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Reply #2250 on Today at 2:00pm


Today at 9:42am, magooollo wrote:
perhaps a military leak designed to stir up the UFO research community to test reactions even if it is a fake

TIme will tell will be interesting to see where this goes


I had been thinking the same thing but with these latest photos Iam not so sure, coming from someone in a 'camera club' I would have thought the quality would have been much better IMO
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Poll: Who out there think that Tahoe wife, Chad, Raj, Sequoia lady, Alabama guy, Jenna L. or Stephen are who they say they are? Why or why not?

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Reply #2252 on Today at 2:33pm

A little off topic, but could this article be the slow release of what's to come from "off-world" technologies, or is it just a product of R & D? If this drone is real, ET or human, scientists have some explaining to do. It's non-traditional form of flying will very well open the door to what technologies have been withheld from the public.

The end of the plug? Scientists invent wireless device that beams electricity through your home
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Reply #2253 on Today at 2:35pm

How could you tell the difference between slow release of off-world technologies from the development of our own technology through R&D?
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Reply #2254 on Today at 2:36pm

I have no idea... :) that's why I posted it. I said "off world technologies or a product of R & D? Look up rubber metal if you haven't heard of it...it's a good read nonetheless. Does anyone know if this drone is R & D, off-world technology or a hoax...same idea I guess. ???

There seems to be no better place to ask this question
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Reply #2255 on Today at 2:53pm


Today at 4:01am, Double_Nought_Spy wrote:
I think we should start naming these things. I'll propose "Liberace's Wedding Cake" for this latest one.



As I dropped by for a minute today, and saw these pics again, it came to me the the main vertical body looks very much like a sceptre, as in the one in Churchward's Lost Continent of Mu, which is also similar to the Tibetan Dorje shape, but on a scepter. Still haven't de-boxed all my books, so can't find the image I'm looking for, but it's in this vein. I would call it a "Scepter Ship".
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Reply #2256 on Today at 2:55pm

dear God, as a kid I would take bits & pieces of my model planes & glue them together to make 2 & 3 winged fighters & bombers. This thing looks like one of my bad models. & does anybody remember the movie "independence day"? the thing on the bottom looks like a vogon death ray ready to fire ;)
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Reply #2257 on Today at 3:10pm


Yesterday at 2:28pm, calikid wrote:

Yesterday at 1:52pm, kenticus wrote:
it is very common for utility companies to give power poles individual numbers in both urban & rural areas. if we could verify that "d-19" is the designator on the pole we could ask the local utility operator where "d-19" is! worth a shot, anyway...



To bad we are only guessing that the sign says D-19. Looking more like the sign says "HIGH". See OnTheFence post on page 141. (Nice work fence!)

Not that I doubt you, but where did you hear about the individual number thing? All the power poles in my neighborhood lack such numbers (I even checked BOTH sides of the poles to be sure. ;D ;D ).


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Cali, every high tension line has a small orange tag near the top of the tower with a letter/ number designator. Smaller utility poles in urban areas are frequently marked by the various utility companies for ease of identification. these small signs can take many forms, including small individual numbers at eye level. in my experience, signage "up high" on the pole usually indicates voltage or an unusual electrical situation ( my favorite is " potheads hot u.g." which confused me for a long time)
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I have created a thread with evidence of a possible hoax concerning the Tahoe photos. Please check it out and respond. All ideas and opinions welcome!

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Reply #2259 on Today at 3:27pm


Today at 2:33pm, Manteca wrote:
A little off topic, but could this article be the slow release of what's to come from "off-world" technologies, or is it just a product of R & D? If this drone is real, ET or human, scientists have some explaining to do. It's non-traditional form of flying will very well open the door to what technologies have been withheld from the public.

The end of the plug? Scientists invent wireless device that beams electricity through your home


I believe Tesla invented this long ago (Wardenclyff tower in 1903). There were 2 problems:
1) His boss, Westinghouse, said if we can't meter it, we can't bill for it. Let's NOT do it.
2) There was some inverse sq rule in play. Something like (been a few years ago I read about this) each meter away from the source required a doubling of the power output to maintain the same energy level, requiring high amounts of power to cover short distances (when compared with wired delivery).

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http://www.teslatech.info/ttmagazine/v1n4/valone.htm



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Today at 2:53pm, matucanna wrote:

it came to me the the main vertical body is also similar to the Tibetan Dorje shape, but on a scepter. Still haven't de-boxed all my books, so can't find the image I'm looking for, but it's in this vein. I would call it a "Scepter Ship".

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Reply #2261 on Today at 4:36pm

Just one question...How is the drone photographed in Big Basin supposed to land?

Stupid question? Maybe : (
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Reply #2262 on Today at 4:44pm

The new drone has a sort of mothership vibe, so I don't think it will be landing. If you accept the photographer's story, I think the disappearing act concept suggests that it hides in plain sight, either cloaking itself or converting to another reality where it can't be seen.

None of them appear to have been built to land, for that matter.
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Thanks for the Dorje image, Nemo. I got lucky and found the right box with the book, and scanned the image, but don't know how to show you the jpeg (I'm quasi techno inept, especially when it comes to sharing jpegs, coupled with lack of time). I'm more than willing to email someone my jpeg if they are interested and able to post it - just send me a private message. It is rather like one arm of the Dorje. I mentioned this because of the similar impression of shape to the 'ufo' etc., although 'eggbeater' might be just as apt. ;)
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Reply #2264 on Today at 6:08pm

hello everyone
this is my first post. be gentle.

i think i've read all of the posts so far- i became a daily reader a few weeks back. i'm a big fan of National Public Radio's "All Things Considered", and its mostly open-minded reporting that listens to both sides of most any story.

i'm very impressed by the deep detective work going on at this site. after hearing about the sighting, i visited a few other ufo-realated sites and was surprised to see the photos literally laughed off as a hoax without ANY research whatsoever... you guys keep up the good work.


i am on the fence, btw. this bothers me as a probable outcome, since money is involved. i enjoy reading people views- on either side of the debate.

i am not ready to dismiss whether or not this a viral marketing campaign- not so fast. it's a way this could make someone, or several people, money if it is an elaborate hoax.

think about the HUGE media mess that the Boston bombings hoax recently created. the boston event is an example of a marketing idea gone wrong. grass-roots street marketers used lite-brites featuring a character from "aqua teen hunger force" to generate out-of-the-box public curiousity. of course that all went terribly wrong once city officials mistakenly thought them to be bombs.

so who is to say that a group of creative marketers haven't used this to create a modified version of similar, free advertising? without the bomb scare.

i'd have to include the famous "war of the worlds" incident as something these guys may have in mind as well. hopefully without the hysteria.

so these guys create amazing cgi (that is their job), submit them to a ufo site, and expect the photos to catch fire on their own, and hopefully the larger media jumps in after a few weeks.

no one can be held for trying to create a panic, since they never directly reported anything to officials or the mainstream media- it instead starts as a snowball here. pay a few of the artists extra to "come forward" and answer a few questions at a few websites.

maybe they expected this to be a huge news story by now and it somehow failed- photos are too clear, etc for the mainstream to want to get involved since history shows the odds are most photos are a hoax.

just because a bunch of 40-year-old guys read about this in this site, does not mean it's an awful marketing idea. maybe it is meant to take a while before the target demographic (teenage sci-fi boys) see them in the mainstream media. that may still happen.


has anyone looked a the upcoming summer/fall hollywood releases to see if there is anything else big-budget or ufo-related coming up? entertainment weekly magazine always head a good heads-up on upcoming films. i think they do a 2007 preview in the spring- often things that are unadvertised for several months. they also have a website- i think you need to pay to see everything though.
i'm sure there are better resources detailing upcoming (fall/winter) hollywood films

who would benefit from creating this hoax?
cgi grunt- he gets a paycheck from the design firm we works for- his day job
cgi "boss"- he gets paid by the third-party marketing company requiring the cgi work
the third-party marketing company gets paid by a film studio

so we have people who do this for a living, getting paid.

until someone has at least LOOKED for an upcoming movie, then why does anyone want to "move on". you are ignoring one of the few scenarios that involves MONEY!!

just my opnion on how to REALLY address this and then move on AFTERWARDS.

maybe next week CNN will pick this up... then more photos- and more appendages... and after a few weeks of mainstream debate, just before a panic, the final photos somehow clue everyone in on what it is really about... say it fully develops into a transformer easily identified with the movie. so what if that's not the exact evolution in the movie.

i'll admit that the photos DO NOT look like the transformers to me.

HOWEVER, since these latest photos have been described as "a swiss army knife"... well, i know of only ONE sci-fi/ufo movie that is SPECIFICALLY about the "swiss army knife" mentallity or movement.
did that movie come out in the 1950s?
nope- that movie comes out in just a few days. a coincidence???


btw- back to my "on the fence" comment... if we can make a better attempt to rule out "viral marketing", i'm leaning towards "real".

thanks again for all of the info.
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