UFO Update

Discussion in 'H.I. Cantina' started by DannyinJapan, Nov 23, 2010.

  1. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    Today I was watching TV when there was an ad by some scientific company, I think, in which they described a carbon dioxide capturing technology that turned the unwanted waste gas into a substance "like snow."

    I don't know when exactly this process was discovered, but I doubt it could be more than a few years old.

    If anybody else here is a UFO nut like me, then you probably realize what a great piece of evidence this may represent. For those who are not familiar: In many UFO sightings over the years, there have been descriptions of an etherial white substance (called Angel Hair) falling from the sky during or after the UFO was spotted, and in some cases it was seen issuing out from the ship itself.
    The substance basically vaporizes after a little while. It has been put in sealed jars by the brighter witnesses, only to disappear inside the jar. The jar revealed nothing of interest. Paul Hill (NASA) theorized that it was simply waste gases being vented from the ship while in our atmosphere.

    Keep in mind, the "angel hair" reports go back DECADES.

    You could suggest it was reverse engineering. Maybe so. Even if it isn't:
    We create a technology that seems identical to one described by UFO witnesses for decades? (A very specific technology)
    One way or another, it provides physical proof of the possibility of those claims.
     
  2. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    Nobody has anything to say? Wow.
     
  3. Ad Astra

    Ad Astra

    Jul 30, 2004
    :cool: Well... just like many different societies "invented" archery (for example) independently of one another, really different societies must/may at some point independently invent similar technologies ... the challenge of space travel is exactly the same for all of us: getting there. The elements we use are the same. Some common roads will exist. They weren't laughing at our Apollo moon voyages; they were reminiscing.

    Short version: aliens invented fire, too.


    Mike
     
  4. Yvsa

    Yvsa

    May 18, 1999
    WOW!!! Danny it's not that I didn't/don't have anything to say about it - its just that it's been several days since I've been around to say anything...:( :eek: I've still been fervently searching for ways to restore my PC to its former easy way of getting around within itself...
    With that said I remember a little about the Angel Hair and when it first came about. There were all sorts of theories about what it might be. As usual the theories bounded to the ridiculous on both ends of the spectrum; seems like I recall one gentleman suggesting that a very similar method was used by the ET's to distribute Manna to the Jews during their 40 year Exodus...

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  5. mckgreg

    mckgreg Basic Member Basic Member

    Nov 18, 2001
    "Anything" that could capture carbon dioxide and turn it into clean, pure white snow (water) would be beneficial to humanity. In consideration of the potential benefits this ground breaking technology has to offer, doesn't it seem trivial to depend on it's capabilities in order to see what is in a few mason jars of captured UFO smeg? This device, that you are referring to really is quite a remarkable process that enhances the interpolation of hydronuero-tri lectroglides. It was developed by the Chinese in secret to induce rapid pearl production in oysters in a attempt to manipulate the worlds pearl commodity. A documented event. A oyster's life cycle is very much like our atmosphere. It draws in particulates and re-produces the particulates into oxygen and protein which in turn produces life, or in this case, oceanic pearls. The Chinese were using this technology primarily in aquatic, underwater conditions for pearl mining when a young administrator in charge of the scientific team took it upon himself to use this device at a "zero level" setting in an attempt to explore the possibilities of the device during night time semi-aquatic conditions. In layman terms, it would be the air just above the water level that contains a lot of humidity and the luminance of star light. No solar energy from the sun which isn't prevalent in pearl research. It was then, on October 9th 2004, the young administrator was obtaining "zero level" readings with the device while there was UFO activity reported by Chinese air traffic controllers from a airport only 13 miles away. The reported UFO activity has only recently been determined to have taken place directly above the oyster bed test area where the device was being used by pin pointing radar triangulation from the records derived from the nearby airport. This is exact time and place where the data was being calculated by the device!!!!![/U] The "zero level information" was captured by underground scientists from the test group in the oyster bed area seconds before the device was seized by Chinese soldiers. at this time the UFO sighting was denied to have existed by the Chinese Government. The scientists that originally happened upon the information by using the device at "zero level" were threatened, some killed, and the entire issue was discarded/hidden or dismissed as a miscalculation in order the hide the capabilities of the device. (the Chinese didn't report the UFO incident until 2009 although NORAD and NASA already had a record of the UFO intrusion) It wasn't until this year at the Geneva Scientific Gathering ( GSG 2010) that the data was revealed by the Chinese underground scientific community and scrutinized by the worlds most respected Astrophysicists. Their findings were then forwarded to a multinational group of respected UFO scientists for a collaborative review by committee. The global scientific community did conclude on the findings of the Chinese device and the information that was gathered by it from the UFO intervention into our global air space and has been meticulously deciphered. Their conclusion, and I am surprised that it hasn't been reported by the likes of CNN or MSNBC, is that the substance, or off gassing that was thought to be left from UFO's in our atmosphere is actually the residue from children roasting marshmellows over a campfire at night which would explain the star light theory. But as one of the worlds most respected astrophysicists explained:

    "It's more than likely just some lightning bug a child caught in a jar.


    Greg
     
  6. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    Please use a puke bag when you feel the urge to spew. (not my thread)
     
  7. Karda

    Karda Banned BANNED

    Jun 1, 2007
    I don't think he meant any harm, Danny.
    I think that he meant to bring to attention the dangers of speculation.
    At any rate it isnt usually a good thing to just copy and paste something like that without offering some type of discourse on the subject yourself.
     
  8. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    He, like so many people, is scared of the subject and reacts to it with derision and ridicule. (My sister does the same thing sometimes.) The thing is, this is the Cantina; we are supposed to be above that kind of behavior.

    As to the danger of speculation - Might as well turn off the internet.
     
  9. Dave Rishar

    Dave Rishar

    Oct 25, 2004
    Help me out here. My Google Fu has failed me.

    Do you have a link to this company's website? A brief summary of how this technology works? You're pretty sure that this is something new, but how new? Let's nail a date down. Does this just pull CO2 out of the air, or does it purify the exhaust from power plants?

    Without an understanding of how this works and an official explanation of where it came from, we're not even speculating at this point. We're daydreaming.
     
  10. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    Like I said, it was an ad on tv byt the company that developed it. I have found some links on the web, but I haven't seen the ad again. I believe it is related to exhaust.

    All I am saying is: What was once only part of UFO lore is now an actual technology. I'm not talking about silver boots or ray guns, but a very specific, life-support type technology.
     
  11. Dave Rishar

    Dave Rishar

    Oct 25, 2004
    True, but the same could be said for powered flight, at least prior to 1903. I'm not sure that's where the Wright brothers got their ideas from though.

    I tend to favor the simplest explanation when given the option. This technology could have been developed with extraterrestrial assistance, but it's probably more reasonable to assume that a lot of people are spending a lot of money and time on the issue, and something finally broke loose. This is a hot topic currently and good solutions = $$$. That's a pretty solid motivator for innovation, probably the most solid motivator.

    I'm still curious about this method of capturing CO2, though. What's the resulting "snow" consist of? And what do they do with it after it's created?
     
  12. Dave Rishar

    Dave Rishar

    Oct 25, 2004
    Are we talking about Exxonmobil's CFZ technology? I just saw a commercial for this. (As usual, I'm always the last one to hear about these things.)
     
  13. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    I am not suggesting that it was reverse engineered. I am not saying it was even inspired by UFOs. I am saying that one of the many observations made by UFO witnesses in decades past is now a reality of Human technology.
    I hope I am making myself clear, I am not good with words.
    My point is that for "kooks who made it all up," this is a kind of concrete vindication; a sort of small demonstration that what they have described in the past is not only possible, it is being done by us.
    The fact that it is one of the lesser -known UFO characteristics, so specific and unique, makes it all the more valuable to me.
     
  14. kronckew

    kronckew Basic Member Basic Member

    Aug 17, 2003
    process for solidifying co2 has been around for decades.
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    carbon dioxide 'snow' is frozen co2, not h2o
     
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2010
  15. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    I think the development was not solidifying it, but in capturing it. Also, they simply said it "looked like" snow, not that it was snow.
     

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