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Magikman

Definitive Proof That Ufo's Exist?

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A full-page advertisement in the January 2003 issue of UFO Magazine has generated considerable interest amongst the UFO community. It refers to an event taking place on the weekend of 24-27 January, when some extraordinary satellite images of anomalous objects will be screened at the National Space Centre in Leicester. The screenings will be held on the evenings of Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with each commencing at 7.30pm.

For the past two years, hundreds of extraordinary UFO-like images have been gleaned by a Spanish-based team using two space-based satellites and which defy explanation.

NASA initially tried to explain the images away as pixel faults, passing meteors or asteroids, etc., but when a European-led consortium presented them with images that clearly were none of the aforementioned, they 'clamped up'.

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tongue.gif I've finally had a chance to watch the webcast interview in its entirety and unfortunately it is quite silly and unbelievable. Someone's gone through alot of trouble to download and then manipulate, misinterpret and grossly exaggerate anomolous NASA images. Pretty sad, really. mad.gif

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* - If you attempt to watch the webcast on a cable connection, skip the first five minutes of the video, as they don't begin to show the various images until then.

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