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Re: Nab the n00b

Postby Buckwild » Thu Feb 03, 2011 1:10 am

Hello the Nablinator (1/2 Nab & 1/2 Terminator), :mrgreen:

Well, first of all, I've heard about this forum for the first time in one of your private messages, this is why I am here. Thx !

The few UFOs I have seen were never too weird to rationalize, which may explain why I am not as obsessed with UFOs as some people I met on forums - my crazy friend Buckwild for example.


:mrgreen:

What is stranger, someone a little obsessed by what he thinks is a myth or someone clearly obsessed because of it's own observation ? Well, I did not talk about it in this forum but yes, I am a witness of a 20 mn long, daytime & clear blue skies sighting that I (or nobody I know) cannot rationalize but it is another story...

I did find a remedy to my obsession...women...but it's not cheaper... :mrgreen:

Cheers bro',
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Re: Nab the n00b

Postby Access Denied » Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:19 am

Buckwild wrote:
...my crazy friend Buckwild for example.

:mrgreen:

Oh good, a healthy sense of humor. I thought we had lost you... :)

[I have some replies to you I was working on in the queue I'll finish now]

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Re: Nab the n00b

Postby nablator » Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:32 am

Buckwild wrote:Hello the Nablinator (1/2 Nab & 1/2 Terminator), :mrgreen:
What is stranger, someone a little obsessed by what he thinks is a myth or someone clearly obsessed because of it's own observation ?

Bucky my old pal,

It is time for you to realize that UFOs are both a myth and (in most cases) have a physical component. Craziness is either a side effect of studying UFOs or a necessary evil. I haven't decided which yet. :)

I'm glad you're back!
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Re: Nab the n00b

Postby Buckwild » Thu Feb 10, 2011 2:16 am

nablator wrote:
Buckwild wrote:Hello the Nablinator (1/2 Nab & 1/2 Terminator), :mrgreen:
What is stranger, someone a little obsessed by what he thinks is a myth or someone clearly obsessed because of it's own observation ?

Bucky my old pal,

It is time for you to realize that UFOs are both a myth and (in most cases) have a physical component. . :)

I'm glad you're back!


Hi Nab',

What made you think that I did not realize this ? On the other hand, I think that it is time for ufo-skeptics to realize that ufology is wack, it does not matter on which side you are in. This is why I say that I am ufology-skeptic as opposed to a ufo-skeptic. There's a big difference because once you understand this, you understand why ufology is a dead-end in regards to the ETH or to the discovery of any new atmospherical/meteorological phenomena.

Hi AD,

Sorry for the delay in between my messages but I am either at sea or in the air lately (in remote locations in the Alps).

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Re: Nab the n00b

Postby nablator » Thu Feb 10, 2011 3:25 pm

Buckwild wrote:There's a big difference because once you understand this, you understand why ufology is a dead-end in regards to the ETH or to the discovery of any new atmospherical/meteorological phenomena.

Sure it is. But it's entertaining. :)
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Re: Nab the n00b

Postby Buckwild » Fri Feb 11, 2011 2:00 am

nablator wrote:
Buckwild wrote:There's a big difference because once you understand this, you understand why ufology is a dead-end in regards to the ETH or to the discovery of any new atmospherical/meteorological phenomena.


Sure it is. But it's entertaining. :)


'Sup Nab',

Well, after roughly 60 years of Ufology, there sure is an exception that (kinda) proves the rule. :) Correct me if I am wrong but I do have one and only positive example to talk about.

James Bunnel is a "Marfalogist*" sort of speak and he is the first person in Continental N.America who captured (video) a gigantic jet**.

* : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marfa_lights
** : http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn1 ... phere.html

Here is his website : http://www.nightorbs.net/index_files/index.htm

Here is the scientific paper that came out :
http://www.agu.org/journals/ABS/2007/2007JD008575.shtml
http://www.estofex.org/files/2007JD008575-pip.pdf

For those interested by the so-called ML, here are two documents :

http://uweb.txstate.edu/~ks22/pdfs/MLPaper_AJP.pdf
http://www.spsnational.org/wormhole/utd_sps_report.pdf


Enjoy !


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