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Nederbörd

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#51 14 years ago
The American WayNot as much of an insult as a question to get a feel for what kind of faith you have in your own beliefs. It is ignorant to say, "I still believe what I said" when one gives you a compelling idea that you should at least think about. We would still be "sailing off the edge of the Earth" if we didn't consider new ideas.

Ok I must have missunderstood, I'm so sorry. Yes you are right. Actually I've thought about this subject all day long. And that kinda makes you wonder. But if there never where any Nazi saucers or UFO:s I wonder why the americans started Operation Paperclip. Or why they sent a large fleet to Antarctica.




Gocad

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#52 14 years ago
NederbördOr why they sent a large fleet to Antarctica.

To fight strange Aliens in a weird pyramid-like building? No?

Awwww.

I for once believe that series like the X-Files were actually some sort of secret (of course!) government project to ridicule all this alien & conspiracy talk. As far as I'm concerned they were successful.

Besides, why are there no reports of "ufos" or strange sightings before mid-1945? (unless you count in what happend in Siberia in 1908)

Bottom line, maybe there is something out there...but the Internet is probably the last place to find it.




Nederbörd

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#53 14 years ago
GocadTo fight strange Aliens in a weird pyramid-like building? No?

Hehe no. :rolleyes: I'm not talking about AvP The Movie. I'm talking about this http://www.violations.org.uk/. However I do not know if I can trust it for full. Nah, I can't.




D-Fens

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#54 14 years ago

The mission to Antarctica was called Operation Highjump. Officially it was an excersize in extreme conditions. http://www.south-pole.com/p0000150.htm




Starfighter

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#55 14 years ago
GocadTo fight strange Aliens in a weird pyramid-like building? No? Awwww. I for once believe that series like the X-Files were actually some sort of secret (of course!) government project to ridicule all this alien & conspiracy talk. As far as I'm concerned they were successful. Besides, why are there no reports of "ufos" or strange sightings before mid-1945? (unless you count in what happend in Siberia in 1908) Bottom line, maybe there is something out there...but the Internet is probably the last place to find it.

UMMMMMMMMM............... UFOs have been reported throughout history I saw a thing on the history chanel about it, UFOs were even seen by the Egyptions, and their are markings on the walls to prove it. I'm not saying they are real but please reaserch before you make clames about things you don't know sheesh is it so hard? On the other hand I do beleave in aliens but I think they would be no farther along than we are right now, so it's not like we will run into a advance rase bent on killing all life, thats only in sci-fi movies and such as it would be boring if all they did was meet then make pease.




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#56 14 years ago

just a question, where would this scauser be located on the map?:confused:




emonkies

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#57 14 years ago

As for UFO's before 1945 look up Foo Fighters (not the band).




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#58 14 years ago
Gocad Besides, why are there no reports of "ufos" or strange sightings before mid-1945? (unless you count in what happend in Siberia in 1908)

TIME OUT. As far back as 1898 a superfast object was described as shooting through the sky over San Francisco bay. It couldn't have been a zeppelin because it was going superfast. If you look for connections, you will find them, but most of them turn out to be a buncha hooey.




imoody

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#59 14 years ago

I've got a few things to reply to here... ok... The japanese did have a helicopter aircraft carrier with helicopters armed with depth charges. The carrier was sunk (by an american submarine, i believe, ironically enough) before it could be used in action. The Germans weren't necessarily more adept at technical matters than the allied powers were - they merely had the drive to create new and different weapons at a more radical pace. They were the first out with jet propelled fighters because Germany was searching for a way to win a war which seemed to be pushing Germany into ever more dire straits. Aircraft such as the Hs 293, Me 262, Me 163 and the Ho IX pushed technological extremes at the time. They did, however, cancel their fair share of hopeful projects merely because they thought the aircraft looked funny, as in the BV 141. (an asymmetrical scout plane, with the powerplant and cockpit/scouting platform on separate spars) http://www.airventure.de/historypics/bv_141.jpg Remember that just because some airplane or other was the best at the time does not mean that is the best possible given period technology. (I know I'm getting off-topic, but...) I mean, the Ho IX was by all accounts an excellent aircraft, but as far as I know neither the Russians nor the Americans seriously looked into creating a flying wing fighter. The problems the Americans had with the XB-35, XB-49 and the B-2 bomber were not inherant in the design of a flying wing, they were inherant in the sheer size of the designs. What I'm trying to say is that the Germans may indeed have developed saucer shaped experimental designs, but the Americans or Russians thought them too radical or simply not workable. Don't flame me for making this so long.




Karst

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#60 14 years ago

Is there life out there? Chances are there is. Thre are many many planets that couldn't possibly support life, and yet there are still enough that could. However, these life forms would be little more than single-celled bacteria and the like, the chance that there is complicated or even sentient life is increadibly small. The conditions have to be absolutely perfect, and that's really a rare situation, much rarer than most people think.