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#1 8 years ago

This is the real deal, folks.

These US RETIRED EX-MILITARY officials are lucid, coherent, and just awesome. They talk about how UFO's shut down nukes at various Airforce bases in the US and around the world as well.

They even say that they really believe that they are either "Extra-dimensional" or "Extraterrestrial" (quote).

If you have time, watch them all, or just watch a few. It gets juicy at around the 3rd or fourth one (but they're all good).

I couldn't believe the shit I was seeing - especially with a CNN logo in the video. Watch this shit! luxhello.gifYouTube - News!!! Press Conference on UFO/Nukes Disclosure Sep 27 2010 (full Video) Part 1

YouTube - News!!! Press Conference on UFO/Nukes Disclosure Sep 27 2010 (full Video) Part 2

YouTube - News!!! Press Conference on UFO/Nukes Disclosure Sep 27 2010 (full Video) Part 3

YouTube - News!!! Press Conference on UFO/Nukes Disclosure Sep 27 2010 (full Video) Part 4

YouTube - News!!! Press Conference on UFO/Nukes Disclosure Sep 27 2010 (full Video) Part 5

YouTube - News!!! Press Conference on UFO/Nukes Disclosure Sep 27 2010 (full Video) Part 6

YouTube - News!!! Press Conference on UFO/Nukes Disclosure Sep 27 2010 (full Video) Part 7 Final




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#2 8 years ago

I'm really happy that they're finally going to speak about these things. UFOs are generally a difficult topic to talk about and with Military officials speaking about their encounters is enlightening. I actually had seen a TV with an ex-AF photographer encountering such phenomena, however he was to keep it secret, he was threatened, and taken out of records of being even a photographer for them. Sounds fake, but he had proof. Old pictures of him, his equipment, and the UFO are what he presented. Anyways I'm glad you brought this up. Should make for some interesting discussion. There is even an article at Wired.com with the same story being told.




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#3 8 years ago

Interesting, but if, at the height of the cold war, an object hovered over a nuclear silo in the US and was tracked by radar then why didn't they try to shoot it down?




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#4 8 years ago
MrFancypants;5402543Interesting, but if, at the height of the cold war, an object hovered over a nuclear silo in the US and was tracked by radar then why didn't they try to shoot it down?

Because it disabled the nukes below?




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#5 8 years ago

Touche.


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#6 8 years ago
NiteStryker;5402803Because it disabled the nukes below?

That seems like more of a reason for shooting them down than anything else.




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#7 8 years ago
MrFancypants;5402806That seems like more of a reason for shooting them down than anything else.

Let me rephrase...

What would you shoot it down with? It just disabled our nuclear missiles. Im pretty sure a stinger missile would be rather ineffective.




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#8 8 years ago

There have been cases of aircraft chasing these craft only to find out that they are capable of hypersonic speeds and hypermaneuverability. No way in heck are you going to shoot something down with a Mach 3 missile while you're target is moving Mach 7+. Or guns for that matter. You'd have a better chance with that even though bullets are slower. One thing I have heard is that some have been shot down, however the proof is lacking. Crashes are more common than shootdowns.




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#9 8 years ago

NiteStryker;5402810Let me rephrase...

What would you shoot it down with? It just disabled our nuclear missiles. Im pretty sure a stinger missile would be rather ineffective.[/QUOTE] This doesn't explain why they didn't try to shoot it down. A defective stinger missile still would have been noticed. And rifles probably work regardless of alien energy beams.

Besides, the video doesn't mention anything about defective anti-aircraft missiles. It barely even explains which of the nuclear missiles were disabled and by what.

[QUOTE=Raptor_101;5402820]There have been cases of aircraft chasing these craft only to find out that they are capable of hypersonic speeds and hypermaneuverability. No way in heck are you going to shoot something down with a Mach 3 missile while you're target is moving Mach 7+. Or guns for that matter. You'd have a better chance with that even though bullets are slower. One thing I have heard is that some have been shot down, however the proof is lacking. Crashes are more common than shootdowns.

If it is hovering (and all of those objects described in this video were hovering at some point) there shouldn't be a problem hitting it. But regardless of how likely it is that they hit them - the question was why they didn't try to shoot them down.




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#10 8 years ago

In the 1960's all we had were Redeye MANPAD's which had a less than stellar success record. The Redeye became operational in 1968.

If a UFO could shut down a nuke or in some cases activate it why would we expect it to not deactivate a SAM?

There are reports the Russians had experiences with UFO's deactivating and activating nukes also. In one case the launch codes were entered without the Russian operators having entered the codes.