[ExI] ET over Moscow?

Dan dan_ust at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 18 21:21:18 UTC 2010

A friend actually sent this to me. He and I discuss this issue often -- with me 
always asking for unambiguous evidence of ET. He has yet to present me with a 
case that seems to weigh heavily in favor of an ET explanation -- and many cases 
are of "light sources" in the sky variety. And I don't recall an example he's 
sent my way that was from more than one vantage point -- and, so, presuming 
these aren't hoaxes, no means to roughly guess distance and speed.

This surprises me too because of the distribution these days of digital cameras. 
Almost anyone who has a mobile phone has a camera built in that can do video. 
Granted, this isn't going to be high quality imaging, but, if several people 
from different locations were to photograph or film the same phenomenon at 
around the same time, we'd be able to judge distance (or altitude) and speed 
much better.



From: Adrian Tymes <atymes at gmail.com>
To: ExI chat list <extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org>
Sent: Mon, October 18, 2010 2:47:22 PM
Subject: Re: [ExI] ET over Moscow?

Because there's nothing to react to?

All the video shows is a bunch of red light sources among the clouds.

Unidentified and flying, they are.  Objects, maybe - all we see are light 

It is known that there are a number of entirely mundane potential sources of 
lights in the
sky.  Helicopters, balloons, natural phenomena...and given the number of times 
have claimed "OMG ALIENS" only to be decisively proven wrong in such a manner, 
odds seem rather high that this is more of the same.

Now, if you want something from Russia most people don't see very often, take a 
look at

On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 10:53 AM, Dan <dan_ust at yahoo.com> wrote:

>Well, this one is making the rounds and I was wondering why no reactions 

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