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Scientists reportedly want to build a nuclear-powered 'UFO detector'


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Regardless of what people believe this sounds just a little whack a doodlish.

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Generally speaking, more things need to be nuclear powered.  I'm on board.

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Sounds like a good idea, if they do it right.

 

* the nuclear facilities reports of visits by ufos often describe malfunctions of computer and electronic control systems. So I think the ufo-bait devices should include purely mechanical recording systems as a backup. Like triggering a spring powered film movie camera if electronics go down.

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They lost us at nuclear powered.

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Its impossible to take guys like this seroius. He should be laught out of the physics department at the university!

Knuth claims that efforts are now underway to use miniature nuclear reactors in space to lure in passing extraterrestrials.

 

Im guessing he was "brainstorming" at the local bar (8 beers in) with his buddies one night, so I seriously doubt that there is anything at all going on ... but if there is...

 

Only in America. 😄

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22 hours ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

It does. Especially as they are visiting already.

No. Not at all.

 

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"Scientists reportedly want to build a nuclear-powered 'UFO detector' "

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Have they not watched Star Trek?  We won't attract the attention of aliens until we develop warp drive. 

 

Nuclear is barely more advanced than a campfire in the desert

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19 minutes ago, Essan said:

Nuclear is barely more advanced than a campfire in the desert

I was just about to say...

How would ET detect something that "microscopic" on our blue little dot when every main sequence star in the galaxy is vomiting out a gazillion times more ionizing/nuclear radiation every second?!!

Not even to mention all the other loud monsters out there like supernovas, pulsars, quasars, magnetars, neutron stars, GRB and blazars.

 

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Don't send the signal!!!

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4 hours ago, Trelane said:

No. Not at all.

 

No, definitely visiting already 

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Plus AI. Everything needs Artificial Intelligence these days.

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26 minutes ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

No, definitely visiting already 

Zero evidence of aliens or extraterrestrial craft. Nothing. This also goes along with the fact that we have not discovered any evidence of life existing anywhere else. It's a fantasy. Not yours exclusively but a fantasy, nonetheless.

Also, you and others have been asked to provide your best example and none have help up to scrutiny.  While a few others have attempted to promote their own best cases, none have help up to scrutiny. You, however, specifically have not provided anything, only griping about those who are the true open-minded skeptics here. 

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2 hours ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

No, definitely visiting already 

That is your belief and you are entitled to it.

Me personaly, I prefer to know...

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10 hours ago, Trelane said:

Zero evidence of aliens or extraterrestrial craft. Nothing. This also goes along with the fact that we have not discovered any evidence of life existing anywhere else. It's a fantasy. Not yours exclusively but a fantasy, nonetheless.

Also, you and others have been asked to provide your best example and none have help up to scrutiny.  While a few others have attempted to promote their own best cases, none have help up to scrutiny. You, however, specifically have not provided anything, only griping about those who are the true open-minded skeptics here. 

The 1561 Nuremberg celestial incident 

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4 hours ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

The 1561 Nuremberg celestial incident 

I dont know much about it... I think few people do, more than it was a really old one.

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5 hours ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

The 1561 Nuremberg celestial incident 

What about it? Elaborate.

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24 minutes ago, Trelane said:

What about it? Elaborate.

The gist of it is: the year was 1561, the town of Nuremberg witnessed a ufo battle in the skies, 3 types of aerial craft, several craft, descriptions of lasers shooting from the craft at each other, a renowned artist draws what was seen. All of this witnessed at a time where we had no airplanes, no weather balloons, no TV to influence the witnesses... 

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2 hours ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

The gist of it is: the year was 1561, the town of Nuremberg witnessed a ufo battle in the skies, 3 types of aerial craft, several craft, descriptions of lasers shooting from the craft at each other, a renowned artist draws what was seen. All of this witnessed at a time where we had no airplanes, no weather balloons, no TV to influence the witnesses... 

Ok, and thank you responding.

Well, there's the rub. The alleged accounts of something in the sky. What it was we'll likely never know. However, the likely and reasonable conclusion is atmospheric phenomenon. This notion of alien craft being attributed is 20th century invention. Sad really, when there's the very real and yet still mysterious Hessdalen Lights phenomenon being observed in that general region of the world.

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29 minutes ago, Trelane said:

Ok, and thank you responding.

Well, there's the rub. The alleged accounts of something in the sky. What it was we'll likely never know. However, the likely and reasonable conclusion is atmospheric phenomenon. This notion of alien craft being attributed is 20th century invention. Sad really, when there's the very real and yet still mysterious Hessdalen Lights phenomenon being observed in that general region of the world.

Well, no not really, the accounts are v detailed, the most famous Hanns Glaser talks about what was seen in detail. Its a ufo incident for sure. Accounts and drawings. The ufo's seen from multiple angles, the story witnessed by hundreds of people. No BS about 'sightings increased after the film ET', no influence from.Roswell, no man made flying craft of the time, no weather balloons. Witnessed over an extended time frame. Descriptions of lasers, ships in the sky, battles... it's alien ufo or a longstanding advanced tech here on Earth, some 460 years ago. 

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29 minutes ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

Well, no not really, the accounts are v detailed, the most famous Hanns Glaser talks about what was seen in detail. Its a ufo incident for sure. Accounts and drawings. The ufo's seen from multiple angles, the story witnessed by hundreds of people. No BS about 'sightings increased after the film ET', no influence from.Roswell, no man made flying craft of the time, no weather balloons. Witnessed over an extended time frame. Descriptions of lasers, ships in the sky, battles... it's alien ufo or a longstanding advanced tech here on Earth, some 460 years ago. 

I started a thread about it if you wanna join in.. instead of derailing this one?

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