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Posted by Dima M. on January 13, 2002 01:59:35 UTC

THis is a little off the topic, but here it goes...
They showed a shocking video on TV a while ago. NASA filmed it on a mission. They had a 12-mile long wirte attached to a spaceship and on the other end of it was a satellite. The satellite was supposed to move up that pole or something. Well, the mission failed, when the pole broke at the base. So u have this picture of a 12-mile long, 1-mile in diameter, I think, pole floating in space. Then, all of a sudden, a whole bunch of doughnut-shaped disks create a formation near the pole. They are just like doughnuts, only there is a small notch on the inner side of them. There were so many of them! Like 50! Experts looked at the video, and approximated the diameter of those things to be like 3 miles!

An interesting fact is that long time ago archaeologists found an ancient site somewhere (in Asia I think) and there were monuments from stone that looked EXACTLY like those objects (they actually showed the picture of those stones). They said that maybe many years ago people were visited by extraterrestrials and decided to leave a sign of their presense.



Something else.. It's been noticed that if you use a camera to tape something outdoors, there are some weird lines floating in the air. U can't see them yourself, but they are visible on tape. That was really crazy

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