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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Our Unresolved UFO Topics


Did Paul Trent create his iconic McMinnville flying disk photo(s)?

His images were unique for the time (1950):

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Which one of these symbolic insigniae did Lonnie Zamora see and draw after his 1964 experience?

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Is this really a photograph that inadvertently captured an image of an Earth-like spaceman in what should be a prosaic setting?

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Then there’s Roswell, but that is another can of worms I won’t open here…

RR

2 Comments:

  • If you don't want to re-open the Roswell "can of worms" the worst possible thing is to mention it at all!

    As for the other cases, I feel that we have reached an impasse on them all. I do NOT believe that the forthcoming new analysis (if it ever materialises) of the Trent photos promised in UFO Updates will prove anything. It will only generate further heated debate and argument. Case closed? Of course not - it remains, and will remain, far too open.

    There are certain UFO cases that are eternal and will never die down, either now or 50 years from now.

    I could list several others, but won't. To do so would only start, or restart, another "can of worms".

    Even wishing everyone a Happy New Year is getting rather monotonous these days!

    By Blogger cda, at Sunday, December 30, 2012  

  • Heat sinks of the mind, maybe Cold War shock absorbers are good metaphors.
    It sort of reminds me of a washing machine that won't or cannot finish a cycle. Stuck between desire and existentialism.
    Whats wrong with this picture, whats right? Right compared to what?

    There are no file drawers for incommensurable human behaviors or drives to make tools out of ambiguity when you attempt to make a monkey wrench out of gauze.

    Sort of a obsessive compulsive to wrestle down uncertainty..or at least get one damn thing to lie down and get nailed to the frame.

    A kind of water wheel that is pushed by the ambiguity of life..plans and purpose is in the mind of the beholder.

    Worthwhile or a waste?

    Depends on who is looking.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Sunday, December 30, 2012  

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