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 Posted: Thu Apr 29th, 2010 02:40 pm
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Chris Shelton wrote: Extremely intelligent guy he is, that I don't dispute, but he's not God!

Now getting back to God, I firmly believe that the Earth and all it's inhabitants, past, present and future were part of God's MASTER PLAN! Now i can't explain why i say this without getting all religious, so suffice to say, if Earth indeed was his master plan, why would he bother trying to sustain life on other planets? He has enough on His hands already!!! ;)


He could be god and you just dont know it! who know's.. :clow

God made all in 6 day's and rested the 7th day! 'Made all'.. That's what he has done including other thing's yet not discovered.

Like you cris I'm not easy taken into thing's nor fooled.. But when I see a thing or programme I'm open minded about it.. (get it a chance) And at present this is being open minded.. So thing's are a possibility just now.

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Well if you don't believe what has been written and re-written a 'billion'(gross exaggeration) times over...with the same basic truths being revealed everytime,... then you may as well believe in pie in the sky, or whatever else you choose to believe. Who am I to argue?

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Glenn wrote: Chris Shelton wrote: Extremely intelligent guy he is, that I don't dispute, but he's not God!

Now getting back to God, I firmly believe that the Earth and all it's inhabitants, past, present and future were part of God's MASTER PLAN! Now i can't explain why i say this without getting all religious, so suffice to say, if Earth indeed was his master plan, why would he bother trying to sustain life on other planets? He has enough on His hands already!!! ;)


He could be god and you just dont know it! who know's.. :clow

God made all in 6 day's and rested the 7th day! 'Made all'.. That's what he has done including other thing's yet not discovered.

Like you cris I'm not easy taken into thing's nor fooled.. But when I see a thing or programme I'm open minded about it.. (get it a chance) And at present this is being open minded.. So thing's are a possibility just now.

I prefer to give God a chance boet. It's a far more comforting option

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The bible has been written ALOT of time's.. maybe not as much as i said. (I take that back) but ALOT of time's..

Still I don't need a bible to believe in god..

Look around you!! tell me what you see Chris?? God's work!! that's enough for me.

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Glenn wrote: The bible has been written ALOT of time's.. maybe not as much as i said. (I take that back) but ALOT of time's..

Still I don't need a bible to believe in god..

Look around you!! tell me what you see Chris?? God's work!! that's enough for me.

Amen brother!

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And on the subject of 'Gods work' He couldn't of made it any more beautiful than Sunny South Africa!!!! :SSS

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Glenn wrote:
JustPlainSHARK wrote: They do exist! Check out all the illegal ones right here in SA ::S

 

oO( O no.. I can see where this tread is heading towards)

Bud, I was just joking around and being a bit synical about SPACE aliens. I see the thread has taken a turn towards pornography and religion in anycase. No harm or hijacking were intended.

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JustPlainSHARK wrote: Glenn wrote:
JustPlainSHARK wrote: They do exist! Check out all the illegal ones right here in SA ::S

 

oO( O no.. I can see where this tread is heading towards)

Bud, I was just joking around and being a bit synical about SPACE aliens. I see the thread has taken a turn towards pornography and religion in anycase. No harm or hijacking were intended.

@ JustPlainSHARK

:hyst:  I was only joking on i can see where this tread is heading towards?? What do you believe.. have your say... :alien

1:God came into this merely because 'God' created everything in essence & what ever lurk's out there.. that's 'undiscovered'

2: Pornography .. Well I didn't bring that in to the tread but someone else did.. But I sure answered the question about it.. I just think It down grades a women.

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The following extract is taken from the official NASA homepage on Facebook;
NASA: "Where Science Never Sleeps" We have NOT found any aliens! However, we're looking and listening

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Chris Shelton wrote: The following extract is taken from the official NASA homepage on Facebook;
NASA: "Where Science Never Sleeps" We have NOT found any aliens! However, we're looking and listening



:hyst::hyst::hyst::hyst::lol:1:lol:1

N.A.S.A Would even deny that they dont even have a mother.

Just like 'Area 51' in colorado U.S.A deny's everything.. Have a read Chris :)

 

On May 14, 2008, an oval object with a turquoise glow fell out of the sky around three o'clock in the morning and crashed west of the Colorado River near Needles, California. The crash was almost immediately followed by the appearance of unmarked vehicles with government license plates manned by non-uniformed personnel, a small fleet of transport aircrafts and helicopters including a sky crane which later removed the object. Like many incidents of this kind, this one quickly became a non-event. So what really happened?

It's important to understand that the object in question has been seen in the Needles area before and elsewhere as well. An object described as oval shaped with a turquoise glow was spotted by a motorist traveling just west of Needles on I-40 on April 17, 2002 at around three thirty in the morning. During that incident the object hovered above the road in mid-air. Another sighting occurred in 1997 near Columbus, Ohio. A photographer was filming clouds when a glowing object described as turquoise in color appeared on several of the frames that were photographed. The object wasn't seen through the camera lens at the time the photos were taken.

 
Needles, California, is located in the Mojave Valley and is a part of San Bernardino County. It's just across the bridge from Arizona and near the Nevada border as well. Historic Route 66 and I-40 run through the town with a population of between 5000 and 6000 people. Originally named for a group of pointed rocks on the Arizona side of the Colorado River, Needles was founded in 1883 and has been an important stopping place for people traveling east to west into California ever since. It's also the kind of place where the crash of something strange might go unnoticed if it occurred outside of town. Fortunately, this crash had witnesses.

 
The first witness to the May 14, 2008 incident was a person we'll call Bob. He lives on a houseboat in Topock, Arizona, a town that is little more than a Marina and a couple of stores near Golden Shores. Bob reported seeing a glowing turquoise-blue-green object high in the sky and headed in his direction around three o‘clock in the morning. He was sitting on the upper deck of his houseboat at the time. As it passed, he said that it looked as though the thing was on fire. He saw the object hit the ground somewhere west of the Colorado River on the California side. It bounced once and he recalled hearing a noise like a thump.


Thinking that some kind of plane had crashed, Bob tried using his satellite phone to call 911. His phone would not connect. After the crash, Bob heard the sound of helicopters approaching and reported seeing five of them flying in formation less than twenty minutes after the object hit the ground. One of them circled his houseboat before rejoining the others. Another was a sky crane that retrieved the oval-shaped object while it was still glowing with some kind of cables or a net and flew away with it. The crash occurred between Topock and Needles, west of the Colorado River and south of Needles.


Frank Costigan lives three miles east of the Colorado River and became the second witness to the May 14, 2008 incident. He got up around three in the morning to let his cat out. While standing in his backyard, Frank noticed a large glowing object streaking across the sky. It flashed a number of colors including turquoise, blue and green. The object was headed towards the ground and he expected to hear some sort of impact noise. Costigan later offered this statement:

 
"I thought I might hear something when it hit the ground because if it was as close as I thought it was and as big as it was, I thought I would hear something. But I did not hear anything. And it went out of my view before it hit the ground . . . It went behind a hill, and I waited to see if I could hear it crash because as big as it was, it was bound to make noise."


Costigan reported that the object was bright enough to illuminate the ground. He said that it came out of the northeast, headed southwest at a tremendous speed, slowed down and speeded up again before moving out of his sight. Frank is a retired Superintendent of Operations and Police Chief. He worked at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) from 1978 until 1985 and at Ontario (California) International Airport from 1985 to 1986. He occasionally does special reports and news investigations for KTOX, an AM radio station in Needles, California. Frank later told David Hayes, the station owner, about the bizarre object he saw earlier that morning. Hayes surprised Costigan with his own strange story.

 
While driving on I-40 on his way to work that morning, Hayes saw a small convoy of darkly-painted vehicles exiting the highway. The vehicles had black and white government license plates. The lead truck looked a bit like a very large SUV with a dome on top, a truck bed and appeared to have four wheel drive. The vehicle may have been carrying a remote controlled drone. Hayes said that he could see a triangular object that sat on top of several small humps in the truck bed and that it reminded him of the look of a stealth bomber.

 
A dark green van followed behind the first vehicle and a longer van followed the green one. Hayes told Costigan that he could see men inside the trucks. They did not have military uniforms on, but after he made eye contact with the driver of the third vehicle, it followed him to the radio station. One of the trucks returned later that day and briefly parked outside the KTOX building. It seemed to be involved in some sort of surveillance of the radio station.

 
Hayes and Costigan reported the strange events that occurred on May 14, 2008 during regular programming at KTOX for days and asked for any other witnesses to come forward. That‘s how they obtained the story from Bob and he wasn‘t the only person to call in. Someone known to them from nearby Laughlin, Nevada, phoned to report that Janet planes where taking off and landing at the Laughlin Airport all night on the date that the crash occurred. Because the airport and control tower were closed at the time, Laughlin Airport personnel cannot confirm the presence of the Janet planes on the night in question.

 
Janet planes are the nickname some have given to the aircrafts that fly workers in and out of Area 51. A small terminal exists at McCarran Airport in Las Vegas for the mysterious airline operated by EE&G (a U.S. Government contractor). Large and smaller passenger jets and a few prop planes ferry workers to Groom Lake in Area 51 and the Tonopah Test Range, but there is no reason to expect that such aircraft would land in Laughlin. Because the airport and control tower were closed at the time, Laughlin Airport personnel cannot confirm the presence of the Janet planes on the night in question.


Strange things continued to happen in the Needles area after the crash. No one seems able to locate Bob and many believe he has left the area. Toni Sagan, a member of the River Valley Democratic Club in the area, was questioned by a stranger at a club meeting after she appeared on the radio station to talk about the 2008 presidential race. The man wanted to know if she heard any off-air conversations between David Hayes and a witness to the crash he had on the phone. Toni said that she had never seen the man before and that he seemed out of place in terms of the way he dressed as compared to most people that live in the area.


Although a public shows that at least one military helicopter was in the area on the night of the crash, there are no police, emergency, military or government agencies willing to offer any comments on the incident. Noted journalist George Knapp and members of the Channel 8 (CBS Network TV Affiliate in Las Vegas) Investigative Team say they have contacted "police agencies in three states, the Laughlin Airport, the weather service.

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I'm just waiting for them to find a new earth that we need to populate -

Just imagine fishing those new pristine unfished oceans..........

Go back to our oceans 100 years ago.......... only catch and release.............what a JOL

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Enigma wrote: I'm just waiting for them to find a new earth that we need to populate -

Just imagine fishing those new pristine unfished oceans..........

Go back to our oceans 100 years ago.......... only catch and release.............what a JOL


You have a good point there craig .. :lol:1

I hope that applys to women as well ! :merm

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Glenn,the programme will be aired here in Oct

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Sigh....'Area51'....absolute Bollocks!!! Only in America!

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MichaelK wrote: UFO sightings on the bluff last week, reports indicate red lights hovering near the old whaling station and 3 slim figures seen reported walking up the dunes.

A woman also reports having her car cut out when 3 figures walked into the middle of the road, apparently her cell phone went dead aswell and the car and cell phone only worked again when the 3 tall slim figures dressed in over coats walked into the bush near the arm base.

This is a true story google it or check ECR news archives.

As far as i'm concerned, these bluff okkies where probably goofed on wacky weed.


Right so this was my earlier posting only to be followed by Glenns Hollier than thou condesending postings. Well this was taken from the Bluff Community safety organisations emails. Its an organisation run by safety conscious individuals on the bluff whom recieve emails from a large percentage of the bluff residence and compile all of them and resend them out to all on there emailing list (Which is 90 % of the bluff residence). It gives the residence an idea of the types of crime happening on there door step.

Unfortunately this UFO incident has dominated the CSO' s emails lately, but i'm posting it to show you that i was not trying to take the mickey out of Glen

 

Attachment: BLUFFS~1.pdf (Downloaded 40 times)

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mudcrab wrote: Glenn,the programme will be aired here in Oct
thank's... :)

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Chris Shelton wrote: Sigh....'Area51'....absolute Bollocks!!! Only in America!
Only in South Africa! ::S

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MichaelK wrote:

Right so this was my earlier posting only to be followed by Glenns Hollier than thou condesending postings.  


Do I come across to you as Displaying a patronizingly superior attitude??

Michael, The posting is there for everyone to commment on.. And I myself are willing to hear everyone's view's.. And with all due respect, I'm not knocking your posting's & I would think it's nice to have a laugh between all of us on this chossen subject.

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It's always astonishing to me how much (time & resources) guys invest in this quest, cant really understand the obsession, maybe Im just ignorant, or maybe there's just too many unknowns to be interested in it just yet. I kept reading the thread hoping something I havent thought of might come out of it considering the confidence in the heading (the humour was somewhat entertaining too) The best one I always arrive at says that it's plausible that we're not the only planet where there is life &/or the only one that supports life considering the vastness of the universe, so our existence makes it probable that life as we know it exists somewhere out there. I suppose probable is an improvement from possible, but it's all still hearsay.

 

 

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