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Avi Loeb leads $1.5M effort to find alien tech on the ocean floor


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..to me, is an absolute travesty for the hundreds upon hundreds of legitimate solar system scientists who are doing excellent work studying what actually exists."

A scientists who are forced to apologise over ‘planet’ photos which was actually piece of chorizo. :rolleyes:

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The phrase "Loeb maintains that there is a chance that the object was extraterrestrial in origin..." struck me as very funny. Or did they change the definition of 'extraterrestrial' without telling me?

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I hope he's right but I have my doubts. He seems a bit too eager.
He'd better focus on his UFO investigation project.
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One point five million won’t do much unless he has specific coordinates to search in that are credible.

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Wait they are looking for fragments of a two foot object that fell and blew up 8 years ago on the ocean floor? Good luck with that one... I mean why the wait?

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10 hours ago, Nnicolette said:

Wait they are looking for fragments of a two foot object that fell and blew up 8 years ago on the ocean floor? Good luck with that one... I mean why the wait?

It was a review of military data that pointed out this unusual meteorite hitting the atmosphere.

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He's definitely open minded and his theories on 'Oumuamua have definitely been intriguing. I say... why not!

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On 9/4/2022 at 11:54 PM, Nnicolette said:

Wait they are looking for fragments of a two foot object that fell and blew up 8 years ago on the ocean floor? Good luck with that one... I mean why the wait?

Like finding a needle in a haystack!? Um no, because one might actually find a needle in a haystack.

My guess he will blow the 1.5 and come up with a bit of nothing like that cat who was a foot doc and claimed any little bit of foreign object removed from a person was an alien implant.

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There is nothing far fetched until said pieces are discovered, analyzed and conclusion are drawn.

 

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On 9/6/2022 at 11:31 AM, the13bats said:

Like finding a needle in a haystack!? Um no, because one might actually find a needle in a haystack.

My guess he will blow the 1.5 and come up with a bit of nothing like that cat who was a foot doc and claimed any little bit of foreign object removed from a person was an alien implant.

Don't rule out that he could produce a TV show that chronicles his search. Week after week of absolutely nothing found. It's been done before, there are a lot of gullible people in this country.

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2 hours ago, Gaden said:

Don't rule out that he could produce a TV show that chronicles his search. Week after week of absolutely nothing found. It's been done before, there are a lot of gullible people in this country.

Man, I never thought I would miss watching, "Finding Bigfoot". How could they cancel it when they hadn't found Bigfoot yet?

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