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Obama's UFO Disclosure Agenda.....

Discussion in 'Political Rants' started by RobWin, Dec 3, 2008.

    Dec 3, 2008
  1. RobWin

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    Obama's UFO Disclosure Agenda is starting to become clear now to many in the know within the UFO disclosure community and now with the appointment of John Podesta as the Transition Team Co-Chairman to President Obama many are believing now that if not total full disclosure then somewhat partial disclosure of the UFO Agenda will happen sometime next year in the Obama White House.

    The UK has recently declassified and released what was previously classified government UFO documentation that dates back 50 years and now France, Germany, China and the UK are all recently putting more and more pressure on Washington to make an announcement early in Obama's presidency regarding full UFO Disclosure, before they come out and make it themselves...

    John Podesta is a known UFO Disclosure Advocate and has been for most of his life in politics.....This is shaping up to what appears to be an interesting first year for Obama !

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  2. Dec 3, 2008
  3. anniemac

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    Unidentified Flying Objects?

    And this has bearing on our crappy economy because? Are they going to see if a little green man will bail out the auto industry? :D
     
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  5. RobWin

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    Nothing whatsoever to do with the economy but it would definitely be a world wide news event...that's for damn sure !! ;)

    The ramifications that this announcement could cause too may be somewhat significant as seeing how the worlds religions and beliefs would definitely come into play here.
     
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  7. anniemac

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    Rob,

    You are preaching to the choir here. I am a believer (call me crazy) but I've seen things with my own eyes that defy current explanations.

    You are correct. It would be a global shakeup if one government would man up to what they know. I, for one, would be greatly interested.
     
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  9. 1819

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    it used to be that you could not believe anything you heard. with current technology, you now cant believe anything you see. if a ufo landed, on the white house lawn, with thousands of witness', and a dozen news cameras, you still would never know if it was real or not. damn cgi....
     
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  11. Casinomeister

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    UFO = Unidentified Flying Object. It has nothing to do with aliens from outer space. These are only unidentified things in the air.

    If these are supposedly from space, then the question is where are they coming from? Our planet is considered by many scientists a "rare earth". There are not many stars in our galaxy that consist of the metals that can produce terrestrial planets like our own. Extra-planets are mostly "hot jupiters' that no way can support animal life.

    And there are a myriad of other things that only allow animal life to flourish - plate tectonics, seasons, a large moon that can produce a tide effect, and being in a "habitable zone" just to name a few.

    Read the Rare Earth hypothesis You must register/login in order to see the link. and the Fermi paradox You must register/login in order to see the link. (both excellent books by the way) and you'll find yourself to be extremely skeptical towards aliens from outer space.

    Personally I believe that the "UFOs" (that are legit sightings) are simply time machines from our distant future. That's why they are so evasive. :D
     
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  12. Dec 4, 2008
  13. 1819

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    rare earth theory? i dont buy it. trillions upon trillions of stars(suns) in the universe. countless planets. it would be vain of us to think we are the only ones. as far as ufo's being from other worlds? dont really care to guess. i would think most, if not all, are our own or maybe sent from sc-fi casino to spam us to death.
     
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  15. Casinomeister

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    Have you read the theory - or actually the book (much more detailed)? It has nothing to do with vanity - it has to do with scientific observations, facts, and phenomena. Just because there is an infinite amount of planets doesn't mean that complex animal live has appeared anywhere else. And if so, the distances between our planets may be scores of thousands of light years.

    Read it, and think about it. You'll come to appreciate life, plants, and animals here much more. :D
     
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  17. 1819

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    i read something about this about 10 years ago. i'm pretty sure it was the same thing. i may be mistaken. astronomy is a minor hobby of mine. the distance between objects obviously makes it difficult to believe we have been visited. personally i dont believe we have been but i also believe we are incapable of comprehending the universe. a civilization a few hundred thousand years ahead of us would, of course, have technology that we could not imagine therefore making the journey possible. i always try to keep in mind that everything we believe is based on theory and our understanding of our science. there is always the possibility we are spot on or we might not even be close. we just might not be as smart as we think.:)
     
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  19. Casinomeister

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    I would recommend reading this excellent book - you can find it at Amazon.com or in the Meister Mall :D.
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    "If the Universe Is Teeming with Aliens... Where Is Everybody? Fifty Solutions to Fermi's Paradox and the Problem of Extraterrestrial Life"
    By Stephen Webb

    It explains the Fermi Paradox pretty well.
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    thanx. i will. i have done some reading on the fermi paradox. just papers. i have not read that book though. i like the title. "where is everybody?" hell if you were outside looking in would you come here? lol. i wont even go to mexico anymore........:)
     
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  23. RobWin

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    Two very creditable videos here...

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  24. Dec 12, 2008
  25. RobWin

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    Sweet find in search for alien life.....

    Sweet find in search for alien life

    Sugar found in a swirl of gas and dust around a collection of stars

    By Jeanna Bryner

    updated 2:50 p.m. ET, Tues., Dec. 9, 2008

    A sugar molecule that's linked to the origin of life has been detected in a region of our galaxy where habitable planets could exist. The sweet find is good news in the search for alien life, the researchers say.

    Called glycolaldehyde, the sugar molecule is considered a life ingredient because it can react with a substance called propenal to form ribose, a central constituent of ribonucleic acid (RNA), which is similar to DNA and considered one of the central molecules in the origin of life.

    An international team of scientists used the IRAM radio telescope in France to detect glycolaldehyde in a massive star-forming region of space, some 26,000 light-years from Earth. (One light-year is the distance light will travel in a year, or about 6 trillion miles, or 10 trillion km.)

    They looked for the emission of certain wavelengths within the radio part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Molecules each emit a distinctive band of radio wavelengths, which can be used as a fingerprint for the molecules.

    "This is an important discovery as it is the first time glycolaldehyde, a basic sugar, has been detected towards a star-forming region where planets that could potentially harbor life may exist," said researcher Serena Viti of the University College London.

    Previously, the organic sugar had been detected toward the center of our galaxy, where conditions are extreme and not conducive to planet-forming compared with the rest of the galaxy.

    The new discovery, which will be detailed in a forthcoming issue of Astrophysical Journal Letters, was in an area distant from the galactic center. In addition, the sugar was found in a swirl of gas and dust around a collection of stars. "Possibly, this material is actually rotating around the stars, which may imply that it's a disk and that's where planets may form," Viti told SPACE.com.

    She added, "Also the fact that it's just a normal star-forming region suggests that the production of this molecule could be common throughout the galaxy."

    The detection of one life ingredient also improves the chances that the molecule exists alongside other molecules essential to life and in regions where Earth-like planets may exist, she said.

    "The fact that a basic sugar so directly linked to RNA is common makes you think the basic ingredients for life are out there," Viti said. "They're not just on Earth."

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  27. RobWin

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    UK MASS DISCLOSURE hosted by Larry King

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  29. RobWin

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    Even biggydman has predicted this...:D

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