Do you believe in the concept of the UFO's?

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  1. saanj H profile image72
    saanj Hposted 8 years ago

    Do you believe in the concept of the UFO's?

  2. n.pady profile image56
    n.padyposted 8 years ago

    interesting.....y  not? its a nice concept, builds on our creativity. when there can be water on other planets, y can't we see a UFO(i have never seen one though)

  3. profile image0
    blake4dposted 8 years ago

    Undeniably Fantastic Orgasms....oh wait you mean Unidentified Flying Objects. I always get those two mixed up. So my answer is Yes, and Yes.

  4. shailudhakad profile image59
    shailudhakadposted 8 years ago

    I have not seen them but off course i believe , as it is the fact that there are thousands of galaxies existing in the universe(may be millions).And as from earth our scientists go to explore the space likewise some aliens may come to visit earth and the life existing here.
    The problem is of fearing to face each other because, it may be dangerous for us as well as for them also as intentions of their visit is not clear.

  5. maria.rose profile image38
    maria.roseposted 8 years ago

    Definitely I guess I do believe in UFO's and the potential for intelligent extra-terrestrial life.

  6. fundguru profile image61
    fundguruposted 8 years ago

    I see it like the military. An UFO is unkonw flying object, but when the military knows what it is e.g. a spaceship from another species, then it is no unknown flying object anymore.

    And I am very sure that the military and the governments know pretty well nearly all flyiing objects. Hence there are not many UFO┬┤s left, because most of them are known.

  7. peterxdunn profile image61
    peterxdunnposted 8 years ago

    UFO's are not a concept. They are a concrete reality. The empirical evidence for there existence is mounting all the time.

    Witnesses now include astronauts, civil and military pilots, civil and military radar operators, soldiers and seamen of all ranks, policemen, innumerable lay people (throughout the entire history of the human race) along with most of the citizens of Pheonix Arizona and Christopher Columbus - to name but a few.

    Try googling, 'the disclosure project'.

    Most scientists now accept that there is life elsewhere in the Cosmos. They do not, however, believe in UFO's because they haven't got a model of physics that would allow the entities that operate flying saucers, triangles etc - to visit us here. Ergo - if Ufo's are, indeed, real - then everything they think they know might well be proven wrong.

    If anyone is interested in reading a theory/model of physics that DOES allow for interstellar travel then follow this link: … Everything

    Keep watching the skies.

  8. ptosis profile image68
    ptosisposted 8 years ago

    I agree  with what peterxdunn says, becuase UFO's make 'immpossible' 90 degree turns, I believe that they are not from outer space - but other space, able to travel unbound from the confines of 3-d spac

    Real hard to imagine a 4-d  space, so imagine a 3-d sphere passing through a 2-d plane of reality.  Reading  or watching "Flatland" is a story about this.

    The sphere would appear as a small dot appearing out fo 'nowhere'. the circle getting bigger and bigger then smaller and smaller and then be a dot again beofre winking out of 'existance'.

    I think UFO are time-traveling tourists from the future and we - those crazy humans is the zoo!

  9. Freethinker79 profile image59
    Freethinker79posted 8 years ago

    Oh yes. There are hundreds of sitings a year. All of them cant be explained by swamp gas and hoaxes. Plus if you factor in that there are hundreds upon hundreds of planets discovered and undiscovered. I cant help but believe.


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