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  • UFO over Albuquerque

    09/24/2012 4:40:12 PM PDT · by Crusher138 · 46 replies
    Self, Vanity | 09/24/12 | Self
    There was a strange bright object handing in the sky over Albuquerque on Saturday evening, around 7:00pm. The VERY quickly disseminated story was that it was a high altitude weather balloon. It was stationary for the over 15 minutes I watched it. Since they test all sorts of stuff out here I thought the story was a little fishy. Do weather balloon hang motionless in the sky for long periods of time?
  • Explosion Reports May Be From Satellite Collision

    02/15/2009 3:16:13 PM PST · by PAR35 · 98 replies · 2,917+ views
    KTVT - CBS Fort Worth ^ | 2/15/2009 | --
    Sunday around 11:00 a.m. people from Plano to Houston, and even as far north as Nebraska, reported hearing a loud explosion and seeing debris falling from the sky. Many residents in Navarro and Hill counties reported that their houses shook along with the explosion. In a conference call to local reporters, the FAA said they believe the cause of the explosion is two satellites that collided in space Tuesday. The American and Russian satellites collided 500 miles above the Siberian region of Russia.
  • THEY'RE HEERE (4-Star NYPost Review Praises Peter Jennings for Exposing Gov’t UFO Coverup)

    02/23/2005 7:11:28 AM PST · by dead · 208 replies · 5,373+ views
    NY Post ^ | February 23, 2005 | LINDA STASI
    WHY would a serious journalist like Peter Jennings tackle a silly subject like UFOs? Maybe it's because 40 million Americans can't be wrong. It turns out that 40 million of us have claimed to have seen UFOs, while half — yes, half — of all Americans believe in their existence… < snip > So, why, if millions of people have seen UFOs, are the eyewitnesses immediately reduced to the level of raving loonies (from "lunar")? Interestingly enough, that is the legacy of another successful government PR campaign…< snip > The feds thought they could keep a lid on UFO sightings...