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Area 51 Scientist's Deathbed Show & Tell!

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posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 10:24 AM
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a reply to: Impodog
Friedman says Corso was just cashing in on the Roswell hype that he started first and already cashed in on.




posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 10:28 AM
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originally posted by: Impodog

originally posted by: draknoir2

originally posted by: Impodog
His military career who he worked ie Foreign Technology Desk at the U.S. Army's Research and Development Department, reporting to General Arthur Trudeau.
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He occupied that desk for just over a year at the very end of his career.

Not that impressive.


Two years and four years on the staff of President Eisenhower's National Security Council.
Under President Dwight D. Eisenhower, the National Security Council system evolved into the principal arm of the President in formulating and executing policy on military, international, and internal security affairs from Wikipedia
Practically a nobody.
Eisenhower was Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in Europe and lead the successful invasion of France and Germany in1944-45. He was ordered to oversee 'Operation Paperclip' Which brings us back to Nick Cook who claimed the US may have along with Werner Von Brown and all the rocket scientists they put to work at White Sands they may captured the famous Nazi Bell and brought that back to. Eisenhower must have overseen elements of this.
He helped reorder the US Military under Truman and then became president in 1952. In that time period the CIA was formed and Dulles became it's head, the CIA paid for the U2 which was built at the Skunkworks by Lockheed Martin.
The kind of information Eisenhower was privy to no wonder he warned 'we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist'


His career consisted primarily of monitoring POW's, with the last year or so spent "occupying a desk". Helluva a year too, the way he tells it. Changed everything. Go Corso!



posted on Jan, 30 2015 @ 01:11 AM
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originally posted by: draknoir2

originally posted by: Impodog

He's not the first person to say night vision came from ET craft Col Corso


Col. Corso... isn't he the guy that invented fiberoptics, Kevlar, lasers, and the integrated circuit by looking at Roswell wreckage?


That guy is awesome! Too bad we didn't have any scientists dedicated enough to put in the hard work required to develop such things over a period of decades.


The Col. Corso story constantly gets distorted. He says in the book that they paired the alien technologies to companies already doing similar research. He doesn't claim to have invented any of it. In fact the alien technology was likely never reverse engineered fully since we couldn't understand all aspects of it, just the materials. Some of the technology was said to run directly off the alien users body or brainwaves. He insinuates that the technology inspired or added answers from the little they found out from studying it and the materials it was made from.



posted on Jan, 30 2015 @ 07:19 AM
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wouldn't be anything to do with this would it ? a new pair of gene scissors ?






At the time, US President Bill Clinton said: "Our children's children will only know cancer as a constellation of stars," and hailed the completion of the project after a 10-year race that cost billions.
And Tony Blair, then UK Prime Minister, who joined the Mr Clinton by satellite from Downing Street, added: "Every so often in the history of human endeavour, there comes a breakthrough that takes mankind across the frontier and into a new era."


Crispr

funbox



posted on Jan, 30 2015 @ 07:26 AM
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originally posted by: thepixelpusher

originally posted by: draknoir2

originally posted by: Impodog

He's not the first person to say night vision came from ET craft Col Corso


Col. Corso... isn't he the guy that invented fiberoptics, Kevlar, lasers, and the integrated circuit by looking at Roswell wreckage?


That guy is awesome! Too bad we didn't have any scientists dedicated enough to put in the hard work required to develop such things over a period of decades.


The Col. Corso story constantly gets distorted. He says in the book that they paired the alien technologies to companies already doing similar research. He doesn't claim to have invented any of it. In fact the alien technology was likely never reverse engineered fully since we couldn't understand all aspects of it, just the materials. Some of the technology was said to run directly off the alien users body or brainwaves. He insinuates that the technology inspired or added answers from the little they found out from studying it and the materials it was made from.


I'll agree that his story is distorted.



posted on Jan, 31 2015 @ 12:14 AM
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The true reality of things are locked securely in information prisons.

Consciousness Science Kept Hidden: www.youtube.com...
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posted on Jan, 31 2015 @ 02:11 PM
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originally posted by: OrionsGem
It seems there are more and more people breaking their oaths of silence prior to passing away. Are the Alien photos he shows genuine? Im still undecided, however what motive would he have if he was days away from death?

If this is genuine then my hat goes off to this man for sharing what he knows, and may he rest in peace.


Shortly before Boyd Bushman passed away on August 7, 2014, he was video recorded candidly speaking about his personal experiences with Area 51, UFOs, aliens and anti-gravity ideas.

Boyd was a retired Senior Scientist
for Lockheed Martin.

His career spanned over forty years, was awarded many patents, and included work with defense contractors Hughes Aircraft, General Dynamics, Texas Instruments, and Lockheed Martin.


Here is the short preview of the interview:


And here is the full interview..



And here is a video of him explaining how UFOs work, that he made back when he was in better health:
Boyd Bushman on Antigravity

Thoughts?>
OG



I don't believe what he is saying.
He names the 4 forces including electromagnetism and then adds another force he calls "magnetism".
Magnetism was already named in electromagnetism and it's been established since Maxwell in 1890 that electromagnetism consists of 2 waves - electric and magnetic.

There has been no magnetic repulsion force found between galaxies. The magnetic field of the Earth put in terms of joules is only equal to the gravity of a 100 kilometer rock.

It's known you can expand Einstein's equation using binomial expansion, you get rest mass first then kinetic energy but not new forces?
It's all very made-up sounding.



posted on Feb, 19 2015 @ 12:02 AM
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Now I just watched Hangar 1 (a TV show featuring Mufon) and they did an episode that talked about Bob Lazar and Element 115. They mention that recently a swedish scientific team introduced element 115 and it has all the same properties that Lazar mentioned in the 90's. How about that! Maybe the fact that Lazar states we reversed engineered saucers may mean we figured out things with help from aliens. The head of Lockheed Skunkworks, also was quoted in the episode, from a statement close to his death, that we had saucers flying that were theirs and some ours. What a bombshell statement. But will we hear any follow up to his statement in the mainstream media? No, instead we hear of Kim Kardashian, and whatever flavor of the day news, but not something that could mean something significant to every man, woman, and child on this planet.

I just find it ironic that people are so skeptical of the possibility of extraterrestrial beings or extra dimensional beings, but people are damn sure they knew who was to blame for the Ferguson riots or some such distraction. Hilarious.
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posted on Jan, 15 2016 @ 11:34 AM
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Have not read the whole thread yet.
But o realised the OP's linkt to the last interview is not working anymore.

Here is a new link - hope this is the same interview?



On the whole prop discussions: i personally know two persons working in the field of making movie props.
They are geniuses - give them some plywood and the make it look like, concrete, corroborated metal, gold or anything. Same with silicone/latex/ballistic gel etc.

It's their job. So as long there is no proof, that a prop was built before the photo was taken, it does not mean anything.
Again: have not read the whole thread yet, will do now.




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