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NASA STS 88 Pics Unknown Spacecraft (UFO)
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NASA STS 88 Pics Unknown Spacecraft (UFO)
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RE: NASA STS 88 Pics Unknown Spacecraft (UFO)
NME  Wrote: (10-20-2011 10:50 PM)
http://www.dumpert.nl/mediabase/587491/8...fo%29.html

the pictures are of nonsensical looking uneven and messy things that look nothing like a ship which would have a shape and neatness to it

i do not know why people like "UFO" videos and pics where its something super messy and uneven looking that doesnt resemble a ship at all. I find that to be profoundly bizarre and odd that messy looking ones arent filtered out and disliked, but rather are liked and posted.
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Heres some of the ugly, uneven asymmetrical looking pics without a video with an extra long narcissistic mentally ill intro and bad music :

http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/sseop/images/ISD...724-68.jpg

http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/sseop/images/ISD...724-66.jpg
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WHy in the world stuff that looks like junk with shit sticking out of it be liked, i have no idea. You would think only the triangles, spheres, cigar rods, saucers, and ones that look like actual ships would be the only ones liked and posted. weird.
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User ID: 56043 you are thinking like a typical human. Get your head outside of human invention and deal with it.
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RE: NASA STS 88 Pics Unknown Spacecraft (UFO)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-21-2011 12:17 AM)
User ID: 56043 you are thinking like a typical human. Get your head outside of human invention and deal with it.

To the contrary, he's RIGHT.

If a UFO is indeed considered to be an alien spacecraft of one kind or another, it would still need to adhere to the laws of physics that drive most design criteria.

A UFO is NOT going to look like a piece of space debris or other orbital junk, of which there are THOUSANDS up there going around in perpetuity.

It is also not going to be an amorphous ball of light or other non-physical form.

If you want me - and the MAJORITY - of people who basically accept the premise that these things exist, to believe your picture or video, we need to see structural detail, markings, and physical characteristics in general that would by definition need to be appearent in such a craft.

All of these glowing orbs and other nonsense that is passed off as 'UFOs' is nothing but a butt-load of new-age transcendental feel-good malarky that is explicable by other means that make the purveyors of such drivel look like a bunch of tards.

You want me to believe what you're showing me? Let's see panel lines, unit ID insignia, weapons hardpoints, propulsion detail, viewports, ANYTHING except yet another blob of smudges and bouncing kitchen lights reflected in your window!

Until then...
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I have seen these pics before six months to a year ago, the story that was attached to them at the time was that it was an ancient satellite with a very unusual orbit that we have no idea how to recreate. Most satellites orbit east to west, but this one orbits north to south.
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RE: NASA STS 88 Pics Unknown Spacecraft (UFO)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-21-2011 01:11 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-21-2011 12:17 AM)
User ID: 56043 you are thinking like a typical human. Get your head outside of human invention and deal with it.

To the contrary, he's RIGHT.

If a UFO is indeed considered to be an alien spacecraft of one kind or another, it would still need to adhere to the laws of physics that drive most design criteria.

A UFO is NOT going to look like a piece of space debris or other orbital junk, of which there are THOUSANDS up there going around in perpetuity.

It is also not going to be an amorphous ball of light or other non-physical form.

If you want me - and the MAJORITY - of people who basically accept the premise that these things exist, to believe your picture or video, we need to see structural detail, markings, and physical characteristics in general that would by definition need to be appearent in such a craft.

All of these glowing orbs and other nonsense that is passed off as 'UFOs' is nothing but a butt-load of new-age transcendental feel-good malarky that is explicable by other means that make the purveyors of such drivel look like a bunch of tards.

You want me to believe what you're showing me? Let's see panel lines, unit ID insignia, weapons hardpoints, propulsion detail, viewports, ANYTHING except yet another blob of smudges and bouncing kitchen lights reflected in your window!

Until then...

So a cube ship would be within your limits.
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some alien tech is said to emit a plasma around the entire craft which could explain the fuzzy lights in the sky
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RE: NASA STS 88 Pics Unknown Spacecraft (UFO)
ashesandsackcloth  Wrote: (10-21-2011 01:38 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-21-2011 01:11 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-21-2011 12:17 AM)
User ID: 56043 you are thinking like a typical human. Get your head outside of human invention and deal with it.

To the contrary, he's RIGHT.

If a UFO is indeed considered to be an alien spacecraft of one kind or another, it would still need to adhere to the laws of physics that drive most design criteria.

A UFO is NOT going to look like a piece of space debris or other orbital junk, of which there are THOUSANDS up there going around in perpetuity.

It is also not going to be an amorphous ball of light or other non-physical form.

If you want me - and the MAJORITY - of people who basically accept the premise that these things exist, to believe your picture or video, we need to see structural detail, markings, and physical characteristics in general that would by definition need to be appearent in such a craft.

All of these glowing orbs and other nonsense that is passed off as 'UFOs' is nothing but a butt-load of new-age transcendental feel-good malarky that is explicable by other means that make the purveyors of such drivel look like a bunch of tards.

You want me to believe what you're showing me? Let's see panel lines, unit ID insignia, weapons hardpoints, propulsion detail, viewports, ANYTHING except yet another blob of smudges and bouncing kitchen lights reflected in your window!

Until then...

So a cube ship would be within your limits.

Most likely, it could.

These days with photoshop and CGI applications for video though, it is getting harder all the time to tell real from fake.

There have been some VERY convincing fakes put out there.

On that point, it's even getting to the point where photogapic and video evidence might become inadmissable in court for the same reason.

A motivated individual can manufacture anything on a hard drive that they can dream up and make it look convincing.
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