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United States Finally Declassifies Project To Build A Flying Saucer (PHOTOS)

Huffingtonpost : The United States government has published drawings and schematics of a flying saucer it attempted to build in the 1950s. (Hi-tech, Web)

Felonycarclub8  +   1096d ago
Kool and I wonder if they actually did build them and most of all those sightings are actually real, lol it would be crazy thou
Dms2012  +   1096d ago
I don't think we had or have the technology to fly at mach bajillion as seen by many witnesses. Also, I saw photos of this thing 15 years ago.
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Straightupbeastly  +   1096d ago
Lol seen by eyewitnesses. There is no such thing as aliens, the flying saucers have been in creation by the government for decades.
Lord_Sloth  +   1096d ago
I saw a giant, gold Skultulla the other night in my room, crawling down towards my head. Doesn't mean it was actually there.

The eyes play all kinds of tricks on us and videos of things moving at a distance are deceptive with their speed.
DarkBlood  +   1095d ago
you cant really say theres no such thing as aliens when we havent gotten to the point of travelling in space yet

i kind of doubt they would just show themselves to us the goverment would probably be all over that shit to hide it from the public for no real reason
Azmatik  +   1095d ago
The way i see it is allll space is just wayyy to rediculously big, so anything we can imagine in a common sense does exist.
360ICE  +   1095d ago
A lot of astrobiologists (yes, that's a real thing) think there may very well be intelligent life on other planets, but them coming here is probably BS so far :/
rezzah  +   1095d ago

wishingW3L  +   1095d ago


I really miss that series. When I was a kid I was a huge fan of it! And there are rumors of a third film about the alien invasion they foretold at the end of the series.
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wnek9  +   1095d ago
cue xfiles theme
Soldierone  +   1095d ago
It's interesting to think about. All kinds of "sightings" of similar looking space craft all sitting in the sky then disappearing. Then the Air Force covers it up with "it was a balloon" or something, yet not denying something was there lol

On another note something else that is interesting. Perhaps they are declassifying it because we may be seeing space craft of real aliens soon, and now they can blow it all off as "test planes" easily.
Smokeeye123  +   1095d ago
I think the History Channel just had an orgasm.
ziggurcat  +   1095d ago
lol ancient aliens
level 360  +   1095d ago
I'm quite sure aerodynamics would play a major part for the U.S. government to abandon their tests'.
justlikeme  +   1095d ago
The people who say there are no aliens have the same mind set as the ones who thought the world was flat, the sun orbits the earth ect.
mechlord  +   1095d ago
My theory is that the Govt got a hold on a real UFO (crashed, i would prefer) and tried to replicate.

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