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Mars Attack: UFO Causes China Airport to Divert Flights – IBTimes

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Mars Attack: UFO Causes China Airport to Divert Flights
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UFO's have been trending for quite a while and have been increasingly spotted throughout the world in the last few years, with some saying a 65 per cent rise in UFO spotting in the last two years.
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WikiLeaks: China, Paulson at odds over threat from subprime mortgage crisis – Hilton Head Island Packet

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WikiLeaks: China, Paulson at odds over threat from subprime mortgage crisis
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meeting in Beijing, amid growing turbulence in US financial markets, Chinese officials expressed concern that the US subprime mortgage crisis would harm the Chinese economy, according to a cable obtained by McClatchy Newspapers through WikiLeaks.

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WikiLeaks: China, Paulson at odds over threat from subprime crisis – Kansas City Star

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WikiLeaks: China, Paulson at odds over threat from subprime crisis
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2007 meeting in Beijing, amid growing turbulence in US financial markets, Chinese officials expressed concern that the US subprime mortgage crisis would harm the Chinese economy, according to a cable obtained by McClatchy through WikiLeaks.

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UFO China held up flights for more than half an hour – Northern Voices Online

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UFO China held up flights for more than half an hour
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UFO China held up flights for more than half an hour. This is among the latest UFO sightings incidents It is raining UFOs these days. From Moscow to Shanghai and New York, UFOs are being spotted with increased frequency.
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August was a busy month for UFOs in China

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Jiangbei Airport was shut down for an hour on August 17, 2011 due to UFO sightings. (image credit: Holiday China Tour)

China’s media had a busy month with credible UFO sightings and dubious UFO videos. UFOs shut down an airport and were sighted by pilots from Shanghai to Beijing. As if on cue, or perhaps as a result of the UFO media coverage, videos started popping up. The question is: Are they real, or just people making hoaxed video to take advantage of the UFO focus?

According to Fox News, on Wednesday, August 17, UFO reports caused a major airport in the city Chongqing, China to divert flights. Witnesses reported a round glowing object circling Jiangbei International Airport for nearly 50 minutes. Some have speculated that the object was a hot air balloon or a Chinese lantern. However, there has been no official statement as to what the object really was.

Last summer, on July 7, a similar incident took place which garnered international media attention. Xiaoshan airport in Hangzhou, China was closed for an hour due to UFO sightings. Although the media misreported much of the event, the core story was based off of pilots and passengers who saw a mysterious light over the airport when landing. Like this year’s event in Chongqing, there was never an official answer as to what the object was. One writer speculated that it could be very wealthy pilots who often fly into airport unannounced.

Shanghai UFO

One of several pictures taken of the glowing ball of light over Shanghai on August 20, 2011.

On August 20, another spectacular sighting was reported by several pilots in Shanghai. They described a ball of light that was thousands of meters above the city that grew until is faded out and disappeared. The object was described as several times larger than the moon and estimated to be 92 kilometers wide before it vanished. At the same time, the same object was reported above Beijing.

Shanghai UFO

Another one of the several photographs taken of the UFO over Shanghai on August 20,2011.

There were hundreds if not thousands of witnesses, many of them astronomers. Some have speculated that it could be caused by rocket launches, or chemicals emitted by some other device, such as a satellite. It is unclear whether the witnesses in Beijing and Shanghai were witnessing the same phenomenon. The two cities are over 500 miles apart.

Shanghai UFO

Another one of the several photographs taken of the UFO over Shanghai on August 20,2011.

Wang Sichao

Wang Sichao

Planetary astronomer, Wang Sichao, of the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Purple Mountain Observatory, said “this object could be a special spacecraft that can hardly be explained with current aircraft technology.” Sichao is no novice when it comes to UFO sightings. He has been investigating the phenomenon for decades.

All of this excitement has been keeping Chinese news sites buzzing about UFOs, and in the midst of the hype several alleged UFO videos have appeared. The one which has gotten the most mileage is alleged to have been taken in Guangzhou. The video is only 30 seconds long and shows an object hovering over a lake. According to one report, the video has gotten over 4 million views on China’s most popular video sharing site, and was the eighth most searched for item on China’s most popular search engine yesterday. A recent report on the video says the hoaxer has confessed and apologized for the deception.

Incidentally, late last year Sichao made headlines when he predicted that there could be an increase in UFO sightings in China. He told the Beijing Review: “It does not mean large numbers of UFOs but refers to events of credible facts backed by observation. But these facts cannot yet be explained by existing scientific knowledge or natural phenomena.”

Purple Mountain Observatory

Purple Mountain Observatory (image credit: www.chinapage.com)

Without official explanations as to what has been seen over Chongqing, Shanghai and Beijing, Sichao’s statements have borne out to be spot-on.

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UFO sightings in China comes after Baltic Sea hoax – Northern Voices Online

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UFO sightings in China comes after Baltic Sea hoax
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UFO sightings in China comes after Baltic Sea hoax. UFO or Unidentified Flying Object sightings seem to have become quite common. Or at least rumors about them have become common. From UK to US and China, these are being claimed to be sighted with
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UFO sightings in China comes after Baltic Sea hoax – Northern Voices Online (blog)

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UFO sightings in China comes after Baltic Sea hoax
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UFO sightings in China comes after Baltic Sea hoax. UFO or Unidentified Flying Object sightings seem to have become quite common. Or at least rumors about them have become common. From UK to US and China, these are being claimed to be sighted with
Evolution, Einstein, UFOs, and the Concept of TimeUFODigest
The UFO videos that are all the buzz in ChinaThe Observers

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