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originally posted by: LABTECH767
a reply to: Azureblue
Not sure how much stock I would put into project Camalot but it is a good read and anything to do with the breakaway civilization is but for what it is worth I do believe those giving testimony DO believe it and for the majority of them they are no liar's, my concern is planted memory's, government mind control technique's and other method's that could have masked true knowledge and replaced it with this outlandish sounding information, however if I am wrong then we are truly ruled by a criminal organization whom need to be brought down, sadly they have all the toy's as well.
youtu.be... (the full link let's them look at the other video's related to it rather than embedding it).
In think Kerry Cassidy is switched on the possiblity of planted memories and people just pushing their own ides as apposed to informed opinion and or knowledge. I'm a bit inclind to accept the basic line which is that humans have been off world and sub world for a long time.
Not sure what to make that of claims that various countries or groups of, are under the control of various off worlders.
I think Kerry puts what one says up against wat others say in here comments and analysis
Still here is an alternate thought by someone else.
originally posted by: Astyanax
a reply to: AnkhMorpork
That's not how it works.
Somebody reaches the end of their road here on Earth. Lost in the wilderness with no hope of rescue. Terminally down on their luck. No-one and nothing left in their lives worth going on for. Something like that. But still viable, rational and capable of performing some useful function.
Secretly, in a place far from prying eyes, someone makes them an offer. A new life on a new world. There's a price, of course. Use your imagination as to what it might be. It will be one the contactee is happy to pay. The makers of the offer will know that in advance, of course.
The deal is done. Another person vanishes for ever from the face of the earth.
The trip is always one-way. Don't believe the fabulists who claim to have been to the stars and returned. Strict contact protocols forbid any act that carries a risk of cultural contamination. Gone is always gone for good, and no-one here the wiser.
An apache brave, a lonely wise Himalayan widow, a young Crusader lost in the Libyan desert, a Kho!san mother who had just buried her only child, a Samurai kneeling in a paper room, musing over his bare sword: these, and others, now live and labour under foreign stars.
One day -- who knows -- you too may be invited to join them.
Sure if we had the technology it would be possible
I referenced the tv show because that's exactly what the OP was about sending people to another planet
I just brought it up because it was along the lines of what he/she was talking about.
I know that if we had the technology we'd likely have been there already.
What technological differences would we really need for long flight space travel that we didnt have in the 50's ?
radiation shielding ? better medicines ?
what real problems did we face in the 50's travelling to the moon thats any different from travelling to another planet
all the same problems are there !
if we can leave our own planet and goto the moon then its surely possible to go anywhere
it just takes longer right !
Ok closer to home, what was the real reason we didnt goto mars during the space race , was it due to not having the funds
or was it a scientific impossibility at the time ?
we didnt go because we didnt have the understanding , or we didnt go because it would have cost far too much and the public wouldnt have supported it during the cold war ?