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Nah, my friend threw my glowstick... I guess that's where it ended up. lol

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Oh the truth is definitely out there. A few of my Facebook chums had this video on their profiles and I find it intriguing. That said it does seem an explanation has been forthcoming. Don't you just groan when the explanations start coming in? Wouldn't the world be much more exciting if we never had the had explanations. :whistling:

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"Unfortunately, this video is not from Hangzhou but from Kazakhstan and was taken on June 30th and shows a Progress M launch from the Baikonur," Forden said. The rocket seen here, in other words, was a routine launch to resupply the International Space Station. "It looks so strange because the upper stages have already left the earths atmosphere and the plume has expanded to many kilometers. It's very unusual to see this from the Earth's surface (and very

interesting since it shows the transition from one stage to another) but it is not a black-ops rocket at all."

Source: theatlantic.com

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What amazes me is the different sources are major sources and yet they have different stories about the incident, Yahoo buzz and The Atlantic.

Also consider this, look at how often governments cover up things, especially anything related to ET. We honestly don't know what the truth is anymore, we know it's out there, but it's at a point where we will have to go find it ourselves, be a bunch of Mulders, we can't depend upon any government or the news media.

One night a few years back we had a storm come through town and my girlfriend and I were on the phone at different ends of the city talking about the big strange cloud in the sky. Then for about 30 seconds the cloud opened up at one spot and both of us swear to this day we saw a metal of some kind. It was alittle shiny. The following day there was nothing in the news about it and neither one of us could get anyone to listen to us. We know what we saw, at the same time, 11 miles apart. So, was this the Asgard :alien2: or the US military?

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I see a lot of strange stuff out here in NY, but we're never sure if its something in the water or not. Or if its the airport. I lay in my backyard at night and I see some of the strangest things, but no one believes me :closedeyes::unsure:

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I am growing

And I am growing anxious

And I am growing weary

And I am growing closer

And I am growing up

And I am growing impatient

And I am growing leery

And I am growing wise

And I am growing less

And less

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Oh Kara, I believe you, and believe me, no one believes me either. Understand all that? :whistling: I think it's something in the air that we breathe when we look up. :teehee::blink:

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too long for  those who grieve; too short for those who rejoice.

But for those who love, time is eternity."

(Jane Fellowes)

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