a reply to: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
A lot went down the rabbit hole. A lot got lost. A lot were just lazy and backed out or got nowhere. Some tried to dismiss the whole thing as
"Monsters from the Id" for various "reasons."
As some one who saw the damned thing and know the phenomena is real and nuts and bolts, I was naturally a little more inclined to put in the work to
scratch the mental itch of trying to understand what I saw.
With "light" I can think of 4 things he could have been referring to. 3 having to do with propulsion in some way and to varying degrees. Another for
Light is a pretty vast term and the swath of what it could be specifically referring to is large.
One of the problems I saw was that folks were lazy and just tried to look up patents, as if patents for super duper classified stuff are public. They
put them on a totally different data base at the patent office away from the public so that you don't learn about classified material. You won't just
find some patent that will explain it all.
People need to do more than just that. They need to read AF and DARPA research papers on various topics. You need to ask your self the right
questions. You need to then look up University papers on the topics raised by your questions. You then need to conceptually analyze the info and
see if it fits anywhere, even if it's not where you thought it would. Maybe it fits great, maybe it fits different than how you envisioned, maybe it
doesn't fit at all, maybe it answers a riddle to something else completely unrelated or marginally, maybe it changes everything and you totally revamp
your working theory or hypothesis as to how the triangles or related technologies work. Then after that you need to ask yourself some more of the
right questions and repeat the process until you'vegot something that works and is refined.
The answers are there. Like I said it's a lot like a jackson pollok. The dots are seemingly haphazard, differnt sizes and different colors. BUT
THEY DO CONNECT. It's also like a rorschach test. Your biases can lead you to connect the dots and come to the wrong conclusions or maybe they will
lead you dead on to the truth. SO analyzing your biases and perspective on the topic is important.
Also some super duper advice. Try and learn as much QED as you can. If you're really nuts, and I am, try and even attempt to get a grasp of Gauge
Physics. Learn what you can about optical physics in practice and theoretically. Try and learn about electrical engineering. Try and learn about
signals mixing. Try and learn about anything cause to get to the truth folks are going to have to do more digging than just looking up patents and
reading up on the stupid theories bouncing around on line by UFO enthusiasts.
Finally, I'd like to take the time to publicly and sincerely thank a member here, who shall remain nameless, for truly inspiring me and sparking the
fire and commitment to actually try and figure this all out.** Two members actually, and no, neither are A0. And neither of them know how high in
esteem I hold them, well one does I think. But the other might be surprised.
**No they didn't divulge anything they shouldn't have or violated any SF-312. In case other folks out there reading this are getting the wrong idea.
I'm allowed to look up to people and be inspired by them to the degree to take the time to figure things out on my own without outside help.
Keep digging, keep researching and keep learning you never know what the adventure can lead you to. Good luck.
edit on 18-3-2016 by BASSPLYR
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