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Sunday, April 03, 2011

Where are the UFOs?


For all the concern that UFOs apparently had and have with the Earth's atom bomb testing and nuclear activities, they have remained far from the Japanese nuclear plant disaster.

Not one UFO spotted by anyone during the crisis.

That's strange, is it not?

15 Comments:

  • You ask: Where are the UFOs?

    Perhaps they descended into the sea off Japan and caused the tsunami.

    Nuclear matters? It is, or was, our nuclear weapons the UFO denizens were concerned about, not nuclear power stations.

    I hope this answers your question!

    By Blogger cda, at Monday, April 04, 2011  

  • So, you believe, Christopher, that the UFO "people" were and are worried about Earthlings unleashing atomic weapons on them or the Universe, and they were and are not concerned with nuclear accidents that disrupt quantum non-locality.

    Interesting....

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, April 04, 2011  

  • I'm rather surprised too, considering you can't possibly get a more anti-structural situation: people out of daily routine, stress, discord, confusion, etc...everything that seems to precede paranormal events.

    I'd be curious to see reports out of Japan before the disaster - although it might be difficult to categorize such reports due to possible plasma lights often seen before and after earthquakes.

    My end thought is that no one's really worried about reporting UFOs with all that is going on there right now.

    By Blogger JR, at Tuesday, April 05, 2011  

  • Even while Japan's panic aftermath continues, it would be awfully hard to ignore a flash in the sky or a palpable intrusion.

    The UFO nuclear anxiety, JR, is a faux explanation, whether concerning nuclear weapons as CDA has it, and Robert Hastings sees it, or the fear of a quantum catastrophe (via non-local effects within the galaxy or Universe itself when nuclear materials are loosened by accidents here on Earth).

    The UFO phenomenon doesn't give a damn about humankind's plights (wars, tsunamis, hunger, tornados, Holocausts, or anything else).

    They just appear, willy-nilly, in remote places to unimportant peoples, which is a clue to what they really are, don't you think?

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, April 05, 2011  

  • "Even while Japan's panic aftermath continues, it would be awfully hard to ignore a flash in the sky or a palpable intrusion."

    But who'd report it(as in what media outlet)? Ultimately, in the grand scheme of the current state, it'd have to be a seriously grand sighting. Although one could argue the current situation is a grand stomping ground for anti-structural actions.

    LOL...no, I don't think they appear willy-nilly at all.

    By Blogger JR, at Tuesday, April 05, 2011  

  • So, you're saying Jeff, that UFOs appear purposely, with an agenda?

    Interesting....

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, April 05, 2011  

  • Nope. All the agenda questions, the "why" this or that aren't productive questions. Those are venturing into the realm of speculation, not answers.

    What I'm saying is there are (or seem to be for me) instances of consistencies that surround the paranormal event. So, "willy-nilly" only from the standpoint of looking exclusively at the event, and not the surrounding, and seemingly unrelated aspects of what surrounds it.

    By Blogger JR, at Tuesday, April 05, 2011  

  • Ah, JR, a forensic approach to UFO sightings....I like it.

    The peripheral ingredients of a UFO incident have been overlooked in large part by UFO "researchers."

    They have zeroed in on the sensational aspects of sightings, missing that Sherlock Holmes detail that solves the crime as it were.

    That said, I think there is a UFO agenda....obscure, mysterious, and maybe very weird, from our human standpoint.

    What that agenda may entail is beyond my comprehension, but it's an agenda worth pursuing, maybe.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, April 05, 2011  

  • Here is a little conundrum for you, related to your main topic.

    In early Nov 1957 the Russians launched Sputnik 2 with the first space dog Laika. Very soon afterwards a big UFO wave struck the US (Levelland plus others in the region). However, nobody in the US knew about the Sputnik because, although it had been launched just BEFORE Levelland, Russia did not announce it until the next day, well AFTER the UFO sightings began. Pure coincidence or...?

    Another thing. Within a few days there were two or three reports of 'dognappings' in the US, where some people reported UFOs landing near their homes and the UFOnauts demanding to 'kidnap' the dogs of the residents. Was this the result of the general hysteria of Sputnik 2 and Laika aboard (there was some concern in the UK & US about animal cruelty at the time), or was it something else?

    By Blogger cda, at Wednesday, April 06, 2011  

  • CDA:

    Your reserved conjecture is interesting, and not foolish.

    But what about this...

    Every time your comments show up in a Google alert, and I go to post them (or reply), a squirrel shows up on a tree limb outside my office window.

    I'm not kidding.

    This has happened three times this week alone.

    What does it mean?

    (I could make a joke about "nuts" or squirrelly input, but I won't. Your Laika view is not one to be discarded, out of hand.)

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Wednesday, April 06, 2011  

  • CDA-

    I think it was that the alien beings were so surprised that mankind trusted that dogs were smart enough to pilot a space craft they felt the need to sample other dogs, from various other places, in order to test them for UFO piloting.

    If Marcel and company had come across a wrecked saucer with doggy pilots, I could see why there would be such a massivwe cover-up.

    It could also very well confirm that they come from the "dogstar" ;)

    "Wooof-veranda-nick-toe"

    By Blogger Bob Koford, at Thursday, April 07, 2011  

  • Bob;

    Don't make us call the SPCA on you.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, April 07, 2011  

  • Hi, RR.

    As for an on topic comment, I also had feelings related to your subject matter, but regarding the skeptical folks answer to the whole UFO "conundrum" as being just some ill-informed folks seeing our secret technology.

    Even if someone believed that all sightings were the result of our secret "test" aerocraft, your question would loom even larger, in my opinion.

    If we had that kind of technology (the large triangular craft seen in many places, beginning at least from 1949, and famously in Belgium much later, for instance) "we" could certainly be accused of being completely heartless in not utilizing it for emergencies such as this.

    /Bob

    By Blogger Bob Koford, at Sunday, April 10, 2011  

  • And we are often heartless, Bob, evidenced by our shirking the problems in the Sudan, Darfur, and other places.

    But that for another blog of ours.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, April 10, 2011  

  • roger roger

    By Blogger Bob Koford, at Sunday, April 10, 2011  

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