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Posted 13 May 2004 - 01:12 PM

I don't know if anyone has heard the news today but this is amazing!
A Mexican Airplane has filmed eleven UFO's on March 5th with their infrared-camera.

What do you think about this?
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Posted 13 May 2004 - 01:47 PM

Yeah, I watched a clip of it on my Comcast homepage. It looked fake, almost like the Mexican air force edited it. They also said that the plane that the lights were encircling only spotted 3 objects on radar.

I hate all these UFO sightings. I mean, why would any aliens who have the brains to make it to a foreign planet have spaceships that are brightly lit?

They would either come with the intention to spy on us with radar/sight elusion, or with a big announcement for contact. I don't know how well we can trust the video. For all we know, the Mexican's might be laughing their butts off at us right now. They know how many "sightings" our nation has, and might be playing a joke on us.

If that's the case, I can laugh with them at all who believe this.

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Posted 13 May 2004 - 02:05 PM

I've always held that aliens with the technology to get here will either ignore us, trade with us, enslave us, or destroy us. Why would they come all this way just to fly around in little blobs of light checking out Mexico?
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Posted 13 May 2004 - 02:08 PM

Tequila?

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#5 Dan Wask

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Posted 13 May 2004 - 02:27 PM

Yeah the comcast video says that it was on a "routine drug survailance mission". Uh huh... "hey man you wanna make a cool video" "sure man, I'm so stoned on this acopuco gold" "fly your jet over there with some lights tied behind it and I'll film from my cockpit."
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Posted 13 May 2004 - 04:31 PM

I remeber seeing like a tv show presentation on UFO's and they said Mexico had alot because this guy will pay you money if you have an authentic video of a UFO. That might be the reason it was filmed.
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Posted 13 May 2004 - 04:42 PM

I've always believed in aliens. I mean when you think about it there areabout a trillion stars just in our galaxy, lets just say half of those can actually host planets.

So 500 billion times 6. SO your telling me that out of more than a trillion planets there is only 1 like ours or that has had some reaction that sprung life.

I personally believe there is life on mars and on that one jupiter moon.

UFO's though..i really dont know..
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Posted 13 May 2004 - 04:52 PM

I've always held that aliens with the technology to get here will either ignore us, trade with us, enslave us, or destroy us. Why would they come all this way just to fly around in little blobs of light checking out Mexico?

Exactly my feeling. I mean, if they have technology advanced enough to come to earth, they would obviously know that they were near a mexican plane. Then why would they allow themselves to be seen and yet not land and try to make some kind of contact? Unless we're talking about aliens that derive perverse pleasure from making people act insane.
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Posted 13 May 2004 - 05:08 PM

Also a possiblity.

I watch that UNIX show on saturdays before SNL, and they are , through and through, whackos. But I myself have also thought I saw a UFO, then i did some research. Turns out it was a new kind of plane where the wings are put on backwords with rotateable engine-flies like a silent helicopter. The thing that drove me to think it was a UFO, was it Didnt have traditional blue and red lights, but the front and back of the wings' edge were lit up. Kinda crazy i went for 10 minutes.
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Posted 13 May 2004 - 05:15 PM

I think we should make a paranormal thread, we could talk about stuff like ufos, crop circles and other things. My biggest resource for aliens since I'm a christian and I try to fit paranormal stuff with the bible is http://www.aliensinthebible.com. You don't have to go there if you don't want to. It talks about a lot of stuff. I personally think that people have seen ufo's before. But I don't think anyones got one on camera or got a picture of one. (Or atleast a real one)

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Posted 13 May 2004 - 06:47 PM

well, i heard it put simply and blatantly rude some where recently, that, with all the increase in digital camera/video technology, there would be more sightings, but, if anything, the sighting have decreased.

One could argue, maybe they know that we're watching now.

Or that our cities are to loud and bright, so that they are either avoiding them or cannot be seen.

Ponder that.
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Posted 13 May 2004 - 07:06 PM

Meh, I'm big on all this stuff (e.g., cryptozoology; black holes). When it comes to UFOs . . I don't know.

There are some very well-read people that I know, that happen to be good friends with my parents. One of them has seen a UFO in a local park.

I don't like the term UFOs, because they could be anything. For instance, if I said "UFOs exist," it would be a fact. If I see something in the sky that I don't know what it is, it's flying, unidentified, and definitely an object. So "Alien Spacecraft" and "UFOs" to me are two entirely different things. Of course, that flying object you see could be alien spacecraft.

Edited by LDM, 13 May 2004 - 07:10 PM.

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Posted 13 May 2004 - 07:28 PM

Sure, I believe in aliens. But not UFOs.

I think Cx put it best. Why make contact like this if they don't have a reason?

Something I enjoy doing is finding logical explanations for UFOs. True, some of 'em I can't explain, but right now, one really sticks in my head.

Remember that Roswell crash, with the "men in black?" I looked at that. I did some research about military work in that period of time. Turns out that the military had been developing a brand new, high tech nuclear bomber that could drop one on the Soviet Union. The typical stereotype that people saw was lifting straight up in the air, firing its thrusters, and boosting away. The way the bomber launced was a big hot-air balloon lifted it up, then the plane hit the gas, and shot away.

The thing that really gave the crash away as a military aircraft was the design. The plane had a very peculiar design: The entire fuselage was made from honeycombed metal. At Popular Science, they had a picture of a piece of the crashed "UFO" material, and a prototype design of the aircraft. The way that they chunck looked was equivilent to the cross-section of the plane in the blueprint.

There is not way in hell that I can explain 'em all, but, I can do a few, if I try.
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Posted 13 May 2004 - 09:51 PM

Anyone see "Signs"? Stupid movie. Can someone please tell me why aliens that are fatal in contact with water would try to invade a planet that is 75% water?

The X-Files is still the best UFO-related show, ever.
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Posted 13 May 2004 - 10:06 PM

I loved "Signs." And, Grinch, Shyamalan was not trying to accurately portray aliens (who can?), everything in the movie was figurative (which might explain why you didn't like it).

Why would an alien race attack a planet of 75% water? Why would aliens journey to Earth to fly around as little lights in the sky over Mexico?

Maybe the aliens had no knowledge of water, just as we might not have knowledge of chemicals that exist on other planets that might be toxic to us. Maybe there is something in the atmosphere that prevents the aliens from landing (hence they are left flying bewildered over Mexico).

And, yes, The X-Files were great. But so was Signs.

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Posted 13 May 2004 - 10:41 PM

Tequila?

Oops, I'm supposed to be working right now.

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That sounds like a reasonable explanation as to why the aliens wanted to check out Mexico. Maybe they also wanted to try the spicey food. I wouldn't go near the water there though, unless you are used to it. That stuff is evil.

I also believe in aliens, but most of the sightings recorded in history seem rather unclear in general. Some of them may be legit, however many of them may be hoaxes anyway, especially with how easy it is to edit photos and videos nowadays.

Addressing the issue on why aliens would come here in the first place, I believe that it may be because of exploratory purposes. Our own space programs have been trying for years to find extraterrestrial life. Maybe the aliens are doing the same, but are way ahead of us.
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Posted 14 May 2004 - 03:19 AM

"I've always held that aliens with the technology to get here will either ignore us, trade with us, enslave us, or destroy us. Why would they come all this way just to fly around in little blobs of light checking out Mexico?"

Maybe they were checking to see if we were worth trading/enslaving/destroying, apparently we didn't pass.
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Posted 14 May 2004 - 10:21 AM

I've always believed in aliens. I mean when you think about it there areabout a trillion stars just in our galaxy, lets just say half of those can actually host planets.

So 500 billion times 6. SO your telling me that out of more than a trillion planets there is only 1 like ours or that has had some reaction that sprung life.

There are trillions of stars and possibly hundreds of other alien races out there but that is not an excuse for them flying like drunk morons above our heads with their "giant lightbulbs" (Maybe they are just making their driving licence :mellow: ). If those aliens are as intelligent as they can fly then I believe that the movie "Mars Attacks" wasn't a joke...

* Calling his Interterestrial friends: "Activate your Stealth-Shield you idiots! They filmed you again!" *

Life on Mars is possible in a few hundred years, but what about the new planet Quaoar? We haven't even known about this planet being in our solar system. That could be a good hiding place...

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Posted 14 May 2004 - 01:41 PM

Life on Mars is possible in a few hundred years, but what about the new planet Quaoar? We haven't even known about this planet being in our solar system. That could be a good hiding place...

Yeah, everyone wants to live on an airless oversized asteroid in an orbit that makes Sol look like any other relatively bright star.

I'd rather go mine the belt and avoid the whole planet thing altogether. If anyone on earth tried to fuck with me I'd just throw a rock at them. Orbital velocity makes for a nasty weapon.
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Posted 14 May 2004 - 02:16 PM

Thats the great thing about inrtia in space. It might take awhile to get there, but it certainly would.

HAve to be a big fucking rock to make it past the atmosphere though.

Me, i'd send one the size of texasm and kill all those whiney fuckers.
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Posted 14 May 2004 - 03:57 PM

This issue came up this morning on my local radio station. The DJ's response was pretty much the same as mine when I this story. He said:

"Since when did Mexico have an air force? Or planes for that matter?"

So, for the most part, I couldn't believe the story from the first sentence.
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Posted 14 May 2004 - 04:41 PM

If the United States funded a project that created a super-spaceship that could travel 100,000 times the speed of light, and we found another planet that had civilized life on it, what would happen?
1) We would land in squads of ships, whip out our arsenal and kill everything in sight because we're freakish newcomers.
2) We would circle around a particular spot once every few years, but leave and do nothing.
3) We land and we threaten them with our weapons and herd them into our guns to take them back to Earth.

What the hell? If aliens came by our planet (should they be that advanced), obviously that would land, attempt to communicate, and stay away from all types of violence. Unless aliens are so sophisticated that we are about as significant as ants, I see no reason for these "UFO sightings" to be realistic. There would be no "sightings." There would be "UFO landings, Leader of Southern Mars forms Interplanet Treaty with United Nations" or something to that effect. Of course...the killing and violence stuff has created very nice games (Halo!) and movies(Independence Day) :mellow: .
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Posted 14 May 2004 - 05:40 PM

For those of you "unknown being" believers . . . What are your theories? Not for this Mexico sighting, but for extra-terrestrials as a whole.
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Posted 14 May 2004 - 10:47 PM

Life on Mars is possible in a few hundred years, but what about the new planet Quaoar? We haven't even known about this planet being in our solar system. That could be a good hiding place...

Yeah, everyone wants to live on an airless oversized asteroid in an orbit that makes Sol look like any other relatively bright star.

I'd rather go mine the belt and avoid the whole planet thing altogether. If anyone on earth tried to fuck with me I'd just throw a rock at them. Orbital velocity makes for a nasty weapon.

Does anyone read Discover Magazine? I do!

<nerd alert!>

They had an entire article on a possible 10th. planet called Nemesis. The theory behind Nemesis is that it is a brown dwarf star, cruisin' around our sun through all the planet crap like Quaoar, and sending killer metiorites at us.

Remember the extinction of the dinosaurs? That was conincidental with the movement of the supposed Nemesis through the Oort Cloud, which is a giant mass of Quaoar-like objects, 'cept bigger.

</nerd alert!>

I'm only saying what I remember from the article, not any bullshit that pops into my head.
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Posted 14 May 2004 - 11:38 PM

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The meteor that hit Earth, and caused the extinction of the Dinosaurs and such, landed just off Perth, Australia, bout 200-300km out to sea, i cant remember the exact report...
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edit: stupid see/sea typos.. <_<

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