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Shuttle Columbia SHOT DOWN by UFO Pt.2/2

  • -Marduk-
  • uploaded: Oct 4, 2008
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This set of 2 videos provides information that links a possible shootdown of the Columbia Space Shuttle by a U.F.O. It is incredibly stunning, you MUST keep an open mind while viewing this. I have gone and done my own research and I personally believe all of this is fact. I do not believe the U.F.O.'s that shot down the Space Shuttle were from another World. In my research I have come across several websites stating and providing evidence that they were made here on Earth and I am unsure of the intentions on WHY they shot Columbia down. Do your own research on this subject, you may be startled on what you may come across.

This is all based on theory so it is NOT defintie yet it is very interesting to ponder about as well as to research. Watch and learn, I hope you enjoy, stay safe to ALL of you Truth Seekers out there!



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3 comments

  • Spikey#

    Spikey July 14, 2010 2:40:33 PM CEST

    Ok, sounds plausible, but is there any proof there ever was wing damage at liftoff? If not, we only have NASA's word, and frankly that doesn't carry a great deal of weight with a lot of people these days.In fact it sounds pretty much like standard 'JACS'..(Just Another Cover Story)

  • Alienhunter#

    Alienhunter January 25, 2009 6:06:43 PM CET

    the only problem here is that Columbia's left wing was damaged at liftoff. The microscopic hole created by shedding foam protection allowed superheated gases to penetrate upon re-entry. The plasma progressively melted the internal structure until aerodynamic characteristics were compromised. Subsequently, Columbia broke apart. I was working on Shuttle safety upgrades when the accident occurred. I have no idea where the "lightning" scenario was conceived

  • Alienhunter#

    Alienhunter January 25, 2009 6:05:55 PM CET

    the only problem here is that Columbia's left wing was damaged at liftoff. The microscopic hole created by shedding foam protection allowed superheated gases to penetrate upon re-entry. The plasma progressively melted the internal structure until aerodynamic characteristics were compromised. Subsequently, Columbia broke apart. I was working on Shuttle safety upgrades when the accident occurred. I have no idea where the "lightning" scenario was conceived



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