Former NASA Engineer Claims He Saw a NINE FOOT Alien on 1991 Space Mission

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A former NASA engineer claims he saw a nine-foot alien while monitoring a space mission in 1991.

Clark McClelland was allegedly part of a team based at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, when he spotted the extra-terrestrial humanoid.

The ‘entity’, he says, stood on two legs and approached two U.S. astronauts, that he would not name, for one minute and seven seconds in the space shuttle bay.

His story has been hailed by supporters as the most conclusive evidence that intelligent life exists in space.

McClelland claims the U.S. government has stripped him of his pension and forced him to live on social security, despite insisting he has served on more than 800 NASA missions.

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  • AmericanCitizen

    I’m going to go out on a limb here and call bullshit.

    • Bert

      I dunno, hard to say whether he’s lying or not. The odds are against him, of course, but there’s the possibility that there’s a big cover-up and has been for awhile. Whether that’s happened and he was witness to it, I wouldn’t venture to say either way, but I do know with 100% certainty that the possibility is there, however remote.

    • The bigger bullshit is if you are really of the impression that we are the only intelligent life in the universe.

      • Bert

        Mathematically, it’s impossible, or at least the possibility that we’re the only intelligent life form is so slight as to not be realistically calculable. That said, the possibility that other forms of intelligent life are, or have been, here, is also fairly low, though far more likely than the likelihood that we’re alone. The hump is interstellar travel, of course, but just because we haven’t cracked that particular mystery doesn’t mean some other being hasn’t. We’re pretty low on the scale, regarding technology. We were in the stone age not so long ago, and just entered the electronics age in my own lifetime. Not even the tiniest fraction of a blink of an eye in the age of the universe. Other beings could’ve had as much as billions of years to figure out how to get from point A, to point B, millions of light years away, without having to travel below the speed of light. That’s a long time to spend problem-solving. I’m pretty sure a chimpanzee could figure it out if he had that kind of time to do it in.

        • Mark

          Since your math is so good…

          http://www.geocentrism.com/assumptions.htm

          • Bert

            Not sure why you’re interested in sparking a big-bang theory debate, as that theory has nothing to do with what I said. As for evolution….I can see evidence of both evolution, and intelligent design, with nothing conclusive to prove that either aren’t a possibility, possibly even both.

          • Mark

            My intent is to demonstrate that “science” is as faith-based as religion.

            In that vein, I specifically mentioned one species evolving into a different species. Sure, there is evidence of evolution within a species. Sure, there are fossils of extinct species, but the fossil record is lacking in evidence of transition from one species into a different species. So far the “evidence” of macro-evolution consists of a fictional drawing of imagined transitional forms.

            Too, ever more refined equipment keeps returning with ever more consistent evidence that geocentrism better fits cosmological evidence than Big Bang and other THEORIES that need to POSTULATE WITHOUT EVIDENCE “dark matter” and “dark energy” in quantities exceeding actual matter and actual energy.

            So, perhaps we can agree that “true believers” in “science” simply have a different faith-based creed from the true believers in religion.

          • What religionists call faith, scientists call hypothesis. The former never bother trying to prove what they require followers to believe in.

          • Mark

            Try discussing a hypothesis like evolution or Big Bang with a “true believer.” See how they react if you ask them to prove what they require even non-followers to believe. 🙂

          • That’s kind of like understanding how one can have free will when they go to hell if they exercise it.

          • Mark

            “Why did God make me?”

            “….to know, love, and serve God in this life and to be happy with Him forever in the next.”

          • IN other words, God is a megalomaniac that makes worshipers for his own purposes?
            Sounds like an antebellum slave owner who impregnates his females slaves to get more of them.

          • Mark

            You have free will to reject Him.

            No slavery at all. You choose.

          • No slavery, but torture for eternity by his pal, Satan.

          • Mark

            Maybe you have ‘evolved’ beyond that… [laughing]

          • All souls are eternal and the universe was evolved beyond organized religion before there were any humans on this planet.

          • Mark

            …and He rested on the seventh day 🙂

          • He hasn’t had anything to do since he spread around the consciousnesses to all the sentients.

          • Mark

            New humans, new souls, new graces, new work every day.

          • You must be describing another entity than the Christian god, because it says right there in their book of parables that he doesn’t pay any attention to terrestrial timekeeping.

          • Mark

            Au contrarire! While He exists outside of time, He pays perfect attention to us all, you included. He even knows the numbers of hairs on our heads.

          • If he didn’t, he’d need to replace his bean counter.

          • Mark

            Also, you missed the real
            megalomaniacs, the ones who believe that God obeys the rabbis.

            The Koliner rebbe [17th century rabbi
            of Prague] states: “Our Zaddikim’s (famous Orthodox rabbis) words are more important than the Torah of Moses As our Sages teach: A Zaddik decrees, and God obeys.”

            “God smiled and said: ‘My sons have defeated Me, My sons have defeated Me!’ God’s sons ‘defeated him’ with their arguments. Rabbi Yehoshua was correct in his contention that a view confirmed by majority vote must be accepted, even where God Himself holds the opposite view.”
            Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Bava Metzia 59b, Steinsaltz Edition [NY: Random House 1990], Vol. III p.237

            “… The rabbi constituted the projection of the divine on earth. Honor was due him more than to the scroll of the Torah, for through his learning and logic he might alter the very content of Mosaic revelation. He was Torah, not merely because he lived by it, but because at his best he constituted as compelling an embodiment of the heavenly model as did a Torah scroll itself.”
            Rabbi Jacob Neusner, “The Phenomenon of the Rabbi in Late Antiquity: II The Ritual of ‘Being a Rabbi’ in Later Sasanian Babylonia,” Numen, Vol.17, Fasc. 1., Feb., 1970, pp.3-4]

          • Why would god obey a church clerk, rabbis being nothing more than that?

          • Your quotes are in english. Which sect of judaism’s Torah is in english?

          • Mark

            All the quotes here are referenced for verification:

            http://abplefebvreforums.proboards.com/board/17/judaism-101

            Some you may verify online, others you will actually have to go to a library.

          • I don’t question the sources. I question the accuracy of the translation of the translation of the translation.

          • Mark

            If you are questioning the translations, you are questioning the sources. I invite you to learn the languages and do your own translations.

          • Although I haven’t read it, and probably won’t get around to it, Dr. Lorraine Day’s “Who Rewrote the Bible” sounds, from the interview I heard with her on a radio show, to have done the best analysis of the bible from the point of view of a still believer, FWIW.

          • Mark

            From the earliest days, the waters have been muddied by gnostic “gospels,” then Masoretes who finished their bowdlerized “Hebrew Bible” a millennium AFTER the Incarnation, and then Protestants and even the 1960’s goofball Allegro who insisted that the Bible was code for psychedelic mushrooms.

            St. Jerome was fluent in Aramaic, Hebrew, Greek, and Latin. He lived in times close to the Apostles when original documents were available to him, documents that have long since been lost. In view of all that I am amused then by moderns who think that 2,000 years from the events they know better.

            You may trust Lorraine Day (on HIV too?). I trust the Apostles and Early Fathers.

          • I never knew any of the apostles or early fathers personally, nor heard them on a radio show. Which ones did you know personally or hear on a radio show?

          • Mark

            A snide remark is your best evidence?

            I am willing to trust a written book that has survived millennia more than I am willing to trust an interview about a book that you have not read, especially when the book was penned two millennia after the events it purports to understand and by an author not versed in all the original languages.

          • You describe a book which has never existed, and supplant your argument by referencing people you never knew and lack prove they ever did.

          • Mark

            The original writings were compiled into a book, the book, so your desperate description is the book “never existed.”

            Maybe you can convince yourself with such weak rubbish, but don’t expect to get traction elsewhere.

          • It took until Gutenberg to become anything resembling a book as we know it, and they were very expensive and limited in circulation.
            It would have been more credible if Moses had come down the mountain with a copy in each language of the time, especially so if there’d been one in contemporary english.
            Referring to it as “the book” as if it were the only one only belies the fact that it was edited by a monarch who clearly saw it as a valuable tool to control the believers, as it still is.

          • Mark

            Hand-scribed books existed millennia before Gutenberg.

            I look forward to hearing you expound your theories and mockeries at the Judgment Seat. Too bad that you weren’t there to advise God what he should have given Moses.

          • Loving attitudes like that are what drove me away from Christian hypocrisy.

          • Mark

            The problem is that Christians are humans too—humans with our own faults—then some blowhard expounds his theories and mockeries and, when we are less than perfect, he blames us for his disbelief.

            That is real hypocrisy. Let’s see how proud you are of your theories, radio interviews, and various mockeries at Jesus’ Judgment Seat. Maybe you can even try blaming me for my sobering tough love. See where that gets you.

          • Bert

            “His God is called Science”….yeah, I don’t have any problem with that line of thought, and in fact many scientists (in my opinion, at least) extrapolate FAR too much and claim it to be fact. You can take certain leaps (in regards to evolution, or the formation of the universe, whatever your particular pet theory is) in that respect, but go to far and it just becomes wild speculation and should be labeled as such, rather than slapping the “Truth” label on it and selling it to the public.

            Personally, I don’t see any reason faith and religion need interfere with one another, if a person uses common sense and at least a reasonable amount of skepticism regarding both. That’s how I’ve looked at it my entire life and it works pretty well for me. It’s one thing to make simple (well, maybe not so simple) math calculations such as those I outlined above and reach a conclusion (or at least an extreme likelihood) based on those calculations that there simply isn’t any realistic possibility that there aren’t other life forms akin to us (intelligence-wise, that is) elsewhere in the universe. It’s entirely another to look at one animal 300 million years ago and another in present day and state it to be a fact that the present day animal evolved from that 300 million year old fossil, without something solid connecting the two. So on that we agree, completely. I’m not against the idea of evolution, by any means, but there really are too many archaeologists out there just wanting to become famous that will say anything that will get their grants rolling in.

            As for whether geocentrism is more or less likely to be the reality than other theories….simply put, there are far too many things we simply don’t know about how everything works to be able to know what the truth is. We don’t even truly understand how light and gravity interact, or why there appears to be such a large part of the universe missing. The effects of gravity are far stronger than they should be according to what we know, so what some dickweed did, rather than just saying “Hey, we don’t know”, he invented term dark matter and claimed it to be responsible for all the stuff we can’t explain by the math that we know. With asshole scientists like that, we’d be better off living in caves and chasing our dinner down with a fucking club.

        • DD

          You sound smart

          • DD

            I agree

          • Bert

            Fifty years gives you plenty of time to pick up a few interesting things, if you work at it just a little. But thanks.

          • DD

            Intelligence is attractive and I seldom see or hear it.

          • You must not hang out in the right places:-)

          • DD

            Perhaps

          • Bert

            You don’t need new hangout places, you just need some smarter friends. They’re not that easy to find, I’ve got that T-shirt myself.

          • DD

            Yes I do 🙂

      • AmericanCitizen

        No, I think the immense size of the universe almost guarantees other life forms. I just don’t think a nine foot tall alien visited a 1991 mission.

        • What exactly is the immense size of the universe?

          • AmericanCitizen

            If you postulate that the “Big Bang” was somewhere around 13 billion or so years ago, then the universe has radiated from that point outward for 13 billion years, so a radius of at least 13 billion light years seems like a starting measurement.

            In human terms, that’s immense.

          • That presumes that the universe is spherical. Is that your contention?

          • AmericanCitizen

            If it once was a point source that expanded outwards in all directions at a uniform velocity, then yes, a sphere would result.

          • Where are we relative to the center?

          • AmericanCitizen

            Good question. It’s my understanding that we do not have the ability to locate the possible “beginning of time” using current tech.

          • According to Christendom and modern cosmology, time is a terrestrial premise.
            That wouldn’t determine our position relative to the center, anyway.

      • Ratcraft

        as if there is intelligent life here now…..

        • oldmangristle

          I was going to say something similar. Glad you beat me to it.

      • Mark

        Besides humans, there are angels… and fallen angels.

    • Rick went nuts in Walking Dead, maybe this “engineer” is a relative

    • Freespirit

      Yeh, you are an “AmericanCitizen” alright-dumb as a box of
      rocks

      I guess you missed Dr.Steven Greer and the Press Conferences wherein he had
      about 40 attending PROFESSIONALS, Nasa Engineers, Pilots ,Military personnel;
      etc. who WITNESSED ET’s and their craft.

      Of course you missed them-You are an “AmericanCitizen”

      Killing Muslims is more your style

      A stooge for the Israeli psychopaths

      Keep
      the faith

      • AmericanCitizen

        I know it’s early on Monday morning and you may have forgot to take your meds. Please don’t forget to take them in the future before you write nonsensical comments online again.

        PS – If the meds aren’t helping anymore a tinfoil hat is easy to make and will give you a sense of security and protection against the big bad mean old world out there. Simply place it on your head, hide under the basement stairs, and shake uncontrollably for several hours. Repeat as needed.

        • Freespirit

          Ad Hominems???

          That is the best you can do, AND stale over-used ones at that, but then what can one expect from a trolling “Box of Rocks”

          Thanks for proving me correct, once again.

          As I said, keep the faith because that is all you have.

        • You seem to be quite the expert on meds for someone who would probably disavow being on them.

          • Freespirit

            “Stupid is as stupid does”

            If you can find where I talk about others needing “meds” let me know

          • You are the one who brought them up, so you must be the one who is fascinated with them. I prefer RET, myself.

  • ….ttttthhhhat’s all folks !! LOONEY TUNES REPORTING A LOON

  • Barn Cat

    So the alien just shows up without being in any kind of craft? What did it look like besides being 9 feet tall???

  • M Fr Nch

    I saw a clown in the White House

    • Mark

      … and a werewolf in London… His hair was perfect.

  • john4637

    Twilight Zone extra attempting to make it big time!!

  • Did he “beam in” to the cargo bay?

  • mdogg0724

    It is foolish to believe in extraterrestrial life.

    • Mark

      Perhaps you’ll agree to an exception, heavenly life, after all, Heaven is extraterrestrial.

    • Can we assume that you don’t believe in a deity?

      • mdogg0724

        I’m a Christian, so yes, I do believe in God. I do not however, believe in life on other planets.

        • So, by combining your last two posts, can we assume that you’d also say it is foolish not to believe in the monarchical christian doctrine?

          • mdogg0724

            If that’s your term for the Bible, then yes. I believe that if you don’t believe God’s word, it’s foolish.

          • I’m still waiting for the version in plain colloquial english like the writers wrote it in, before it existed.

  • Freespirit

    You’re welcome

  • disqus_tKUiAezKl2

    Which came first? Did he lose his pension and then came out with this story which indicates a lie? Or, did he come out with this story and then lose his pension which indicates truth? Which came first?

  • Bert

    Ok, without jumping into a potentially very lengthy and fruitless discussion about gravity, it’s true nature, and effects, I’ll just state that your idea that the amount of gravity it would take to make the oceans stick to the earth killing us doesn’t compute. Water is actually pretty dense, just slightly more so than the human body (if you have any air in your lungs). If we don’t float off into space, neither should water. If you’re a bit overweight, then it might not matter whether you hold your breath or not, as fat floats (is less dense than water).

    But yes, gravity is very directly related to mass/density, though that’s a bit of an oversimplification.

  • And we become liars by repeating their lies with little if any vetting.