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The UFO Phenomenon

Did Buzz Aldrin see a UFO near the moon ?

January 7, 2010 | Comment icon 113 comments



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A Bolivian Journalist has claimed that Buzz Aldrin told him the Apollo 11 astronauts were followed by a UFO on their trip to the moon.
Journalist Eduardo Ascarrunz has said that Aldrin confided in him this information on a trip to Bolivia. It is thought that his purpose for visiting the country was due to a light he saw from space that he believes originated from the Salar De Uyuni lithium mines and that he had meetings with Andean tribal men about their ancient traditions and beliefs in extraterrestrial life.
A Bolivian Journalist, Mr Eduardo Ascarrunz, has claimed that Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on moon, confided in him that a UFO followed the astronauts on the Apollo XI mission.


Source: All News Web | Comments (113)


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Comment icon #104 Posted by RachWarwick 12 years ago
There's every chance aliens exist, and there's every chance they are here now, and there's every chance they have built every anomalous structure detected in the solar system. Things that look like buildings on mars, might well be buildings. No other deceptive or long winded pompous-assed pseudo-scientific explanation needed, thanks. Why doesn't a proper space agency like the ESA grow some cojones and say publically... "Dr. Neukum has found something that looks like a giant statue of the head of an elf-like alien in his image Coloredmap.jpg, but please make up your own minds".
Comment icon #105 Posted by badeskov 12 years ago
... Why doesn't a proper space agency like the ESA grow some cojones and say publically... "Dr. Neukum has found something that looks like a giant statue of the head of an elf-like alien in his image Coloredmap.jpg, but please make up your own minds". Why should they?. Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #106 Posted by RachWarwick 12 years ago
Why should they?. Cheers, Badeskov Well true, some people might say that academic's are spineless people that are easily manipulated by government. Perhaps they enjoy the eunuch life. Growing cojones may not have any benefit as the closest they get to needing courage is playing WoW every night in cyberspace...some might say Bottoms up Rach
Comment icon #107 Posted by badeskov 12 years ago
Well true, some people might say that academic's are spineless people that are easily manipulated by government. Perhaps they enjoy the eunuch life. Growing cojones may not have any benefit as the closest they get to needing courage is playing WoW every night in cyberspace...some might say It has nothing to do with being spineless, actually, rather the opposite. Most prominent scientists have brass cojones and will certainly not let any Government dictate anything that would question the integrity of their research. Additionally, it is most certainly not the job of scientists to run around gue... [More]
Comment icon #108 Posted by RachWarwick 12 years ago
It has nothing to do with being spineless, actually, rather the opposite. Most prominent scientists have brass cojones and will certainly not let any Government dictate anything that would question the integrity of their research. Additionally, it is most certainly not the job of scientists to run around guessing without data to back them up, nor is it their job to ask others to run around guessing. People will do that anyways (examples are more than plentyful, sadly). It is the job of scientist to convey the data they know, not engage in wild speculation. And, frankly, we know what happens wh... [More]
Comment icon #109 Posted by badeskov 12 years ago
It will be dark and runny, but it wont be ale. Cheers Rach So I take it you disagree with my assessment of what scientists should and should not do. Is that correct? If so, maybe you could elaborate a bit on that? Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #110 Posted by MID 12 years ago
There's every chance aliens exist, and there's every chance they are here now, and there's every chance they have built every anomalous structure detected in the solar system. ...I am supposing that some words simply fall on deaf ears here... Things that look like buildings on mars, might well be buildings. No other deceptive or long winded pompous-assed pseudo-scientific explanation needed, thanks. And the deception involved in a proper scientific explanation, clearly outlining the most likely scenario lies where? I can answer that... The "deception" lies in the mind of the one who can't unde... [More]
Comment icon #111 Posted by MID 12 years ago
Well true, some people might say that academic's are spineless people that are easily manipulated by government. Perhaps they enjoy the eunuch life. Growing cojones may not have any benefit as the closest they get to needing courage is playing WoW every night in cyberspace...some might say Bottoms up Rach Some might say...sure. In fact, many these days do. But they simply don't understand that the vast majority of scientists are neither employed by the government, nor are they controlled by government in the slightest. Actual scientific discovery is distributed rapidly, and without the governm... [More]
Comment icon #112 Posted by the_UNKNOWN_DEAD 12 years ago
Things that look like buildings on mars, might well be buildings. No other deceptive or long winded pompous-assed pseudo-scientific explanation needed, thanks. So we must all fall into step with Hoagland style nonsense about artificiality, because actual evidence indicating lack of artificiality will be ignored? ...and just who are the "sheeple"??
Comment icon #113 Posted by HerNibs 12 years ago
So we must all fall into step with Hoagland style nonsense about artificiality, because actual evidence indicating lack of artificiality will be ignored? ...and just who are the "sheeple"?? Nibs


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