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https://vimeo.com/55184336

This is the documentary, these flying circular objects in the night sky. I have seen them if few other videos, even in Polish news TV some 15 years ago. I have seen these with my own eyes on the sky in Poland when looking at the stars.
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In Turkey I witnessed UFO kind of lightnings and movements as well. Honestly the movements I saw at night time on sky is not possible with an airplane that is going to be built in 2030...

Well Turkey had a coup.
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Well Turkey had a coup.

Haha lol. I am talking about late 90s and early 2000s to be exact redface.gif
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Haha lol. I am talking about late 90s and early 2000s to be exact redface.gif

Was it something like this?



It appeared to be yellow when i had seen it. Suddenly appeared and flew away, this is for real.
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Was it something like this?



It appeared to be yellow when i had seen it. Suddenly appeared and flew away, this is for real.

I saw red lights on the sky. One second it was on top and the next second it would go towards the horizon. No jets can be that fast.

I also saw bright lights as well. Cant really explain well but to me and my parents there were UFOs.
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When i was on a beach i was swimming with my friend, when i saw it. It was a black / bronze object rotating, almost like it was changing shape.
It flew from the right side stopped, had been rotating for around 30 seconds and flew far away so only little dot could be seen. My friend took off his swimming glasses and was just looking at it with jaw dropped, and i knew at this moment that what i see is real.
Me or him could not explain what it was.
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Question : What if we are the most advanced beings in the universe and every other alien out there are inferior to us througout the galaxy? lol
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Signal was already determined to be of terrestrial origin two days ago.

http://www.seeker.com/no-that-interesting-seti-signal-wasnt-aliens-1993843399.html
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Question : What if we are the most advanced beings in the universe and every other alien out there are inferior to us througout the galaxy? lol
Statistically unlikely.

Our planet has undergone complete oblivion multiple times, resulting in a "reset" for most branches of life. If you assume all life on earth has common lineage, and our evolution has been guided only by (the yet to be explained) natural order through natural selection.. you still have a benchmark of about 4.5 billion years before you get to the "level" of human intelligence.

Given the size of the galaxy, and the fact that even our sun is relatively young... I'd say it's reasonable to assume we're late to the party. In just 1 billion years (sparing a nuclear holocaust or the like) we should be infinitely more complex beings. There are solar systems in our galaxy with sun-like stars that are just finishing up their life cycle and getting ready to explode. Given the scale of the galaxy, it seems reasonable to assume that there are many more like that.. and with the scale of the universe we can only conclude that there must be more life.


It took us a mere 100 years to go from being invisible, primitive life.. to being communicable. The galaxy is 100,000 light years in diameter. If we invented a way to send light-speed communication in all directions 100 years ago, we'd have made that communication to .1% of the galaxy, and according to Einstein's relativity.. we'd only now be capable of hearing roughly .05% of our Galactic neighbors responding.

If we can manage to communicate to our entire galaxy before we drive ourselves into extinction, I'll be impressed. It's quite the task. Quite another task to wait for the response. It'd take 100,000 years for our fastest form of communication to reach the edge of our galaxy, and another 100,000 years to hear that response.

I mean, this is all under the assumption that Einstein is correct and Bohr is wrong. If we can interact with the quantum field to change the results of entangled particles that are beyond ex-communicable distances (based on relativity,) then we can break the light speed barrier. That would open the door for some amazing stuff.

But yeah. As far as being the most intelligent in our galaxy, I'd say that's very unlikely.
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When i was on a beach i was swimming with my friend, when i saw it. It was a black / bronze object rotating, almost like it was changing shape.
It flew from the right side stopped, had been rotating for around 30 seconds and flew far away so only little dot could be seen. My friend took off his swimming glasses and was just looking at it with jaw dropped, and i knew at this moment that what i see is real.
Me or him could not explain what it was.
Was it night? Were ya smokin some homegrown?
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