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Do You Believe in UFOs? An Actual
Answer May Be Near

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Posted By: SurferLad, 5/24/2021 9:50:29 AM

Mysteries intrigue the human mind. Things you don’t understand or can’t see. Mysteries draw you in, books, TV shows, real-life, even lingerie. You want to see, to understand. I don’t mean stupid mysteries like algebra. I mean scientific stuff. Our country has just gone through a messy pandemic year full of scary scientific mysteries that government folks were afraid to admit they really didn’t understand [Snip] We may finally be on the verge of solving at least part of the enduring UFO mystery

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Attila DiMedici 5/24/2021 9:55:30 AM (No. 795202)
I am a firm believer in UFOs. There are indeed unidentified flying objects. What are they? Are they aliens? If we knew they were aliens, they would no longer be UFOs, they would at that point become IFOs (identified flying objects).
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Reply 2 - Posted by: JHP 5/24/2021 9:57:39 AM (No. 795206)
'Unidentified' doesn't equate to 'extraterrestrial'. However it would be pretty cool if they were.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Tusker 5/24/2021 10:03:04 AM (No. 795210)
Anything we conceive, out of chaos, nothingness, comes to fruition.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Quigley 5/24/2021 10:04:22 AM (No. 795211)
It’s difficult to believe that yet another government report on the subject is going to provide “answers.” Think Project Blue Book. Anyway, it’s something to anticipate. At least we have pictures of UFOs. Nobody ever took a picture of global warming: the polar bear photo was a fake.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Italiano 5/24/2021 10:16:17 AM (No. 795224)
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Bazi 5/24/2021 10:55:48 AM (No. 795259)
Be ready. Memorize this: "Klaatu barada nikto".
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Reply 7 - Posted by: cold porridge 5/24/2021 10:56:57 AM (No. 795261)
There has been so much in the media the last few months about UFOs that I firmly suspect they are getting ready for a false flag about the "scary" aliens. They will most likely insist the world unite into a One World Government to fight the "aliens." I don't think we ought to jump. If there are aliens they have been visiting since at least 1948 and possibly for thousands of years. Who cares?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Avikingman 5/24/2021 10:58:52 AM (No. 795265)
One would think with today's cameras and technology they'd be able to get one in focus. Or, maybe they have a blur field around them.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: tsquare 5/24/2021 10:59:25 AM (No. 795266)
Oh…they exist. They are darting into the ocean to fine-tune their earth.magnetic,field.flip-flopper. It has major effects on the develop,ent of life on earth…the last time it flipped, homo sapiens had just moved out of africa and the flipflop allowed a barrage of cosmic rays, altering the gene pool of those in the north…producing blue eyes and whiter skins, for example. The previous flipflop, two hundred thousand years ago, produced what we know as modern humans. All thanks to the little green men and their little, hidden, planetary magnetic flip flopper. Now..seeing the results of the last flipflop…they are inducing the next.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: bassman 5/24/2021 10:59:54 AM (No. 795268)
Aliens are now occupying the White House.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: BeatleJeff 5/24/2021 11:07:01 AM (No. 795275)
As a believer in Science (a real Believer, not one of those posers who wield "science" as a political weapon), I believe it's entirely possible that life exists in some form out in the cosmos. But I also believe that if it does exist, it is mostly bacterial in nature or plant life at the most. I have to laugh at the notion that extraterrestrial lifeforms are so much more advanced than us humans on Earth and able to travel light years away from its home planet.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: chance_232 5/24/2021 11:12:33 AM (No. 795282)
Prediction: Anything that comes out that doesn't claim they are from extraterrestrial origin, will be panned as a cover up. Assuming they are extraterrestrial. Its more likely they are drones than something occupied by a Vorlon.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: chumley 5/24/2021 11:13:20 AM (No. 795285)
I am glad I have lived long enough to find out, but will the government answer be the truth? Or will it just be another scare tactic to induce us to get their questionable vaccine? After all, its real purpose might be to make us safe from a virus aliens might be carrying. Government's first impulse is to lie no matter what the question is. For me to believe them they would have to have the aliens land at Stone Mountain and emerge with something humans could not have possibly invented. Like an honest politician or an unlimited fuel source.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: DVC 5/24/2021 11:14:26 AM (No. 795287)
This is a "look a squirrel" distraction. The globalists want to distract from their elimination of individual right, and every sort of distraction that takes people's attention away from their upcoming loss of freedoms is being poured on at max effort.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: TLCary 5/24/2021 11:17:13 AM (No. 795291)
Extraterrestrial is imagination over reason. Stars billions of lightyears away are subject to the laws of physics. An extraterrestrial intelligent species would be as well. Our own radio transmissions proving signs of intelligence have now made it 100 light years from our solar system; we can't even get back to our own moon. In 20,000 years Voyage 1 (then a useless cold hunk of metal) might make it one light year away. Other being would face the same phenomena. Transmissions travel faster than things. Should we meet them we would be so primitive in comparison that our intelligence, intellect, and technology would have much more in common with apes than aliens. Why would they ever play hide-and-seek with us once they arrived? And if they did, they would surely be successful. The extraterrestrial conspiracy theory is the apex of our arrogance.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Aubreyesque 5/24/2021 11:30:15 AM (No. 795311)
Fox Mulder approves.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: dst4life 5/24/2021 11:36:59 AM (No. 795324)
#14, you beat me to it. This is a distraction. We have a once in a lifetime "pandemic." We have a stolen election. We have unsurpassed lockdowns and a crushing of our economy. The Middle East is on fire owing to Xiden's weakness. There has been a serious attack on our infrastructure. There has been talk of UFO's for decades. And people have been deemed nuts if they talked about it. And now it's all out in the open. Just a distraction.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: hershey 5/24/2021 11:40:53 AM (No. 795332)
I'll really believe when one lands in the field next to my house...but don't expect the gooberment to give us the truth any time soon...all their neurons scream 'lie lie lie'....
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Reply 19 - Posted by: WV.Hillbilly 5/24/2021 11:42:23 AM (No. 795334)
In the late 50s, what would become the SR-71 was only known to a handful of engineers, pilots and spies. Airline and Navy pilots, admirals, generals, and everyone else had no need to know. That was a UFO when spotted then.All anyone could do is speculate. I'm not sure why these whackadoos are so anxious to meet creatures who would come here from other worlds.When advanced civilizations meet less developed ones, subjugation usually results.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Bur Oak 5/24/2021 12:00:12 PM (No. 795363)
If there are intelligent space travelers why would they be hanging around earth?
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Reply 21 - Posted by: snakeoil 5/24/2021 12:06:53 PM (No. 795369)
Am a skeptic. Could just be that the Universe and everything in it was created by God who chose to put life in only one place. Even if I'm wrong the distances between star systems is so huge that travel between them is unlikely. Love the late Art Bell, Ancient Aliens, SiFi, etc. But entertainment and reality aren't the same.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Laotzu 5/24/2021 12:08:38 PM (No. 795371)
The government will tell us what serve's government's interests.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: DVC 5/24/2021 12:13:48 PM (No. 795375)
I know Andrew Malcolm's screen name.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Zeek Wolfe 5/24/2021 12:44:57 PM (No. 795388)
As usual, an article written by a person knowing next to nothing about the topic, UAPs aka ÜFOs. As usual, most commenters know next to nothing about the topic. As usual, the writer of the article makes light of the topic. As usual, commenters attempt to make light of the topic with un-funny jokes. As usual, a plethora of dopes galore.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: 100percentTexan 5/24/2021 12:45:52 PM (No. 795391)
Seven percent don’t know anything, like Adam Schiff. lol
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Reply 26 - Posted by: DVC 5/24/2021 1:13:42 PM (No. 795404)
#24, the 'dopes' as you put it, are those who take this BS seriously.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: jinx 5/24/2021 1:19:02 PM (No. 795407)
I have seen programs on the history channel about Crop Circles. Once seen, one can hardly not believe in UFO's. They are amazing and turn up in fields over night. Their intricate designs are too perfect to believe that someone from earth put them there. I would like to see what our government has been hiding and would like to know why they have kept it hidden.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 5/24/2021 2:10:22 PM (No. 795445)
I believe in demons! They are faking extraterrestrial life! And we are buying!
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Reply 29 - Posted by: DVC 5/24/2021 2:15:50 PM (No. 795453)
I hope you are kidding, #27. Most of the hoaxers who make the crop circles have admitted to doing it, and shown exactly how they do it. A team of three or for guys, some water ski looking wide shoe attachments to stamp down the crops, and a bit of rope from a central peg gets the circles nice and round. Nobody really still believes in this crop circles stuff, do they? "I saw it on TV, it must be true!" Sad, really.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: Rama41 5/24/2021 2:32:16 PM (No. 795460)
What I want to know is, why do they only bother the US Navy? Where are the reports from anybody else?
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Reply 31 - Posted by: red1066 5/24/2021 3:10:57 PM (No. 795500)
I'm hoping they're our top top secret vehicles, and not Chinese or Russian. I'd rather them to be ours or from another part of the universe rather than Chinese or Russian.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: Clinger 5/24/2021 4:29:22 PM (No. 795587)
They must be losing confidence in using global warming and a pandemic as an excuse to surrender individual liberty and national sovereignty so we need a new cause to rally to one world global communism. How else we going to fight the vastly superior little greenies?
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Reply 33 - Posted by: Geoman 5/24/2021 4:39:50 PM (No. 795603)
The Headline asks the individual reader about their UFO belief but then implies that the answer is coming from another source, which makes absolutely no logical sense. Like the government can tell you what you believe. I have to think that some junior editor crafted the headline, as the author is not typically that ignorant. As far as the subject matter, after seeing a famous photo from the Hubble telescope of a sky not full of stars but full of whole galaxies, each comprised of millions of stars (suns) and an untold number of planets, how could one believe that we humans are the only sentient beings in a universe within which our sun and solar system are but a tiny spec?
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Reply 34 - Posted by: 49 Ford 5/24/2021 4:46:03 PM (No. 795612)
Bug-eyed little green men from the planet Grok killed JFK, but the Warren Commission hushed it up.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: Italiano 5/24/2021 7:37:51 PM (No. 795730)
OK, explain Lori Lightfoot, Kamala Harris and AOC. I didn't think so.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: GO3 5/24/2021 8:31:59 PM (No. 795783)
I'm with number 15 on this. Carl Sagan said it well: time is everything. Any civilization able to cross the vast distances of space, even with advanced technology, would have perhaps found earth a still smoldering mass of rock. Or may arrive eons later and find us gone. Or we may develop the technology and voyage to Proxima Centauri system and find a bunch of slugs.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: GO3 5/25/2021 6:14:28 AM (No. 796009)
Actually #32, that was an interesting plot from one of the Outer Limits episodes. They surgically altered the appearance of a man, had the “alien” crash land, in order to unite us against an external threat. Very prescient.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: local500 5/25/2021 8:39:03 PM (No. 796715)
No I don't. You can't possibly think a form of life has such technology to travel all those light years to arrive here just to play hide and seek with us. They did not attack nor attempted to communicate with us. Most of those sightings are other government agencies experimenting and did not share what they were doing with everyone. Also people should question why these stories come up everything a democrat politician is in trouble or when they messed up. Look beyond such headlines and reports, and you'd see what they are trying to distract the public from.
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