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    You sure do have a very round about way to say, "yeah I know what ya talking about".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    This moronic insistence that their accomplishments were the result of giants , alien's , or magical beings from Asgard is laughable.
    Who has insisted?

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    I find these videos fascinating, as i said an open mind, I don't believe in this or that, But have an open mind, some of it sounds crazy and some of it sounds reasonable. Who am I to know what is the ultimate truth about life on earth. If you know 100% for sure what life and the beginnings are than you should go to NASA and tell them.
    Just have some fun let your mind expand more than what you have been taught, our brain is almost limitless in capacity for learning.


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    So why post on the jokes thread if you think this is not a joke?

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    So why post on the jokes thread if you think this is not a joke?
    Because my threads get moved to the dog house all the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by deeks View Post
    Who has insisted?
    a lot of people, Have you not heard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    a lot of people, Have you not heard?
    A lot people insist that the planet will be doomed by global warming in the next 8, no 7 years years now. But I have an open mind.
    I think yeah could happen especially if there is a massive volcanic type of eruption, or a massive solar flare, or a massive comet strike, who knows could happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deeks View Post
    A lot people insist that the planet will be doomed by global warming in the next 8, no 7 years years now. But I have an open mind.
    I think yeah could happen especially if there is a massive volcanic type of eruption, or a massive solar flare, or a massive comet strike, who knows could happen.
    Alot of people think a lot of things , I only trust the evidence.
    Now back to what I said about people back then being just as smart as people now and perhaps a bit smarter, because of the reasons I mention. Do you disagree with any of that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deeks View Post
    The diff is that I have an open mind,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    Alot of people think a lot of things , I only trust the evidence.
    Now back to what I said about people back then being just as smart as people now and perhaps a bit smarter, because of the reasons I mention. Do you disagree with any of that?
    Nope. I would even go further and suggest that it may be possible that "humans" have been on this planet longer than the "experts" teach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deeks View Post
    Nope. I would even go further and suggest that it may be possible that "humans" have been on this planet longer than the "experts" teach.
    I dont know what that means in relation to what I ask. The question is a very simple one
    " Now back to what I said about people back then being just as smart as people now and perhaps a bit smarter, because of the reasons I mention. Do you disagree with any of that?"
    The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deeks View Post
    Nope.
    for the second time "nope" I don't disagree
    Last edited by deeks; 26-04-2021 at 09:55 PM.

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    A bit of along shot, but in that video they pointed to this legislative piece of law, It is genuine but doesn't mention giant bones.

    https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/...104-Pg3048.pdf

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    Harry Reid: What We Believe About U.F.O.s

    Harry Reid: What We Believe About U.F.O.s - The New York Times

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    ^ Behind a paywall.

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    Sorry. Not in Thailand.


    • This personal reflection is part of a series called The Big Ideas, in which writers respond to a single question: What do we believe?
      One day in 1996, I received a call from George Knapp, an investigative reporter at KLAS-TV, the CBS affiliate in Las Vegas, and a friend of mine. “Harry,” he said, “there’s something you have to attend.” He invited me to an upcoming conference that would focus on what the U.S. government generally refers to as “unidentified aerial phenomena,” but what most other people simply call U.F.O.s, a subject Mr. Knapp had, and still has, a particular interest in.
      A large conference room at the event was filled with academics, interested members of the public and, yes, a few oddballs. I was very impressed with the academics, who spoke of unidentified aerial phenomena in the language of science, discussing the issue in terms of technological advancement and national security. I was hooked.
      Over the following years, as I became increasingly interested in U.F.O.s — in part through my conversations with former astronaut John Glenn, a fellow senator with a similar curiosity — my staff warned me not to be seen to engage on the topic. “Stay the hell away from this,” they said. I politely ignored them. I was inquisitive and, like Senator Glenn, I thought it was an issue that demanded attention, and I was in a position to act.


      And act I did.
      In 2007, while serving as Senate majority leader, I worked with Senators Ted Stevens, a Republican from Alaska, and Daniel Inouye, a Democrat from Hawaii, to secure $22 million in funding for what would become known as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. This clandestine Pentagon operation investigated reports of U.F.O.s and other related phenomena, including U.F.O. encounters involving American military personnel. Some videos and photographs documenting these astonishing encounters have since been made public, reigniting America’s longtime fascination with U.F.O.s.
      Though the Pentagon program I helped create no longer exists, the government has continued to study U.F.O.s, most recently through a new program known as the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force.










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      U.S. Navy fighter pilots reported close encounters with unidentified aerial vehicles in eight incidents between June 27, 2013, and Feb. 13, 2019, according to documents released by the Navy in 2020.Credit...Department of Defense

      I’ve always been fascinated by things I don’t understand — by the mysterious and the unexplained — and I believe this fascination comes in part from growing up in rural Nevada. I’m from a tiny town about 50 miles south of Las Vegas called Searchlight, in the high desert, with a population today of about 300. The house I was raised in was built out of railroad ties, and I learned to swim in the town’s only pool, which happened to be located at a brothel. Prostitution had overtaken mining as the leading business in Searchlight, and there were many houses of ill repute.
      Fortunately, there was also the big, beautiful sky, and the wonders it contained. People who live in rural America, away from the light pollution of the major cities, can gaze at the night sky and see the marvel of the Milky Way and more. In Searchlight, I spent many evenings in my youth lying on an old mattress gazing up at the endless, starry heavens. It was a rare night I didn’t see a shooting star. The shimmering expanse filled my eyes and sparked my imagination.

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      It has always troubled me that I have no background in science. We didn’t have a science teacher in my elementary school, and there were limited courses available when I got to high school. But despite my lack of scientific knowledge, or perhaps because of it, I have long been deeply inquisitive. Why does the sun stay hot? I wondered. Why doesn’t it cool down at the end of the day? As a young man I may not have found the answers, but I never stopped asking questions. As Albert Einstein once said, “Curiosity has its own reason for existing.”
      Years later, when I entered public life, I was as curious as ever. As a Democratic senator from Nevada, I visited Area 51, the top-secret Air Force testing site in southern Nevada long associated with U.F.O.-related conspiracy theories. What I saw fascinated me, though much of it must remain classified. During one visit I traveled a short distance to the facility that housed the Air Force’s secret new stealth fighters. For security reasons the pilots could fly them only at night — under the same Nevada stars I had gazed upon as a boy.
      Though Area 51 was developed decades ago, during the height of the Cold War, its existence wasn’t publicly acknowledged by the U.S. government until 2013. To do so earlier would have been detrimental to our security as a nation, given that our government constantly balances the competing priorities of secrecy and transparency in a democracy.
      Until recently, many military pilots feared the possibility of retribution for reporting sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena. But I believed that an unofficial taboo regarding the frank discussion of encounters could harm our national security and stymie opportunities for technical advancement. Which is why, along with Senators Stevens and Inouye, I helped create that secret Pentagon program in 2007. We wanted to take a close, scientific look at the technological implications of reported U.F.O. encounters.
      I believe that there is information uncovered by the government’s covert investigations into unidentified aerial phenomena that can be disclosed to the public without harming our national security. The American people deserve to know more — and hopefully they will soon, with the release of a comprehensive government report requested by the Senate Intelligence Committee on the military’s encounters with U.F.O.s. (The report is due in June, though it may be delayed.)
      What have I personally learned from official investigations into unidentified aerial phenomena so far? The truth, disappointing as it may be, is that there’s still a great deal we don’t understand. It’s unclear whether the U.F.O.s we have encountered could have been built by foreign adversaries, whether our pilots’ visual perception during some encounters was somehow distorted, or whether we truly have credible evidence of extraterrestrial visitations. There may be other, as yet unknown explanations for some of these strange sightings.
      Regardless, I believe it’s crucial to lead with the science when studying U.F.O.s. Focusing on little green men or conspiracy theories won’t get us far.Of course, whatever the science tells us, some portion of the public will continue to believe in the reality of otherworldly U.F.O.s as a matter of faith. Ultimately, the U.F.O. debate can be broken down into a sincere belief in science versus a sincere belief in extraterrestrials. I side with science.
      Let me be clear: I have never intended to prove that life beyond Earth exists. But if science proves that it does, I have no problem with that. Because the more I learn, the more I realize that there’s still so much I don’t know.
      Harry Reid is a former United States senator from Nevada. He served as the Democratic Senate majority leader from 2007 to 2015.








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    I miss that deeks bloke too, he came came straight out and said it, where did he go? was he banned? or is he Russel?

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    Tell me the last time that a government was "Proactively" trying to introduce legislation? Maybe some are trying to stop what is already going on?
    Senate votes down legislation to outlaw creation of ‘human-animal chimeras’ | MyStateline.com

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    There were giants in the earth in those days.-bigskeleton-jpg
    from jim vieira...

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    ^ weird how because it was in the bible that people don't want to believe they existed

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    Quote Originally Posted by havnfun View Post
    ^ weird how because it was in the bible that people don't want to believe they existed
    Not as wierd as how people believe it because it was in the bible.

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    If you like to fall asleep to the soft sound of people talking about spooky stuff, This is up your alley. Just don't think too much about Egyptian Hieroglyphs and old texts.


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    Giants in the bible explained, this hour long lecture points out all the theories and then keeps it simple, to explain simply and as written.
    It is all very easy to understand what happened and why.



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