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Sop_Monkey
18th Jan 2015, 22:42
Here is just one of hundreds, if not thousands of examples of cover ups.

NASA Cuts Live Video As UFO Appears To Rise Over Earth's Horizon As Seen From Space Station ? Again (http://www.inquisitr.com/1765098/ufo-nasa-video-stream/#yt-entqwfgq714)

In my long career I have seen things shall we say "I shouldn't have seen" on a few occasions.

When you have shuttle astronauts being quoted, "we are not alone" don't you think our respective governments should start telling us some truths, instead of a continuous stream of lies, half truths and cover ups? One doesn't have to look far to put 2 and 2 together.

We are not alone and we're foolish to think we are.

Windy Militant
18th Jan 2015, 22:49
Fair enough Puny Earthlings you've got us bang to rights it's the weekly shuttle taking the guys from Area 51 back to Rigel Four.
And there's no cover up, it's not a UFO as we know exactly what it is.:rolleyes:

funfly
18th Jan 2015, 23:04
If we were told everything that we were not meant to know the result would be thousands of government workers out of work, hundreds of politicians inn jail and no Royal family.

Can't have that can we?

Sop_Monkey
18th Jan 2015, 23:07
Hey Funfly

You most certainly have a good point! :D

con-pilot
18th Jan 2015, 23:11
Fair enough Puny Earthlings you've got us bang to rights it's the weekly shuttle taking the guys from Area 51 back to Rigel Four.

Area 51 is closed now, all operations have been moved to

Windy Militant
18th Jan 2015, 23:21
Area 51 is closed now, all operations have been moved to
Saha Farside Ooops bugger, we'll have to move again now! :ugh:

Seldomfitforpurpose
18th Jan 2015, 23:28
Area 51 is closed now, all operations have been moved to


Tonopah...............very strange place, landed there once and ................

parabellum
18th Jan 2015, 23:34
Just a military satellite perhaps?

rh200
18th Jan 2015, 23:40
Opps, que the x files theme song.


When you have shuttle astronauts being quoted, "we are not alone"

Then que their private emails, where they are p!ssing themselves laughing at the response it gets on the web.

We are not alone and we're foolish to think we are.

Depends on your context, I will be for about another half hour before the next bloke gets in. But seriously, on Earth, maybe maybe not. But in the Universe, most likely correct statistically. With a few hundred billion stars in the Milky way, and most likely same mount of galaxy's in the universe, there would have to be a F#$king small chance of there being no other life.

VH-UFO
19th Jan 2015, 01:37
When some groups of homo sapiens are that backward they believe in not letting women drive cars, when some groups of homo sapiens are that retarded they let children shoot others in the head, when some group of homo sapiens support Manchester United, i dont think the Aliens WANT the greater public to know they are around, officially of course.

onetrack
19th Jan 2015, 01:57
It's just a weather balloon escaping into the troposphere, you silly people with over-active imaginations! :)

BlankBox
19th Jan 2015, 02:35
...when some group of homo sapiens support Manchester United


http://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/8638471264091579kirkrofl.gif

:p :=

Back Pressure
19th Jan 2015, 03:39
If that's what they call an HD camera they got ripped off

11Fan
19th Jan 2015, 04:22
I have no problem them visiting Earth as long as they probe Uranus and not mine.

con-pilot
19th Jan 2015, 04:26
I have no problem them visiting Earth as long as they probe Uranus and not mine.

:D:D:D......................

tartare
19th Jan 2015, 04:32
Quality 11fan - the old gags are always the best :}

MarkerInbound
19th Jan 2015, 04:47
"You want the truth? You can't handle the truth!"

sirwa69
19th Jan 2015, 05:23
Yarp! Weather balloon

ChrisJ800
19th Jan 2015, 06:07
Hasn't NASA already told us there is a giant asteroid coming our way? :ok:

parabellum
19th Jan 2015, 06:17
I thought weather balloons were designed to burst long before they got to that kind of height? Surely space would be littered by thousands of them by now? Or am I missing the joke? :confused:

Hempy
19th Jan 2015, 07:13
Even HIBAL high altitude balloons top out at 120,000ft, most weather balloons don't get to 80,000.

I've never been in space, but whatever it is it does look like it's waaaay higher than 120,000" to me.

david1300
19th Jan 2015, 08:39
So, if you have the truth, just what will you do with it? :confused:

Sop_Monkey
19th Jan 2015, 09:33
parabellum

Roswell was just a weather balloon, so we are told.

tony draper
19th Jan 2015, 09:45
Wonder what would happen if contact with aliens did occur but they landed and in China ignoring the USA?
Hollywood would be devastated.:rolleyes:

CISTRS
19th Jan 2015, 10:37
Wonder what would happen if contact with aliens did occur but they landed and in China ignoring the USA?

Alien w/glutinous rice
Stone grilled scallop w/alien
Thin slices of alien with noodle in soup
Papaya alien salad
Fish head with alien sauce

Pinky the pilot
19th Jan 2015, 10:44
Roswell was just a weather balloon, so we are told.

Sop_Monkey; Oh dear, you've done it now! you have mentioned that.....er... place:eek: which no-one is supposed to mention!:=

Well, the last time I mentioned it a certain con-pilot gave me a telling off!:ouch:

You might get away with it though.:ooh:

CISTRS; Sorry but none of the menu you list really appeals to me. Got anything in a Black bean or Sechuan sauce? Or maybe a sweet and sour?:cool:

Shaggy Sheep Driver
19th Jan 2015, 10:55
Should this UFO thread be merged with the religionist one? :E

cattletruck
19th Jan 2015, 11:13
Strange co-incidence that Pprune's also been acting up lately...

Can the admins please put back the tinfoil hat on the server.

OFSO
19th Jan 2015, 11:31
Sop Monkey: true.

During my working career with the space agency, several items passed over my desk, which subsequently disappeared and on enquiring I was told they had never existed and I must have been imagining things. I valued my monthly pay so agreed I probably had. And after all I had no evidence.

Limeygal
19th Jan 2015, 11:53
The truth is out there

Fox3WheresMyBanana
19th Jan 2015, 12:07
I've been a UFO*!
..and I was dressed in green at the time

*so accused by the Lancashire UFO Society

OFSO
19th Jan 2015, 18:06
By coincidence (but is there really any such thing as "coincidence" ?) CBS has just aired a segment of "Unsolved Mysteries" about the number of times people who give undue publicity to their sightings of UFOs receive a visit from the MIB's. Typically they announce they are from the IRS or a similar authoritarian body and lure the person out of their property so they can search it for anything relating to the claimed sighting, which is then removed.

Suggestion/Poll: go and look out of your streetside house windows Right This Minute. See any cars or vans with blacked-out windows, an unusual number of antennae on the roof, and parked with engines running ? Anyone standing there wearing an Armani suit, black hat and expensive sunglasses ?

Right, I though so.

tony draper
19th Jan 2015, 18:25
Ufonauts tend to be visited by Men In White here..:rolleyes:

con-pilot
19th Jan 2015, 18:32
Roswell was just a weather balloon, so we are told.

Yes, that is exactly what it was.

You will believe that.

It is the truth.

You will believe that.

Or else. :suspect:

racedo
19th Jan 2015, 18:39
Wonder what would happen if contact with aliens did occur but they landed and in China ignoring the USA?
Hollywood would be devastated.:rolleyes:

Immediate Nuclear Strike as they would be deemed harmful to Humans, of course if same landed in California they deemed to be friendly to the US.

Course they would need a big :mad: ship as otherwise they wouldn't stand out as weird in Hollywoodland.

Likely they would appear and put a warning marker a million miles away saying avoid until Planet has evolved.

Fox3WheresMyBanana
19th Jan 2015, 18:46
If aliens landed in:
London, they would be offered tea
Paris, they would be ignored
Ottawa, the Canadians would apologise
New York, they would not be noticed.

I don't fancy their chances in Riyadh; Saucery is still a Capital offence

con-pilot
19th Jan 2015, 19:03
If one has ever been in Venice Beach, California, they would know that aliens have landed and are amongst us as we speak.

SpringHeeledJack
19th Jan 2015, 19:06
I don't fancy their chances in Riyadh; Saucery is still a Capital offence

But is Flying Saucery allowed ? :} Didn't they used to have flying carpets in Arabia back in the day (at least in fables) or was that just a Western projection ?

I too, have seen various things here and there that didn't seem to 'seem right', and the weight of probability is that there are 'others' and that they might well have visited, but if the film in the first post is meant to be proof of anything then I need new glasses :)


SHJ

Fox3WheresMyBanana
19th Jan 2015, 19:10
Or those lines in MiB


Kay: All right, kid, here's the deal. At any given time there are approximately 1500 aliens on the planet, most of them right here in Manhattan. And most of them are decent enough, they're just trying to make a living.
Jay: Cab drivers?
Kay: Not as many as you'd think.

tony draper
19th Jan 2015, 19:20
All the aliens I've ever heard talk in the movies speak with American accents,except THE ALIEN of course,he dont say much, he just sort of hisses and bites lumps out of people.
:rolleyes:

MG23
19th Jan 2015, 20:04
Roswell was just a weather balloon, so we are told.

If I remember correctly, the US government said a few years back that it was a balloon launched to try to collect evidence of Soviet nuclear tests?

Meanwhile, last I looked, there were at least six places where alien spaceships are supposed to have crashed around Roswell. Must have been one heck of a night for drunk spaceship pilots.

G-CPTN
19th Jan 2015, 20:11
There was also 'an event' near a US base in England (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rendlesham_Forest_incident).

Fox3WheresMyBanana
19th Jan 2015, 20:13
Rendlesham Forest. It was the lighthouse. Very similar to aliens; easy mistake to make.

con-pilot
19th Jan 2015, 20:19
My home town is Roswell, New Mexico, we lived on Woodbridge/Bentwaters RAF/USAF Base in England.

I was born in 1947.

So what can I say.

Just like there are 24 beer in a case and there are 24 hours in a day, coincidence?

I think not. :suspect:

OFSO
19th Jan 2015, 20:22
A few years ago a friend of mine who lives in California (yeah, all right, I know, California) was visiting the State Fair and she saw two Air Force officers escorting a male visitor who was way out of limits of the normal physical type, so far grossly deformed facially and what you could see of him elsewhere as you wouldn't believe. She swears to this day it was a 'visiting alien'. She sneaked (snuk ?) a couple of photographs of him and send them to me but (and here's the kicker) the photographs have now COMPLETELY DISAPPEARED. Is that spooky or what ?

And if that isn't enough, note this sausage's behaviour (my kitchen last week) that I managed to photograph levitating out of a bowl of potato salad:

http://i656.photobucket.com/albums/uu287/ROBIN_100/IMAG0580_WEB_zpsd5ee1f21.jpg

A few minutes later it had vanished ! (Possibly not unconnected with pleasant taste on my lips around the same time and a drop in the level of the contents of the Gulden's Mustard bottle).

Windy Militant
19th Jan 2015, 20:28
Wasn't Echo 1 gert big bag of gas in space?
Any way it looks like a bit of fluff or smeg too close to the lens to be in focus properly!

A while ago whilst driving down the M1 into bright sunlight I thought I saw a spot on the lens of my sunglasses, after numerous attempts to remove said spot I realised it was a reflection of the Sun off my eyeball onto the back of the lens. :*
Then back in October I had a bit of a WTF moment when I looked out me mums kitchen window and saw a green patch of light on the lawn. Took me glasses off the light vanished. After a bit of head scratching I went into the dining room to have my tea and toast. while I was sitting there eating, my mum asked me what the green light on my glasses was. After a bit of figuring it was apparent that the low sun was refracting through the double glazing and taking on a green tint which was then reflecting off my glasses.
The green patch on the lawn was my glasses reflecting the refraction back on to the window in a similar fashion to peppers ghost in the theatre.
If I was inclined to attribute this kind of thing to the supernatural and not had watched the how to make a hologram from a CD case the night before on TV I would have been sure it was Eleves or Sprites or Fairies or little green men.
I wouldn't have been able to replicate the conditions to do this for another year and then only if it was a bright clear day.
How many more UFOS and Ghoulies are caused by similar artifacts. ;)

Fox3WheresMyBanana
19th Jan 2015, 20:32
OFSO - living on Spud Isle, I am something of an expert on potato salad. You've clearly overcooked the spuds, and used too much onion. Anything can happen in these circumstances, which is why we advise against it. Levitating sausages is pretty run-of-the-mill, we've had reports of unicorns before.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-vEEpsPr7ySU/AAAAAAAAAAI/AAAAAAAAAHw/DVs_CkinQhA/photo.jpg

hiflymk3
19th Jan 2015, 20:39
If you don't believe in aliens come to Hastings and remove all possible doubt.

Pinky the pilot
20th Jan 2015, 01:24
My home town is Roswell, New Mexico, we lived on Woodbridge/Bentwaters RAF/USAF Base in England.

I was born in 1947.

So what can I say.

Just like there are 24 beer in a case and there are 24 hours in a day, coincidence?

I think not.

con-pilot; I'm starting to wonder.:hmm:

Should we be a little concerned?:uhoh::D;)

onetrack
20th Jan 2015, 07:22
I don't think we are ever going to be told, because even the "experts" don't know what 5% of the "sightings" are!

In the late 1970's I witnessed a massive luminous fluorescent green light (about as big as a house), suddenly appear at around ground level, in a patch of heavily treed native vegetation, about a kilometre to my left quarter, whilst driving through the pretty-empty SE wheatbelt/farmland region of Western Australia, at around 2200HRS.
It was a quiet Sunday night in the country, and the nearest habitation/farmhouses were 2 or more kms away, East and West of the light source (I was very familiar with the area).

That light rose upwards into the sky at a speed that made Space Shuttle launches look like a Trabant doing the standing-start quarter mile.
The fluorescent green light rapidly shrank from house size as it rose vertically above the 20M tree tops, to a pinpoint that disappeared in the distant sky, within about 5 or 6 seconds.

I was alone in my vehicle, but my brother and SIL were travelling about 600-800 metres behind me in another vehicle, and described seeing precisely the same thing.
I have no explanation for what I saw, it defies anything that I know exists on Earth. None of us had anything to drink that night, and we all had 20-20 vision back then.

I have spent many lonely nights in extremely remote places in Australia - often alone - and I have never witnessed anything like that amazing light, before or since.
We shrugged it off, told very few people, and certainly didn't advise any "authorities". I'm a bit of a UFO sceptic, but I cannot explain that light to this day.

Walking Ballast
20th Jan 2015, 07:56
I believe that if we all look closely enough we will see it is swamp gas, reflecting of Jupiter

Solid Rust Twotter
20th Jan 2015, 08:28
living on Spud Isle, I am something of an expert on potato salad. You've clearly overcooked the spuds, and used too much onion.


One also notes the dire lack of mustard, capers and lardons.

4/10. Must do better.:}

FLCH
20th Jan 2015, 13:37
Fish head with alien sauce

http://img1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20081118162020/starwars/images/f/fb/Ackbar_HS.jpg

KenV
20th Jan 2015, 15:24
During my working career with the space agency, several items passed over my desk, which subsequently disappeared and on enquiring I was told they had never existed


Interesting. No copy machines in your space agency office, huh? That is ominous.

dazdaz1
20th Jan 2015, 16:15
I've never told this story of what I observed in 1977 It was my second date with a very attractive young lady (barmaid at my local) we drove out of town for dinner to a countryside restaurant. After a few drinks we were guided to our table.

At the table, one could smell the aroma of roasts meats, bliss! I ordered the soup of the day and my girlfriend selected the prawn cocktail for our starters. Our main course (both of us ordered) was the roast beef with massive Yorkshire pudding and veg of the day, washed down with a very good bottle of red.

We were both still sexually 'switched on' and passed on the sweet course. The bill was a very reasonable 7.56p After leaving the restaurant we decided to find a quiet country lane for a bit of heavy petting. Having found a lay bye I revved the the Stag and turned off the engine.

I was ecstatic, she allowed me to unbutton her blouse (oh boy I thought) eventually her breast were exposed. It was then I noticed a bright light in the night sky, kind of zig zagging. I had my doubts to ask her, has she noticed the light in the sky as I did? Her breathing was heavy, I presumed she might suffer from asthma.

I got out of the car to observe this sky anomaly, after 20 minutes I got back in the car, the lady was a different person, she insisted I take her home. I still wonder to this day was she probed while my attention was to the display in the night sky?

funfly
20th Jan 2015, 16:56
I've just found out that I was born on exactly the same day as my birthday.
How spooky is that?

funfly
20th Jan 2015, 16:59
Once I took out a woman in my car. I am sure she was a witch because when she put her hand on my willie I turned into a lay by.
How cool is that?

beaufort1
20th Jan 2015, 17:33
With the amount of mobile devices around these days with cameras and the number of CCTV's I think they would have had their image captured by now. :hmm:

dazdaz1
20th Jan 2015, 17:38
Henry..."Well, I'm just a dull old engineer. I assumed the image of the Earth had bounced off one of the back lenses forward and then off one of the front lenses back again, to appear as a second image greatly reduced in size"

That's why the powers that be use polarizing filters, they cut out reflection.

Windy Militant
20th Jan 2015, 19:00
Heard recently "And Next on Channel ? We have a programme about strange beings with bulging eyes that speak in a strange incomprehensible language and have skin that glows in the dark, and after the Real Housewives' of Cheshire we have Unexplained UFO Files!"......;)

11Fan
20th Jan 2015, 20:18
Quite frankly, the only proof I need that "intelligent life" exists outside of our galaxy is that they have made every effort not to contact us directly.