Discussion in 'Community' started by Darth Guy, Apr 27, 2019.
remember pogs? they're back in alf form!
I thought they were back in Twitch meme form.
He’s back, and gone viral.
Aliens in the U.S. military, started with the Bermuda Triangle.
When? What decade? Are there eyewitness accounts? Did they leave through the Bermuda Triangle? Photos?
The Triangle has a distortion in the earth's magnetosphere which makes photography virtually impossible.
I'm sorry for continuing. Can you elaborate on that further? Let's say there is an account somewhere of aliens coming through the Bermuda Triangle in disc-shaped anti-gravity craft then leaving through the Bermuda Triangle. While on earth they engaged with U.S. military personnel. An account worth investigating would have specific dates. There would be a time frame and specific individuals who are eyewitnesses. These stories are more fascinating when there is more than one person communicating consistent facts. But even then, we still wouldn't believe them or we would chose to ignore them. Or maybe there would be pressure for them to stay quiet.
That would explain some of the guys I used to work with.
@Tython Awakening: You ought to check out some of the UFO lore in regards to Antarctica. I think you would dig it.
Isn't Trump going to upstage Biden's inauguration by revealing his alien friends, or something?
Flying pyramids! The pharaohs are coming back and they're pissed!
Obama: "Let me be clear. I-- uh... have seen the footage, and we don't know who those folks are."
There's a report being released in June that I'm sure will explain everything!
Reminder that there's no documented alien visits because there's no chance in hell Trump would have been able to keep his mouth shut about it.
There's a popular show on History Channel called Unidentified. Somehow, there always seems to be some bombshell pentagon report about UFOs that's going to be released just before a new season of this show starts. And, funny you should mention that show, because it just so happens that the stars of that show and the people behind it are the ones also being interviewed about these pentagon reports whenever they get released.
Most reported UFO sightings are likely experimental aircraft that have no bearing on today's technology and geopolitics, which is why those reports can so easily get released. Another leading theory on these particular US Navy "sightings" is that they were tests on the pilots and personnel on shift those days, where a perceived unknown threat came over their radars and scanners, the exercise was to determine how these pilots and crews would respond to it. And what we're seeing being highlighted are the initial "unidentified" reports that were made, and with conclusive details about it being kept intentionally vague.
Maybe @Sarge can lend some expertise on the possibility of those theories.
And say what you want about History Channel, I don't doubt that producers for their shows at least know some people who can get these irrelevant reports released as viral marketing for their upcoming shows.
Because obviously, if these reports had anything to do with aliens, we wouldn't be hearing about it.
Isn't there a Stargate there?
It's more likely to be shoggoths.
Pretty much. And an underground civilization with advanced technology.
Ahem... Sorry, had something in my throat.
Seriously, light can do funny things, refracting through water droplets invisible to the eye, things like that. Swamp gas, aurora borealis, mirages, as well as the occasional experimental aircraft, are all credible to me.
I guess the secret will be out soon that Trump is a Goa'uld system lord.
I think there's a pretty good case that the Roswell incident was a cover-up of experimental high-altitude surveillance devices that they had intended to deploy over Soviet territory - and to the military's delight, the whole explosion of UFO mythology managed to be a more effective cover story than their lame 'weather balloon'.
If it is the Pentagon testing experimental craft on their own personnel, the technology is still insanely advanced and defies the known laws of physics. The g forces of such maneuvers alone should kill any human pilot.
So it's obviously aliens. My guess is the protomolecule creators from The Expanse.
hey Sarge , did you ever have one of them gremlins on your plane?
I never saw them, but they were there all right, trying to eat the engines and propellers. It's the only reasonable explanation.