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Posted By: Pluperfect, 5/29/2019 4:06:14 AM

The New York Times has made waves with a new report on sightings by U.S. Navy aviators of unidentified flying objects between 2014 and 2015. But the UFO issue, which follows a similar 2017 story, is far more interesting than the reporters let on. The U.S. government does not know what these UFOs actually are. The report focuses on witnesses of so-called "Tic Tacs," but other shapes and sizes of UFOs have also been credibly recorded by the U.S., British, Chinese, Russian, and other governments for the past 65 years. But what are these strange things? Most informed individuals I have talked to believe that the Tic Tac-like UFOs are unmanned vehicles

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Reply 1 - Posted by: chumley 5/29/2019 4:34:51 AM (No. 86001)
Are they sacrificing this fascinating little tidbit of information to distract us from something else? The bigger it gets, the more news cycle it takes up and the less time there is for stories about the arrests coming.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: M2 5/29/2019 4:58:35 AM (No. 86006)
Test post.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Sully 5/29/2019 5:40:28 AM (No. 86022)
I read the article. Yeah, all wild speculation is "interesting." Sullied prediction: UFOs will be the next "science based" issue that globalists will use to control everyone's life as the global warming farce becomes less and less effective, due to people's ability to refute it with their own tactile senses.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Sam1 5/29/2019 5:51:47 AM (No. 86028)
Look A Squirrel.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Right Republican 5/29/2019 5:58:25 AM (No. 86032)
Eric Von Daniken and Steven Spielberg fueled my imagination when it came to UFOs back in the day. I find the possibility both exciting and frightening. On one hand given the size of the universe and the limited intellectual capability of the human brain (Steven Hawking once said intelligence is linked to brain size and human brain size is limited to the width of a woman's pelvis [yes, he believed this; look it up as I did]) there could be super-intelligent beings out there who developed interstellar flight and are here with us. Like Star Trek's Prime Directive, they may just be observing us and maybe even helping us. On the other hand, there's the possibility they see us as we see ants under our feet, or worse, as food like in the Twilight Episode "To Serve Man". Though, most likely poster #1 is correct. It's all deflection regarding the backlash from the coup attempt.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: F15 Gork 5/29/2019 6:01:53 AM (No. 86033)
Swamp Gas. I flew fighters for 23 years and the only UFOs I ever encountered were in the O-Club bar. Besides, if these little green men are so advanced, what exactly are they afraid of? Why don’t they just set down on Pennsylvania Ave, stroll up to the White House and say “Howdy” instead of doping around out there in the dark. I’m sure PDJT would be more than happy to treat them all to Big Macs and fries. I suspect they would also know a good way to build a wall without democrats.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: StormCnter 5/29/2019 6:20:54 AM (No. 86043)
I am a champion skeptic. There is no intelligent life out in space sending vehicles to spy on Earth. ET is fiction. Nothing was covered up at Roswell, NM. There is no little green pilot buried at Aurora, Texas. These objects, if they are not fraudulently reported, come from an Earth-based government, either our own or another.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Lazyman 5/29/2019 6:43:25 AM (No. 86051)
There is no intelligent life out in space and certainly none in Washington DC.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Highway71 5/29/2019 7:24:11 AM (No. 86088)
UFO's are real, burgeoning, and not going away. So is the quote from a researcher I follow. If you spend ten minutes doing a little footwork you'll be blown away by the evidence for some form of unidentified activity going on. Soft disclosure from mainstream sources is becoming more frequent. The real question is, what are these? I hedge toward supernatural sources, as anything "natural" is physically impossible. Either you believe in the spiritual/supernatural or you don't, but those of us who do have plenty of personal evidence. It's a cosmic game.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Rumblehog 5/29/2019 7:24:56 AM (No. 86089)
There is no "intelligent life" in the universe... and that includes Washington D.C.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 5/29/2019 7:33:42 AM (No. 86096)
Rogan, there are probably much better ways for the msm to pivot on the dim's spying scandal. Try something else other than a UFO story.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Nevadadad46 5/29/2019 7:53:17 AM (No. 86107)
I saw my first UFO in - of all places - Roswell, New Mexico - in 1956 when I was 8 years old. My mother and sisters saw it, too, so I know it was not a dream. It scared the crap out of us and the neighbors who also saw it. I saw my second one in 1979 in the oil field of Southern New Mexico, at 1 AM and I had another witness with me, so I know that wasn't a hallucination or tiredness or swamp gas. And that one was just plain eerie- it followed us on a lonely desert 2 lane road for miles. These things are very real, intelligently controlled and not of this planet. And they have been with us far longer than Spygate or Comey or Brennan or Hillary. It angers me that our government has been investigating them and has continually lied to us about them- Read about the Condon Report sometime or the book the scientists involved in the Condon investigation wrote about it, titled "UFO, Yes!" to get a glimpse into how badly the Government wants UFOs covered up.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Kate318 5/29/2019 8:04:45 AM (No. 86116)
#9 is correct. Not wanting something to be real doesn’t make it so. In my 65 years of life, there are a lot of things I’ve never seen myself, but I know are real: volcanoes, Antarctica, humpback whales. The list goes on. Spend some time researching the subject with an open mind. You’ll be amazed. Oh, and by the way, I visited Roswell, and talked to one of the major players involved. It most certainly did happen, and it happened the way the military originally reported it.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: TexaTucky 5/29/2019 8:06:32 AM (No. 86117)
If you can't control most of the things you CAN identify, why get all worked up about the things you can't?
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Catfur27 5/29/2019 8:16:02 AM (No. 86122)
I'm a fan of Ancient Aliens - the most thought-provoking show on TV ( at least it was for the first 7 years ...now it's becoming redundant by recycling old shows). There are so many examples of things throughout the course of known History that just cannot be explained by accepted "science" or logic. Occam's Razor would indicate the most obvious answer is that there was "outside influence". But despite the fact that there are TRILLIONS of stars and planets out there, so many people still refuse to believe there is "life" outside our own planet....??...and worse, they scoff ( ie - "..little green men") at those who accept the premise that there almost certainly is other life in the universe.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: chance_232 5/29/2019 8:24:19 AM (No. 86128)
Technically, G_d and his hosts are extraterrestrials. If one believes in G_d or gods, is it unreasonable to assume that it isnt an advanced technologically superior entity that uses craft for transportation and observation?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Thos Weatherby 5/29/2019 8:27:18 AM (No. 86132)
#1 Wouldn't surprise me if it also has something to do with Space Force. Getting us ready for another reality. And it just might be, "ours".
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Reply 18 - Posted by: hershey 5/29/2019 8:57:16 AM (No. 86161)
I wonder sometimes if the gummint isn't covering this all up because of unintended consequences...IF there are aliens, and IF they have or are visiting this piece of space junk in the far end of a minor galaxy, and if they should just, happen, to appear, like the alien in 'Childhoods End' who appeared holding children's hands (watch the movie), I would expect the resultant tumult from collapsing human religions would be terrible.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Strike3 5/29/2019 9:14:06 AM (No. 86181)
The timing is superb now that Climate Change is falling on its face as a finance vehicle to drain rich countries of their extra money. The UFOs will be proclaimed a danger and we must build trillion dollar defense infrastructure. It is scarier than a couple of inches of rise in the ocean. They still have that same old obstacle of zero proof.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: VirtuDawg 5/29/2019 10:00:31 AM (No. 86229)
I will just continue hiding under my tin foil hat until this issue is resolved . . . .
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Reply 21 - Posted by: GO3 5/29/2019 10:18:08 AM (No. 86241)
Distraction from other more important events. Also, since we're quoting famous astronomers, Carl Sagan had the most common sense approach: Even if there are extra-terrestrials out there, timing is everything. The vast distances would make the chances of an encounter miniscule. "They" might have arrived when the Earth was a molten piece of rock billions of years ago, or conversely, if we ever develop the technology, we would arrive at a planet with lichen buried under a few rocks. And IMO, shows like Ancient Aliens, which are full of maybes, possiblies, and perhaps, are nothing more than pop trash which show how far the History Channel has sunk.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Shells 5/29/2019 10:18:17 AM (No. 86242)
The older I get the wiser I get, and that involves being aware of how little I really know. So I dismiss few things as being impossible. And besides, the existence of alien beings would explain a lot of the Florida Man stories and about half of what the Daily Mail reports.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Southron 5/29/2019 11:52:53 AM (No. 86363)
I and about one hundred people nearly nearly crashed our cars (many hysterical people getting out of said cars and running to hide over grass enbankments...) the Long Island Expressway forty years ago as one as square and long as a few city blocks with multi-colored lights was alight above us. - NO hovering. No sound. Then poof, it was gone. Up and away and invisible to sight in less than a second. I called the "authorities" ( - I'm sure I wasn't the only one...) and the phone was answered by a man with a slow, comic, central-casting Texas accent. He said "Yup. We saw a plane take off from MacArthur Airport. a while back. Darned thing looked just like that. Said "Eat At Joes" on the bottom." Nuff said. I hung up. Anyway, I always figured that since planet earth is so busy committing suicide, that interplanetary folks have to keep a watch on us. It's like dominoes - or better, a game of pool. You hit one ball, and the whole schemata of the universe alters. If aliens, who are so much more advanced than humans make human intelligence compete with insects, Don't you think an advanced civilization that's been visiting us for centuries, by the way, will put a governor on that? Hope so. Anyway, God's in charge of the whole fiasco. After all, He created it all. Them too.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Bohallx 5/29/2019 12:09:17 PM (No. 86377)
More recently astronomers have come up with what appear to be pictures of large multi light year long IMMENSE HUGE strings running between BLACK HOLES All things considered, maybe the greater reality is INSIDE those things, and we're just rats in the rafters of an old decayed falling down late Medieval church. So, would THEY send some robots out to look at us?
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Reply 25 - Posted by: DanvilleBill 5/29/2019 1:09:58 PM (No. 86414)
I AM a space alien. There are many of us on your planet. Even on Lucianne. We come in peace. But y'all better behave.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: fairplay 5/29/2019 1:33:20 PM (No. 86417)
UFOs are real! But they are rare and most people don't believe. They just laugh! Seems like someone from somewhere else is observing and probing the Earth. They don't make personal contact, as far as I know. Where is the nearest good planet besides Earth? Too far away! But seeing is believing and I saw one 40 years ago!
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Reply 27 - Posted by: HotRod 5/29/2019 2:07:00 PM (No. 86426)
Just how long would aliens from space have to spy on us before they decide to eat, or greet, us? It would be costing them zillions of interstellar credits to maintain the spying operation for all these hundreds of years. If they are among us, they are surely democrats!
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Reply 28 - Posted by: FormerDem 5/29/2019 3:59:24 PM (No. 86466)
my father thought some of them were Cyrillids, a type of meteor shower that comes in at a low angle (as if ? it were stuff bounced off the Moon, thus orbiting Earth) - and they come in processions sometimes. But. Natural.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Enoch Powell 5/29/2019 4:22:23 PM (No. 86473)
My uncle told a story, many years after the event, of a UFO off the wing of his plane... his power went out, and then returned as the object left. I've no doubt he was telling the truth. Before it became public, I was also told of the events at Malstrom AFB well before they went public. Who knows. But it's inadvisable to reject as impossible what clearly is.
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