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Best evidence for ET visitation - 3rd edition

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DId they recess for Lunch ? I want to know what that stinkin Rock is !

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I think I would have to agree with you on this, psyche, it looks just like it, (no disrespect Jim) and if you are correct I believe its the first time something like a "sprite" has been caught on film?

I agree, I hope Jim has a little time to pop in and comment, I'd like to learn more about Kosmos 955, and the theory behind that explanation. I can only evaluate what I see, I am sure Jim has a mountain of information that I have not seen.

Natural phenomena just does not pull them in like little green men does it Haz ;)

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Lots ,and Lots of ISS videos with sprites THey are out there Man ! :tu:

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Natural phenomena just does not pull them in like little green men does it Haz ;)

Nope, and in a way I get all that,... Wild speculations, wishful thinking and technobabble can be lots of fun.

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I have a little book at my shop with a lot of technobebble, Its called a labor time chart for the Unknown FTL Saucer repair tech !

So far Ive only gotten to use it in my best dreams ! :alien::no:

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found it...

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:w00t:

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Found what, exactly?

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good to see you back mcrom :yes::gun:

Found what, exactly?

his password on UM :innocent:

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his password on UM :innocent:

:lol::nw:

Yea, its been a while, good to see you again, mcrom.

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good to see you too quillius, hazz... :tsu:

hope all is great.... :alien:

hi every1... :santa:

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good to see you too quillius, hazz... :tsu:

hope all is great.... :alien:

hi every1... :santa:

although only time will tel lif this is the real mcrom....maybe they finally got to him

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good to see you too quillius, hazz... :tsu:

hope all is great.... :alien:

hi every1... :santa:

Hey Mcrom one more quick thing, last year some time during a debate on Phoenix you posted a link to a site containing many of the 'statements' made by witnesses to the 8pm event, I cant for the life of me find it, if you have it too hand I would appreciate you posting once again.

thanks fella.

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Hey Mcrom one more quick thing, last year some time during a debate on Phoenix you posted a link to a site containing many of the 'statements' made by witnesses to the 8pm event, I cant for the life of me find it, if you have it too hand I would appreciate you posting once again.

thanks fella.

heya q... was it this one... http://home.comcast.net/~tprinty/UFO/azwit.htm by any chance? there was another one too... can't recall, my memory is so blank at the moment... re the phoenix lights, the outstanding issue which needed clarification came from fitzgerald regarding the canadian tutors.... that didn't add up, just sayin

although only time will tel lif this is the real mcrom....maybe they finally got to him

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heya q... was it this one... http://home.comcast....y/UFO/azwit.htm by any chance? there was another one too... can't recall, my memory is so blank at the moment... re the phoenix lights, the outstanding issue which needed clarification came from fitzgerald regarding the canadian tutors.... that didn't add up, just sayin

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yes thats the one thanks,. As for the flying tutors, yes this is an issue for me also and unresolved......I was trying to find out if the controller that was having teh initial conversation with the 757 also heard what was said by the pilot 'claiming' to be part of teh flying tutors.

as for your image.....glad you guessed what I was alluding to......now I know its the real you :)

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good to see you too quillius, hazz... :tsu:

hope all is great.... :alien:

hi every1... :santa:

:st

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Well who wants to know all the dirt on Washington,D.C. !

It has Real Live Aliens there too ! I`ll have to reduce all the picks and put them up !

IM BACK !!!!!!! :tu:

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HOLD THE PHONE! I'VE FOUND IT!!!!

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<_<

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<_<

Still pretty cool though. :)

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found it...

Hb4V_mKNW0G1oELLjUlJXg2.jpg

:w00t:

That Mimas planet kinda looks like the Death Star in Star Wars :tsu:

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I can't imagine natural processes advancing from a few complex molecules, to a cell membrane enclosing even the most primitive DNA replication and cell division. I'm of reasonable intelligence and I'm pretty well read...but I can't get my head around the spontaneous creation of life from natural events...although I do agree on evolution once life gets going.

On the divinity idea, I can't comprehend a supreme entity being bored silly one day and creating the Universe...even if it did take a week. Sorry no offence to believers...I'm not criticizing you...I am speaking about my own personal beliefs. Obviously the creation idea doesn't work for me.

So my current belief is panspermia with ET interference occasionally in our history to help out our evolution...so yes Prometheous is worth considering especially since the first Alien movie was based exactly on panspermia.

Isn't our species kind of proving panspermia if we have evolved and are now sending people and robots into space?

Also, Apollo 12 bringing back a piece of Surveyor which landed on the Moon a couple of years before them, had earth originating bacteria that survived space.

For me it seems plausible...but I still puzzle over how life began initially even if it was not here. Perhaps somewhere in the universe there are natural forces we know nothing of...or perhaps other dimensions colliding with ours.

This is a few pages back, but thanks for the DNA visualization video. I hadn't seen that one.

For me it is also mind-boggling to think there's no design or architect to such a purposeful, complex, and stable system. Throughout the primordial Earth there were trillions upon trillions of simultaneous attempts for about a billion years to create a working primitive single cell. Anything that didn't lead to life, remained in the ooze. Anything that achieved stability, became the building block for the next step. Each step speeds up how long the next step takes. As an analogy, It took humans a hundred thousand years to make a single working autonomous machine, but in the following hundred years we created millions of other machines to do millions of other jobs. Each hurtle crossed creates an explosion of progress towards the next hurdle.

That said, looking at the DNA visualization shows how advanced we've become in science, but it's anything but intuitive to think that that happened randomly. Intuitively it makes me think about design (ironically the most compelling reason to consider the metaphysical I've seen).

Also, saying, 'aliens' must have helped us just replaces one question with another:

From:

How did this complex life came to be? "I don't know"

To:

How did this complex life came to be? "Aliens". How did the Aliens came to be? "I don't know"

...Doesn't really get us any closer to an answer. Same with:

How did this complex life came to be? "Came from Mars". How did it start in Mars? "Aliens put it there" How did the Aliens came to be? "I don't know"

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This is a few pages back, but thanks for the DNA visualization video. I hadn't seen that one.

For me it is also mind-boggling to think there's no design or architect to such a purposeful, complex, and stable system. Throughout the primordial Earth there were trillions upon trillions of simultaneous attempts for about a billion years to create a working primitive single cell. Anything that didn't lead to life, remained in the ooze. Anything that achieved stability, became the building block for the next step. Each step speeds up how long the next step takes. As an analogy, It took humans a hundred thousand years to make a single working autonomous machine, but in the following hundred years we created millions of other machines to do millions of other jobs. Each hurtle crossed creates an explosion of progress towards the next hurdle.

That said, looking at the DNA visualization shows how advanced we've become in science, but it's anything but intuitive to think that that happened randomly. Intuitively it makes me think about design (ironically the most compelling reason to consider the metaphysical I've seen).

Also, saying, 'aliens' must have helped us just replaces one question with another:

From:

How did this complex life came to be? "I don't know"

To:

How did this complex life came to be? "Aliens". How did the Aliens came to be? "I don't know"

...Doesn't really get us any closer to an answer. Same with:

How did this complex life came to be? "Came from Mars". How did it start in Mars? "Aliens put it there" How did the Aliens came to be? "I don't know"

Somewhere, somehow "life" came to be. I saw a documentary some years ago. It may have been the regular TV series, The Nature of Things, with David Suzuki, a Canadian CBC production, although I am not certain.

It proposed (I've seen this theory elsewhere) that life is not a rare occurance in the Universe, but an eventuality, given the right conditions. "Life" is matter, organized into such a complex arrangement, that it becomes "conscious" of it's own existance...which of course gets into the deep meaning of what is consciousness.

Natural forces even at the quantum level, compel the simplest of atoms, to form and combine into more and more complex molecules. This of course is countered by forces that compel them to break down. Even at the quantum level, the nature of duality takes hold. Somehow, matter is driven to form into higher and higher levels of complexity to the point of amino acids, proteins etc being launched into further levels of organization with the introduction of enzymes.

It seems very complex and it is. But if life is indeed and eventuality, it would seem likely that we are in a Universe teeming with life.

Although science seems to have a good understanding of natural forces, we have probably only scratched the surface of the knowledge we need to really comprehend the true nature of our existance.

It's the kind of thing that makes your brain short circuit if you think about it too much.

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Somewhere, somehow "life" came to be. I saw a documentary some years ago. It may have been the regular TV series, The Nature of Things, with David Suzuki, a Canadian CBC production, although I am not certain.

It proposed (I've seen this theory elsewhere) that life is not a rare occurance in the Universe, but an eventuality, given the right conditions. "Life" is matter, organized into such a complex arrangement, that it becomes "conscious" of it's own existance...which of course gets into the deep meaning of what is consciousness.

Natural forces even at the quantum level, compel the simplest of atoms, to form and combine into more and more complex molecules. This of course is countered by forces that compel them to break down. Even at the quantum level, the nature of duality takes hold. Somehow, matter is driven to form into higher and higher levels of complexity to the point of amino acids, proteins etc being launched into further levels of organization with the introduction of enzymes.

It seems very complex and it is. But if life is indeed and eventuality, it would seem likely that we are in a Universe teeming with life.

Although science seems to have a good understanding of natural forces, we have probably only scratched the surface of the knowledge we need to really comprehend the true nature of our existance.

It's the kind of thing that makes your brain short circuit if you think about it too much.

I agree. The most abundant elements in the universe are also the building blocks of life, and their usefulness in creating life is proportional to their amounts in the universe. Uranium is not a key component in creating life. Intuitively, it doesn't seem like coincidence.

We are yet to figure out a way life from another solar system could get here in a timely fashion. Going at the fastest we've made an object go (70k km/s), it would take 17k years to get to the next closest solar system. If we manage to get something to go at .1c, it would still take 40 years, and that speed is still science fiction to us. We're pretty far from having a good understanding of how the universe really works though. If there is intelligent life in Alpha Centauri, and they found a way to travel faster, it's only logical they would go looking in their closest neighbor first (us).

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