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    U.S. Nuclear Weapons Compromised by Unidentified Aerial Objects


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    Re: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Compromised by Unidentified Aerial Objects

    I just bought a huge roll of tin foil. Im set.



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    Re: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Compromised by Unidentified Aerial Objects

    Hilarious, I JUST read this 10 minutes ago.



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    Re: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Compromised by Unidentified Aerial Objects

    Cool. Maybe if we give them some bombs they'll trade us some of those super awesome flying discs they have.



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    Re: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Compromised by Unidentified Aerial Objects

    Wow ,I wonder if the 2,000 Nukes stored here at Kirkland AFB(Albuquerque) have been comprised? They are in a Bunker under the Sunport runway and the City council on Monday voted to have the Air force remove them? 5-4 against the resloution.



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    This would make a good history channel show.


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    Re: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Compromised by Unidentified Aerial Objects

    Maybe we can hire them to head to Iraq and dig up the WMD's that we couldn't find?



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    Re: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Compromised by Unidentified Aerial Objects

    Quote Originally Posted by akellar View Post
    Maybe we can hire them to head to Iraq and dig up the WMD's that we couldn't find?
    How do you find something that never existed?



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    Quote Originally Posted by loboclone View Post
    How do you find something that never existed?
    They could use their transporter to take the ones from under Sunport and plant them in Iraq. Two problems solved at once...


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    Quote Originally Posted by loboclone View Post
    How do you find something that never existed?
    That would be where that joke is going... implying that these things don't exist either...


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    Re: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Compromised by Unidentified Aerial Objects

    I hear that they don't like water.



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    Re: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Compromised by Unidentified Aerial Objects

    Quote Originally Posted by loboclone View Post
    How do you find something that never existed?
    Tell that to these people: http://bp1.blogger.com/_M5CaCD0e1eA/...ss+Grave+2.jpg

    To say they never existed is patently false.



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    Re: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Compromised by Unidentified Aerial Objects

    I watched a story on this before. Several (apparently more from this article) career military men with excellent records have came forward long ago, and now again, to say that they saw UFOs/weird, unexplaninable instruments readings during the first and subsequent nuclear weapons tests. Very interesting stuff, and these guys were not your standard people who see UFOs.

    It makes sense though... if extra terrestrial life were to come to Earth, most likely it would be to help and guide our species (sorry but if they wanted to wage war it would be like humans fighting ants given the incredible technological gap they would have to have on humans to master interstellar travel). If aliens were going to tamper, or at least watch over us, the most likely possible time would be during experimentation with huge leaps in technology... especially destructive technology like nuclear weaponry.

    Very interesting stuff. The most plausible accounts of aliens visiting Earth that I have ever heard, given the source and the fact that if they actually did visit us, this would be the time they likely would. But who knows..... obviously it is almost a certainty that intelligent life does exist in the Universe, but also the odds of a species surviving and having the intelligence to travel through interstellar are not as good.


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    Re: U.S. Nuclear Weapons Compromised by Unidentified Aerial Objects

    Maybe they where just really big frisbees.



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