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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by RoscoeElegante, Apr 24, 2019.
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I know a guitar player from Spain who has seen UFO's.
Lt. Ellis believes...
Do you not believe that we humans briefly sedate, examine, research and provide medical care to wild animals here on Earth and then return them to their natural environment?
Health examinations, dental exams, sperm, blood, fluid samples, TAGGING,etc...
You know...polar bears, lions, any animal that lives in the wild.
Ever watch Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom? Jim regularly jumped out of the boat to wrestle with and subdue that Anaconda in the name of research, while Marlin Perkins stayed dry and sold life insurance to the natives.
The animals don't wear bathing suits so they can't ridicule each other about being touched "down there", even though they have been by the humans.
I guess its too much of a stretch for a limited imagination to conceive that humans may not be at the top of the evolutionary food chain and that another life form could POSSIBLY do to us, what we ourselves do to (or FOR) other species.
There is a documentary on Netflix called Unacknowledged that shows lots of testimony on the subject of UFOs and the existence of extra-terrastrials. There is also a book (of the same name) available that has more testimonies and more detail.
See here... https://www.amazon.com/s?k=unacknowledged&link_code=qs&sourceid=Mozilla-search&tag=tdpri-20
If interested check it out.
Taking the whole "It's full... of aliens!" discussion out of it, the evidence at this point is out there in spades, from the freakin' government of all places, that something is going on. What the heck it is, we can debate until the cows come home. But the "there's no evidence" ship has sailed.
Personally, I'm with that F-18 pilot they interviewed who chased one of the "tic-tacs" - let the brainiacs figure out all the important stuff, I just want to fly one of those suckers.
Anything’s possible, you crazy kids.
As this now-long thread's OP, having observed the pitiful scurry of your stirred thoughts, I can now declare...
Some of you will join us, Up There.
Others...well, there's always Bayonne.
Very interesting, to hear all the views, and funny to read all the quips and tangents. Some of the music is pretty good, too. When this Forum gets on a roll, Uranus gets scared.
Carry on, earthlings. When we need your carbon, we'll let you know....
Yes they do exist. I have seen quite a few. Not only were they unidentified, but their behaviour clearly demonstrated that they had no earthly origin.
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The late Art Bell once said something in a TV interview when asked about UFOs, aliens, Bigfoot or something paranormal.
The interviewer said something about there not being any proof whatever it was existed.
Art just said, "there's no proof that it doesn't".
Don't think that's an exact quote, but you get the gist of it.
Personally I don't think Earth is the only place in the universe with life. Have we been visited? I sure don't know and can't say one way or the other.
But I honestly think if someone was intelligent enough to get here, they'd either leave when they saw how stupid we all are, or blow us up.
Time for more alien music...
I said I’m human, but you know I lie.
I'm only visiting this shore.
I'll soon be leaving in the outbound tide
I pray again we will meet.
All that open source real time data and CCTV and security cameras and cell phones and yet we only hear about them buzzing a lone pilot. http://stuffin.space/
We scan the skies all the time... any alien would struggle to miss our range of sensing to sneak through just to annoy an over imaginative pilot for a laugh.
And why do their IR signatures register the same as gas turbines? Really strange? Like steam power for interstellar craft.
The sad fact is, friendly fire stats and casualties, suggest that basic ID mistakes are incredibly common.
I believe in UFO's of some kind but Bell's argument that there's no proof that it doesn't exist is full of holes. There's no proof that a bone china tea cup isn't orbiting the Earth right now so there may very well BE a bone china teacup orbiting the Earth right now?
I, myself, have wrestled with the anaconda... it is not pretty and not nearly enough science is acconplished. Also, I believe Stan could whip Jim.
That was my point about where deductive reasoning should start. Logic doesn't start with non facts, it starts with facts. To see something you can't identify and move directly to "aliens" is silly. To find foot prints, see an animal, it's silly to jump to "Bigfoot"...
I hear ya, but when you (I) see something in the night sky, far away and traveling at a high rate of speed, and it suddenly changes course and its new course is 90 degrees from its original course and it didn't even slow down... tell me what it COULD have been. Give me just ONE explanation other than I didn't see what I described. Because I saw it and I wasn't under the influence and I wasn't expecting to see anything unusual.
Check out "Von Hutch The Mad Martian Pinstriper" by Jerry Madison.
Don't over think it. I think Art was just pointing out somethings have yet to be proved or disproved.
I'm not taking a side here at all !
If you look at historical facts there's many things people thought were impossible or didn't exist, that later were proven or invented.
Again I'm not saying well someday find Bigfoot, a UFO will land at the Whitehouse or pigs can fly.
I just like to look at things with an open mind.
I do find it funny that so many ancient structures "had to be built by aliens". But the things built since about Roman times weren't. . . . .
Gort is not happy that none of you Gaea-stuck feebs "liked" his charming post #249 above.
He shall now teleport a random, innocent '52 Tele just to make you cry.
OR, make another Peugeot.
Whichever comes first.
KNOW MY WRATH!