Sunday, June 14, 2009

The Z-Files

The (AE)Z-Files
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If you hear that polliwogs fall from the sky, can you believe that?
Such a mysterious thing really has happened in Japan.

More than 100 dead polliwogs have fallen from the sky recently at two locations in Ishikawa Prefecture, puzzling local residents and animal experts alike.

Locals are speculating that the little critters were blown in by a tornado or were dropped by dissatisfied birds.

quoted from The Japan Times



There is one hint. It is a fact that Ishikawa is the famous area which UFOs are often witnessed.
So, I think this will be ALIEN's doing. But, I don't know why do they doing that.

drawing by AEZ UFO in Ishikawa

There are many things that can not make clear by science in the world...


「Z-ファイル」

(AE)Zファイル
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おたまじゃくしが空から降ってきたと聞いたら、あなた信じることができるだろうか?
そんな不思議な出来事が、日本で起きている。

先ごろ、石川県内の2箇所の地域で、100匹以上の死んだおたまじゃくしが空から振り、地域の住人のみならず、動物の専門家たちをも困惑させている。

地元住民は、竜巻で吹き上げられたか、鳥が吐き出したもではないかと推測している。

引用元 The Japan Times



ここにひとつのヒントがある。実は、石川県はたびたびUFOが目撃される地域として有名なのだ。
そのため、私はエイリアンの仕業ではないかと考えている。しかし、なぜ彼らがそのようなことをするのかは分からない。

世の中には、科学では解明できないことがまだ多く残されている・・・

17 comments:

mss said...

Hi AEZ
it`s really strage and horrible.
imagine it, if they were elephants!!!!

nice photo (no.1)
i think you uploded more photo at the end of your post because i just can see this:
" image unavailable"

Ms. Kathy said...

I have heard of this strange occurance happening before.I found pictures at this link: http://www.pinktentacle.com/2009/06/tadpole-rain-japan-pics/
This happened many years ago also and was published in "Ripley's Believe it or Not." The explanation was that a water spout had picked up a lake containing tadpoles and dropped the lake and the tadpoles elsewhere. God has a sense of humor.

TJ said...

Hi! It's a strange occurrence indeed (Thanks Ms. Kathy for the link!). I really wouldn't want to have them falling on my head or something o_O.

Dávid said...

They could have fallen from Laputa (Castle in the Sky)

Megan said...

Wow, that's very interesting. I would like to read more about that.

Lucis said...

Hi AEZ, I'm learning English too in Tokyo.

The picture you drawed looks great and funny^^

But I was wondering why aliens did that kind of thing.

naqiubex said...

Err.. wheres the pic?

Susan C said...

I love your UFO drawing.

Sean Gibbs said...

love the drawing! - also yeah its possible that this might be ET related.

Mike Sylwester said...

If you hear that polliwogs fall from the sky, can you believe that?
Such a mysterious thing really has happened in Japan.

If you heard that polliwogs fell from the sky, could you believe it? Such a mysterious event really has happened in Japan.

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[... Locals are speculating that the little critters were blown in by a tornado or were dropped by dissatisfied birds.]

There is one hint. It is a fact that Ishikawa is the famous area which UFOs are often witnessed.
So, I think this will be ALIEN's doing. But, I don't know why do they doing that.

There is one clue. Ishikawa is the famous area where UFOs often are witnessed. So, I suspect this event has been the doing of aliens, although I don't know their rationale.

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There are many things that can not make clear by science in the world...

There are many things in the world than cannot be explained by science.

Anna said...

Hah, adorable post.

Aulia Pearl said...

Hi AEZ, what a luvly drawing. ^^ . It's really strange.. But the question is... Who did it? An alien, human, or bird? Maybe it's because of birds. It's better to wait the case investigation report which will be published. Hmmmmm... Alien?
Btw, Lucis my name is Aulia. I do learn English too. :)

valentine gore said...

A strange thing about the phenomena is that it usually is selective (it nearly always is limited to one or two species in the drop) which makes it less believable to be from natural causes.

Gharr said...

Nice site. We call them tadpoles in Australia (but there may be other names)--if the picture your UFO shows is correct (or perhaps they are small fish). Tadpoles grow into frogs. I wonder what kind of frogs live in Japan?

Good luck in learning english.

charkstudios said...

I heard stories of fish dropping out of the sky....all sorts of things fall from the sky like coins, etc. One scientist claimed it is possible that fish and tadpoles can spawn inside rain cloud formations.

Diana said...

hello,

I'm glad the aliens didn't decided to kill and drop anybody from the skies.

I'm Brazilian, is my English strange?

Miss Caught Up said...

There are many documentations throughout history about raining frogs and fishes. If the acquatic/amphibian is in the water and they are light in weight then they can be carried via waterspout formation.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raining_animals

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waterspouts