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UFO ... No

Updated on September 20, 2012


No, never saw one ....

psssss, over here by my PC ........been seeing allot of them on Youtube lately. And ... I have given the matter much, much thought, and, get this, Oh, who's that? OK, nevermind, even without visual, eyeball to 'eye ball,' eye ball to spaceship, proof, and, after speculation, and long before Youtube, I've become comfortable with the idea. Yes, comfortable. At Least as comfortable as I can get, until I actually have a close encounter.

Most of what I saw on the You-Toob was a bit blurry, making their premise out of focus and vague for those of the mass public, like myself, who have a heck of a time getting past the ‘science fiction mode,’ in this situation. We can’t fully grasp it, and when the time came; our hand would no doubt reach for the TV remote, in the woods, to either try to change the channel, or just turn it off entirely. But most, I can truly understand, would turn, hold their pants, and flee for their lives with enough adrenaline in them to power an army.

UFO/Aliens R' Us ~ BLoG

UFO in Cornwall, UK

Roswell News Clipping

To the few, the proud, and the brave ....

.... my hat goes off to you. And happy, down deep, that you were singled out from the masses of disbelief. Now you poor folks have to carry it, and convince your loved ones you haven’t blown a fuse. And to those fewer still who had the “eyeball to ‘eyeball’ experience, might as well hang it up with the convincing techniques. I figure, if they can’t see the fear that washed your face white, not to mention soiling your pants, it would be better just to deny it altogether. Or tell them you were smoken somethin or bumped your head, or hell .... both!

For me, I would have no qualms with them, or rather ‘Them,’ if they want to land in my back yard instead of the President's. The reception would be allot more hospitable, I'll give them that. And if it was in the morning, I could call in sick, the space dudes 'opportunity' would certainly out-weigh my day job. As long as they don’t bother the farmers cows back there. Don’t hurt them, thats where I get my milk. But they are welcome to do a few crop-circles back there if they like. Never saw those first hand either, but anybody who creates them in a single night certainly has my attention, however. And my attention, talking of which, will be as undivided as it’s ever been in my life; if, or maybe I should say 'when,' that day arrives. The day that will change all days for all time. (or they could have been here already)

do aliens TWITTER ?

Photo analysis; documentaries; new claims

UFO researcher David Rudiak, and others before him, claimed that a Telegram which appears in one of the 1947 photos of balloon debris in Ramey's office contains text that confirms that bodies and a "disc" were recovered. Rudiak and some other examiners claim that when enlarged, the text on the paper General Ramey is holding in his hand includes key phrases "the victims of the wreck" and "in/on the 'disc'" plus other phrases seemingly in the context of a crashed vehicle recovery.However, pro-UFO interpretations of this document are disputed by independent photoanalyses (facilitated by researcher James Houran, Ph.D.) that show the letters and words are indistinct.

"If it's true that our species is alone in the universe, then I'd have to say the universe aimed rather low and settled for very little." -George Carlin

"UFO?, no, it's a Weather Balloon" ....snicker.

On the other hand, or possibly I should say plate ....

 .... as in “pass me the chicken ‘divan,” what if they arn’t friendly? And suddenly us humans arn’t at the top of the food chain any longer. The once great hunter of old just became the hunted of the new world order. Wonder if that would be reason to call an emergency press conference at the white house? I know that would be good reason not to go to work that day, and I wouldn't even have to call in. There wouldn't be an answer anyway. No one in their right mind would go to work after reaching that fateful conclusion, and the one's that do go deserve to be food. Because that's the morning, whether we decide to except it or not, that we all start our new job. The unemployment rate would plummet in this horrific case. Our new job, no, our new 'career' would be a better word. It would certainly be more meaningful than we could ever imagine. We'd be our own boss with this unique opportunity. There would be no selling, no products and no inventory. Yes, we'd be self employed. As self employed as we could ever get. Like when we used to live in a cave, and it wasn't from nine to five either, my fellow homo-sapien. We clocked-in for this days work when our eyes opened; that is, if they opened for us that day. Like then, our new job would occupy us constantly; just think, we'd be in charge of saving our own pork-chops, again.

But seriously I don't think so

.... finding and getting to our speck of dust in the endless space of galaxies takes too much smarts. They are too intelligent to merely eat us, I think. If they wanted to do just that and thought we were so finger licken good, they would have started a long time ago. The way I see it, though, I haven't seen 'it', and I don't call Youtube really seeing 'it', is; is that they have been and continue to be here, but it was the accident in Roswell New Mexico that changed their plans. And it changed ours. If they hadn't had their 'one small step, or accident, for alien kind ...' moment we'd still be lost in 'Neanderthal land'. And ofcourse it was an accident. Of Course they would know what their getting into, or landing into. Of course they would know us, no us inside out, no us better than we do, that's why it was an accident that night. There was no intention to land, goodness no. That would be too dangerous, we're crazy here. That was the accident that changed their lives forever, as well as ours. Left the boogie man out of the bag, as it were.

I know, I know, I can hear you now: "But you don't really know!"

That is true, I didn't know, but for me and my conclusion of the whole matter, what really caused me to think more to the side of them existing beyond the reasonable doubt, than not; is when the government denied it the second time around. That gave me some pause and turned on my head lights.


Air Force reports on the Roswell UFO incident

Main article: Air Force reports on the Roswell UFO incident

In the mid-1990s, the United States Air Force issued two reports which, they said, accounted for the debris found and reported on in 1947, and which also accounted for the later reports of alien recoveries. The reports identified the debris as coming from a top secret government experiment called Project Mogul, which tested the feasibility of detecting Soviet nuclear tests and ballistic missiles with equipment on high-altitude balloons. Accounts of aliens were explained as resulting from misidentified military experiments which used anthropomorphic dummies, accidents involving injured or killed military personnel, and hoaxes perpetrated by various witnesses and UFO proponents.


For me this sealed the envelope. I figure; when a government agency denies something, I become more interested. When it denies it twice, or more if needed, and the reasons are as far fetched as the first time around as they were in 1947; I'm left with little doubt. But hey, what am I to do but fantasize. And as my boss said, "they aint here now. Lets get back to work, dude."

Stephen Hawking

Aliens may exist but contact would hurt humans: Stephen Hawking

Sun Apr 25, 2010 

LONDON (AFP) – Aliens may exist but mankind should avoid contact with them as the consequences could be devastating, British scientist Stephen Hawking warned Sunday.

"If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Columbus landed in America, which didn't turn out well for the Native Americans," said the astrophysicist in a new television series, according to British media reports.

The programmes depict an imagined universe featuring alien life forms in huge spaceships on the hunt for resources after draining their own planet dry.

"Such advanced aliens would perhaps become nomads, looking to conquer and colonise whatever planets they can reach," warned Hawking.

The doomsday scenario is suggested in the series "Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking" on the Discovery Channel, which began airing in the United States on Sunday.

On the probability of alien life existing, he says: "To my mathematical brain, the numbers alone make thinking about aliens perfectly rational.

"The real challenge is to work out what aliens might actually be like."

Glowing squid-like creatures, herds of herbivores that can hang onto a cliff face and bright yellow predators that kill their prey with stinging tails are among the creatures that stalk the scientist's fantastical cosmos.

The Mysterious Life and Death
of Philip Schneider

By Tim Swartz with assistance from Cynthia Drayer

Al Pratt suspected something was wrong with his friend Philip Schneider. For several days in a row, Al had gone to Phil's apartment, in Willsonville, Oregon, saw his car in the parking lot, but received no answer at the door. Finally, on January 17th, 1996, Al Pratt, along with the manager of the Autumn Park Apartments and a detective from the Clackamas County Sheriff's office entered the apartment. Inside, they found the body of Philip Schneider. Apparently he had been dead for five to seven days. The Clackamas County Coroner's office initially attributed Philip Schneider's death to a stroke. However, in the following days disturbing details about his death began to surface, leading some to believe that Philip Schneider had not died from a stroke, but had in fact been murdered.

Philip Schneider's life was certainly as controversial as his death. He was born on April 23, 1947 at Bethesda Navy Hospital. Philip's parents were Oscar and Sally Schneider. Oscar Schneider was a Captain in the United States Navy, worked in nuclear medicine and helped design the first nuclear submarines. Captain Schneider was also part of OPERATION CROSSROADS, which was responsible for the testing of nuclear weapons in the Pacific AT Bikini Island. In a lecture videotaped in May 1996, Philip Schneider claimed that his father, Captain Oscar Schneider, was also involved with the infamous "Philadelphia Experiment." In addition, Philip claimed to be an ex-government structural engineer who was involved in building underground military bases (DUMB) around the country, and to be one of only three people to survive the 1979 incident between the alien Grays and U.S. military forces at the Dulce underground base. Philip Schneider's ex-wife, Cynthia Drayer believes that Philip was murdered because he publicly revealed the truth about the U.S. government's involvement with UFOs.



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    • johnwindbell profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from - the land of beards and buggies

      Hello Pegleg, It isn't stereo but there is audio.

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      7 years ago

      The last video has no audio...


    • johnwindbell profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from - the land of beards and buggies

      Thanks Randy, you are so right. I hope I'm alive to see that glorious day ..... again.

    • Randy Godwin profile image

      Randy Godwin 

      8 years ago from Southern Georgia

      Our sun is relatively young compared to many others in our galaxy. The odds of any other lifeforms being more advanced than us are great. I have to agree with Trooper22, it is arrogant of us to think we would be the most advanced form of life, or the only one!

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      8 years ago from Pennsylvania

      The "Best UFO Caught On Tape" one was from a promo on Sci-Fi. I don't know how many times that video has been debunked, but I remember seeing it myself. People keep trying to pass it off on YouTube as real though...::sigh::

      Really good Hub!

    • trooper22 profile image


      9 years ago from Chicago

      "If one percent of all the stars had planets, and one percent of those planets had life, there would be billions of voices waiting to be heard." It is pure vanity to believe that we are alone. Have they been here? Once again, it's foolish to be believe otherwise, although much of the evidence that I have seen to date does not compel me to believe that "they" could be so easily seen by us. Not to mention if they chose to infiltrate for study, or other reasons, we would have little power to stop them. Any specie capable of overcoming the vastness of space within in a lifespan as we measure it would most certainly be Far beyond our technology.

      Especially so when one considers that our closest neighbor is several light years away. That's 180,000 miles per second times the number years which equates to far far away.


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