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pes2013

Technically, that and everything else is a UFO: A UFO is a Unidentified Flying Object. It isn't alien related or anything.

Planes are UFOs until the control station at airports makes contact with them and tell them what plane they are.

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Oh, there isn't any proof that Greer is a con-artist, at least none I've seen, but I have little doubt he is in this thing for his own finacial gain rather than because he is an avid believer. But that's just what I think.

I am not really surprised you take what Greer says as gospel. You've proven time & time again how suseptible you are to such gobbledygook. I'd be pretty surprised if you actually read the article in the link I posted.

You make a lot of false assumptions.

I take nothing as gospel, including the posts of the armchair 'experts' on here.

I don't jump to the conclusion that every strange object or bright light is from another world.

And I don't simply accept any pronouncements by Science that would have you believe that something is impossible.

I don't ignore the real life experiences of credible witnesses, simply because it casts doubts on what we are told is true.

I choose to think for myself.

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mudslag

You make a lot of false assumptions.

I take nothing as gospel, including the posts of the armchair 'experts' on here.

I don't jump to the conclusion that every strange object or bright light is from another world.

And I don't simply accept any pronouncements by Science that would have you believe that something is impossible.

I don't ignore the real life experiences of credible witnesses, simply because it casts doubts on what we are told is true.

I choose to think for myself.

That doesn't stop you from making assertions that we have been visited among other notions you have stated. Also who defines who is credible? When did being credible mean that the lack of actual evidence is made up by one's word alone? One thing that NO ONE credibile or not has EVER been able to provide is actual hard evidence. Some object, being or thing that can be viewed, tested, studied that says "it" without a doubt is and can be proven to be not of this Earth. Til then being credible doesn't make their word any more legit then the nut in the padded room.

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francescob

It's like the Cydonia region on Mars which people thought had a face on it and proved E.T. or Martians were there. Turns out it was just another case of pareidolia.

Wait until they find the ass on the other side! I want to believe! :alien:

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freak180

I seen a UFO on dec 21. in Philly. There were a lot of reports of sightings which I found out later that month on that day. I didnt assume it was a freaking alien. It looked unrealistic since I'm use to seeing them in vids on YouTube.

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UFO IS Over-Rated

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