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PostPosted: Sun Mar 03, 2002 6:23 am 

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<b><u>NASA UFOs: Shuttle STS-75 Tether Incident</b></u>

Februay 25, 1996 Columbia shuttle STS-75 was trailing a 12 mile long tether to invesigate whether electricity could be gathered from space from existing electrical potentials. As it so happened more than ten times the energy was gathered than was anticipated and the tether overheated and broke. Other sources explain the tether break occuring as a result of a pinhole in the sheathing causing oxygen to escape and causing the tether to melt.

However while filming the experiment,Astronaut Claude Nicolier caught numerous appearances of UFO crafts. These crafts show some stunning details. Note that the tether is between 77-100 nautical miles away from the shuttle Columbia. The tether is 12 miles long. The UFOs all pass "behind" the tether which allows us to view and measure their minimum sizes. Some are 2-3 miles minimum diameter!!

Beyond that, as claimed, some of these UFO's demonstrate electromagnetic wave properties or pulsing which indicate potentials to travel at super-luminal speeds, speeds many times the speed of light. .... <b><u>specifically, 13.5 times the speed of light! ! ! </b></u>

These circular crafts appear to have a black hole/circle in their middle, however this black hole/circle is actually the result of the central core of these crafts emmanating eletromagnetic waves which are much faster than the speed of light itself, thereby prohibiting visible light from reflecting off this surface, making it appear to be a void or hole.

<b><u>Still Images: </b></u>
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<b><u>Videos and Discussion</b></u>
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<b><u>Discussion of Electromagnetic Pulsing & the "Time Clock":</b></u>
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<b><u>History of the Shuttle Tether Experiment</b></u>
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<b><u>Tether Break Video</b></u>
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 03, 2002 3:07 pm 

Great links! Let me make my own humble contribution within this context:

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