Friday, April 8, 2016

Google Earth Crashed Flying Saucer Image Solved


Some people spend hours, scouring Google Earth, looking for images of strange things and hidden objects. Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, sunken ships, top sevret military bases, and of course crashed UFO's. Parabreakdown takes a look at one of these images, and gets to the bottom of things.


10 comments:

  1. First for all, with emphasis on the knowers and believers!

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  2. Woo nonsense. Fits in well with magical 9 foot apes.

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    1. If they were all that magical... We wouldn't have all the evidence for them now, would we?

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    2. Sad that the world isn't on fire for your evidence. What excuse would you like to cut and paste today?

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    3. It's fortunate for me then that everyone who does look at it though, either fails to explain it away, or throughly endorses it. The world can't be on fire for something it doesn't know.

      My "excuses" are in fact the occasions where you learn a little more.

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    4. What's the ratio? 90% "fails to explain it away" and 10% "thoroughly endorse"? Be specific. Since we don't have proof, it is a probability game.

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    5. Put it like this... Every single reputable person who's looked at this topic, either fails to explain it away, or ends up endorsing it.

      The probability of that falling on deaf ears?

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    6. Hardly a credible analysis, professor.

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    7. I tell you what... Look into it yourself. You'll come to the same conclusion, if you're a PROPER sceptic.

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  3. Two words, Water....Tank....

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