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Man built 'UFO landing pad' in Argentina

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toast

Failed because the average dimensions of extraterrestrial landers are 12x3x3 miles (antennas, radar dishes and toilet flush pipes not included).

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Aardvark-DK

There is NO tin foil hat, BIG enough for that one...

 

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Patient Zero

Title should have read: "Man has too much time on his hands and needs a hobby or a wife or something."

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moonman

Guy stares at sun, boils brain and uses scarred retinas as building plan

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MissJatti

Now we need to do now is build a man made ufo

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Minimalists
36 minutes ago, MissJatti said:

Now we need to do now is build a man made ufo

You Tube has your answer for that. Since it seems to be the preferred platform of a lot of this nut job stuff.

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MissJatti
21 hours ago, Alien Origins said:

You Tube has your answer for that. Since it seems to be the preferred platform of a lot of this nut job stuff.

Perfect

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Black Monk

Plenty of extraterrestrial spacecraft have landed on Earth without the need for landing pads.

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Minimalists
3 hours ago, MissJatti said:

Perfect

 

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