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    Cool 'Dead Alien' Found in Siberia. Alien Device Found in Siberia,aliens Spoke to Them in 'cat-like Language'




    http://news.msn.co.nz/article/823936...d-in-siberia\\

    http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/-...und-in-russia/

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/news...n-Siberia.html

    http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/...ien-discovery/



    Russian Researchers Say Debris of Alien Device found in Siberia

    http://www.ufoevidence.org/feature/Tunguska.htm

    Russian flight controllers claim aliens spoke to them in 'cat-like language'
    Air traffic controllers in Siberia claim to have been buzzed by a high-speed UFO with a female sounding alien speaking to them in an unintelligible cat-like language.

    The object had suddenly burst onto flight monitors over the remote Russian diamond capital of Yakutsk, and it was shown flying at a speed of slightly over 6000 mph, and rapidly changing direction.

    The UFO was logged at a height of 64, 895 feet above sea level and appeared to interfere with aviation frequencies.
    http://www.sify.com/news/russian-fli...cqkcgefgg.html

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    Saw this a couple days ago
    Not quite sure what to think

    I mean, there have been a lot of bizarre UFO activity as of late...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elessar View Post
    Saw this a couple days ago
    Not quite sure what to think

    I mean, there have been a lot of bizarre UFO activity as of late...
    So you're considering the possibility that this is not a hoax?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forrest King View Post
    So you're considering the possibility that this is not a hoax?
    It could be one of those Cat aliens

    *Meow Meow*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forrest King View Post
    So you're considering the possibility that this is not a hoax?
    I don't know, I'm not convinced either way, somewhat of a skeptical apathetic, haven't put much effort into actually finding out.
    It would be very satisfying it it were real. It certainly looks real, but then again these are Russian cameras, so the quality must not be so great. That, or the hoaxer was skilled in making the alien.

    I do however believe something extra-terrestrial was recently at the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. Nothing like that can be man-made.

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    Scientists from the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk claim that they have discovered several artifacts with extraterrestrial writings near the fall site of the Tunguska meteorite, the Regnum news agency reports.

    The president of the Tunguska Space Phenomenon research foundation told reporters that several quartz boulders with mysterious writings on them were found in the Tunguska river basin in 2006.

    http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com...s.php?id=93228

    http://www.russianspy.org/2007/04/19...ed-in-siberia/

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    Was a massive blast in Siberia an asteroid or a clumsy alien attempt to make contact?


    At 7.17am on June 30, 1908, a towering column of light, bright as the sun and blueygold in colour, hovered in the sky above the dense forests of Siberia.

    Minutes later came a blinding flash, a wall of blistering heat, a pillar of fire and a staggering explosion which flattened trees and bushes, and burned everything in its path.

    'The sky split in two and fire appeared high and wide over the forest,' a member of the local Evenki tribe remembered.

    'The split in the sky grew larger, and the entire northern side was covered with fire.

    'At that moment I became so hot I couldn't bear it, as if my shirt was on fire. I wanted to tear off my shirt and throw it down, and then the sky slammed shut. A strong thump sounded and I was thrown a few yards.'


    The Evenki tribesman was one of the lucky ones. The blast was 1,000 times more powerful than the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    Explosions could be heard more than 600 miles away, tremors hurled people off their feet more than 40 miles away and more than 80 million trees covering 830 square miles were flattened.

    The Tunguska Event - as the devastation became known - went down in history as the greatest cosmic impact of modern times.

    A century on, scientists are still bickering about what really happened near the Podkamennaya Tunguska River in Russia.

    Was it an asteroid - a lump of rock and iron the size of a football stadium which hurtled towards the earth at a speed of seven miles a second?

    Or perhaps a comet - made of ice and mud? Or an 'earth burp' - a sudden gigantic expulsion of methane from the ground? Or maybe a collision with a 'smallish' black hole?

    Or was it in fact - as a staggering number of people really do seem to believe - the work of a bunch of incompetent aliens trying, rather clumsily, to get in touch?

    Perhaps by the end of the week, we'll have a better idea. Because in a desperate bid to solve the mystery once and for all, Russian scientists at a special anniversary symposium being held in Moscow have spent the past few days chewing over the options.

    And, due to the lack of an obvious crater, debris or, indeed, any firm evidence that something solid did actually crash to earth, they're considering every possibility - from asteroids and comets to some rather more colourful schools of thought.

    Such as that of Yuri Lavbin, head of the Tunguska Space Phenomenon Public State Fund, who blames it all on aliens and, before you scoff, insists he has the evidence to prove it - wreckage from their spaceship that he says he discovered four years ago


    And even the UFO conspiracy theorists are fiercely divided as to why, precisely, extraterrestrial creatures would have wanted to annihilate a great swathe of barely populated Siberian forest.

    Some claim they were friendly aliens, keen to help out vulnerable Earthlings.

    So the explosion was the result of an alien weapon shooting down a meteorite which would have caused far more devastation if it had been allowed to impact.

    Others say it was the result of an exploding alien space ship. Or an alien attack.

    Although, if so, why Siberia? It's not exactly a prime spot. Maybe they set their watches too fast - just four hours later and London, which lies at the same latitude, would have been razed and millions of people would have been killed.

    Experts say that an explosion of that size would wipe out an area equivalent to everything within the M25.

    Yet another faction insist it was all a dreadful extraterrestrial cock-up, and that residents on a far off planet mistook the massive 1883 Krakatoa eruption as a cheerful communication from Earth.

    Or - please suspend belief a little longer - the devastation of 80 million trees was the result of the aliens' over-enthusiastic response with a laser probe.

    Whatever the cause, the explosion sent an atmospheric shockwave twice around the world and turned night into day across Europe.

    Britain was lit for several days by a beautiful white and yellow sky, bright enough for midnight games of cricket and golf across the country.

    This phenomenon is now thought to have been due to sunlight scattered by dust from the fireball's plume.

    In a letter to a newspaper, one reader wrote: 'I myself was aroused from sleep at 1.15am, and so strong was the light at this hour, that I could read a book by it quite comfortably.

    At 1.45am, the whole sky was a delicate salmon pink, and the birds began their morning song.'
    Shockwaves

    Extraordinarily, despite the global shockwaves, dust particles, midnight sun and cricket matches, no one bothered to pop up to Siberia to see what had happened for 13 years - the Russian czars weren't that bothered about the backward Tungus people.

    But finally, in 1921, Russian mineralogist Leonid Kulik visited the region, interviewed local eyewitnesses, decided a meteorite must have been the cause and persuaded the Russian authorities to fund an aerial survey in 1938.

    This revealed how the flattened trees were angled away from the epicentre of the explosion over a 30-mile-wide zone, in the shape of a butterfly - but there was no crater.

    Back in Moscow, the debate rages on. If idiot aliens are just too much to swallow, the Russian symposium will also be considering whether an American scientist called Nikola Tesla had anything to do with it all.

    Apparently, he'd developed a 'death ray' (a particle beam weapon which travels at the speed of light) at about this time and had been testing it out in a rather cavalier fashion.

    Last Thursday, three Italian experts insisted that Lake Cheko, five miles from the epicentre of the blast, was the missing impact crater.

    And if it was, after all, a meteor? Look on the bright side. According to NASA, midsize meteor strikes occur only once every 300 years.

    And given that only a tiny fraction of the earth is heavily populated, and 70 per cent is covered with water, the odds of a direct strike on a populated area are pleasingly remote.

    Whatever it was - alien incompetence or bog-standard meteorite - the Tunguska Event remains one of modern humanity's narrowest escape from extraterrestrial destruction.

    And the spaceship wreckage? Well, it could be an uncanny coincidence, but it turns out the Tunguska site is downrange from the Baikonur Cosmodrome and, over the years, has been repeatedly scattered with Russian space debris.

    Meanwhile, the local community have very sensibly dismissed it all as a load of rubbish, and marked the 100-year anniversary of the explosion by unveiling a statue to the Evenki god of thunder. But the UFO debate rages on.
    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...#ixzz1K2DIMJa9

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    It was a hoax.

    "The students behind the discovery of an alien's body at a UFO 'crash site' have admitted that it was a 'crummy' hoax made out of stale bread.
    Friends Timur Hilall, 18, and Kirill Vlasov, 19, shot the video that showed the alien's mangled remains frozen in snow in Irkutsk, Siberia.
    The pair were questioned by police over their 'extraterrestrial discovery' but admitted to their stunt.

    But not before their creation became an internet sensation, drawing almost 700,000 hits on YouTube.
    Their find was deemed serious enough for the Kremlin to get involved and a spokesman from the Russian interior ministry confirmed the hoax.
    'We found the alien in one of the student's homes,' he said.
    'It was lying under his bed and an examination of it revealed it had been made of bread crumbs which were covered in chicken skin.'"


    (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz1KCPbBTG1)

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