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What is NASA hiding ?



Featuring extraordinary NASA digital video footage of authentic space-based UFOs and strange anomalies.

   

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Comment icon #38 Posted by TheMcGuffin on 19 November, 2011, 3:47
Well said here TheMcGuffin, I'm glad it's not just me wondering at the extremly poor quality of videos and photos coming out of NASA. Little sis could take better pics with an old box brownie loaded with cellophane Mr. and Mrs. Front Porch and their 2.2 kids were definitely getting better TV pictures back in 1948:
Comment icon #39 Posted by TheMcGuffin on 19 November, 2011, 8:49
You can see in this video that NASA tends to cut to images of the control room in Houston when something weird happens. Usually the three types of UFO phenomena he's talking about seem interested in anything new that we're doing out there in space, whether with the Hubble telescope, new satellites, the space stations and so on. The Russians have been seeing them, too. Lots of "flashers" in this one--you can't miss them. Look at how they were hanging around the Mir space station for an unusually prolonged period.
Comment icon #40 Posted by ovaz1088 on 23 November, 2011, 5:51
The NASA commentator at the end,"Also some uhhh............ Ice crystals or uhhh, other objects" LMFAO!
Comment icon #41 Posted by psyche101 on 23 November, 2011, 6:05
Well said here TheMcGuffin, I'm glad it's not just me wondering at the extremly poor quality of videos and photos coming out of NASA. Little sis could take better pics with an old box brownie loaded with cellophane How does an old box brownie loaded with cellophane go in space? The temp extremes would destroy the cellophane, not to mention be rather stressful on the camera, then there are things like cosmic rays and no atmosphere to deal with, and that is just the stuff we know about. I imagine some quality in some locations at least might be somewhat compromised? The NASA commentator at the e... [More]
Comment icon #42 Posted by booNyzarC on 23 November, 2011, 6:26
When I first encountered footage from orbit I was blown away by it. It really struck a chord in my imagination and my imagination ran wild with all kinds of speculation. When I first heard possible explanations of ice crystals, spinning washers, space junk and the like I thought such suggestions were preposterous. Oh how such things interfered with my imagination. After prolonged exposure and watching more and more... I've come to realize how foolish I was to guffaw at the prosaic explanations just because of my own attachment to my imagination and my hopes that it was something more. It took ... [More]
Comment icon #43 Posted by ovaz1088 on 1 December, 2011, 7:03
How does an old box brownie loaded with cellophane go in space? The temp extremes would destroy the cellophane, not to mention be rather stressful on the camera, then there are things like cosmic rays and no atmosphere to deal with, and that is just the stuff we know about. I imagine some quality in some locations at least might be somewhat compromised? Well good to see that you have a better contribution? Oh c'mon, I can't laugh at something hilarious? I mean, did you listen to the guy? He was studdering, practicly choking to try and explain what was not supposed to be there. lol. If you hone... [More]
Comment icon #44 Posted by psyche101 on 1 December, 2011, 7:22
Oh c'mon, I can't laugh at something hilarious? I mean, did you listen to the guy? He was studdering, practicly choking to try and explain what was not supposed to be there. lol. If you honestly can't tell he was struggling for a cover up, well that's your own problem. Cover up what? Sure, have a laugh at another's expense, I happen to know public speaking can be quite a challenge for the most knowledgeable person. But you have not established a cover up by any means. All you did was laugh at someone you do not know, and that is OK, laughter is the best medecine, but it's not really contributi... [More]
Comment icon #45 Posted by ovaz1088 on 1 December, 2011, 7:38
Cover up what? Sure, have a laugh at another's expense, I happen to know public speaking can be quite a challenge for the most knowledgeable person. But you have not established a cover up by any means. All you did was laugh at someone you do not know, and that is OK, laughter is the best medecine, but it's not really contributing to the thread is it? Do you have an opinion on the Ice Crystals? What do you think is in the video? An opinion? Sure. Well, since they already compared ice crystals to the pulsating orb in the video and concluded it can't be ice crystals- they don't pulsate first of ... [More]
Comment icon #46 Posted by lost_shaman on 11 December, 2011, 7:06
An opinion? Sure. Well, since they already compared ice crystals to the pulsating orb in the video and concluded it can't be ice crystals- they don't pulsate first of all, I doubt it was ice crystals. The commentator even said crystals or water may be reflecting off the sun, when the sun hadn't risen in that area for another minute or so. So don't mind me, I'll just be laughing; chill out. After the first 48 hours or so Ice sources are limited. Barring occasional water dumps, water ice is limited to malfunctions which are documented. Hydrazine ice is of course ejected from the nozzles themselv... [More]
Comment icon #47 Posted by Phox on 11 December, 2011, 14:16
Well I be damn, the moon is brown and not grey or white like NASA wants us to believe. I wonder why they try to hide its true color. It is the same color as Earth's soil.


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