The UFO Iconoclast(s)

Saturday, November 25, 2006

Proof of UFO extinction?

ufo63.jpg

Look at this video from a 1963 film of a true UFO in the skies over Colorado:

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=1475969524

This UFO was spotted forty-three years ago. Since that time, even with all the cameras (video, still, digital) extant, no other UFO – flying disk or flying saucers aside – has been captured that has the same specificity as the one you just viewed.

Yes, there have been images captured (some hoaxed) that look like balloons wafting in the wind, or amorphous lights, but nothing as unique as the UFO pictured here.

Why not? Because UFOs, for all practical purposes, are extinct, or gone into hiding, like God.

UFOs are still around, but not authentic UFOs; just those that are the remnants of the quantum imagination, which we’ll discuss upcoming, along with our view about flying saucers, which do exist, and can be readily explained

4 Comments:

  • Your obituary is premature.

    Below is a link to short clip of NASA video that was shot from a shuttle flying hundreds of miles out in space. Allow me to add that this tape is longer, more detailed, and of much better quality than the 43-year-old film in your blog. It also comes from a known, and therefore less impeachable source.

    http://m90.org/index.php?id=15094

    In less than a minute the video clearly shows no fewer than three UFOs, identical to those depicted in the film you link, flying rapidly above the earth's atmosphere. The camera operator zooms in on one of these orbs momentarily, obviously as surprised as you will be when you watch the footage. One can also see several streaks that evidence three or more similar UFOs which are obscured by the cloud layer.

    NASA has many more such clips showing similar objects, and many of these taped encounters include somewhat puzzled dialogue between ground crews and astronauts as they try to make sense of what they're seeing. You can find some of them on the internet with a little effort.

    My father is a Pulitzer Prize-nominated former White House Press Corps photographer; I am a rational and educated law student and published researcher in psychophysiology. Both UFO skeptics, and occasional scoffers at those who claim to have seen them, we two witnessed an object that appeared and moved exactly like those in the NASA video and the 1963 film, from my father's front porch just last summer. The thing moved too rapidly for either of us to grab one of the many cameras that are always loaded and ready just inside my father's house.

    If these things are all "just remnants of the quantum imagination," as you declare (and I don't deny that many UFOs are), I declare that by that logic, NASA cameras must have imaginations too.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Saturday, November 25, 2006  

  • Sure they all must be over here in scotland take a look around.

    http://lsufos.com

    By Blogger John Gillies, at Sunday, November 26, 2006  

  • I totally agreed with spalmer5 comments. It is too premature to rule out UFO phenomenal on extinction cause. What interests me on UFOs are eye witness accounts by professionals, scientific minded, sound and rational people. Thus lending much more credibility and thrust worthiness.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Monday, November 27, 2006  

  • You wrote: 'Since that time, even with all the cameras (video, still, digital) extant, no other UFO – flying disk or flying saucers aside – has been captured that has the same specificity as the one you just viewed.'

    My God man, where do you find the time to review each and every video taken on the planet? I'm amazed that you have the time to anything else at all! You may need to look in the mirror when criticizing others. Your unfounded, illogical, grandiose, and unprovable claim obviously marks you a Ufologist!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Friday, December 22, 2006  

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