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Do you belive in UFO's?

    highdose posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 14:36:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    as jw's we were meant to say no, but as free thinking people, i wonder what your opionion is?

    M wha happened? posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 14:43:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    My question is, Do UFO's believe in us?

    xcellxior posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 15:02:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    Do you mean aliens?

    I frequently see UFO's, they could just be satellites but since I cant confirm they are UFOs to me.

    To believe a universe as big as ours is for 6 billion people seems a bit of a waste.

    M frankiespeakin posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 15:23:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    It all depends on what you mean by believe?

    Yes I believe there are object that people see in the sky that are unidentified or Unidentified Flying Objects, but as for do I believe in alien abductions and people being taken up in spaceships no.

    Is it a jet, is it plane, no it's Santa Claus:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYw3ue5vIuM&feature=related

    M feenx posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 15:26:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    I COMPLETELY agree with xcellxior! It's always seemed a bit closed minded, even arrogant, to me to think that in all the vastness of the universe it's all about one god and one devil, over a few measly humans and this third rock from the sun. Really?..........really?? C'mon now people.

    F Casper posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 15:26:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    I believe anything is possible... IMO, if you believe in the Bible, you already believe in other life forms.

    To believe a universe as big as ours is for 6 billion people seems a bit of a waste.

    I agree, I think it would be very self-centered of us to think we're the only ones.

    Cas

    logic posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 16:23:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    I don't believe that there is not any aliens. There are alot of weird unexplained events in this world. I have

    been interested in this type of thing ever since I was kid. I have seen strange things myself , having been

    brought in the 4 corners of the U.S., so I have read tons of information on the subject, but to this

    date I have not been convinced of such a thing. I still feel there are logical explainations , if we

    had the correct information.

    Cthulhu posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 18:05:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    I've always been inclined to think that there are beings other than ourselves on the same physical level as we are. Even as a Witness I believed in extraterrestrials, though I was very very careful about mentioning this to anyone.

    M BluesBrother posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 18:14:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    Even as a Witness I believed in extraterrestrials,

    So did I .. I knew them as Angels

    M Twitch posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 18:14:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    I believe there are things out there that are unidentified. Manmade objects, misidentification or natural phenomena is the cause in most cases, imo.

    I believe there may be alien life out there but doubt they have the means or want to visit us. Watching tadpoles gets boring after awhile.

    M Elsewhere posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 18:17:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    If there were intelligent extraterrestrials visiting earth, I seriously boubt we would even have the capacity to recognize them as living organisms.

    cameo-d posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 18:33:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    Yes. UFO's are made in Germany by another Secret Society.

    quote:

    The new RFZ (Rundflugzeug) or "Round Aircraft" series began in 1937, after Vril bought the fallow land surrounding the Arado-Brandenburg aircraft facility. RFZ discs 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6 were tested there under Vril supervision while Thule was helped by special SS technical branch unit E-IV, which was tasked with developing alternative energies. Thule worked on a separate disc at a secret location in NW Germany referred to as Hauneburg from 1935 on. As such their product was known as the H-Gerät (Hauneburg Device) but this was shortened to Haunebu in 1939 once the disc's Triebwerk (German for Engine) was perfected. Haunebu I was briefly designated as RFZ-5 when Thule moved from Hauneburg to Arado-Brandenburg.

    A special unit named Sonderbüro (Special Bureau) 13 was created by the Luftwaffe to "officially" investigate strange aerial phenomena over the Reich but "unofficially" was created to cover-up these reports of flight discs and flying cigars. In September 1944 a ME-262 jet pilot caught sight of one of the Andromeda craft and reported it. Sonderbüro 13 immediately tried to feign ignorance of such a device.

    http://www.experiencefestival.com/a/Vril_-_Vril_Society/id/601987

    vilot posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 19:19:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    I also believe there is, was or will be other sentient beings in the universe. If each galaxy were to produce only 1 solar system capable of producing sentient life there would be hundreds of millions of such solar systems thru out the universe...having said that.

    IF more than on did exist say not far from us and they were of advanced technology for interstellar travel a number of things would happen even before we ever saw them. Their technology would have to evolve like any civilization and in the course of the evolution from simple radio transmissions to space flight would flood their part of the galaxy with electromagnatic radiation sending out a beacon of radio waves long before they evolved to space flight. So we would hear them long before they got here...

    M Elsewhere posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 19:41:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    The sad thing about radio waves and the idea that aliens might be listening in is that many physicists doubt that the radio waves from earth travel much further than the outer edge of our solar system.

    This is due to the Inverse Square Law (P = 1/r^2). If you double the distance, the strength of the radio signal drops to 1/4th its original power. By the time our radio waves reach Pluto they almost don't exist anymore.

    The only reason we are able to communicate with probes like Voyager I and II is because they use directional antennas that send the radio waves out more like a flashlight. All other radio waves from earth spread out like from a light bulb and get dim very quickly as the distance increases.

    M OnTheWayOut posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 20:00:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    There are more things in heaven and earth horatio than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

    M digderidoo posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 20:12:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    I've seen a UFO with my daughter, orange lights suspended in the sky at night. I was driving and when i saw it i couldn't believe an aeroplane was flying so low, banking and turning showing it's underside....but couldn't understand why the lights were orange and i couldn't understand why it appeared to be moving slowly. I couldn't see any shape to it, just the lights. As i continued driving and subsequently turned away from it round a bend in the road and down a hill i didn't give it much after thought apart from me and my daughter saying it looked strange.

    The next day in the local paper there were many reported sightings of the same event, but for those who stopped to watch it, it was suspended there for 15 minutes before it went.

    Paul

    straightshooter posted Tue, 01 Dec 2009 20:15:00 GMT(12/1/2009)

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    I keep telling myself that there are no such things as UFOs, yet something down within me says it is a possibility.

    Snotrag posted Wed, 02 Dec 2009 00:42:00 GMT(12/2/2009)

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    I doubted their existence while a dub, but I saw 4 of them in daylight above my back yard. They were there for about a half hour not moving then they took off at fantastic speed. They were flying saucers with a bubble in the middle. Three others with me also saw them. No camera so no pictures but we waved at them

    F parakeet posted Wed, 02 Dec 2009 01:11:00 GMT(12/2/2009)

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    I believe that there are flying objects that I can't identify. I once saw tracer fire at night over a military base. Having never seen tracer fire before, I couldn't identify it. A war veteran identified it for me when I described it.

    To say that aliens must exist because we can't identify everything that flies around is a logical fallacy. It's the same as saying God must exist if we can't provide evidence that he doesn't.

    M jaguarbass posted Wed, 02 Dec 2009 02:13:00 GMT(12/2/2009)

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSY43YxwMBo

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