posted on May, 9 2014 @ 05:22 PM
People believe what they want to believe; they see what they want to see. It may be implausible, outrageous and convoluted beyond all reason, but if
it’s juicy enough then it will surely gain support. Really, logic and reason can be so boring. As for me, I’ll have none of that!! As a matter of
fact, instead of relying on the ATS motto, “Deny Ignorance”, for inspiration and guidance, from this point forward I choose to base all my views
and analysis on my own personal motto, “Deny Reason”.
Hmmm... Sorry. Just had another stupid fit. They seem to be coming more frequently these days.
Seriously, my personal view is the legend of the Philadelphia Experiment is at best a fictional account. It was a fun story and captured the
imagination of a lot of people, but I’ve never read or heard of any actual evidence confirming it. I say, “Show me the Money!” The
government’s account makes sense, while the Carlos Alende version seems a little over the top. I know it’s popular to disbelieve EVERYTHING the
government tells us, but it’s also gullible and naive to accept at face value, without credible evidence, the mind blowing claims of some Joe Blow
I mean, really, ship disappearing and reappearing elsewhere, people atomically bonding (fusing) with the ship’s hull, individualls displaced in
time, blah, blah, blah... I know that truth is often stranger than fiction, but honestly, this story just doesn’t pass the smell test. Far be it
from me to try and change anyone’s mind here, but I for one give it 2 thumbs down.