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    Quote Originally Posted by eljr View Post
    as good a theory as any
    But when they do appear they have some crazy ultra science gadgets that leave us with jaws dropped down...Remember reading about a case from SSSR win 50s or 60s...A giant Ufo entered the russian territory from the south...Itt flew at a crazy speed towards Mosocw...When it came in the evening it just stopped in the place, without a sweat...Then he ''exploded'' in something that looked at first like a Giant Cross and then Like a ''British Flag''...That it disappeard...Because it was above moscow for more than half an hour in times of great scare and panic of nuclear war, the anti-aircraft defense was alarmed and pointed to the skies...What was the meaning of the ''firework'' it produced, we might never know...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flamme View Post
    But when they do appear they have some crazy ultra science gadgets that leave us with jaws dropped down...Remember reading about a case from SSSR win 50s or 60s...A giant Ufo entered the russian territory from the south...Itt flew at a crazy speed towards Mosocw...When it came in the evening it just stopped in the place, without a sweat...Then he ''exploded'' in something that looked at first like a Giant Cross and then Like a ''British Flag''...That it disappeard...Because it was above moscow for more than half an hour in times of great scare and panic of nuclear war, the anti-aircraft defense was alarmed and pointed to the skies...What was the meaning of the ''firework'' it produced, we might never know...
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    There was another case in about that period...In south of russia when Something appeared in the skies and turned from a ''cigar shape'' int o a giant ''jelly fish'' that spreaded its long and luminescent rays all the way down to earth...Pretty freaky. But the strange quality of those ''objects'' that is present in many cases is how they STOP after running at a Crazy speed...In a maneuver that would tear apart, in thousand pices, any ''earthly flying vehicle''...And then after a hile they proceed again with that crazy acceleration but like in a moment, no stages like in our planes or rockets...That baffles me, if the reports are true...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Ante View Post
    Has anyone read “Chariots of the Gods” by Erich von Däniken it is very interesting in that recordings from history can be a guide to extra terrestrial visits. Noah’s Ark could be a clue that global warming is nothing new, just a thought that’s all.
    Däniken has about the poorest reputation scientifically speaking, that one can get ... it is an amateurish, ignorant jumble, and thus a hoax, but a very profitable one.
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    I had all the daeniken books...He was really interesting to me as a child but later Idk...
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    Yes, when one was very very young and without much knowledge, they were interesting, by very modest means, in the days of poorly illustrated pocket books. Today, it's easy to find tons and tons of better, more qualified knowledge, also via the web.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flamme View Post
    There was another case in about that period...In south of russia when Something appeared in the skies and turned from a ''cigar shape'' int o a giant ''jelly fish'' that spreaded its long and luminescent rays all the way down to earth...Pretty freaky. But the strange quality of those ''objects'' that is present in many cases is how they STOP after running at a Crazy speed...In a maneuver that would tear apart, in thousand pices, any ''earthly flying vehicle''...And then after a hile they proceed again with that crazy acceleration but like in a moment, no stages like in our planes or rockets...That baffles me, if the reports are true...
    I grew up in a house that overlooked the Renton airport, a small airport used by private planes and Boeing's production plant. I got to see all sorts of planes approaching the airport, turning toward the runway, and landing. Or taking off, climbing, and then turning away.

    Bright lights hovering.... then suddenly turning red or green and zooming away. Two lights traveling in parallel, then suddenly turning into one light and changing direction so fast that it would tear apart any earthly flying vehicle.

    I got pretty sceptical of UFO sightings.

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    Good enough explanation for laymen but for trained, professional pilots who witnessed it hmmm...For instance this case https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbH9OZupWOg
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoCoPilot View Post
    Shirley, you jest.
    That much rain would cook the planet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flamme View Post
    Good enough explanation for laymen but for trained, professional pilots who witnessed it hmmm...
    Color me unconvinced. "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof."

    Quote Originally Posted by Luchesi
    That much rain would cook the planet.
    It's been proven there isn't enough water in the biosphere to flood the entire earth.
    Last edited by NoCoPilot; Nov-27-2020 at 00:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoCoPilot View Post
    Color me unconvinced. "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof."


    It's been proven there isn't enough water in the biosphere to flood the entire earth.
    "A reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans has been discovered deep beneath the Earth’s surface. The finding could help explain where Earth’s seas came from.
    The water is hidden inside a blue rock called ringwoodite that lies 700 kilometres underground in the mantle, the layer of hot rock between Earth’s surface and its core.
    The huge size of the reservoir throws new light on the origin of Earth’s water. Some geologists think water arrived in comets as they struck the planet, but the new discovery supports an alternative idea that the oceans gradually oozed out of the interior of the early Earth."


    https://www.newscientist.com/article...s-earths-core/
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    It's not water (H2O). It's hydroxide (H-O) bound up in crystals of magnesium silicate (Mg2SiO4). That may be a detail that slipped the attention of Andy Coghlan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoCoPilot View Post
    It's not water (H2O). It's hydroxide (H-O) bound up in crystals of magnesium silicate (Mg2SiO4). That may be a detail that slipped the attention of Andy Coghlan.
    read more here

    http://www.mantleplumes.org/Discussi...onMelting.html
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    Some specualte that ufos use earthly water as a ''fuel''thats why they are often seen above bodies of it or even under,usos...
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    Alien UFOs are powered by people's belief in them--that is their fuel. In fact, UFOs are held in existence by that belief, and rely upon it utterly. Should that belief fail, then......
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