The military has Tic Tac sightings exhibiting intelligent behavior, what’s up?,

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  • #46551

    michael17
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    https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRpugLH3/

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    #46553

    jakelafort
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    Well it fulfills a prophecy. That much is obvious. It is up to you to inform us.

    #46554

    michael17
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    Well it fulfills a prophecy. That much is obvious. It is up to you to inform us.

    We must preference all conclusions with; if  this has been authenticated by reliable sources then…

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    #46556

    jakelafort
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    Preference?

    Reference?

    #46579

    Unseen
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    First, you might want to learn the difference between Tik Tok and Tic Tacs.

    Then, you might want to show some evidence of skepticism. Have you thought at all about ways this might be false, given that there’s no corroborating evidence (like radar)?

    #46583

    michael17
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    First, you might want to learn the difference between Tik Tok and Tic Tacs. Then, you might want to show some evidence of skepticism. Have you thought at all about ways this might be false, given that there’s no corroborating evidence (like radar)?

    Your presumption is that it’s baryonic. But these things defy the laws of physics. Hence no radar is least wonder.

    #46584

    Well at least they don’t have any half integer spin. Phew!

    #46585

    _Robert_
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    They defy the laws of physics? LOL. Oh well, then by all means, this must be true then. This guy’s story becomes more elaborate with each telling, just like the babble. The “it reappeared again” part is a new twist compared to his initial tellings. That shitty animation does need that spooky UFO music, however. Once again, we have zero evidence. Bummer.

    #46586

    michael17
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    Well at least they don’t half any half integer spin. Phew!

    LOL, subatomic quandary.

    #46589

    michael17
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    They defy the laws of physics? LOL. Oh well, then by all means, this must be true then. This guy’s story becomes more elaborate with each telling, just like the babble. The “it reappeared again” part is a new twist compared to his initial tellings. That shitty animation does need that spooky UFO music, however. Once again, we have zero evidence. Bummer.

    Allegedly, the military believes in the return of  the Anunnaki along with robbing the tomb  of  Nimrod ( based on Hillary Clinton’s emails, from the gulf war). But yes we need evidence and not simulations.

    #46591

    Unseen
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    Your presumption is that it’s baryonic. But these things defy the laws of physics. Hence no radar is least wonder.

    You’re the one presuming it’s non-baryonic. What proof do you have that there’s no physics-based explanation or that the whole account is a hoax?

    #46597

    michael17
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    Your presumption is that it’s baryonic. But these things defy the laws of physics. Hence no radar is least wonder.

    You’re the one presuming it’s non-baryonic. What proof do you have that there’s no physics-based explanation or that the whole account is a hoax?

    There’s a catch 22 in proving something is nonbaryonic. It’s unfalsifiable .

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    Allegedly, the military believes in the return of the Anunnaki along with robbing the tomb of Nimrod ( based on Hillary Clinton’s emails, from the gulf war).

    Oh man, I so want that to be true!

    #46602

    There’s a catch 22 in proving something is nonbaryonic. It’s unfalsifiable .

    Not if you are a Neutrino.

    #46603

    michael17
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    Allegedly, the military believes in the return of the Anunnaki along with robbing the tomb of Nimrod ( based on Hillary Clinton’s emails, from the gulf war). Oh man, I so want that to be true!

    Ha ha, Hollywood would have a fields day.

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