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02-15-2017, 08:27 PM #1
dclements Member
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Although I may have mentioned it in another thread (and didn't follow up on it), one of the reasons I came to this board is if anyone had some interesting stuff on either anything relating to UFOs, conspiracies, or anything else along those lines. So far I have spent more time than I really wanted to defending my pro-nuclear stance in the Fukushima Disaster thread, in which I'm burned out from doing that subject any longer so I wish to know any other area people might know something is going on or have qualms with besides nuclear; since I already know where to find negative (or positive) information for that if need be.
02-15-2017, 09:34 PM #2
Adde Member
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There's a ton of good UFO reads here. I'm at work so I can't dig through them all, but I'll try to post links to some of my faves later.
If you have some time on your hands have a look at this http://kritterbox.com/Topic-Black-Goo
That will keep you busy.
02-15-2017, 09:49 PM #3
dclements Member
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(02-15-2017, 09:34 PM)Adde Wrote:  There's a ton of good UFO reads here. I'm at work so I can't dig through them all, but I'll try to post links to some of my faves later.
If you have some time on your hands have a look at this http://kritterbox.com/Topic-Black-Goo
That will keep you busy.
From a quick check it kind of sounds like hypothetical gray goo which is supposedly the potential of of microscopic nanite robots going haywire and destroying the world, but there is still the possibility that there is something interesting to it. Thanks :D

BTW, after posting I remebered coming across something weird called "The Hum". While it may not have anything to do with UFOs it is interesting that there are places where sometimes everyone or sometimes just a few or one person can hear a noise that sounds like ..well a hum..and it can drive people nuts. I came across a video that was able to record the sound and within about 5 seconds I had to turn it off.

Here is the link to the wiki page on it
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hum

Also if you like, I have a Pinterest board I have on UFO
related images and other stuff where I put stuff while
trolling the web. Here is the link to it:
https://www.pinterest.com/clementsdaniel/ufo/
02-15-2017, 10:15 PM #4
Octo Mother Superior
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I'm with Adde on this, Black Goo is something you'd like to dive into. Figuratively.
02-15-2017, 10:16 PM #5
Adde Member
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Thanks for the links, I'll check it out when I get out of here.
Quote:"hypothetical gray goo which is supposedly the potential of of microscopic nanite robots going haywire and destroying the world"
You must have read the wrong thread. It isn't something anyone can just skim over and understand. So many people think if they don't know about this or that already it can't be true.
Those are also the stupidest most closed minded people I'm around, and it's only because I have to work with them. coffeetime.gif
02-15-2017, 10:27 PM #6
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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chuckle.gif Yeah, this isn't cursory glance type stuff. Watch 6 hours or so of Harald Kautz-Vella's material and that's the point when you realize the universe is a dragon and you have only caught a glimpse of one of it's scales.

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02-16-2017, 12:55 AM #7
dclements Member
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(02-15-2017, 10:16 PM)Adde Wrote:  Thanks for the links, I'll check it out when I get out of here.
Quote:"hypothetical gray goo which is supposedly the potential of of microscopic nanite robots going haywire and destroying the world"
You must have read the wrong thread. It isn't something anyone can just skim over and understand. So many people think if they don't know about this or that already it can't be true.
Those are also the stupidest most closed minded people I'm around, and it's only because I have to work with them. coffeetime.gif
I hope what I said wasn't taken the wrong way. For me when dealing with weird stuff it is kind of like walking a tight rope act between being too open minded and being too skeptical. For me even if it is something somewhat normal but pretty weird I think it is still interesting.

For example the Dyatlov Pass incident is a story of several hikers that went missing and then later found dead under unusual circumstances is a good story even if the hikers likely died from something pretty mundane. The environment they were in was at night in extreme winter conditions. A few of them had their winter gear on and some of them did not. The tent was cut from the inside which indicates they where likely more afraid of something inside of the tent then outside.

And while most died from exposure to the elements a few died from other injuries such as blunt force trauma. Also there was some clothes that had above normal radiation. Even if whatever it was that made them leave their tents without enough winter gear to last long could have be something simple, but it is hard to image whatever it was not being scary enough to force them leave before they could get their gear and make them choose to freeze to death instead of facing whatever it was at the camp; and even some of those who left died from something that was similar to being hit by a car. No matter what really happened it makes for a good horror story, but the fact that we really don't know makes it that much more creepier.

Dyatlov Pass Incident
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyatlov_Pass_incident
02-16-2017, 09:36 AM #8
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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I'm quite familiar with that, there was a movie based on the incident not long ago.

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02-16-2017, 07:35 PM #9
dclements Member
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(02-16-2017, 09:36 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  I'm quite familiar with that, there was a movie based on the incident not long ago.
One of the YouTube videos I watched where a guy tries to solve cold cases says that he believes that the tent (or belongings) caught on fire and they went away from it because of smoke. The only problem with that is that they are more likely to die from exposure than from any smoke in their tent and there was no mention of anything in the reports of anything damaged by fire when they found the tent. A similar problem with avalanche theories where the threat of freezing to death is more likely than getting trapped in an avalanche so if they were not too drunk and/or scared they would have thought of that.

Also I forgot to mention that one of the last entries made by the tourist (which is what they called the hikers) is a passage that goes something along the lines of "at least now we know that snowman exist" which could be something they wrote or something fabricated since if they were in the danger I think they would of had written something else like 'we were attacked by snowmen' or whatever else happened to them. Supposed the radiation can be explained by two of the tourist working at a complex where their clothes could easily be contaminated. If the dose was low level it would be just enough to register about normal background radiation.

Maybe because I'm slightly eccentric but I think something abnormal happened to the hikers and it was something other than their own fault or some natural danger caused them to panic and flee as well as murdered some of the ones that didn't freeze to death. Of course I could be wrong.

BTW ..is the movie a real movie or a YouTube video. I think I remember someone commenting on that there is a horror movie based on the events. I'm sure both the Shining and "The Thing" are two movies that used the idea of people trapped and isolated somewhere due to the snow and location.
02-16-2017, 07:41 PM #10
Octo Mother Superior
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It's a "real" movie, Devil's Pass

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1905040/

Quote:A group of 5 students go the location of the infamous "dyatlov pass incident", to make a documentary but things take a turn for the worse to reveal the secrets as to what happened there.
02-16-2017, 07:53 PM #11
dclements Member
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(02-15-2017, 10:16 PM)Adde Wrote:  Thanks for the links, I'll check it out when I get out of here.
Quote:"hypothetical gray goo which is supposedly the potential of of microscopic nanite robots going haywire and destroying the world"
You must have read the wrong thread. It isn't something anyone can just skim over and understand. So many people think if they don't know about this or that already it can't be true.
Those are also the stupidest most closed minded people I'm around, and it's only because I have to work with them. coffeetime.gif
Again sorry if I sounded like I didn't believe it to be real. I will say that what you mentioned did lead me to come across some articles about strange substances being discovered so I can say that there have been incidents in the last few hundred years where weird unknown slimy stuff has been encountered from an unknown origin but I think nowadays most weird stuff is immediately sent to a lab (at least if found in the US) to determine what kind of risk it poses to people and animals around it. Of course there can be exceptions where the samples are lost before they get to a lab, problems at the lab or other issues that keep us from figuring out what it is.

I'm sorry if I sounded like it was merely something that someone fabricated from science fiction stories before really looking into the matter. I wasn't trying to make it sound that way but instead trying to comment on what it sounded like from other things I heard about. One of the people that claims he knows about and has meet aliens (while he was working for the government) showed a picture of an alien that looks a lot like an toy that is sold at Wal-mart. For me just because the picture looks like a toy doesn't mean that it isn't real since there is enough pictures out there of potentially real aliens that manufacture of the toy could of either use the same picture or one like it to make their toy. I guess what I'm trying to say is I don't dismiss what people say about aliens, conspiracies, etc based on minor stuff that could make it seem doubtful that it is real for people that are more skeptical. Part of this is because I have personally witness ghosts, PK energy, and enough other weird stuff to be able to believe there is nothing that we haven't explained yet.

I hope when it is convenient for you that you continue to post the other stuff that you mentioned that you wanted to share.
02-16-2017, 07:57 PM #12
dclements Member
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(02-16-2017, 07:41 PM)Octo Wrote:  It's a "real" movie, Devil's Pass

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1905040/

Quote:A group of 5 students go the location of the infamous "dyatlov pass incident", to make a documentary but things take a turn for the worse to reveal the secrets as to what happened there.
Thanks! :D

I will have to check it out either by renting it or finding a copy on the internet. :)
02-18-2017, 01:08 PM #13
DiggerDawg Member
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Kelly–Hopkinsville encounter
On the evening of August 21, 1955, five adults and seven children arrived at the Hopkinsville police station claiming that small alien creatures from a spaceship were attacking their farmhouse and they had been holding them off with gunfire "for nearly four hours". Two of the adults, Elmer Sutton and Billy Ray Taylor, claimed they had been shooting at "twelve to fifteen" short, dark figures who repeatedly popped up at the doorway or peered into the windows.[1]

Concerned about a possible gun battle between local citizens, four city police, five state troopers, three deputy sheriffs, and four military police from the nearby US Army Fort Campbell drove to the Sutton farmhouse located near the town of Kelly in Christian County. Their search yielded nothing apart from evidence of gunfire and holes in window and door screens made by firearms.[1][3]

Residents of the farmhouse included Glennie Lankford, her children, Lonnie, Charlton, and Mary, two sons from a previous marriage, Elmer "Lucky" Sutton, John Charley "J.C." Sutton, and their respective wives, Vera and Alene, Alene's brother O.P. Baker, and Billy Ray Taylor and his wife June. Both the Taylors and "Lucky" and Vera Sutton were reportedly itinerant carnival workers that were visiting the farmhouse. The next day, neighbors told two officers that the families had "packed up and left" after claiming "the creatures had returned about 3:30 in the morning"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kelly%E2%8..._encounter








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02-18-2017, 08:11 PM #14
Octo Mother Superior
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Yeah I read about that Kelly–Hopkinsville case. It's really fascinating
02-19-2017, 06:39 PM #15
eclipsed Member
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(02-15-2017, 10:27 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  chuckle.gif Yeah, this isn't cursory glance type stuff. Watch 6 hours or so of Harald Kautz-Vella's material and that's the point when you realize the universe is a dragon and you have only caught a glimpse of one of it's scales.

yes! you HAVE to listen to Harold, the subject is utterly fascinating and gripping...take two hours out of one of your day just for this video:



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