Four Ft Wingspan Giant Bug Sighted Alongside Passenger Plane

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  1. common_sense_seeker Bicho Voador & Bicho Sugador Valued Senior Member

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    Giant Insect Seen on Passenger Flight

    Totally believable. Unidirectional air flow to it’s trachea adaptation. The red veins is interesting because this suggests it has changed from green copper-rich fluid to hemoglobin based. These are the UFOs responsible for cat and cattle mutilations. It’s these that have evolved into Mothman-type entities. Fantastic details. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Enmos Valued Senior Member

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    Totally unbelievable. Thanks for putting this in the right subforum.
     
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  5. wegs Matter & Pixie Dust Valued Senior Member

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    silly thread is silly.

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  7. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    Doesn't the insect remind you of someone?

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    Roy Orbison
     
  8. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    Other passengers were also drawing the giant flying insect.
    The best representation was in oil paint, but it can't be released as it is not dry yet.
     
  9. common_sense_seeker Bicho Voador & Bicho Sugador Valued Senior Member

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    lol!
     
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  11. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    Sounds like those passengers were served one too many grasshoppers.


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  12. common_sense_seeker Bicho Voador & Bicho Sugador Valued Senior Member

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    This insect has evolved jet-powered flight. It's trachea tubes are not dead-ended like all other known insects but straight tubes which go through from the one end to it the other. Not only does this vastly increase oxygen uptake efficiency but the unidirectional flow allows for pressurization during this process, so that the air can be expelled at a much greater velocity than it's entry speed.

    Wow

    It's rounded shape and beetle-like features fit with the numerous UFO sightings of metallic looking 'ships'.

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    The high kicking legs are evidence that it was a giant girl insect, straight from Paris.
    It is clearly performing the Can-Can.
    What a beautiful sight, seeing it dancing on the wing of a passenger aircraft.
    No wonder the passengers all got their drawing pads out.
     
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  14. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    You DO realize the kind of thermal reaction needed to achieve such powerful jet propulsion don't you? What would keep this bug from burning up or possibly even being exploded from the inside pressures? I don't know WHAT those passengers actually saw. I chalk it up to one of those fortean interdimensional quirks. Like fish falling from a clear blue sky after the sound of an electrical zap. Maybe sometimes preternatural critters fall into our dimension thru randomly opening/closing portals. Who knows? It's interesting in any case..

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  15. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    At last, someone is talking sense.
     
  16. common_sense_seeker Bicho Voador & Bicho Sugador Valued Senior Member

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    Hah - flying high too
     
  17. common_sense_seeker Bicho Voador & Bicho Sugador Valued Senior Member

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    Fantastic image MR! Like it.

    You raise some interesting points. Let's not underestimate the power of nature and evolution. The cold air flow over the body and through it would provide a perfect heat sink.

    They saw what they said they saw. A giant metallic-looking perfectly round bug, that if seen from a distance would resemble a metallic craft.
     
  18. common_sense_seeker Bicho Voador & Bicho Sugador Valued Senior Member

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    There's another link to the hypnotic mothman-type entity:

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  19. common_sense_seeker Bicho Voador & Bicho Sugador Valued Senior Member

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    I just had the thought that the "sea serpent" seen at very close range by the crew of HMS Daedalus is most likely to be the aquatic nymph of a giant flying insect. This nymph was reported to be around 60 feet long. This original paper is amazing in the details of a kind of mane behind the head, Nessie-like, as well as no fins or undulations. It propelled itself in a perfectly straight which fits with the jet-powered trachea idea.

    Original HMS Daedalus Sea Serpent Sighting Report (1826)

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  20. common_sense_seeker Bicho Voador & Bicho Sugador Valued Senior Member

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    Also the Mongolian Death Worm is reported to shed an exoskeleton!
     

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