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UFOs caught over London, Kentucky with pictures


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lem0nsqueezy   posted:7/17/2013 9:24:18 PM  (Reply)
I captured these crafts in London, KY. I was orginally taking pictures of the storm but later that night I realized I caught more than then that. I have talked to a few people about this, and I've gotten Government weather control devices, Extraterrestrial Crafts Replenishing their power cell from the lightening. What Do You All Think?

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gary107   posted:7/19/2013 2:02:43 AM  (Reply)
I have also read reports and seen photographs of crafts appearing to work water sources likely for the D2O in the H2O. We have know for sixty years that Saturn and Jupiter give out more energy that they take in, which implies that cold fusion works up there. There is reason to believe that what is being reported with remote programmed "collector" craft sightings are "unmanned" craft just following route collection methods for a cold fusion larger space craft just passing by Earth and using our waters to refuel with D2O.
gary107   posted:7/19/2013 9:30:17 AM  (Reply)
/... just passing by Earth world...
lem0nsqueezy   posted:7/28/2013 4:05:34 PM  (Reply)
That's what I was thinking was going on in these photos - Refueling and moving on. Really cool that I captured a series of photos like these.
RedBird   posted:7/29/2013 7:05:58 AM  (Reply)
All I see are clouds.
gary107   posted:7/29/2013 11:30:59 AM  (Reply)
Look at all these dead bodies around and on top of Breed's Hill [mistaken called Bunker Hill]. Over 400 Protestant Irish colonialists on top and over 1000 Catholic Irish wearing the King's Redcoats going up from the landing sites. The colonialists went up to "fight for the rights of Englishmen," they became Americans instead. The interesting course that history takes on us. It is not what we intend, it is what we do that counts.
gary107   posted:7/29/2013 11:31:00 AM  (Reply)
Look at all these dead bodies around and on top of Breed's Hill [mistaken called Bunker Hill]. Over 400 Protestant Irish colonialists on top and over 1000 Catholic Irish wearing the King's Redcoats going up from the landing sites. The colonialists went up to "fight for the rights of Englishmen," they became Americans instead. The interesting course that history takes on us. It is not what we intend, it is what we do that counts.
gary107   posted:7/29/2013 11:31:00 AM  (Reply)
Look at all these dead bodies around and on top of Breed's Hill [mistaken called Bunker Hill]. Over 400 Protestant Irish colonialists on top and over 1000 Catholic Irish wearing the King's Redcoats going up from the landing sites. The colonialists went up to "fight for the rights of Englishmen," they became Americans instead. The interesting course that history takes on us. It is not what we intend, it is what we do that counts.
gary107   posted:7/30/2013 10:58:36 AM  (Reply)
The British Crown government had just passed the "Quebec Act" that gave the Roman Catholic Church equal status with the Episcopalian Church in British North America. The Irish Protestants of New England were against this, the Irish Catholics in the British army supported it, 1400 dead was a bad day for the Irish.
Jaxerback   posted:7/30/2013 9:34:01 PM  (Reply)
Just shut up you idiot.
gary107   posted:8/4/2013 10:55:40 AM  (Reply)
our H2 and H3 are rare and valuable natural resources and therefore we should not permit their depletion by others not concerned for life on our world. D2O allows water to turn around corners. A lost of it will increase the number of heart attacks common among our peoples here on Earth world. We also use them in the building of our H-bombs. A depletion make worse by "others" using them for/in the cold fusion process. Bought a book by Thomas Cahill "How the Irish Saved Civilization" for just one American dollar, reading worth the price.
gary107   posted:8/4/2013 10:55:41 AM  (Reply)
our H2 and H3 are rare and valuable natural resources and therefore we should not permit their depletion by others not concerned for life on our world. D2O allows water to turn around corners. A lost of it will increase the number of heart attacks common among our peoples here on Earth world. We also use them in the building of our H-bombs. A depletion make worse by "others" using them for/in the cold fusion process. Bought a book by Thomas Cahill "How the Irish Saved Civilization" for just one American dollar, reading worth the price.
gary107   posted:8/4/2013 10:55:41 AM  (Reply)
our H2 and H3 are rare and valuable natural resources and therefore we should not permit their depletion by others not concerned for life on our world. D2O allows water to turn around corners. A lost of it will increase the number of heart attacks common among our peoples here on Earth world. We also use them in the building of our H-bombs. A depletion make worse by "others" using them for/in the cold fusion process. Bought a book by Thomas Cahill "How the Irish Saved Civilization" for just one American dollar, reading worth the price.
ParanormalPaul   posted:8/11/2013 9:26:07 PM  (Reply)
Wow, reading these comments, and after the first post nothing that gary107 states makes any sense whatsoever.
Intersting pictures lemonsqueezy. Have you gotten anymore? Ever have any other sightitngs?
gary107   posted:8/12/2013 11:07:17 AM  (Reply)
never heard of "cold fusion?" In high school back in the early 1960's there was a small group of us guys who who were picked to be in the "Experimental Sciences" program on campus. We received mimeographed reading materials and attended related lab classes. They must have had such classes on each campus in the country, but I never asked. There are times in your young life when you feel you are being set aside and groomed for something or other. There are techniques you can pick up on how to study changes and produce formulas from raw data. That is what the program was structured to teach. We knew from reports that both Saturn and Jupiter gave out far more energy than they could possibly be taking in from the Sun. From the "Alloy Committee" project that came from funds supplied by the Royal Navy in the late 1920's it was understood that the structure of the physical world could only hold or support so many heavy atomic structures, there was a natural limit to what was to be expected. When the German Nazis invaded France in May 1940 it became necessary to transfer the lab sixty miles outside of Paris across the Atlantic to Canada, where there were a lot of Uranium resources. When America entered the war in late 1941 the project for building the fission bomb was transferred to an isolated area of New Mexico. It turned out the British scientists were correct in their approach and it took far less refined material for constructing the core to those bombs. Both the Germans and the Japanese continued their projects to the end based on the theories that it would have taken 10x as much refined materials than it actually did. So we were able to use two of the devices on port cities in August of 1945. Knowing that our Sun was made of Hydrogen and some Helium it was speculated in the late 19th century that our local star Sol [the Sun] produced it's heat from burning Hydrogen into Helium. Using isotopes of Hydrogen [0.02% of all naturally occurring Hydrogen] we were able to produce the "Superbomb" or H-bomb. From home films of "OFO's" or "IAC's" we concluded that they were collecting our Hydrogen isotopes for some purpose,[ long process involved here] , we concluded they had "cold fusion" working reactors. [I suggest you review the development of the electro-spectrograph in the 19th century and how the element Cesium became the first element detected in that process]. In life you will find out that there are two kinds of people,
a) those who need to know and b) shirt-sleeve relatives who get to hear it all anyway. A shirt-sleeve relative with a background in the history of the Philosophy of Science can be difficult to distinguished from the research scientists, but a good rule a thumb is that the research folks are far less concern with the social consequences of their projects compared to the task of producing "results."




gary107   posted:8/12/2013 11:17:49 AM  (Reply)
/ ...from home films of "UFO's" or "IAC's"....
... buit a good rule o' thumb is ...
I would make it perfectly clear that I am not a spy, I am just an interested observer in this historical process.
Jaxerback   posted:8/12/2013 7:46:49 PM  (Reply)
And the point is......??
ParanormalPaul   posted:8/13/2013 10:32:04 AM  (Reply)

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Jaxerback  posted:8/12/2013 7:46:49 PM  (Reply)
And the point is......??
I'm not sure if there is a point. And if there is one, it is hidden real well, after three readings I still can not find it
gary107   posted:8/13/2013 12:59:07 PM  (Reply)
does PPaul not have a background in the science of Physics? It is clear he has short comings in religion and history. No interesting reading or "gems" from this one? Another with reading comprehension deficiency among the public? "A gentleman never unintentionally insults anyone." - Oscar Wilde [known to have had Irish proclivities]
ParanormalPaul   posted:8/13/2013 1:22:38 PM  (Reply)

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gary107  posted:8/13/2013 12:59:07 PM  (Reply)
does PPaul not have a background in the science of Physics? It is clear he has short comings in religion and history. No interesting reading or "gems" from this one? Another with reading comprehension deficiency among the public? "A gentleman never unintentionally insults anyone." - Oscar Wilde [known to have had Irish proclivities]
No there is no background in physics, and I really don't believe that you have one either. The only shortcomings here is your lack of knowledge in religion and history. And NO, creating and making it up does not count as real theology or history.
My reading comprehension is quite superb.
As far as quoting Oscar Wilde, easy to do on the internet. I can search and copy any quote that I may come across.
This is just an example gary.......
"The trouble with writing a book about yourself is that you can't fool around. If you write about someone else, you can stretch the truth from here to Finland. If you write about yourself the slightest deviation makes you realize instantly that there may be honor among thieves, but you are just a dirty liar." Groucho Marx


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