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Do you believe ALL reported U.F.O'. sightings 12,500 since 1947 all explainable?

  1. profile image36
    LORD ENKIposted 6 years ago

    Do you believe ALL reported U.F.O'. sightings 12,500 since 1947 all explainable?

    Do you Believe that the 12,500 reported sightings of U.F.O's from 1947-to present are all able to be explained as other than authentic!

  2. zzron profile image56
    zzronposted 6 years ago

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    I believe a UFO is just as the letters indicate, Unidentified Flying Object. If they are unidentified then I do believe that it is true. Once when I was a teenager a couple of friends and myself saw three UFO's. There were three bright red lights flying across the sky at a high rate of speed and they seem to be following each other. They all seem to turn on a dime and continued to follow each other till we couldn't see them anymore. We just thought they were some kind of military jets and maybe they were, but the fact remains that they were definitely Unidentified Flying Objects.

  3. Borsia profile image45
    Borsiaposted 6 years ago

    Explainable... not from the information available.
    Yes, some are quite easy to have a logical explanation and many are just strange phenomena, like light striking ice crystals in the stratosphere.
    But the fact that many aren't readily explainable doesn't lead me to jump to the conclusion that we are being visited by aliens.
    Ask yourself this;
    If you had the power and technology to travel millions of light years through deep space, and you came to an inhabited planet with vast resources, a diverse population of animal and plant life and some animals that seem to posses at least some level of intellect and industry.
    Would you;
    A. land in some remote area and dissect a few farm animals.
    B. Catch some of the creatures and stick things up their butts.
    C. Just buzz them and freak them out.
    D. Go to an apparent population center where the highest level of ingenuity is displayed and make contact. Or at least hang out a while.

    Now I grant you that I might do a-c first, but I’m kind of an ass and have a warped sense of humor. After I had my fun I would still do D before departing.

  4. goego profile image81
    goegoposted 6 years ago

    yup...weather balloons, swamp gas, ball lightning, OK folks next question

  5. Abhaque Supanjang profile image80
    Abhaque Supanjangposted 6 years ago

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    I believe nothing on UFO. All phenomena on UFO are intentionally done to create something like chaos in this world by certain people who are bored to see this world in peace. I never believe in all things dealings with UFO. There are no places out of this planet who are occupied by humankind.

 
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