounce of truth in everything", the concept of Adam and Eve creating the first Alien/monkey hybrid is interesting....

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#2399784 - 11/06/17 11:21 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: Ramrod39]
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Originally Posted By DaytonaTurbo

It's sad to think about but there's a good chance us as a species will cease to exist for one reason or another before we get anywhere close to that point.


Over 99% of all species that ever lived on this planet are now extinct. Humans are headed down the same path. The only difference is that we will get there MUCH more quickly than most other species.


Ya, but what about all the knowledge that has been gained from space exploration???
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#2399795 - 11/06/17 11:37 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: mopars4ever]
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According to physicists we aren't going anywhere until anti-gravity propulsion gets figured out. Lightspeed rocket travel would never work as the G forces would splatter you and hitting a space rock at that speed would go through the craft like a bullet. Not to mention by the time you got back, if you did make it in one piece, the earth would be gone. runaway

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#2399808 - 11/07/17 12:01 AM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: Superfreak]
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Originally Posted By Superfreak
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Originally Posted By DaytonaTurbo

It's sad to think about but there's a good chance us as a species will cease to exist for one reason or another before we get anywhere close to that point.


Over 99% of all species that ever lived on this planet are now extinct. Humans are headed down the same path. The only difference is that we will get there MUCH more quickly than most other species.


Ya, but what about all the knowledge that has been gained from space exploration???


From one of the many sites addressing this question that I found in 1 minute of internet searching:

a list of things invented as a direct result of NASA’s space program!

Check it out!

According to The Independent, here are 50 everyday items we use that were developed by the space program:

1.The hand-held vacuum cleaner

2.Air-cushioned trainers

In the early 1980s, a process known as “blow rubber molding” was used to produce space helmets. Using this technology, former Nasa engineer Frank Rudy pitched an idea for an in-trainer shock absorber to the Nike Corporation. He envisaged a trainer with hollow soles filled with shock-absorbing material to cushion the impact of running. Rudy’s idea included a pad of interconnected air cells and the resulting trainer was called the Nike Air.

3.Firefighter breathing apparatus

Before 1971, the average weight of breathing apparatus was more than 30 pounds. Carrying the extra weight was so physically grueling that some firefighters opted to attack flames without any equipment. However, engineers at Nasa adapted the life-support systems used in spacesuits for use by emergency services. Four years later, experts had designed apparatus that weighed a third less and offered better fit and visibility.

4.Blankets for marathon runners

In 1964, Nasa developed a material capable of reflecting heat very effectively – a thin sheet of plastic coated with a metallic reflecting agent, usually gold or silver in color. Used as a blanket, it reflects about 80 per cent of the wearer’s body-heat back to them. It’s used to keep accident victims warm, and by marathon runners after the finish.

5.Safer runways

Nasa researchers discovered that cutting thin grooves across concrete runways reduces the risk of an aircraft aquaplaning after landing. Excess water drains along the grooves, increasing tire friction in wet conditions. The expertise has been adopted by airport operating authorities around the world.

6.Pill transmitters

Pill transmitters swallowed by astronauts to check their temperature and blood pressure are undergoing trials to be used as a way to monitor the health of fetuses in the womb. These pill-shaped gadgets can be used to monitor body temperature, pressure and other vital signs.

7.Faster racing cars

Carbon fiber was invented by the British in the 1960s (at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough), but was given a boost by its use in space flight. Carbon-fiber-reinforced graphite is used in the nose cone of the Space Shuttle. Strong, light and heat resistant, it is found in everything from tennis rackets to Formula One racing cars

8.The roof of the Millennium Dome

A flexible yet durable Teflon-coated fiberglass material was developed in the 1970s for use on astronauts’ spacesuits. Teflon-coated fiberglass is now used for the roofs of many buildings worldwide, including the Dome in London.

9.Greenliving

It may seem strange, but the green movement owes a debt of gratitude to the rockets that blasted off into space. Efficient solar-power technologies – in which silicon crystals grown in a laboratory convert light into electrical energy – were first developed by Nasa in the early 1980s. The same technology is now widely used by companies manufacturing solar panels.

10.Personal storm warning system

11.The most impressive soundbite of all time

Neil Armstrong setting foot on the moon on 21 July 1969 was one of the most historically important moments of the 20th century. His proclamation, which was heard by radio audiences around the world – “that’s one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind” – remains one of the most famous statements ever uttered.

12.Better sunglasses

Nasa invented a special coating using a form of diamond-like carbon to protect its astronauts’ helmets from being scratched by space particles. A modified form of this substance – which decreases surface friction and therefore reduces scratching – has since been used by many sunglasses manufacturers, including Ray-Ban, since 1988.

13.First detailed map of another planet

In 1971, the Mariner 9 probe arrived at Mars and beamed a total of 7,329 images of the planet back to Earth. It provided the first global map of the surface of the Red Planet, including detailed views of its system of canyons and volcanoes, Valles Marineris.

14.The potential to preserve priceless art

After being first tested by Nasa, “polyamides” – incredibly strong and heat-resistant polymers – have been researched by the J Paul Getty Trust, which has discovered that one in particular may protect bronze statues from corrosion.

15.Car crash technology

“Explosive” bolts that can be remotely detonated to destroy them were used to free the Space Shuttle from its rocket boosters on blast-off. The technology has been adapted to create quicker and more powerful equipment to cut people out of car crashes. The cutters employ the same pyrotechnic “power cartridges” used on the Shuttle.

16.Longer golf shots

Wilson – one of the world’s biggest golf ball manufacturers – has improved the performance of its golf balls by implementing technology used to test the aerodynamics of the Space Shuttle’s external fuel tanks. These balls have a variety of specially configured dimples, which the company claims makes them travel further than conventional balls.

17.Plane wing-tips

Ever seen the vertical tip at the end of an airplane wing and wondered what it is? It’s a called a winglet and was originally developed at Nasa’s Langley Research Center. The winglet produces a degree of forward thrust (to help the plane in take-off and flight), operating much like a boat sail, and reduces wingtip drag. The winglet has been in service since the 1970s, and is found on all types of aircraft.

18.Freeze-dried meals

Nasa developed freeze-drying technology for the food carried by the Apollo missions. After the process, the product retains 98 per cent of its nutritional value and weighs just 20 per cent of its original weight. Snacks based on this technology are exported by Nasa to many countries, with sales running to several million pounds a year.

19.Baby food

Through Nasa research on algae (which it was hoped could generate oxygen in space through photosynthesis), it was found that certain algae contain two essential fatty acids present in human breast milk. These acids play an key role in infants’ mental and visual development. A synthetic ingredient that contains these acids is now added to baby food in 66 countries.

20.Warmer feet

Battery-powered thermal boots used by skiers are adapted from designs developed to keep astronauts warm during the Apollo space programme. Rechargeable batteries are worn inside the wrist of a glove, or the sole of a ski boot, and heat is generated by a small electrical circuit.

21.Increased understanding of the beginning of life

In 1995 the Hubble Space Telescope beamed images of the “Pillars of Creation” – columnar clouds of gas found in the distant Eagle Nebula – back to Earth. As well as being some of the most impressive images of space, these pictures changed scientists’ understanding of the beginnings of life in the universe.

22.’Anti-gravity’ treadmill

British marathon runner Paula Radcliffe has a stress fracture to her left leg, but aims to compete in the Beijing Olympics. She hopes to achieve this by training on a special “anti-gravity” treadmill developed by Nasa to help astronauts exercise in space. The machine operates in a high-pressure chamber which, in effect, cuts the weight of the user.

23.Hang gliders

In 1957, Nasa began testing various forms of wing for its Gemini space capsules. The wings’ simplicity of design, ease of construction, along with their capability of slow flight and gentle landing characteristics, was picked up by hang-gliding enthusiasts. The hang glider the enthusiasts designed became the most successful in history and formed the basis for the more streamlined hang gliders used today.

24.Straighter teeth

Nitinol, an alloy used by orthodontists to wire teeth braces, was tested in satellites that needed to spring open after being folded into a rocket. Nitinol is durable and springs back into shape after bending.

25.Heat-absorbing sportswear

Athletes can perform more strenuous activity without becoming overheated, thanks to new sportswear inspired by the cooling systems used in astronauts’ spacesuits. The clothes have packets of heat-absorbing gel positioned near parts of the body where the most heat is emitted.

26.Heart surgery

Bypass surgery is not the only means for doctors to deal with a blockage in the coronary artery. Nowadays, precise lasers can be used to clean arteries with extraordinary accuracy, while not damaging the walls of blood vessels. The lasers were originally developed by Nasa to monitor gases in the atmosphere of the Earth.

27.Life support for patients

Project Mercury, the first US human spaceflight program, which ran from 1959 to 1963, developed sophisticated monitoring systems to track the physiological status of its astronauts. The same technology is used today in intensive care units and specialist heart units.

28.Medicinal light- emitting diodes

The light-emitting diode (LED) technology used in plant growth experiments on board the Space Shuttle has led to the development of hand-held LED units used for the temporary relief of muscle and joint pain, as well easing the symptoms of arthritis, stiffness, and muscle spasms. It is that hoped use of LED technology will spread to aid bone-marrow transplant patients in the near future.

29.Artificial limbs

Robotic technology has been used to create more dynamic artificial limbs. New foam technology – used as a shock absorber by Nasa – has brought about more natural-looking prostheses and has helped reduce wear and tear.

30.Intelligent underwear

A new bra developed as a space spinoff aids the detection of breast cancer by employing water flowing through tubes to cool the skin surface. When used in conjunction with thermography – a heat-detecting technique used to detect tumours – this adapted clothing, improves image resolution and makes it easier to pick up any cancers.

31.Detection of forest fires

Nasa fire-detection wizardry developed in the early 1990s is now used by the authorities in the USA to detect forest fires that might not be spotted soon enough on the ground, and pinpoint their location. Infrared technology identifies the extent of a fire so firefighters can be sent to the right places to tackle it.

32.Plant research

Nasa research into possible bases on the Moon and Mars is looking into the use of plants to provide food, oxygen and water, reducing the need for outside supplies. The research is based on hydroponics, in which plants grow in a liquid instead of in soil. It could be used in food production on Earth.

33.Chromosome analysis

Using Nasa image-processing technology, human chromosomes are being photographed via cameras mounted on microscopes. The images can then be digitized, allowing doctors to enhance the pictures. The technique can be used to detect infant abnormalities.

34.Less rubbish

Derived from technology on the Space Shuttle, a waste compactor that needs no electrical power has been developed for boats and recreational vehicles. The device has hand-operated ratchets that drive a pressure plate with a compressive force of 2,000 pounds – a more than ample amount to crush cans, for instance.

35.Better skiing

Nasa developed the know-how to keep spacecraft windows clear of condensation before launch by applying two thin coatings of a special detergent oil mix to them. This has since been applied to stop ski goggles, deep sea diving masks, spectacles and vehicle windows from steaming up.

36.Better brakes

Studies of high-temperature space materials allowed the development of more resilient and cheaper materials for brake linings. These substances are now found in truck brakes, cranes and passenger cars and make for better and more reliable braking at high speed.

37.Improved air quality

A US firm has created an air-quality monitoring system based on a Nasa scheme. The monitor can analyze the gases emerging from chimneys and determine the amount of individual gases present, helping to ensure that buildings meet emission standards.

38.Life-saving heart technology

One benefit of Nasa’s work in telemetry – wireless control of devices – has been the creation of a heart pacemaker that can be controlled remotely. With no invasive procedures, a physician communicates with the pacemaker via a wireless device held over the patient’s chest.

39.A possible end to water shortages

Research into using bacteria as a means to remove impurities and purify water is being still being undertaken by Nasa. The system makes use of scant resources by turning waste water from respiration, sweat and urine into drinkable liquid and it’s hoped that this could help poorer communities in developing countries.

40.More competitive swimming

Some of the swimsuits favored by professional swimmers utilize technology found in spacesuits. The rubber is covered with barely visible grooves that reduce friction and aerodynamic drag by modifying the flow of water over an athlete’s body. These suits are 10 to 15 per cent faster than conventional swimsuits and could give an athlete the winning edge.

41.The self-righting life raft

Developed for the Apollo program, the raft fully inflates in 12 seconds and is stable during extremely adverse weather conditions. The craft are now used by coastguards around the world.

42.Home blood pressure kits

When Alan Shepard became the first American to fly in space some 37 years ago, Nasa scientists had to invent an automatic measuring device to find out how blasting off affected the astronaut’s blood pressure. Blood-pressure kits based on this design subsequently went mainstream.

43.Hydraulic rescue cutters

A rescue tool used by fire departments across America uses battery technology first employed by Nasa. The cutting technology – used to free accident victims from wreckage – employs a miniature version of the power cartridges first used on the Space Shuttle and is 50 per cent lighter (and 70 per cent cheaper) than previous rescue equipment. The cutters work more quickly than conventional ones and were used in the aftermath of the 1995 Oklahoma Federal Building bombing.

44.Satellite television

On 10 July 1962, a television transmission showed the American flag fluttering outside a communications center in Andover, Maine. It was made possible after Nasa launched its Telstar satellite, the world’s first active communications satellite, at 4.35 that morning.

45.Voice-controlled wheelchairs

Voice-controlled wheelchairs make use of Nasa robot voice recognition technology and are fitted with microcomputers that can respond to oral commands. The chairs help people with severe disabilities to perform daily tasks such as turning on appliances.

46.Mine-clearing technology

A type of surplus rocket fuel favored by Nasa has been used to create a device that can destroy land mines safely. The gadget uses the fuel to burn a hole in the mine’s casing and to burn away the explosive contents, making it easier to clear land of mines.

47.Long-life tires

The technology used to make parachutes to land exploratory probes was adapted by tire companies to create tires five times stronger than steel. Such technology, pioneered for use in tires by Goodyear in the late 1970s, employs long-chain molecular structures to increase tread lives by 10,000 miles, meaning that we can all drive further for less.

48.Eye screening

Nasa image-processing techniques are used to detect eye problems (errors in refraction, or the bending of light on to the retina) in children. An electronic flash from a 35mm camera sends light into the child’s eyes, and an image of the patient’s optical reflexes is then produced.

49.The personal alarm system

The pen-sized ultrasonic transmitters used by prison guards, teachers and the elderly and disabled to signal for help is based on technology derived from space telemetry. The pen transmits a silent signal to a receiver that will display the exact location of the emergency, enabling help to be sent.

50.The first photos of Saturn’s rings

In 1977, the probe Voyager 1 took almost 16,000 images of Saturn, its moons and its rings. The resulting photographs detected the presence of “spokes” within the planet’s ring patterns, which led scientists to reconsider theories about their formation.

[Source: The Independent]
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#2399811 - 11/07/17 12:10 AM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: sp392]
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#2399998 - 11/07/17 01:05 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: mopars4ever]
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Unfortunately most people haven't seen a UFO. If you ever do you will not accept that they are weather balloons or swamp gas. It is amazing with all the reported sightings that there is still no good evidence. These days everyone has a camera with them all the time. I see why it is hard to convince non-believers that UFO's do exist. Hollywood has made it harder for the subject to be taken seriously.

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#2400006 - 11/07/17 01:23 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: dan9]
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Unfortunately most people haven't seen a UFO. If you ever do you will not accept that they are weather balloons or swamp gas. It is amazing with all the reported sightings that there is still no good evidence. These days everyone has a camera with them all the time. I see why it is hard to convince non-believers that UFO's do exist. Hollywood has made it harder for the subject to be taken seriously.


I believe evidence DOES exist, but like Roswell, the evidence is covered-up & suppressed. Ever seen the movie "Fire in The Sky?" That was based on a true story by a logging crew in AZ. All the members of the crew took polygraph tests & passed. Whether you believe in UFO's or not, this was a very cool movie. There's even a YouTube series where one of the actual logger guys talks about his abduction. VERY interesting stuff!
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#2400008 - 11/07/17 01:24 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: mopars4ever]
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Hey - Don Garlits is a believer!
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#2400015 - 11/07/17 01:38 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: new bee]
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Originally Posted By new bee
Neil deGrasse Tyson's conversation on the topic is worth listening to.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSJElZwEI8o



laugh he's entertaining... good stuff...

and here is the follow-on with his views about life elsewhere in the Universe...

https://youtu.be/HO6ONMLfg5A


Edited by 67SATisfaction (11/07/17 01:43 PM)
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#2400022 - 11/07/17 01:56 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: Supercuda]
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I saw one once with my parents on a trip.
I once talked with Big Daddy {Garlits} at a show in Texas when the show was slow as it had rained>
We had a nice talk about God, UFO's and his 57 Chevy driver he towed with him, and his shirts and stuff.
I had a man who worked for my company who, said he was visited many times.
last time was when he was doing drugs behind a 7-11 by the dumpster. They flew over, put the lights on him. He pulled out his Bic Lighter. Flicked his "BIC"
They got scared and flew away. As he says they are Scared of Fire
I asked him if they are so smart that they can travel like that why are the scared of fire? he says they just are. But other than that they are 100% smart!
So smart they they disguised the smaller ship! The one, used to go back and forth from the Mother Ship, as a Police Helicopter
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#2400051 - 11/07/17 02:37 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: 67SATisfaction]
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and here is the follow-on with his views about life elsewhere in the Universe...


One of my favorites.
I love the part about the DNA percentage comparisons.
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#2400058 - 11/07/17 02:50 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: mopars4ever]
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Interesting topic and mostly very good comments. I believe the UFO sightings throughout history have been real to the people who saw them. Whether or not they have been alien travelers visiting our planet is a different question. There are a lot of unexplained events that have happened on earth through time.

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#2400085 - 11/07/17 03:57 PM Re: UFO`s Believe or not believe? [Re: Sunroofcuda]
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Originally Posted By Sunroofcuda

I believe evidence DOES exist, but like Roswell, the evidence is covered-up & suppressed.


...because all Gov'ts on earth cooperate to maintain total control over all of the aliens who have travelled lightyears across the galaxy to visit our planet.
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