This extraordinary footage shows a UFO over the Kremlin in 2009. Have not encountered anything to debunk this one yet.
Despite the cesspool of trickery on the internet, occasionally the unexplainable stands out.
Has this one been debunked yet?
You are obviously part of the cover up.
Shhhhh we can't let them know! We'll continue this discussion at the meeting.
Hail Xanadu. Glorp Prop Loppy Brop!
CERN LHC is causing us to think outside of the box. proof of the HIggs field means that one day man could manipulate such technology. drones composed of nonbaryonic matter, able to travel faster then the speed of light to distance galaxies even to distance places in the multi-verse.
Physics nowadays is thinking outside of the box. Don't be left behind.
"Thinking outside the box" =/= "accepting theories as true without any proof". That's kind of a common theme here on an atheist forum.
Also, look at the link James D posted in his response. It debunks this video.
Theory starts by postulating things that are not known as true.
This will be the next great leap in technology for man and the only way to explore distant galaxies
Even if that turns out to be true, it doesn't validate this video. The fact of the matter is, the claim was made that according to "witnesses" (I can't put enough quotation marks around that) it was above Moscow for hours.
Let's go over that again. This thing hovered over Moscow, a city with a population of over 11 million.
11 million people. For hours. And this video is all the "evidence" we have. That's a completely ridiculous claim.
All of this is anecdotal until the expert reports are furnished. The Belgium UFO flap has the experts weighing in but heretofore no conclusions. Yet we do not need another Jules Verne classic to inspire us in the next great leap in technology.
Remember we also had our own UFO flap over Washington D.C., the Air Force in hot pursuit in the forties.
Theory start when a hypothesis has been proven. For that to happen, it must be testable, and suggest predictions that can be tested. Your "hypothesis" is as untestable as your religion. While it might, in the most unimaginably remote chance, be true, I'm calling bullshit. Fail.
I did not see an intact Russia building in the video.
Then you didn't look very hard. Here are the links straight out of the article James D linked, so you don't have to do the work:
^ screenshot from video.
^ building in video.
^ proof the hotel was demolished in 2007.