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Black Triangle UFOs and an Alleged Breakaway Civilization- Discuss

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posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 01:28 PM
a reply to: Zaphod58

of course that would be expected but from what I gathered it seems he was in quite a high position in this project, how else would he have seen this AI rock? might have been a passed down story but even then such a secret artifact I highly doubt many people would have had the privilege of seeing this artifact and I doubt it even more they would start talking about it to others.

a reply to: MystikMushroom

to the contrary my friend I am not such person quite the opposite but you can't simply blindly believe everything then it is no more different than what our corrupt religions offer.

but you are right a lot of humans are a blight on this beautiful planet but there are a lot of amazing humans as well which sadly seems like a minority compared to the others which would explain the state of this planet.

and yes I am angry but not because they are ''leaving'' us behind because they think they are somehow better than everyone else and deserve this knowledge they stumbled upon by mistake when they were no more different than you and I at that time, I am angry because they with this supposed re-learnt knowledge are no better than us if they selfishly keep it to themselves and selfishly use us for their own greedy purpose of leaving.

is that not immature and childish? if I had this technology like they claim they do I would aspire to help everyone I could to see the right way, why would they turn their back on their own people when they have such means to help them? and trying to convince world leaders is the wrong way to go at it.

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 02:14 PM
a reply to: Vamana

Sure that narrows the leak way down, but documents are usually receipted, and pictures are almost as bad.

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 02:45 PM

originally posted by: lostgirl
Wellllll, not to get anyone's hopes up or anything, but it occurred to me - along the lines of the 75%/25% (some truth plus some falsity) in the story....

I received a PM from someone who is very trustworthy and knowledgeable.

The real to baloney fraction in A*0 is estimated at 20% : 80%. There are sci-fi precedents/tropes for many of the wooish stories.

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 03:04 PM
a reply to: mbkennel

can you ask your source this very simple question that wont really hurt to answer. Its important to me.

The shape and size of the AI. Was it more like a wireless mouse? If there is no AI then just make something up. I will understand.

I just cant get this image out of my head.

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posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 03:31 PM

originally posted by: Jenisiz

originally posted by: Another_Nut
a reply to: Jenisiz

Ya know if he started his other login in conjunction with his first..

And u say he's posted in this thread....

Well there are only two people who have posted in this thread that have join dates withing a month of his join date

And you are the closest ...

I'll just let that hang in the air

Eta sorry three

one date is 8 of July , yours , then the last

But u are running neck n neck

Lol. Maybe I was hungry and followed some bread crumbs

Jumping from point a to point b. Space is pretty empty. To calculate planets distance traveled in X time to ensure no collision trajectory requires less computing power then a ps2 game. We already have sent satellites blazing past all manner of objects with far less.

For someone who recently graduated college, you sure speak like interstellar travel is old hat.

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 03:45 PM

originally posted by: mbkennel
a reply to: framedragged

I think the Heartbleed bug came about with a reasonably new feature added comparatively recently. That sounds like a much older buffer overflow probably patched by now.

I'm thinking the BASH exploit that was just recently found. It was supposedly 0-day since the creation of Windows XP, which fits the timeframe.

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 04:15 PM
He mentioned the Cash-Landrum incident as a failing lifting body escape pod, a emergency pod with a drowning crew member in a suit

Escape pod from what?

It also reminds me of Alan Godfrey a former police office who probably witnessed such a pod on the A646 in yorkshire and lost his job over it

Alan Godfrey

And finally the Nick Pope Clavine UFO pic of a Diamond shaped in Scotland escorted by 2 Harriers the photos were never disclosed by the newspaper , here are the mod files:
Scotland UFO
MOD file

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 04:17 PM
a reply to: mbkennel

Still a great 20% for a certain set though. I imagine it even ruffled some feathers for a very different set o' folks

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posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 04:30 PM

originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: Vamana

Of course there wouldn't be. If these projects are real, they're under the SAP umbrella. Telling about it can be passed off as I heard this from a guy I know. They won't let a camera near them, but even if he managed to, there are only do many people that could take a picture of it. Same with documents. You might as well walk into prison if you're going to be that reckless.

What is "SAP"? Also, would he be put in a space prison?
I mean, these guys are a breakaway civilization, right? So it's not like the US government is going to be able to arrest them for revealing their own secret tech since apparently they're planning on doing it anyway. So I assume you mean the one who told the story's own kind would be the ones throwing him in prison if he were to snap a few pictures or sneak a few documents.

And again, it's ok for him to spill the beans on a conspiracy website...

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 05:07 PM
a reply to: Charizard

Special Access Program. Black projects by another name.

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 05:19 PM
a reply to: tadaman

AI in an ancient artifact?

It looked EXACTLY like Mass Effect. So much so that people might say "gee, this looks like it's straight out of a science fiction story". Ahem.

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posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 05:22 PM
a reply to: mbkennel

Thank you.

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 05:37 PM
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear

Evil? Kev

Poor choice of words, Kev ... should've been "oblivious to the difference between good-natured ribbing and serious accusations of moral turpitude."

Better ?

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 05:37 PM
I really enjoyed the reading about RKs but what told me that something was wrong in the story was the fact that he wanted to show his grandchild his birth place, the Earth. This raised me some question about dates.

RK project's whole story had his birth in 1947, and 2014 - 1947 = 67 years. He served for 40 years, this means he was so he started in 1974, when the project was 27 years old, this makes him one of the first "true" RK.

He said RKs can now live up to 4 hundred years, but life expectancy was not the same at the beginning, before finding some strange artifacts... he served for 40 years so this makes him too old to have a son after the departure, and even if he will have one I doubt he will see his grandchild..

But then he said he would be so happy to show his grandchild the planet from where he came...but only the RKs left the earth so how he will meet his grandchild if he will be circa a hundred years old in 2044?

Supposing he will be still alive in 2044 and he had a son on earth before leaving, in 2044 he will be at least 2044 - 2014 = 30 years old if the RK had him right before the departure (40 year of service, he probably was 60 years old). I think that the probabilties that his grandchild will born on hearth before 2044 are pretty no need to show him the planet from where he came!

This, along with many sci-fi situations, tells me that it only is a beautiful story, nothing more..

I really enjoyed the quarantine zone, it lets me think about an experiment conducted by an advanced race of aliens on planet earth, where WE are the experiment..I would call it The ADAM Project

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posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 05:46 PM
a reply to: Jenisiz

I can certainly appreciate your work and I thank you for that, a multi cpu computer does not come close to a quantum computer. A quad core computer for instance is not physically capable of quantum calculations. We are just now, in the last five six years creating quantum computers. It is still very very early in its infancy.

They, depending on which version, can still be large. This is the future, the alien invasion docudrama last year did an excellent job at showing the potential for such beyond super computers. They will completely transform the planet. Everything from space travel to medicine, you name it. Sorry can't remember the name of program, it is worth the watch just to see where we are headed with this technology.

Much love

The Bot

P. S. Wikipedia has a nice explanation and time line of quantum computers.

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 05:48 PM
I have a problem with the technological side of this story, I read it quickly so if I made an error then please correct me.

The craft is powered by a nuclear reactor and its mode of propulsion is directed nuclear detonations ie a nuclear pulse engine?

if so the whole story is bull

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 05:56 PM
a reply to: rowanflame

Look up Project Orion. It worked, and was working incredibly well when it was suddenly canceled.

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 05:58 PM
a reply to: Baddogma
Hey bad just wanted to say hi to a fellow Tucsonan ( think I spelled that right ). Wanted to thank you for starting this thread. I remember reading the original thread and thought what a wonderful sci-fi story. Hearing more people chime in, not sure what to think anymore. Also haven't logged in my account for a long time had to to say thanx. S+F

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posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 06:01 PM
a reply to: lostgirl

I, too, remain optimistic about our collective ability to finally save ourselves that we've been (largely) granted the means to talk globally.

And, from tid-bits from ol' #Snip's# posts and messages, assuming truth, there is a faction that does not want to cut us loose to suffer under mean/stupid rule for another eon.

As I've mentioned, the basic premise is The Powers That Be don't want to disclose the RK's presence, tech and achievements due to the tech enabling us "Da Masses" the means to live free of their withered claws on our collective 'nads.

Apparently, in PMs and the main narrative, it was mentioned that the power brokers of every generation since the 1950's were approached for disclosure by the erstwhile RKs and were rebuffed due to the ruling bastard's liking the status quo just fine... and threatening to wipe out the innocent masses if the RKs tried to go around them... which would also take away the RK's means to travel faster than light via dreamers...

again, I am SO glad this is anonymous. Uhm, and I like your posts, too, sugar... (I'm actually not a misogynist in real life, I just play one sometimes on the internet).

posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 06:17 PM
a reply to: scifidreamer

Ah... nope... not so easy, Tex... regarding the timeline being off and invalidating the whole thing. And I'm not sure I get your argument in the first place, buuuuut...

we don't know enough to assign ages to any of the possibly fictitious folks or progeny... and heck, he never said where or even IF grand kids existed, yet... I thought he said something like "He'd like it if his grand kids could walk on the home world someday."

And with incredible medical tech, there's no telling... so... nope. Thanks for playing, though!

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