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Red and white lights in the sky over Las Vegas spark UFO reports


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42 minutes ago, Cupid Stunt said:

i totally go with that. And as you stated above: in this case, there is really not much going on.

My point was: it could be all kinds of things. But the way i percieved it,  the13bats chose the suggested

explanation, ran with it WITHOUT supporting his claims, while expecting exactly that from anybody else.

Maybe i was a bit unclear or teas-y about that, but in the end, that's what i was on about.

That's cool. Often people do make statements without supporting them, but if you ask posters like the13bats will say what's on their mind. Others will balk and demand you disprove their opinion.

Interesting spoonerism you used.

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12 hours ago, Cupid Stunt said:

The often-cited "Occam's razor" doesn't relieve one of having to back up any form of opinion.

Occam's razor requires multiple theories that can make predictions.

Ptolemy's model lasted so long because because it made better predictions than competing models. The Copernicus model eventually did the same but simpler.

OR cant be applied to the ET debate.  What predictions can the ETH make?

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Airline pilots have been reporting an increase in UFO lights. I don't think they fall into the category of gullible hillbilly types:Light show between 40 and 30 West - PPRuNe Forums

And I am not sure earthquake lights have been adequately explained:Earthquake lights, explained | National Geographic

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On 1/5/2023 at 7:02 AM, stereologist said:

I don't believe the13bats made any "case closed" statement. What they and you both acknowledge is that there is very little to go on here.

I also get a kick out of people jumping to the conclusion of UFO when there is nothing even showing anything in the sky other than light splotches.

I don't think calling it unidentified is all that much of a jump... People are just very conclusive here and seem to believe "demanding proof" that thier random musings are wrong is a reasonable way to conversate. They seem to be missing the fact that this is an internet forum and the only "proof" they could possibly demonstrate are websites. Which really means nothing but seem to tickle the "skeptics" who already determined thier responses in the 50s.

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17 hours ago, pellinore said:

Airline pilots have been reporting an increase in UFO lights. I don't think they fall into the category of gullible hillbilly types:Light show between 40 and 30 West - PPRuNe Forums

And I am not sure earthquake lights have been adequately explained:Earthquake lights, explained | National Geographic

That smear campaign has gone on way too long. When I first grappled the biggest experience I had with whoever they are I learned from this site to talk openly about what I remembered. This is when I discovered the shear amount of people of all walks of life that would casually mention thier experiences when they felt safe. And I noticed the volume of similar stories online with details that sometimes described things you would have had to see to comprehend but which sounded familiar. Some of us were here to convince ourselves it was ok to talk about, not convince strangers to believe us. To be honest I'm more in awe that in this day and age that hillbilly smear campaign holds more "proof" in boomers' eyes than reality. 

I think the problem is the gap in science. People are not grasping what it is that they are seeing. Once we develop our sciences or education enough for the general public to understand the expressions of different phases of matter outside of our human perceptions as other dimensions I think it will all fall into place. It seems like they are headed the right direction researching into dark matter more at least so I will try to be patient.

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1 hour ago, Nicolette said:

I don't think calling it unidentified is all that much of a jump... People are just very conclusive here and seem to believe "demanding proof" that thier random musings are wrong is a reasonable way to conversate. They seem to be missing the fact that this is an internet forum and the only "proof" they could possibly demonstrate are websites. Which really means nothing but seem to tickle the "skeptics" who already determined thier responses in the 50s.

Yawn, that is false. Websites are not the only form of evidence available. Research is also available. You should learn that research extends outside of the internet.

There is no evidence it was a UFO as stated. That would be something flying. There is no evidence of anything but light splotches on clouds.

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On 1/6/2023 at 12:12 AM, pellinore said:

Airline pilots have been reporting an increase in UFO lights. I don't think they fall into the category of gullible hillbilly types:Light show between 40 and 30 West - PPRuNe Forums

And I am not sure earthquake lights have been adequately explained:Earthquake lights, explained | National Geographic

Kinda, satellites are the culprit, example from Brazil, explained by Mick West

On the OP subject, UFO lights superimposed with the map

 

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