Navy verifies UAP videos.

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  1. bgmacaw

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    Easy. Schrödinger's cat is piloting the thing.
     
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    90% of the internet is used for surviellance, the teles and porn are honey traps to surviel the populace.

    because a thing appears to be something, does not mean it is that thing. few things in life are what they appear to be, thank god guitars are still mostly analog and tangible and really guitars...
     
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    yeah agree about the thermodynamics, it must be dissapating heat somehow without having a thermal signature, how is that possible.

    wait how is any of it possible...
     
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    why do you hope this?
     
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    Easy. Schrödinger's cat isn't piloting the thing.
     
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    Schrödinger's cat isn't piloting the thing. and is piloting it
    you dont know until you open the cockpit door.
     
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    That stuff's all over. I was thinking they want the Ride Again ale I like so much but not available here.
     
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    Yet with that seemingly insignificant language alteration, they can plausibly deny that they think the "phenomena" was an "object" as opposed to for example light, and they can plausibly deny that they think the unknown entity was "flying" as opposed to their aerial capture of the visible phenomena happened in aerial exercises.

    Plausible is a cool word.
    If you can make one idiot believe something, that makes it plausible.
    Find ten idiots any you can tell all sorts of lies that are above legal reproach.
     
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    UFO has been reduced to a term synonymous with pop culture goofiness. It's best to avoid any such association and offer a more serious impression one is examining an unexplained phenomena. Thankfully a more appropriate term was adopted.



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    The fact that we are all missing something (an understanding of tech we do not possess, in the event that these visual captures represent physical reality) is the core of what makes this interesting.

    I don't fully understand the laws of thermodynamics but we have earth bound tech that takes advantage of stuff we need to get rid of (like cold air outside our heated homes and hot gases in engine compartments that need to be cooled).
    The heat pump that takes the heat present in cold winter air and uses it to heat the house is a curio.
    The F1 turbo with generator/ motor on the turbine shaft is easier to grok, where the excess heat and pressure is borrowed in the form of electricity and then given back in the form of propulsion.

    Not saying it's an explanation, but the idea that air resistance/ pressure (sail into the wind?) and friction generated heat cannot be repurposed into propulsion energy holds no water.
     
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    google it and find the ny times article, it explains the occurence in detail - how they came about, who saw what etc.
     
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    The pop association for sure, but also there is a basic problem with a term for stuff we're not sure exists that grammatically forces it into existence: by calling it an OBJECT, when in many UFO sighting cases there was no object at all, only light; or in many REPORTED sightings there wasn't even a sighting, only a report, and maybe a pic doctored up in the darkroom.

    If the Navy calls it an object they have defined it.
    Damn fools they would be to do such!
     
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    that was the entire intent by the CIA, just as "conspiracy theory" is a tinfoil term, by denigrating the idea, they make anyone who espouses or supports or even mentions something about it, seem a fool and the idea itself is dismissed without considering the merits of the idea or information.

    it is mental short hand used to manipulate the masses who beleive, rather than think, it is easy rhetoric to shut down a discussion without being perceived as being censorship.

    its a way to mentally manipulate people, its tool of propaganda.

    UFO is a rather emotionally and intellectually neutral term in and of itself, "unidentified Flying object" by equating it to "flying saucers" and aliens and faieries and hobogoblins it becomes an ambigous term for anything and everything. and equated to a bunch of hooey..

    words are tools, you can use them to describe your world, and they can be used against you to describe your world. we must learn to filter the nuance against the context to understand what is actually meant by the constant sea of words eroding our mental shorelines..
     
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    And the discussion taking place in real time between the trained military personnel as they witness the events from different locations, while operating our best cutting edge aerial tech, or in some cases supporting it from the ship below.
    So we get the combined live eyewitness responses corroborating each other in radio conversation, the video footage from flight camera gear, and the radar recordings that confirm the visuals the video captured and the eyewitness accounts during the events.
     
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    everything in the universe is either an object or an action according to our language, mass and energy.
     
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    you forgot gravity, you need propulsion and lift and since it takes quite an effort to overcome gravity, you need rather a lot of something (we use chemical energy - typically jet fuel) to accomplish this. yet the UAP, doesn't seem to have any apparent means of propulsion or lift, and can move equally well in any direction at any time. meaning the entire surface is a lift/propulsion device

    nothing we know is 100 % efficent at converting energy from one type to another, thermodynamics says there is a loss, so you can never convert 100% of the heat caused by friction into propulsion.
     
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    At what point is the popular mechanics website to be trusted ? I read things in weekly world news, but i knew they were written for entertainment.
     
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    There are no aliens. It's just us in time machines. Sheesh...doesn't anybody remember "Repo Man"???
     
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    so if you re either eally, really dumb, or with a very small vocabulary, you re out of bound to be manipulated ?
     
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