UFO/UAP Thread

#11
Kornee Offline
How sad. How pathetic. The worthless pseudo-intellectual/psychobabble chatter that continuously repeats over at another site's mega-long thread ostensibly devoted to discussing UFOs.
I suppose such waste of the usual gang of participant's time and effort there is a tad preferable to say a chronic gambling addiction. Or drug addiction.

Meanwhile, back at the ranch....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehbKsoFJ8HI

The woman's experience was imo for sure valid. But her subsequent interpretations - firstly ' maybe secret gov high tech' , then 'biblical nephilim blah blah', is where it goes off the rails.
Everything she related bears all the hallmarks of the supernatural. Some cannot process that, for various reasons. Too cringe-worthy and peer-group ostracizing to entertain anything other than 'nuts & bolts' possibilities.

Tee hee hee. Giggle giggle giggle.
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#14
Kornee Offline
It's the blue curving path ending in...something, that has my interest. Possibly US military's symbolic 'one back at you' to Putin's much publicized announcement a few years back, boasting of their newly developed unstoppable maneuverable hypersonic glide reentry nukes. Or perhaps an Aurora follow-on hypersonic 'prompt global-strike' piloted and/ or autonomous plane. MIC, and the usual gang of investors in such, always the winners. Sadly.
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#15
Leigha Offline
(Sep 22, 2022 06:24 AM)Kornee Wrote: How sad. How pathetic. The worthless pseudo-intellectual/psychobabble chatter that continuously repeats over at another site's mega-long thread ostensibly devoted to discussing UFOs.
I suppose such waste of the usual gang of participant's time and effort there is a tad preferable to say a chronic gambling addiction. Or drug addiction.

Oh, I don’t know…seems like we’re making some progress. : ) What do you think of the study team NASA is putting together to investigate UAP claims?
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#16
Kornee Offline
(Sep 26, 2022 04:26 PM)Leigha Wrote:
(Sep 22, 2022 06:24 AM)Kornee Wrote: How sad. How pathetic. The worthless pseudo-intellectual/psychobabble chatter that continuously repeats over at another site's mega-long thread ostensibly devoted to discussing UFOs.
I suppose such waste of the usual gang of participant's time and effort there is a tad preferable to say a chronic gambling addiction. Or drug addiction.

Oh, I don’t know…seems like we’re making some progress. : ) What do you think of the study team NASA is putting together to investigate UAP claims?
I admire their determination to attempt getting 'real answers' through enhanced data gathering means and latest analytic techniques no doubt.

That said, my long standing position remains the same. Doomed to never amount to more than just that - data gathering. Thicker catalogs, but never a real breakthrough in understanding. Their strictly materialist scientific approach to the field will surely allow no room for a supernatural explanation. It's conceivable ETs could be a part of it all, but imo a very remote chance. I refer you back to the link in my #11 above, wegs. Rolleyes
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#17
Magical Realist Offline
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2...nding-ufo/

"A UFO mysteriously appeared on a US intelligence agency's logo in what officials later suggested had been a mistake.

The flying saucer was spotted on the new seal of the National Intelligence Manager-Aviation (NIM-Aviation], the main air element of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

A spokesman said someone had “erroneously posted an unofficial and incorrect logo", indicating that it may have been an internal prank.

NIM-Aviation works to assess potential security threats from the air.

It was involved in the compilation of a report to Congress last year on research into UFOs, which are referred to by the Pentagon as unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs).

The altered logo also featured a Russian Sukhoi Su-57 fighter jet and a triangular-shaped aerial vehicle, all flying over a map of the United States.

The flying saucer was first noticed by a UFO enthusiast who posted about it on Twitter.

Logo

The flying saucer can be clearly seen in the bottom left corner

He wrote: "UFO in the official seal? Hahahhahaha. Radical. I still can’t believe they did this."

A spokesman later made clear it had not been intentional.

US intelligence has shifted its approach to UAPs, with the phenomena being taken more seriously.

The report to Congress in 2021 concluded that the vast majority of sightings by US military personnel could not be explained.

However. it said in many cases the UAPs were real objects because they had been picked up by multiple sensors.

Highly advanced aircraft

The report was unable to rule out the possibility some of them could be highly advanced aircraft operated by foreign adversaries.

Pentagon researchers reviewed 144 sightings but said only one of them could be confidently explained.

The report was delivered to the House and Senate intelligence committees by Avril Haines, Joe Biden's director of national intelligence.

While the report was released publicly a classified annex was made available only to US senators, which led conspiracy theorists to speculate about what was in it.
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#18
Yazata Offline
(Sep 27, 2022 09:10 PM)Magical Realist Wrote: "A UFO mysteriously appeared on a US intelligence agency's logo in what officials later suggested had been a mistake.

I just looked and the NIM-Aviation logo with the flying saucer has been removed and replaced with a new sanitized logo.
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