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written by Tacogeddon on Aug 26, 2006 10:21
A difficult subject to discuss with people. I'm in between both sides of the arguement... I have never seen a UFO, but I believe that the universe is so vast and varied that some other form of intelligent creature must be out there...they may or may not have visited Earth.

The difference between hoax and real evidence is often difficult to figure out, most of the evidence we have is vague....including blurry pictures, out of focus films, films with too much high-speed motion, stories lacking information, and so on. The hoax cases are covering what could be the truth.

So what do you folks have to say about UFOs.....ever seen one....have any favorite pictures from other cases...
journeyman
written by Stargazer on Aug 26, 2006 11:12
Personally, I have never seen any evidence, conclusive or otherwise, that aliens have ever visited the Earth, either in the modern era or the past. That's not to say I believe extraterrestrials do not exist and may one day make contact, but I highly doubt it has happened yet. To me, UFO's are most probably caused by a number of things rather than having a single explanation. Things such as chemical processes in the brain, electromagnetic atmospheric anomalies, high-frequency sounds, hoaxes (naturally), and in some cases maybe even secret terrestrial prototype aircrafts, just to name a few. I see no reason for why aliens should be one of these explanations.
whoosh
written by Buuks on Aug 26, 2006 12:53
Just wait, in a few weeks or months, we are in a terrible war with the Plutonians. They are angry that they don't live on a planet anymore.
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written by Tacogeddon on Aug 26, 2006 17:33
Buuks said:
Just wait, in a few weeks or months, we are in a terrible war with the Plutonians. They are angry that they don't live on a planet anymore.
They have you tricked, they are really invading from one of Jupiters sixty-three moons...I dare you guess which one.
whoosh
written by Buuks on Aug 26, 2006 18:18
hmmm, the forty-second?
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written by Tacogeddon on Aug 27, 2006 00:31
Buuks said:
hmmm, the forty-second?
I'm sorry...but that is incorrect. The correct answer was: Desdemona.....which is not a moon of Jupiter at all.
i haz title: speed-g-dof
written by Speeder on Aug 27, 2006 02:36
Well, there are in Brazil the case of the "varginha ET" in this case the Brazillian army took everyone on the "landing site" to a university, and guarded the biological laboratory like if the lab was something REALLY important, with tanks on the garage, aircrafts flying over the university, about 30 soldiers in the front of the door...

And there are cases like the roswell one (I think that I spelled it right) when the US Army took a metallic object to a base and guarded it like the Brazilians made with the varginha ET... But the differente was: the US Army took a metallic object, and told everyone some years ago, that it hided the object because it was a secret flying weapons, most known today as a satellite part of the "star wars" project... In the Brazillian one, they took a LIVING thing, and the cop that touched the thing without bio-protection clothes, died some days later without a clear reason... And some soldiers that touched the alien (in fact, the cop GRABBED the alien or whatever it was...) got sick...

But I still do not believe in aliens... I think that it could be the result of a bio-technology experiment that fled from one of the universities (sorrounding Varginha there are about 10 universities, and most of the Varginha ihabitants are students and scientists, something like Boulder in US...)
rawr
written by Raptorjedi on Aug 27, 2006 02:41
Speeder said:
And there are cases like the roswell one (I think that I spelled it right) when the US Army took a metallic object to a base and guarded it like the Brazilians made with the varginha ET... But the differente was: the US Army took a metallic object, and told everyone some years ago, that it hided the object because it was a secret flying weapons, most known today as a satellite part of the "star wars" project... In the Brazillian one, they took a LIVING thing, and the cop that touched the thing without bio-protection clothes, died some days later without a clear reason... And some soldiers that touched the alien (in fact, the cop GRABBED the alien or whatever it was...) got sick...
I don't believe that, and you know why? Because it sounds just like a Sci-Fi original movie, and I'm sure others will agree with that.


I do believe in aliens and UFOs, but are they here on earth? That I'm a little skeptical about. It would be nice sure, but it isn't all that likely.
never here
written by Ozoch on Aug 27, 2006 03:07
Speeder said:
And there are cases like the roswell one (I think that I spelled it right) when the US Army took a metallic object to a base and guarded it like the Brazilians made with the varginha ET... But the differente was: the US Army took a metallic object, and told everyone some years ago, that it hided the object because it was a secret flying weapons, most known today as a satellite part of the "star wars" project... In the Brazillian one, they took a LIVING thing, and the cop that touched the thing without bio-protection clothes, died some days later without a clear reason... And some soldiers that touched the alien (in fact, the cop GRABBED the alien or whatever it was...) got sick...
Doesn't it continue on, that moths flew out of the soldiers' asses to think up more bullcrap and make Brazil look significant?

Raptorjedi said:
I don't believe that, and you know why? Because it sounds just like a Sci-Fi original movie, and I'm sure others will agree with that.
Ow

And, for the record, I think aliens do exist, but have never visited Earth.
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written by Tacogeddon on Aug 27, 2006 03:19
many of you know of the Mexican Airforce sightings right?
never here
written by Ozoch on Aug 27, 2006 03:33
Yes, but what does that have do with anything?

Are you saying that's suddenly proof that aliens have visited us, that a few pilots saw unrecognizable orbs?

Or are you saying Mexico has people too that make up and/or misinterpret things?
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written by Tacogeddon on Aug 27, 2006 03:54
I was just asking if you folks knew about it, it is one of the common cases to come up when the subject is discussed.

Aliens or not...they looked cool
never here
written by Ozoch on Aug 27, 2006 03:59
I'm a little on edge tonight, just pissed at stupid things, apologies.
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written by Tacogeddon on Aug 27, 2006 04:01
Ozoch said:
I'm a little on edge tonight, just pissed at stupid things, apologies.
Remember: Drink the decaf
doing pushups
written by Megagun on Aug 27, 2006 12:55
I totally agree with RJ.. So just reread his posts..

The mexican airforce sightings? Weren't those the ones where they used infrared stuffs to spot a lot of heat behind come clouds, or something? Turns out they've been looking at the flames on top of some oil rigs!

Cropcircles are also fun. There are quite a lot of people who believe they're alien in nature, and who believe that "Balls of Light" create them. One of their "proof!!!11one" thingies is a video... And even though the guy that shot it claimed later to have faked it, the cropcircle guys turn away their heads and still believe in the damned video. Fascinating, is it not?

Ah, here it is: http://youtube.com/watch?v=CmIagH21yus
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