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Do You Believe In UFO's and Sasquatch

I do.


Well.............. do you?


Just wondering. Random question lol

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Reply #1 posted 06/15/19 9:48am

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Sasquatch: No, nada, nope

UFO? Yes because my mother and I saw one.

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Reply #2 posted 06/15/19 9:50am

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TD3 said:

Sasquatch: No, nada, nope




UFO? Yes because my mother and I saw one.


But what if sasquatches came off the ufo's?
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Reply #3 posted 06/15/19 9:55am

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willow71 said:

TD3 said:

Sasquatch: No, nada, nope

UFO? Yes because my mother and I saw one.

But what if sasquatches came off the ufo's?

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Reply #4 posted 06/15/19 10:08am

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Unidentified flying objects, yes. Aliens from another planet no. Sasquatch no, too many other creatures have gone completely extinct because they couldn't breed enough it's damned near impossible for any species to interbreed and maintain longevity they need large numbers to last.
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Reply #5 posted 06/15/19 10:19am

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TD3 said:

willow71 said:

TD3 said: But what if sasquatches came off the ufo's?

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Reply #6 posted 06/15/19 10:20am

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onlyforaminute said:

Unidentified flying objects, yes. Aliens from another planet no. Sasquatch no, too many other creatures have gone completely extinct because they couldn't breed enough it's damned near impossible for any species to interbreed and maintain longevity they need large numbers to last.



So who do you think in flying the UFOs ?? hmmm

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Reply #8 posted 06/15/19 11:50am

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The bigger question is not UFOs. It's do we believe there is life beyond our planet and our solar system? The logical answer is yes.

In the grand scheme, we've discovered next to nothing. Let's say the big bang theory is right, and that everything exploded into the universe from a source, and the earth is one of those proverbial particles that was massive and ended up supporting life. What about the other pieces and fragments and nuggets of space shit? Are we so egotistical to think we're the only rock that developed life?

I believe we cannot be the only beings in what is thought to be an endless universe. Who says the stars we're just now discovering (meaning their light has just reached us after all this time because it takes time for light to reach anywhere it's going, and think about the ones we won't discover because they don't exist anymore - let that trip you out for a minute) aren't planets with beings on them? Who says our technology is so perfect that we can detect an M-class planet capable of life?

So yeah, I do believe there is other life beyond our own. Will we see it in our lifetime? Probably not, but who knows.

Bigfoot? Nah. I used to be obsessed with bigfoot and UFOs in the 70s when they were all the rage. TV movies, regular movies, TV series, etc. There was even a bionic bigfoot storyline on The Six Million Dollar Man. Everything was so exact and the same, that it balked of a great conspiracy of urban legends rather than proof. Why has no bones, no other debris or anything found from a sasquatch? It's just not real.

I also don't believe that UFO Egyptian hieroglyph picture. Unless I can verified video of the walls in Egypt and that it's went untouched since it was created, it looks terribly convenient for sci-fi writers and someone trying to punk the world.

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Reply #9 posted 06/15/19 4:37pm

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The bigger question is not UFOs. It's do we believe there is life beyond our planet and our solar system? The logical answer is yes.

In the grand scheme, we've discovered next to nothing. Let's say the big bang theory is right, and that everything exploded into the universe from a source, and the earth is one of those proverbial particles that was massive and ended up supporting life. What about the other pieces and fragments and nuggets of space shit? Are we so egotistical to think we're the only rock that developed life?

I believe we cannot be the only beings in what is thought to be an endless universe. Who says the stars we're just now discovering (meaning their light has just reached us after all this time because it takes time for light to reach anywhere it's going, and think about the ones we won't discover because they don't exist anymore - let that trip you out for a minute) aren't planets with beings on them? Who says our technology is so perfect that we can detect an M-class planet capable of life?

So yeah, I do believe there is other life beyond our own. Will we see it in our lifetime? Probably not, but who knows.

Bigfoot? Nah. I used to be obsessed with bigfoot and UFOs in the 70s when they were all the rage. TV movies, regular movies, TV series, etc. There was even a bionic bigfoot storyline on The Six Million Dollar Man. Everything was so exact and the same, that it balked of a great conspiracy of urban legends rather than proof. Why has no bones, no other debris or anything found from a sasquatch? It's just not real.

I also don't believe that UFO Egyptian hieroglyph picture. Unless I can verified video of the walls in Egypt and that it's went untouched since it was created, it looks terribly convenient for sci-fi writers and someone trying to punk the world.

If there is life beyond our own, we will never see it because of the vastness of space. I consider that a good thing - there's no guarantee aliens visiting our world would be friendly. They might regard humans the way Columbus regarded indigenous americans.

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Reply #10 posted 06/15/19 5:24pm

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onlyforaminute said:


Unidentified flying objects, yes. Aliens from another planet no. Sasquatch no, too many other creatures have gone completely extinct because they couldn't breed enough it's damned near impossible for any species to interbreed and maintain longevity they need large numbers to last.



So who do you think in flying the UFOs ?? hmmm





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Reply #11 posted 06/15/19 6:40pm

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luv4u said:

I do.


Well.............. do you?


Just wondering. Random question lol

Nope and Nope....but the Lock Ness Monster is real lol

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Reply #12 posted 06/16/19 12:41am

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uPtoWnNY said:

TrivialPursuit said:

The bigger question is not UFOs. It's do we believe there is life beyond our planet and our solar system? The logical answer is yes.

In the grand scheme, we've discovered next to nothing. Let's say the big bang theory is right, and that everything exploded into the universe from a source, and the earth is one of those proverbial particles that was massive and ended up supporting life. What about the other pieces and fragments and nuggets of space shit? Are we so egotistical to think we're the only rock that developed life?

I believe we cannot be the only beings in what is thought to be an endless universe. Who says the stars we're just now discovering (meaning their light has just reached us after all this time because it takes time for light to reach anywhere it's going, and think about the ones we won't discover because they don't exist anymore - let that trip you out for a minute) aren't planets with beings on them? Who says our technology is so perfect that we can detect an M-class planet capable of life?

So yeah, I do believe there is other life beyond our own. Will we see it in our lifetime? Probably not, but who knows.

Bigfoot? Nah. I used to be obsessed with bigfoot and UFOs in the 70s when they were all the rage. TV movies, regular movies, TV series, etc. There was even a bionic bigfoot storyline on The Six Million Dollar Man. Everything was so exact and the same, that it balked of a great conspiracy of urban legends rather than proof. Why has no bones, no other debris or anything found from a sasquatch? It's just not real.

I also don't believe that UFO Egyptian hieroglyph picture. Unless I can verified video of the walls in Egypt and that it's went untouched since it was created, it looks terribly convenient for sci-fi writers and someone trying to punk the world.

If there is life beyond our own, we will never see it because of the vastness of space. I consider that a good thing - there's no guarantee aliens visiting our world would be friendly. They might regard humans the way Columbus regarded indigenous americans.

There is no way aliens are giong to be even worse than humans

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TD3 said:

Sasquatch: No, nada, nope

UFO? Yes because my mother and I saw one.

What type of UFO was it? And where did you see it?

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Reply #15 posted 06/16/19 9:54am

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If there is life beyond our own, we will never see it because of the vastness of space. I consider that a good thing - there's no guarantee aliens visiting our world would be friendly. They might regard humans the way Columbus regarded indigenous americans.


I mean, we're thinking within the limits of our own mind. We know don't know the technological advances of another species. We don't know their grade of evolution and development, or their square one. And you're right about the friendly factor. We just don't know. It's certainly interesting to consider all of it, though.

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uPtoWnNY said:

If there is life beyond our own, we will never see it because of the vastness of space. I consider that a good thing - there's no guarantee aliens visiting our world would be friendly. They might regard humans the way Columbus regarded indigenous americans.

There is no way aliens are giong to be even worse than humans


We're trash, and we know it. Frankly, we don't care if others know it either. We can't be prepared enough to spiff this place up before E.T. shows up for a drive-by.

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Reply #17 posted 06/16/19 10:23am

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Do I believe in Sasquatch aka bigfoot?
You goddamn right I do.Here's the thing I was out walking around in the woods and I had my walking stick.And I saw this big MF in a distance walking towards me.Right away I knew this was a big MF. He kinda looked at me funny too.I pulled out my pocket knife and got right up on him.I said "you look like a MF Sasquatch". He goes " I am Sasquatch motherfucker".He was a really friendly guy.We went back to my house together,drank a few beers for about 2 hours and I couldnt record one lick of it cuz I had no darn battries.
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Reply #18 posted 06/16/19 10:27am

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I always believed in UFO and life in other Galaxies. Bigfoot I never believed until recently. Yes there has been UFO and bigfoot hoaxes throughout the years. What changed my mind have been all those paranormal shows like Fear the woods in which people tell their experiences and give their opinions about what bigfoot is. It seems to be that bigfoot are creatures from another dimension that travels back and forth from our world to theirs. I also believe a lot of "Demons" are the spirits of aliens that have died on Earth hundreds or even thousands of years ago.

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Goddess4Real said:

luv4u said:

I do.


Well.............. do you?


Just wondering. Random question lol

Nope and Nope....but the Lock Ness Monster is real lol


So is Ogopogo lol

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Reply #20 posted 06/16/19 1:27pm

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There is no way aliens are giong to be even worse than humans

Who knows ? Maybe they are just as selfish as we are, or maybe they are even more brutal and might treat us the way we treat chickens, cows, flies, snakes and whatnot.

Maybe they´ll see us as food or a resource? Like in that Tom Cruise movie War of the Worlds? lol

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Reply #21 posted 06/16/19 2:08pm

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Sure and they're here already keeping an eye upon us. We're not a direct danger since we dont have anti-gravity resources on Earth or the warp knowlegde/technology.
Bigfoot: absolutely not.

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Sure and they're here already keeping an eye upon us. We're not a direct danger since we dont have anti-gravity resources on Earth or the warp knowlegde/technology.
Bigfoot: absolutely not.

I think there are many, many things that can be interpreted as evidence for extraterrestrial visits but there is absolutely no proof for extraterrestrial visits yet.

But tons of proof for UFOs...which are not necessarily extraterrestrial but "unidentified flying objects", so yeah, looking at it like that, there are definitely UFOs.

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What makes you think they are watching us?

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Reply #23 posted 06/16/19 3:41pm

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My family and I have seen stuff in the sky that we can't explain. But all the "high profile" cases that we've discussed ad infinitum here all have (to me) logical explanations. So I'm not outright saying they don't exist; I just think it's less likely than more likely. The bigger question for me is: what is the logical explanation for the stuff my family and I have seen?

I wouldn't be surprised if there's some kind of giant bear-like creature out there somewhere, but it's not an ape-man.

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My family and I have seen stuff in the sky that we can't explain. But all the "high profile" cases that we've discussed ad infinitum here all have (to me) logical explanations. So I'm not outright saying they don't exist; I just think it's less likely than more likely. The bigger question for me is: what is the logical explanation for the stuff my family and I have seen?

I wouldn't be surprised if there's some kind of giant bear-like creature out there somewhere, but it's not an ape-man.

So what did you and your family see? Can you describe it? Was it close to you or was it probably just a satellite or airplane?

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KoolEaze said:

RodeoSchro said:

My family and I have seen stuff in the sky that we can't explain. But all the "high profile" cases that we've discussed ad infinitum here all have (to me) logical explanations. So I'm not outright saying they don't exist; I just think it's less likely than more likely. The bigger question for me is: what is the logical explanation for the stuff my family and I have seen?

I wouldn't be surprised if there's some kind of giant bear-like creature out there somewhere, but it's not an ape-man.

So what did you and your family see? Can you describe it? Was it close to you or was it probably just a satellite or airplane?



1. My experience happened when I was 10. My parents were out bowling, and us kids were playing in the street (it was the 60's, you could do that back then). It was dark. Someone said, "Look!"

In the sky were four bright lights - brighter than stars. They were arranged in a square.

One by one, three of the lights merged with the light in the upper-left-hand corner, and then that light just disappeared.

My parents came home a few minutes later and said they'd seen it, too. My dad called the police station and they told him, "We don't know what that was, but you're about the thousandth person to call it in".

I later learned that in UFO circles, that was called "triangulation" or something like that. Others who had seen similar stuff also reported that after the lights merged, the sky "moved". Sometimes they said time had stopped or sped up. But I don't recall any of that happening with what I saw.

2. About ten or fifteen years ago, my wife and kids were driving to New Mexico, and were somewhere in the middle of nowhere at night. They all say they saw a giant bright object either crash into, or land onto, the ground deep in some woods. None of them could explain what it was, but they all said there was no way it was a plane or helicopter. There was no explosion.

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RodeoSchro said:

KoolEaze said:

So what did you and your family see? Can you describe it? Was it close to you or was it probably just a satellite or airplane?



1. My experience happened when I was 10. My parents were out bowling, and us kids were playing in the street (it was the 60's, you could do that back then). It was dark. Someone said, "Look!"

In the sky were four bright lights - brighter than stars. They were arranged in a square.

One by one, three of the lights merged with the light in the upper-left-hand corner, and then that light just disappeared.

My parents came home a few minutes later and said they'd seen it, too. My dad called the police station and they told him, "We don't know what that was, but you're about the thousandth person to call it in".

I later learned that in UFO circles, that was called "triangulation" or something like that. Others who had seen similar stuff also reported that after the lights merged, the sky "moved". Sometimes they said time had stopped or sped up. But I don't recall any of that happening with what I saw.

2. About ten or fifteen years ago, my wife and kids were driving to New Mexico, and were somewhere in the middle of nowhere at night. They all say they saw a giant bright object either crash into, or land onto, the ground deep in some woods. None of them could explain what it was, but they all said there was no way it was a plane or helicopter. There was no explosion.

Wow, sounds exciting. Thanks for replying.

I wonder why so many UFO encounters happen in Texas , Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico.

The thing you saw as a kind sounds reminiscent of the Phoenix lights incident in 1998 where many people, including the governor, saw a huge flying object hovering over Phoenix.

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RodeoSchro said:



1. My experience happened when I was 10. My parents were out bowling, and us kids were playing in the street (it was the 60's, you could do that back then). It was dark. Someone said, "Look!"

In the sky were four bright lights - brighter than stars. They were arranged in a square.

One by one, three of the lights merged with the light in the upper-left-hand corner, and then that light just disappeared.

My parents came home a few minutes later and said they'd seen it, too. My dad called the police station and they told him, "We don't know what that was, but you're about the thousandth person to call it in".

I later learned that in UFO circles, that was called "triangulation" or something like that. Others who had seen similar stuff also reported that after the lights merged, the sky "moved". Sometimes they said time had stopped or sped up. But I don't recall any of that happening with what I saw.

2. About ten or fifteen years ago, my wife and kids were driving to New Mexico, and were somewhere in the middle of nowhere at night. They all say they saw a giant bright object either crash into, or land onto, the ground deep in some woods. None of them could explain what it was, but they all said there was no way it was a plane or helicopter. There was no explosion.

Wow, sounds exciting. Thanks for replying.

I wonder why so many UFO encounters happen in Texas , Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico.

The thing you saw as a kind sounds reminiscent of the Phoenix lights incident in 1998 where many people, including the governor, saw a huge flying object hovering over Phoenix.



I've read up on the Phoenix Lights, and I believe they weren't UFOs. The first viewing were airplanes, and the second was flares.

The lights I saw looked like stars, but brighter. They were too far away/too small to be identified as anything but a light.

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