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Worth a look for the laugh!

  1. Jun 1, 2003 #1

    Ivan Seeking

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    Lordy lordy lordy...
    The Coming of Tan
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  3. Jun 3, 2003 #2
    the spooky thing is that there are people who actually believe this!
  4. Jun 3, 2003 #3

    Ivan Seeking

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    And they vote!
  5. Jun 6, 2003 #4


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    From the above link:

    Now, with a claim such as this, it should be fairly simple to prove/disprove.

    Aren't there Hubble photos availible of the solar system and planets? Surely there is a photo that would reveal an alien mothership.

    Instead of making me laugh, it makes me scared to see people are replacing there ancient silly beliefs with brand new ones.
  6. Jun 7, 2003 #5


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    megashawn: You forgot that as we all know, the hubble telescope is an evil alien spaceship in disguise, and the pictures we get from it are false information from Them.

    Buy aluminium foil hats today!
  7. Jun 9, 2003 #6


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    There are countless photos of the solar system (although the Hubble is more geared toward "deep space" outside of the solar system).

    A "mothership" at that distance would have to be pretty big (offhand, I'd say at least 1 kilometer)...or emitting a lot of light...in order to be visible to our telescopes from Earth.

    Anyway, that image of a white dot moving by Saturn is laughable as evidence for an alien ship. Could be a moon. Could be something he drew on his computer. I'm not interested enough in that Riley guy to find out.
  8. Jul 12, 2003 #7
    that two timeing alien he siad he was a glocktoniean...

    I read the top post and the way the person had such emotion as a book told her that we screwed are selves so badly is really quite sad...i mean i could have told her that.

  9. Aug 1, 2003 #8
    Did any of you notice that while Saturn jumps about wildly in the video, the 'illuminated object' doesn't move relative to the dots put in the camera's view for coordinates? That proves that the object was put there afterwards and Saturn made to move (poorly done) to make it look like the object was orbiting. The only way for that object to have really been there is for the satellite to move itself or its camera specifically to track that object. I applaud this man for taking these idiot's money. idiot+money=oxymoron
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