UFO Conjecture(s)

Monday, July 07, 2014

Mars' Curiosity Rover captures photo of UFO?



  • Why ask this question? I am certain you know the answer, even if the Huffington Poost doesn't (but I am certain they know the answer too).

    All right, I'll concede this: It COULD be a UFO, with occupants. What odds would you give against this being so, if you were to take bets?

    By Blogger cda, at Monday, July 07, 2014  

  • CDA:

    UFOs (and particularly UAP) do not have to have occcupants....you swerve the UFO term to bait the ET believers and thus goad fellow skeptics to skewer them.

    Not nice.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, July 07, 2014  

  • Rich,
    We have had another thread devoted on at your blog.
    I see you currently too, are not interested by the other cameras pictures and the ones not affected by some artefacts, or corroborating or not he Nav-cams despite my past comments. In order to see if it is false-alarms, or not... But You fight "skeptics"!


    Well, that's ufology!


    By Blogger Gilles Fernandez, at Monday, July 07, 2014  

  • Wow, the old 'light in the sky' UFO excitement has come a long way hasn't it. Regardless of NASAs assurances that similar lights, of perfectly natural origin, are captured on film almost daily.
    I'm surprised they didn't release a number of other shots showing similar lights to add to their assurances. Then again, that wouldn't help either, would it. They were curious shots, for us, for sure, but no amount of natural events will ever be enough the fill the whole in an ETH heart.


    By Blogger Woody, at Tuesday, July 08, 2014  

  • @CDA:

    One might ask what are the chances that everything is exactly as skeptics say it is. The answer is either 1 to 1 or its 1 to trillions for or against.

    Were one to look at the probabilities that the Earth and Humankind are the result of trillions and trillions of random events you get the same result.

    Since what we see is what it is the probability is 1:1 but taking into account all of the stacked random events the odds are 1:trillions.

    The Drake equation is meaningless since we have not real means to "fill in the values" of the variables. On the other hand given the state of world affairs, its also possible that there is no intelligent life on this planet.

    One might could ask what is the probability that Skeptics are in fact wrong, unscientific, or both? But I won't ask that question... simply because I've groan accustomed to the the song that certain people sing [It's almost as bad as "It's a Small World"]

    By Blogger Joel Crook, at Tuesday, July 08, 2014  

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