The Phoenix lights - Real maybe? 17 replies

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emonkies

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#11 14 years ago

I saw the show where they "debunked" the lights.

According to some witnesses the lights were said to have gone behind the mountain.

Some witnesses said the show had the angles wrong that the lights were higher and to the left, not over behind the mountain.

Some witnesses also said that it appeared military jets tried to intercept the light and when they got close the lights would wink out til the jets passed then the lights would wink back on.

Also people reported seeing a large V shaped object flying overhead that moved silently and seemed to be very low.

I believe that UFO's exist and that they are not necessarily alien spaceships.

I would love to see honest in depth research into the subject.

IMHO on this case there is not enough contrary evidence to give a more plausible theory than the flares. Good video showing otherwise, radar contact records, or something more concrete would be great.

Unfortunately hard evidence is hard to get, and even then its often denied by debunkers.

IMHO hard evidence thats hard to refute is the material sample tasken from the alleged Aurora UFO crash. A 99.975% pure chunk of molten aluminum with a suspension of 5% iron that had none of the other metals often found with iron present is hard to deny as strange.




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#12 14 years ago

Hmmm, so the aliens where clever enough to get all the way to Earth but stupid enough to not align their lights in a reasonable fashion. Thus, I win and you all loose!




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#13 14 years ago
DnC;3593841Hmmm, so the aliens where clever enough to get all the way to Earth but stupid enough to not align their lights in a reasonable fashion. Thus, I win and you all loose!

:rolleyes: Fail.




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#14 14 years ago

Well i do believe there is aliens out there, and i cant wait to shake there hand.




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#15 14 years ago
AegenemmnoN;3594168:rolleyes: Fail.

Jesus Christ me Lordy! You just don't get it do you. Extra-terrestrial life surely exists. The Phoenix Lights just ain't an example of that. You've obviously got the common TFS. Where by a resident of that urban congregation will become connected to it in a greater sense than just physically. And thus in order to preserve it's inimitability to the outer population of said congregation, there must something that creates the town's mystification. The community of Phoenix, AZ clearly have a straight-cut bout of TFS. Since the people that didn't even see the incident (about 95% of the city's population) still think this is not just a mere fallacy. So, lets recapitulate:

  • Flares - 10 Million Candle Power.
  • Falls slowly on parachute and then behind a mountain range.
  • Military realises that they were utterly stupid (that's why you'll never see what looks like the Phoenix Lights again).
  • Influenced by TFS blowing it out of proportion.
  • Finally, I'd like to remind you that I believe 100% in the existence of Extra-Terrestial life.

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Ooo look! Flares! *Runs away*




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#16 14 years ago
People see something they can't understand with current information and they immediately assume its other worldly. I'm not saying aliens won't visit us one day, but being as we've only been here 3 million out of the 3 billions years the Earth has been here and 13 billion years the universe has been here its doubtful we'll be contacted by ET any time soon.

Actually, it is generally estimated that the age of the earth in earth years, is 4.5 to 5 billion years old. Let's reconsider the 3 million years that you claim we have been here. Most sources incorporating scientific studies and thought will state that the time modern humans evolved from some primates is about 150-200 thousand years ago. Then we have the next factor to consider. How long is it fair to say that humans have recorded events? Not nearly as long as they have been around.

I believe that UFO's exist and that they are not necessarily alien spaceships.

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BritannicaAerial object or optical phenomenon not readily explainable to the observer.

But in the future as we continue to puruse technological breakthroughs, we may be able to use that knowledge and apply it to analyzing the plausibility of being visited by extra terrestrials. I think we have a long way to go before making conclusions, don't you all think so?




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#17 14 years ago
DnC;3596684Jesus Christ me Lordy! You just don't get it do you.

Was that a question? Only thing I get is that you missed MY point.

Where was the article you said exsisted rather than the "I WIN YOU ALL LOSE!"?




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#18 14 years ago

I gathered my information from articles from the vision that is tele. But I believe there are a few links on the Phoenix Lights Wikipedia article which illustrates my point in a sort of decent way.




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