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originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: The GUT
Because what is posted doesn't include program names or enough detail to bring the DIA down. They watch these threads periodically so they know what is said. Almost all of it, that is posted could be garnered by someone that knows how things work and is really good at reading between the lines when certain people in the Pentagon talk. The rest stays quiet and won't ever get posted.
There have been occasions where someone has gotten a polite call from the DIA, but for the most part people know where the line is and stay clear of it.
originally posted by: Varelse
This subject has popped up numerous times in the threads that have popped up in the aftermath of "the unveiling" but I've yet to see a single person that experienced a visitation even post or comment about it or explain what happened during that visitation. Maybe I just missed it.
And, while I'm here...The "Green Rabbit" was originally devised to foil night vision. (Reportedly the 2nd generation goggles still pick it up.)
One technology approach which has proven both adaptable and cost effective is that of low observable coatings applied to aircraft and other high value platforms which mask them from evolving battlefield sensors.
According to LPRS founder Ismael Cuellar, the "infrared-cloaked" object could not be seen with the naked eye, and cruised silently. "[We] have ruled out birds, bugs, airplanes, helicopters, and even flying drones by comparing them side by side as a point of reference," Cuellar told Life's Little Mysteries. This seems to leave just one explanation: It's a cloaked alien spaceship.
Not so, according to Ben McGee, a geoscientist, aerospace consultant, UFO skeptic and lead field researcher on the National Geographic series "Chasing UFOs." In McGee's opinion, all the signs point to this object being a border patrol drone with infrared anti-collision or identification lights. Here's why he thinks so.
"Nearly one-third of traffic through the nearby Laredo International Airport has historically been military in nature. Laredo is very near to the Mexican border. The military is increasingly using drones to assist with border security, which are small, quiet, and dim (to the naked eye) aircraft," McGee wrote in an email, adding that most drones are also triangular.
That's straight cut and paste, the first and last lines are important, why would you recommend an additional $15 million dollars if the actual initial budget was zero? "space plane AND it's associated family of vehicles"...