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UFO caught on NBC camera during IND vs NO game

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That's a good one. Would love to see it right off the television screen instead of a youtube vid. If you watch the slo-mo replay you can see that in one frame it's half way behind the building, so it's not between the camera lens and building, but behind it. Seems like there have been more and more alien/UFO's in the news lately... Almost like the media are priming us for when they let the cat out of the bag

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not sure why people don't believe in UFO's to be honest....think of the advances in technology on earth in a very short amount of time...surely there are much older and advanced planets out there than ours.

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not sure why people don't believe in UFO's to be honest....think of the advances in technology on earth in a very short amount of time...surely there are much older and advanced planets out there than ours.

Probably because of vids like this.

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good point...back to the tits...I believe in those because the vids are way better

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Unidentified flying object? Could have been a flying penis for all I know.

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They are bugs...

then, that's one giant bug flying behind the cathedral.

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Unidentified flying object? Could have been a flying penis for all I know.

John Travolta flies his own plane.

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They were just trying to bring Peyton a new neck because they're tired of watching the Colts blow too.

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Stare into the square and repeat after me:

There is no such thing as UFO's

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There is no such thing as UFO's

There is no such thing as UFO's

There is no such thing as UFO's

There is no such thing as UFO's

There is no such thing as UFO's

There is no such thing as UFO's

There is no such thing as UFO's

There is no such thing as UFO's

There is no such thing as UFO's

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You have to be one truly ignorant and simple minded individual to think that were the only sentient beings in the ENTIRE galaxy.

Statistics

1) The number of galaxies. An estimated 50 billion galaxies are visible with modern telescopes and the total number in the universe must surely exceed this number by a huge factor, but we will be conservative and simply double it. That's 100,000,000,000 galaxies in the universe.

2) The number of stars in an average galaxy. As many as hundreds of billions in each galaxy.

Lets call it just 100 billion.

That's 100,000,000,000 stars per galaxy.

3)The number of stars in the universe.

So the total number of stars in the universe is roughly 100 billion x 100 billion.

That's 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars, 10 thousand, billion, billion. Properly known as 10 sextillion. And that's a very conservative estimate.

4) The number of stars that have planetary systems. The original extra-solar system planet hunting technology dictated that a star needed to be to close to us for a planet to be detected, usually by the stars 'wobble'. Better technology that allows us to measure the dimming of a stars brightness when a planet crosses its disk has now revolutionised planet hunting and new planets are being discovered at an ever increasing rate. So far around 100 have been discovered so we have very little data to work on for this estimate. Even so, most cosmologists believe that planetary formation around a star is quite common place. For the sake of argument let us say it's not and rate it at only one in a million and only one planet in each system, as we want a conservative estimate, not an exaggerated one. That calculation results in:

10,000,000,000,000,000 planets in the universe. Ten million, billion, as a conservative estimate.

5) The number planets capable of supporting life. Let's assume that this is very rare among planets and rate it at only one in a million. Simple division results in:

10,000,000,000 planets in the universe capable of producing life. Ten billion

We are not alone its only a matter of time before its public knowledge and accepted

Now im gonna go put on my starfleet uniform

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